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Cape May shelter fights tough stereotype dogging pit-bull breed

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Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 10:50 pm

One of the first things required to teach an adult pit bull is how to walk up a couple of stairs. "They're coming in at one to two years old, and they've never been inside a house," said Cape May County Animal Shelter Director Judith Davies. "A lot of people with pits, and I honestly cannot tell you why, just tie up their dog and leave them outside."

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