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Old 07-21-2012, 01:35 AM
 
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Simply put the social and economic state of affairs is not in control, disordered, self centered in all leadership, role model, T Woods a perfect example, and producing an unstable unorthodox-ed human being for it.....you can see it everywhere...those celebrity roasts for example...I want to start a thread and roast that very rude hosts dinkel-hymer brains this summer....
thus....dogs are a bad idea in general because the dog doesn't fall far from the tree. So this breed while many owners are prob great guys and gals is a bad idea for everyone...thats what matters and pitbull lovers should get up to bat like everyone else on progress ....comply and show interest in unity, in order for the havoc to get the focus and attention it needs....dogs and their biscuits in general is by no means a front and center deal...Unless they can be trained for something useful..I'm open for creative suggestions....those clips earlier were interesting , on the right page but not a full impact due to very isolated and possibly exaggerated situations

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Old 07-21-2012, 07:20 AM
 
Location: in a cabin overlooking the mountains
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Well, its not my fault these dogs have such a bad rep. I can see owning one on a farm but theres just no way with toddlers and seniors in the neighborhood this dog is a go to pet. Common sense is common sense. They are nice with the owner and only perhaps nice with the public, even with introductions. That will never work...esp with the addictive chemical released every time they get angry....
What complete and total nonsense. Where do you even get this stuff?

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I appreciate your comments and understand your position. In the meantime, there exists a strong correlation between vicious dog attacks and pit bulls - much more so than any other dog breed for whatever reason.
Proof please.

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For every pit bull attack, (if it's actually a real pit bull and not what the idiotic media thinks is a pitbull), I'll bet you a large chunk of money that there are NO LESS than 10,000 GOOD pit bull stories...we just don't get to hear those..not "sensationalist" enough. F-en media pisses me OFF!
Yes and here is a good one:
Neville the pit bull to retire from job as bomb sniffer for WSP | KING5.com Seattle
Ironic that a dog that the moronic province of Ontario wanted to kill because of its appearance went on to save countless lives in the US.
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:49 PM
 
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Ban and eliminate all dogs!

There done.

Now, no one fells singled out.
Now dog owners do!!
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:50 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles County, CA
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Should we ban people?
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:04 PM
 
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People either love this dog or are afraid of him. When their afraid of him he doesn't understand, he gets.......

He does know if you like dogs or not, he enjoys testing people.
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:20 PM
 
Location: Wonderland
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One HUMAN just killed more people than all "pit bull" attacks combined for the past 5 years! And I put "pit bull" in quotations because this statement is based on nothing more than MEDIA reports - and the media knows all they have to do is say the words "pit bull" to get everyone's attention, just like the words "German Shepherd" or "Rotweiller" got everyone's attention a few years ago.

By the way, what about all those dangerous German shepherds and rotweillers that everyone was so down on a few years ago? Was their aggression suddenly bred out of them? Did they all simultaneously go through some genetic transformation and become less dangerous?

Or maybe...just maybe...their aggression was EXXAGERATED by the media. Now they're not the headline grabbers - they've been dethroned by pit bulls...for now.

Whaddya think?
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:31 PM
 
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People either love this dog or are afraid of him. When their afraid of him he doesn't understand, he gets.......

He does know if you like dogs or not, he enjoys testing people.

hey guess what....what right does a dog have to test people including toddlers and seniors ? and whats the deal if hes not pleased?



( a possible example of violent undertones in a dog-owner relationship and society)
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Old 07-21-2012, 09:29 PM
 
Location: Northern CA
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Don't look at this stargazer, you'll have a panic attack.


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Old 07-21-2012, 10:21 PM
 
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hey guess what....what right does a dog have to test people including toddlers and seniors ? and whats the deal if hes not pleased?



( a possible example of violent undertones in a dog-owner relationship and society)
He will test people's strangers when in the yard, if he feels someone is a threat he keeps them in their car until we get outside, if he knows someone has been here and we've okayed them no problem. We've even had people who just are not afraid of dog's try to approach him, when it's not your yard not a good thing to enter property that's not yours. When out in public he doesn't do this.

This dog wouldn't touch a child, he loves kids they can crawl all over him, we limit what children are allowed some don't play nice. So far old people like his looks, we haven't had many complaints other than his scary face.

He never gets to think he's the Alpha my son is............and he's learned when I'm with him I'm the Alpha, it's called training.

Violent undertones
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Old 07-21-2012, 10:23 PM
 
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Don't look at this stargazer, you'll have a panic attack.


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Guess this pup is testing the toddler as to who can sleep the longest!!
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