New Pit Bull Book Highlights Relationship Between Animal and Child Abuse

“Pit Bulls: Villains or Victims? Underscoring Actual Causes of Societal Violence” "Pit Bulls: Villains or Victims" raises serious questions about the wisdom behind demonizing dogs when the real threat is two-legged predators among us.
 
Jan. 19, 2011 - PRLog -- “This is not your mother’s dog book. In fact, it’s not really a dog book at all—at least not in the conventional sense,” explains first-time non-fiction author B. G. Boucher. As the book subtitle, "Underscoring Actual Causes of Societal Violence," implies, a chief component of this book focuses on identifying actual causes of societal violence. In particular, and perhaps most importantly, the book highlights the irrefutable parallels of child and animal abuse, the abuses that send continuous and destructive ripples throughout our communities and beyond.

From domestic violence and dog fighting to spree killers and serial murderers, "Pit Bulls: Villains or Victims" relates many a gory tale to both emphasize and validate the facts. However, there is good news, too: this book presents realistic solutions to remedy these long-fought social problems. Whether the issue is interpersonal violence or the disregard of community safety by irresponsible and substandard dog owners, this book does not passively sit on its haunches. Rather, the facts and analysis included within lends a helping hand to anyone looking to create safer communities.

Pit Bulls: Villains or Victims: Underscoring Actual Causes of Societal Violence is published by Puffs & Co. and is available as a paperback book through Happy Tails Books (http://www.happytailsbooks.com/buy/#boucher) —a new breed of books and gifts.

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Happy Tails Books™ publishes books that entertain pet lovers and raise awareness about pet adoption and animal welfare. A portion of proceeds from each sale is donated back to animal rescue groups.
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