While dog lovers and animal organizations have been operative tough to finish a tarnish surrounding array bulls, others unfortunately still use fear mongering to pull their inequitable agendas to anathema a breed.
One male hoped to go as distant as personification an anti-pit longhorn ad during this year’s Super Bowl game. Attorney Kenneth Phillips represents dog punch victims, even being called “a heading consultant in dog punch law,” though he takes it too distant with a “pit bulls are evil” tongue in a video he created.
“SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL THAT SAYS ‘DO NOT ADOPT A PIT BULL,'” he wrote in all caps above a video. “Share this to assistance uncover that array bulls are too dangerous to adopt!”
SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL THAT SAYS “DO NOT ADOPT A PIT BULL” – Share this to assistance uncover that array bulls are too dangerous to adopt! #DoNotAdopt, #DangerousDogs, #DogBiteLaw, #Dogs, #BSL, #BanTheBreed pic.twitter.com/ybNxkcI5M9
— Kenneth M. Phillips (@DogBiteLaw) Jan 19, 2018
Fortunately, his promotion won’t be airing during a large diversion due to a cost of a 30-second spot.
People who watched were discerning to indicate out a vivid fact Phillips declined to residence — there are dog owners, generally those who attend in bootleg fighting rings, who intentionally sight dogs to be aroused and aggressive.