“We don’t find the dogs we want;
The dogs we need find us”
“Once In A Lifetime” is a documentary film series exploring the human-canine bond through the lens of the ongoing controversial history surrounding pit bull dogs.
Dogs are widely consider (hu)man’s best friend. For thousands of years they have accompanied us while serving a number of purposes; Assisting in working roles such as hunting, livestock guarding and herding, as well as for general companionship.
But, since the 1980s, one type of dog has been at the center of political wars, declared a danger to the public if not appropriately regulated. They are said to be the most common dog found in dogfighting raids, and the primary villain singled-out in laws called breed specific legislation (BSL).
The dogs we are talking about are often simply called – pit bulls.
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