Pitt Bull Attack!

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  1. Midol

    Midol Well-Known Member

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    I love my dogs, but once separated and my dog is in no danger it is not necessary to kill another dog.


    Pretty good post. But things like food protection can be trained out of a dog. Regardless, if my dog was food protective and I managed to "train" it out of him then I still would not let anyone but me approach (as the alpha "dog") just in case.
     
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    Wow....I've never heard so my crap in my life!

    "Why does the breed matter? All breeds will bite or attack if raised by ****ty owners."
    I'll tell you why the breed matters. The simple fact is pit bulls were created to fight other dogs. Thats it! There are other breeds who were used in the same way but dog-human aggression was bred out of them by selective breeding. Pit bulls were the same till the red necks and gang members got hold of them. Thats why the genuine breeders have distanced themselves from the name pit bull and now call their even tempered dogs American Staffy's.

    "If it would of attacked my dog, it would be have been killed on the spot - no hesitation."

    Well done that man! My wife and son were walking our our dogs on lead, when my dogs were attacked by a pittyXmastif and some other cross thing. I went looking for the dogs myself as I was going to string them up. Didn't find them but found where they lived. I made sure they were dead within the week. Well done Darwin Council! Did it make me feel....whats the word......"Manly" I felt only happiness that those dogs would not attack anything ever again (it was the second attack by those dogs btw)

    How about this quote from Troy89
    "poor pitpull(if infact thats what it was) there are better ways of getting a dog off besides that!!!"
    Poor pit Bull....***.....F^*$ the pit bull. Well done to the woman!!!!!

    How about this one from notechistiger.
    "My main point is that animals don't attack for no reason, and it's up to us to learn these reasons for an agressive and or defensive dog. It's not the dog's fault if an owner fails to realise why it acted a certain way."

    14 years of working with dogs that are trained to attack people tells me that sometimes....there are just evil dogs.
     
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