Pit bulls were responsible for 61% of the fatal dog attacks on cats in 2013-2014.
More than 1 in 40 pit bulls killed or seriously injured another animal in 2013-2014
Pit bulls killed 93% of 10,583 livestock in the U.S. in 2013-2014.
Pit bull attacks on family pets leave owners traumatized for years.
Dog bites and related injuries accounted for more than one-third of 2014 insurance claims.
PIT BULL NUMBERS
Pit bulls represent only 4.5% of dogs in America, but killed 64.4% of 360 Americans who died as a result of a dog bite injury between 2005-2015, compared to Rottweilers at 11.4% and German Shepherds at 3.6%.
Pit bulls cause two-thirds of dog-bite related deaths.
Pit bulls are 5 to 8 times more likely to attack than other dogs.
Fewer than 25% of pit bull owners spay or neuter.
Six times more pit bulls are euthanized every year.
Taxpayers subsidize over $2 billion annually on U.S. shelters and euthanization.