New York’s first pit bull police dog breaks the stereotypes of his breed


Pit bulls are considered by many to be a defective breed.

This is mainly due to the cruel people who have used them in dog fights for years. There were many headlines in the newspapers about Pete Bulls attacking or killing young children, writing money-saving basics.

However, the truth is that these dogs can be as affectionate as any other breed. We just have to give them a chance to prove everyone wrong.

Fortunately, a female Pit Bull named Kiah does just that.

When he was spotted wandering the streets with a bloody head, authorities managed to track down his owner and accuse him of cruelty to animals.

It was then that Kiah became a resident of the Kirby Animal Shelter in Texas.

The staff there knew that the dog was too smart and friendly to leave it there, so they first tried to find a home for him forever, but in time they realized he could be a great police dog.

Kia soon joined the Universal K9 program, where she impressed everyone. He was very lively, sociable and easy to train.

Now that he has trained, Kia has become the first Pete Bull police dog in New York State. He now works as a rookie in the K9 Sniffer Dog Pagkipsi Police Department.

The manager of Kia, Officer Justin Bruzgul, says: “(If the dog has) his nose to use energy; he wants to please his manager; to do that job. It does not matter what breed it is.”

When she is not fighting criminals, Kia is fighting stereotypes about her race.

Kirby Animal Shelter wrote on Facebook: “We are so proud of our Kia. He raises the bar, proving that pit bulls can make our neighborhoods safer, not more dangerous…

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