Many people have the misconception that Pit Bulls are aggressive breeds. The majority of the blame for this lies with the heartless people throughout history who have engaged in dog fighting with them. There were also numerous headlines in the press about how Pit Bulls had killed little children by attacking them or mauling them to loss.

In spite of this, it’s important to remember that these dogs, like canines of any other breed, have the potential to be loving and outgoing companions. All that is required is the opportunity to demonstrate to everyone else that they are incorrect. Thankfully, there is a female Pit Bull that goes by the name of Kiah and is working hard to do precisely that.

The police were able to track down her owner and prosecute him with animal cruelty when they saw her walking around with a bloody head after they had found her wandering the streets. After then, Kiah became a resident of the Kirby Pet Sanctuary in Texas, which is located in the state of Texas.

The employees there were aware that the dog was much too sociable and clever to be abandoned there, which is why they first looked for a permanent home for her. Nevertheless, as time went on, they came to the conclusion that she would become an excellent police dog.

Almost immediately after that, Kiah enrolled in the Universal K9 program, where she immediately won everyone over. She had a lot of vitality, was easy to get along with, and was straightforward to instruct.

As a result of the training that she received, Kiah is now the very first Pit Bull to ever serve as a police canine in the state of New York. She is now employed by the Poughkeepsie Police Department as a Rookie K9 Sniffer Canine.

Officer Justin Bruzgul, Kiah’s trainer, says that it doesn’t matter what breed a dog is “(if the dog has) the energy to utilize her nose and desire to satisfy her handler and execute that working job.”

Kiah fights against prejudices that people have about her breed while she is not battling criminals.

On their Facebook page, the Kirby Animal Sanctuary said, “Very proud of our Kiah! She [is] setting a very high standard by demonstrating that pit bulls can contribute to the safety of our communities rather than making them more dangerous… Good to go Kiah!”.

By Anna

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