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A trainer of Pitbulls has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture for its continued discrimination against Pitbull puppies.
The suit was filed Thursday in the U-District Court for the District of Columbia.
It names the Department of the Interior and the U,S.
Fish and Wildlife Service.
Pitbulls were first registered in the early 1970s.
In 2003, the first dog, Pitbull, was removed from the United States’ endangered species list, making it illegal to keep them in the United State.
In 2008, the government changed the rules to allow them to be kept in the country and the breeding program was shut down.
However, in 2013, the program reopened.
Pits are the fastest-growing breed in the world, and there are currently more than 6,000 Pitbull breeds in the wild.
They are often used to train new dogs and are popular with people who like their calm temperament.
In their lawsuit, the trainer claims that the USDA has discriminated against Pit Bulls because of their breed and because the breed is associated with Pitbull-fighting, which they say is illegal.
“This lawsuit seeks to end the illegal breeding and training of Pit Bulls, which is an egregious violation of the constitutional rights of breeders and the rights of American taxpayers,” the trainer said in the complaint.
The USDA did not immediately respond to a request for comment.