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    It was probably a good thing for my dog that I was paying attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voice View Post
    It went after my dog on her chain.

    I tried to chase it home. As soon as I figure out who owns the dog we will have a talk no police involved.
    Foot prints in the snow? Or now possibly a blood trail?
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    No Blood trail. One of my good neighbors came out to keep an Eye on him while I put my Dog inside and by time I got back outside he took off out the back.

    Don't worry I will be watching for him.
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    You have to be a moron to seriously believe this tripe.


    Dogs are a product of training environment. I personally have seen Cane corso's and dogo's be the most pathetic sucky baby dogs ever. And guess what? Those were bred to be human aggressive. Yet you aren't hear preaching about that.


    Pitbulls were never raised for human aggression, much to the opposite actually - after a round of bull/bear baiting or a fight , the handler needed to be able to treat their dog afterwards or break it up without getting chewed up in the process.


    You really should properly educated yourself on a subject before spewing off of that mouth about it..
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    Ya that's why they keep killing people because they are just cute cuddly teddy bears.
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    Pitbulls were originally bred as nanny dogs.
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    Dogs are a product of their environment as well as breeding. People pick and choose what breed to hate this month. Doberman Pincers, Rottweilers, Pitt Bulls, English Bulls, German Shepard's, they all had a turn. It oft time revolves around whatever the popular breed of the day happens to be. Because there is a glut of a particular breed they come up as an aggressive breed out of sheer numbers. The more passive breeds still bight, at times, maul, rarely if ever kill.
    Through breeding some animals will display aggressive behaviour but for an animal, regardless of breed to kill without provocation takes, in my mind, in breeding. When breeding for specific quality's an unscrupulous breeder will in breed to magnify a given quality. Most are aware of the flaws that are not only passed down this way but propagated and worsened. Then a dog has a improper mental response ending in a horrid death. The breed is held at fault when it ought be the breeder who is held suspect. The offending blood line eliminated, not the breed, just that, specific familial blood line. They have been micro managed and improperly bred.
    Just my thought after knowing a breeder or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Morris View Post
    Pitbulls were originally bred as nanny dogs.
    No they were not. I have already supplied a link to dispel that MYTH previously in this thread.
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    OK..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anapeg View Post
    Dogs are a product of their environment as well as breeding. People pick and choose what breed to hate this month. Doberman Pincers, Rottweilers, Pitt Bulls, English Bulls, German Shepard's, they all had a turn. It oft time revolves around whatever the popular breed of the day happens to be. Because there is a glut of a particular breed they come up as an aggressive breed out of sheer numbers. The more passive breeds still bight, at times, maul, rarely if ever kill.
    Through breeding some animals will display aggressive behaviour but for an animal, regardless of breed to kill without provocation takes, in my mind, in breeding. When breeding for specific quality's an unscrupulous breeder will in breed to magnify a given quality. Most are aware of the flaws that are not only passed down this way but propagated and worsened. Then a dog has a improper mental response ending in a horrid death. The breed is held at fault when it ought be the breeder who is held suspect. The offending blood line eliminated, not the breed, just that, specific familial blood line. They have been micro managed and improperly bred.
    Just my thought after knowing a breeder or two.
    For the Record I Concur with this Statement.

    But in my opinion this dog is prone to aggressive behavior and it is being magnified by the Wanna Be Bikers and their Pitties.
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    I know, I know a beagle killed someone last week it just didn't get reported because it wasn't sensational enough.

    http://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada...ton/ar-AAcKWNs
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    Sorry for going so far back but I just came across this tidbit.

    http://a.msn.com/0E/en-us/BBkjFD5?ocid=sf
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    My dog breed is not listed. I am good. Enter my backyard alone, see what happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    My dog breed is not listed. I am good. Enter my backyard alone, see what happens.
    It is how the dog was raised. In the hands of the wrong owner a poodle could be trained to main and kill.
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    He is raised good, but this breed is protective of it's family by nature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    He is raised good, but this breed is protective of it's family by nature.
    people have said that about me

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    Some humans kill or hurt people. SOME dogs kill and hurt people. Not all people and dogs are bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMHO View Post
    Some humans kill or hurt people. SOME dogs kill and hurt people. Not all people and dogs are bad.
    A point missed by a few people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    My dog breed is not listed. I am good. Enter my backyard alone, see what happens.

    I was born with opposing Thumbs I would have NO PROBLEM.
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