Misunderstood Nanny Dogs? New Book by J. Thomas Beasley Exposes Pit Bull Myths and Misconceptions!

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Every year in the U.S., hundreds of people, often children, are seriously injured and dozens are killed in dog attacks, and pit bulls are always named as the primary culprit. The new book Misunderstood Nanny Dogs is a heart-wrenching expose’ and attempt to address the growing concern of violent dog attacks and a call to action to stop spreading lies and myths about these dogs.

"Misunderstood Nanny Dogs? A Critical and Objective Analysis of the Facts and Myths Concerning Pit Bulls" explores questions about dangerous dogs and horrific maulings by challenging myths and misconceptions and proposing honest education and legislation. J. Thomas Beasley has a B.A. in Political Science and Public Administration, as well as a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Loyola University. As a professional attorney, he has written hundreds of winning legal briefs and has argued for legislative change and civil rights almost exclusively on behalf of economically disadvantaged clients. In his new book, “Misunderstand Nanny Dogs?”, Beasley turns his sights on the problem of violent and deadly dog attacks that are reported in the news on almost a daily basis, most often implicating pit bulls as the culprits. These attacks have prompted municipalities to consider stricter regulations, and even outright bans on pit bull ownership. There is a very strident opposition to “Breed Specific Legislation” by several animal rights groups and activists, who argue that pit bulls are no more dangerous than any other dogs, and should not be singled out or treated different. Are they right? Are pit bulls just misunderstood?

This book examines these questions and takes a look at the facts and myths surrounding pit bulls. Using his well-honed research skills, J. Thomas Beasley examines the history of these dogs and suggests some common-sense solutions. While the debate over pit bulls and other dangerous dogs has proven to be extremely polarizing, this book is directed at both sides, encouraging fact-based analysis and real-world policies designed to help victims, pet owners, and even the dogs themselves. Regardless of which side of the argument you fall, you are sure to get something out of Misunderstood Nanny Dogs?

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About the Author
Jesse Thomas Beasley was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia but moved to New Orleans in 2001 to pursue a law degree from Loyola University. Jesse is now a permanent resident of New Orleans with his wife and 3 children, and has a small private law practice, focusing on public interest advocacy for economically challenged clients.

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