Pitbull Super Bowl Commercial Never Airs

Posted on February 27, 2018 by


In the 70’s, they blamed the Dobermans. In the 80’s, they blamed the German Shepards. In the 90’s, they blamed the Rottweilers. Now they blame the Pit Bull. When will they blame the Human?” Dog Behaviorist Cesar Millan said.

In recent times, there have been many groups aiming to eradicate the Pitbull breed. These groups generalize a few cases of unfortunate events and blame the entire breed.

If pit bulls are not to be banned altogether, the breed certainly must be restricted as to who may own it, where it may live, and how it is to be confined and restrained, whether on public or private property,” The Dog Bite Law Organization said.

However, on attorney Kenneth M. Phillips’ blog, he generalizes that all pitbulls are “vicious” and “high risk” based on “statistics.” However, this is not the case.

In 2005, at a local animal hospital in Charlotte, NC, a bite report had to be filed when a technician reached into an unconscious dog’s mouth to find a source of bleeding. The very ill and sedated dog went into convulsions as a seizure came on, and the technician’s skin was broken on her hand when the dog began to seize. You won’t find these details on the bite report from 2005, but you will find that a ‘bite’ occurred by a Pit Bull.”  

A commercial created by Kenneth M. Phillips that supports the banning of pitbulls and promotion for not adopting them was planned to air during the Super Bowl; however, not enough money was raised to have the biased commercial air. Many of the commercial’s  “facts” are based on exaggerated statistics.

The pitbull breed is actually a category that different dogs are put into based on their physical characteristics.

“I support the pitbull breed. However, I think that proper training prior to adoption should be enforced,” junior Kylee Paules said.

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