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Old 10-23-2007, 08:33 PM
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Colo spgs is so much better than Ft Collins its not even funny. there's just no comparison trust me
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Old 11-13-2007, 12:48 PM
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Let's please not turn this forum into another 'bash the pit-bull breed' forum. This forum is strictly about the pros and cons of Colorado Springs!
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Old 11-26-2007, 11:01 PM
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Default Helping decision to move to COS

You're right, Colorado Springs is much more scenic than Fort Collins (in my opinion). There is a new hosptial that is already open on the north east (Briargate Parkway) side of Colorado Springs and another due to open shortly also north east side (Powers and Woodman).

This is a pretty dog friendly town. I have German Shepards and have had my dogs all over the city with no problems. I live east of town on a small ranch, but I love the downtown area.

The average daytime temperature in winter is 45 degrees with the average summer daytime temperature at 82.3 degrees.

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Old 12-01-2007, 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by DainaDLR View Post
Wow, that it is a very uneducated and ignorant thing to say. My four year old daughter's social life is fine, but thanks for your concern. Our dog is part of the family and is no different than any other dog. She just happens to be classified unfairly. She comes form a very healthy and well tempered breed line, and you better believe I did my homework on the breed. Don't you ever try to question any parent's ability to make safety decisions when it comes to their children without any knowledge of who they are. Shame on you.
Can we say overly sensitive??

People worry about the breed of your dog because they're legendary for being violent. Sorry, that's just the way it is. Nothing against your pet personally, but they get their reputation for a reason. Classified unfairly? BS. Fine, your dog is nice. Plenty more out there that would just as much enjoy ripping your arm off as licking it. As for you being so ignorant to the obvious facts and reasons people are cautious of the breed...perhaps you're not as educated on them as you think. Shame on you.
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