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Breed-specific legislation (BSL) is a law that bans OR restricts certain types of dogs based on their appearance, usually because they are perceived as “dangerous” breeds or types of dogs.

There is no evidence that these laws make communities safer. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted a thorough study and have strongly opposed these laws.
 DOGS AND OWNERS. If you live in a city that has these laws in place, rather than give up their dogs, owners will keep their beloved pets and try to go under the radar. This means keeping dogs indoors and not socializing, avoiding licensing, microchipping and proper and essential veterinary care.
And if you are a responsible owner with a well socialized dog that happens to fall within this regulated breed, you could face housing issues, incur legal fees or even worse - they can take your dog away.
By purchasing a Dawg Grillz End BSL Medal, you are showing your support to end BSL. Our tags come in two stylish colors - blue and pink. We donate an unprecedented 50% of the profits to charitable organizations involved in the fight against BSL.
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BSL Does Not Prevent Dog Bites Or Improve Public Safety
Aurora, Colorado noticed an increase in 77 percent after they put this law into effect! But Aurora, Colorado is not alone in this statistic. In fact many cities have noticed no change. For example, according to the Associated Press, the Dutch Government lifted a 25 year old ban because it did not lead to a decrease in bites. These statistics go on and on.
BSL is Costly
John Dunham and Associates in New York conducted a study showing that it would cost governmental entities more than $450 million to enforce a nationwide ban on pit bulls. This includes the costs of enforcement, kenneling, veterinary care, euthanasia and disposal, litigation and DNA testing.

If we take a city like New York, according to the study, there are an estimated 1,532,100 dogs in the city, of which 106,460 are pit bull-type dogs. A pit bull ban would cost New York City taxpayers a total of $12,895,950 annually, which includes $7,063,560 for enforcement, $2,446,590 for kenneling and veterinary care, $2,245,570 for euthanizing and disposal, $191,590 for litigation costs and $948,640 for DNA testing.

BSL Punishes Responsible Dog Owners
BSL laws create a false sense of security. Instead of going after irresponsible owners, these laws go after dogs of a certain "look," regardless of how well your pup is behaved.
If you are a responsible owner and live in a city with these laws you could face housing issues, legal fees and even worse - the removal of your pet from that city.
It's just not right.
Are Pit Bulls Vicious?
The American Temperament Test Society ran a study on 804 pitbulls. 86.4% had good temperaments. And here is how other breeds tested: Golden Retriever 84.9%; Beagle 80.6%; Chihuaha 71.1%; Cocker Spaniel 81.9%; Lhasa Apso 70.4%; Shih Tzu 78%; Labrador Retriever 92.4%; Yorkshire Terrier 82.5%.

These numbers show that the Pit Bull actually had better temperaments than all the other breeds, except for the Labrador Retriever!
I Don't Own A Pitbull, So I'm OK, right?
BSL laws are aimed at the "pit bull" class of dogs. These include the American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers and English Bull Terriers. However, some areas also include other dogs like American Bulldogs, Rottweilers, Mastiffs, Dalmatians, Chow Chows, German Shepherds, Doberman Pinschers or any mix of these breeds.

And remember, if your dog simply "looks" like one of these dogs, then you are affected.
How Much Goes to Charity?
We donate 50% of the profits to charity. We work with rescues and shelters who help these defenseless pup. We have donated $5,000 to the Fresno Bully Rescue, are in the process of donating $2,000 to the Staffy and Bully Breed Rescue and we continue to find more organizations needing our help and those of our extremely kind supporters.
Is It Just Pitbull Owners Trying To Get Rid Of This Legislation?
No. Every single national organization with expertise in dog behavior is in support of getting rid of breed bans. From the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the National Animal Control Association (NACA), American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT), the American Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), and the American Bar Association all agree that laws targeting breeds are ineffective.
"Thank you Dawg Grillz for all that you do. We never leave home without our End BSL tags!"
-Jessica H.
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