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A groundbreaking study from Canada claims to show that the incidence of hospitalizations from dog bites has decreased after Pit Bull-banning legislation was introduced:

The University of Manitoba-affiliated authors analyzed two decades of data before and after pioneering dog legislation in their province. They caution that the results do not prove a cause-and-effect relationship, but do point to a significant link between the laws and bite-related hospitalizations.

“I was surprised at the result at first myself,” said Dr. Malathi Raghavan, an epidemiologist at the university and the lead researcher. “It leaves me with a positive impression [of the laws]. There’s something in it.”

What the study doesn’t tell you is that the numbers of dog attacks were already falling before the Pit Bull bans were introduced. The photo in the article (See the picture above) demonstrates the problem – the dog is the photo is not actually a…

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