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Why is National Pit Bull Day celebrated?

On the last Saturday of October, falling on 23 October on this year of 2021 for the people those who think it is only for retrievers and labs of the world that are the cutest and the sweetest, National Pitbull Awareness day is also for you guys. This day is for them, the people who believe American pitbull terriers are menacing, dangerous animals. This day is also for that person who hasn’t taken the time to learn the facts that pitbulls love and caring pets. A day we celebrate how loving, kind and compassionate these dogs truly are and finally to put a full stop to those terrible misconceptions.

The Past

National pitbull awareness day was created in the year of 2007 to help as well as to raise awareness on the truth of the pitbulls. These four legged friends were considered “Nanny Dogs” for near 100 years because of their loyalty, docile and loving nature. Most probably the parents would often leave their baby while they ran to the store.

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Over the centuries, unfortunately they are known as ferocious, malicious and dangerous beasts. We people had already painted an image that is far away from the truth and are based on the actions of maligned humans, not the animals themselves.

The reason why we love national pitbull day:

  1. A day to start the interaction about the animals whom the love dearly by sharing the figures and the facts that they don’t know about.
  2. The campaigns and events held on this day have had great success. Currently it has been running for over 10 years.
  3. By providing quality education and advocacy to the people. These events expects to the save the countless lives of these innocent pitbulls by negating the fear and bias spread by the media.

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