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Who knew bull terriers could be so fabulous? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They beat him with bats and set a pit bull terrier on him. The Sun (2008)Particularly when it comes to the pit bull terrier who is faced with death after his heartless owner abandons him. The Sun (2014)She didn't stand a chance against the pit bull terrier. The Sun (2014)One bite from a Staffordshire bull terrier cross just missed her eye. The Sun (2008)Hundreds of American pit bull terriers were forced to tear each other to pieces as cruel punters took bets on the winner. The Sun (2011)What if you can't open the bottle of sleeping pills or provoke a pit bull terrier so badly that it bites your head off? The Sun (2012)The act made it illegal to own breeds such as the pit bull terrier, and targeted owners of any dog dangerously out of control. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Go on Twitter and you will see that huge numbers of homeless dogs are Staffordshire bull terriers. The Sun (2014)The dog, an oversized bull terrier, was powerful and aggressive and most of the inhabitants of the parsonage were terrified of him. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A Sun investigation has discovered there are thousands of American pit bull terriers on our streets. The Sun (2014)But I would like to stick up for Staffordshire bull terriers. The Sun (2012)The home took in 91 pit bull terriers last year, which it said confirmed that underground breeding and sale of banned dogs was continuing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A TINY family dog had its head ripped off by a raging bull terrier. The Sun (2013)A SCHOOLBOY savaged by a pit bull terrier managed to escape by leaping on to the bonnet of a passing car. The Sun (2007)
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