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Well, in short, since I only have one hand to type w/at the moment, bully breeds do tend to be more animal aggressive in general, because they were originally created and bred to fight bears, boars, bulls, and themselves. I've never heard that certain breeds are more inherently likely to show human aggression (when brought up in an ideal environment as opposed to an abusive one, and with no training FOR aggression), though.
 

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What does BSL stand for?
Breed Specific Legislation, or, in other words, banning the ownership of certain breeds of dogs within certain city or county limits. Basically, the government dictating what breed(s) of dog(s) we can and cannot own if we choose to live in certain areas. Right now the most common breeds that are banned are pit bulls, rottweilers, and similar type dogs, but chows, akitas, and german shepherds are also on the list in some places.
 
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