It is my personal belief. I've seen it many times. I don't mind you disagreeing. However there are plenty of facts and video accounts that support my beliefs. I believe the same goes with any powerful game breed....however the over population of pitbull breeds has increased the risk, and I believe is the reason it happens more with pitbull breeds. Also note it is very rare you here reports that "American Pitbull Terriers" mauled, but rather just the term pitbull.I'm going to have to disagree ptw! No way pit bulls have mauled more than others most stories aren't even accurate in the breed description. The CDC does not even breakdown dog bites into breeds because accounts are so unreliable.
You've obviously never been attacked by a pitbull. A starnge pit that wants to attack isnt as easy to "drop" as you think I've seen APBT's pull thousands of pounds, so to say they are not that strong is false. Mix in other pit breeds and you're talking about dogs that are over 90lbs and that are even stronger.I would also have to disagree, and there are several more breeds that can and do maul way more than pits. Any large or medium sized breed dog can do the same damage to a person that a pit can. They are commonly mistaken for dogs with super strength or super abilities. There are many stronger breeds out their just due to size alone. I can dropped a pit in under a minute and I am a girl so they are not that strong. They choke and can be taken out like any other dog. Bullets don't bounce off them. A mastiff on the other hand I wouldn't mess with or a a Rott. Pits pure and mix have drive, determination, and DA not massive mauling instincts. Labs for example are in a large majority of maulings every year due to the fact that they are over populated and byb with just bout everything.