Posts Tagged “statistics”

Thank You Comment :: Colleen Lynn

by colleen lynn.

Keep up the great work Colleen Lynn. As a scientist I’m constantly amazed by the wanton disregard for basic statistics that advocates of this breed buy into. Yes, statistics can be skewed if someone cared to one way or the other, but the numbers year-over-year of fatal dog attacks are undeniable. There is just no way to P-test your way out of that one. I’m also amazed at the utter sociopathic nature of pit advocacy as a whole, just such an appallingly self-centered attitude in their groupthink. Thank you for putting together such a large volume of statistical, cited, evidence. Your and Merritt’s research shines a light on the glaring lack of concern of the CDC as well as the medical profession in general. – Molly Thewad

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Thank You Letter :: DogsBite.org

by colleen lynn.

Dear DogsBite.org,
I am thrilled to see a website that offers clear statistics on how dangerous these dogs really are. My family and I have had nothing but trouble with pit bulls throughout our lives. I have had family members terrorized and chased by pit bulls while riding bikes or jogging. One of our horses was bitten in the face by a pit bull several years ago. Worst of all, our neighbor’s rescued fighting pit bull mauled and killed our cat last year. I already knew it was a bad dog because it had previously growled at me when I tried to pet it. When it killed my beloved cat, it only provided further evidence that these vicious, deranged dogs should be banned. They are a threat to people and their pets everywhere. Thank you for all of your information and resources. – A.W., Georgia

More thank you letters to DogsBite.org and founder Colleen Lynn.

Thank You Letter :: DogsBite.org

by colleen lynn.

A gigantic thank you to Colleen Lynn and all who work on www.dogsbite.org! Without you, all of us victims of pit bulls and other dangerous dog attacks would have nothing to fall back on. We wouldn’t know where to turn.
After the pit bull attacked my dog, I searched online for information to make sense of the attack. Your website gave me everything I needed: documented facts and statistics, other attack victims’ stories, resources for dog bite victims, and a community of people who understand the trauma of such an attack.
Since then, I’ve been able to educate others by sending them to your website. I can’t say thank you enough times for your valuable ongoing work. – Sally, Washington

More thank you letters to DogsBite.org and founder Colleen Lynn.