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Pit Bulls Are So DANGEROUS!

Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by GNBRETT, Feb 12, 2021.

  1. GNBRETT

    GNBRETT Premium Member Premium Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    If I had a $1 for every time I heard that smh..... Actually its owners that are dangerous. Thought this was really heart warming.

     
  2. ZYBORG

    ZYBORG Let's roll.. Established Member

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    They can **** some shit up! But then again, they will be a product of the home they came out of and the responsibility (or lack thereof) its owner...

    Love mine... except when he acts like a bowling ball while treating everyone in the house like a bowling pin.

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  3. 03Sssnake

    03Sssnake TK-421 Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    Shit is going to make me cry. I love mine so much!
     
  4. F8l Vnm

    F8l Vnm Well-Known Member Established Member

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    It’s all fun and games until someone mauled.
     
  5. KilledbyKenne

    KilledbyKenne Well-Known Member Established Member

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    My favorite thing regarding this type of dog is the owners that posture with their dog acting like people should be careful with them because their dog will mess them up but then they will turn around another day talking about how their dog is such a lover and could never perpetuate the negative stereotype.

    Get tf outta here.
     
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    598 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Sounds like pit bulls and women are about the same. Just depends if its wedding day or divorce day.
     
  7. ZYBORG

    ZYBORG Let's roll.. Established Member

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    One of my “favorite” things about this dog is the morons that posture their side of the argument as if these are the only dog with the capability and drive to mess someone up.

    Get the **** out of here! Lol
     
  8. Black Gold 380R

    Black Gold 380R Multiple SVT Collector Established Member

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    I have a rot iron door about 4 feet from my front door. I opened my front door one day and there were 2 huge pitbulls sitting in front of my rot iron door.

    Scared the s#!t out of me. I was trying to run them off, but they were just chilling in front of my house.

    I then let them smell my hand and they started wagging their tails and letting me pet them.

    They turned out to be some of the friendliest dogs I've ever encountered. They had collars but not tags. I gave them some water and they left. Guess they went home after strolling through the neighborhood lol.

    My brother had a pitbull. That thing was pure muscle and very friendly.

    Now my dad..... He was walking his dog and 2 pitbulls got out of their yard and ran up to my dad's house and started attacking his dog. He had no choice but to put them down.

    So, I've seen both sides of their nature. More good than bad though.

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  9. ZYBORG

    ZYBORG Let's roll.. Established Member

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    It’s like everything... there are good humans, there are shitty ones, there are good German Shepherds and bad ones, same for Doberman, Rottweiler, any big dog really....

    unfortunately, pits carry the stigma because a bunch of different dogs get lumped as “pitbull”.... and a ton of dirtbags happen to like the breed since they are so resilient to pain...

    the dog (like most other big prey dogs) is what you (owner) make of him.... although I will say that every once in a while there are some dogs with a few screws loose...
     
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    Badass_Forever Well-Known Member Established Member

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    All dogs are dangerous if you're not the pack leader.
     
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    So many pit apologists. OP seems to have a chip on his shoulder about it. Reminds me of people making excuses for other types people in society, despite statistics galore.
     
  12. Sinister04L

    Sinister04L RIP Kane Established Member

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    She's just a cuddle monster.

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    gimmie11s Don’t be an idiot Established Member

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  14. GNBRETT

    GNBRETT Premium Member Premium Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    Just for record so more misinformation isn't spread about this breed the dog that bites the most people in this country is a Chihuahua......:rolleyes:

     
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    Refer to post #14 for ur ignorance.

     
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    Heart warming video. So sad that a dog can get treated and neglected like that. Kudos to that woman for taking the dog in and giving it a life it deserves.
     
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    What a heart-warming dog-rescue video. I loved the moment they shared at 2:46.
     
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    A few years ago, a beautiful brown red-nosed pit bull showed up at my front door. He didn’t have a collar. I think he was dropped off. He was scared and hungry so I took him in and fed him. I kept him for a few months until I found him a good home. He had intimidating looks, but was the sweetest dog I’ve ever met however he didn’t like other dogs. One day we were sitting on my front porch when my asshole neighbor was walking his small p.o.s designer dog. His dog decides to take a shit on my front lawn. Pit bull didn’t like it and decided he wanted to eat his dog. I had to restrain him. These dogs are strong as hell. The look of my neighbor’s pale face was gold. I apologized and then laughed as he walked away with soiled shorts. Man, I should’ve kept that dog.
     
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    Just showed my wife this video. She was moved as much as I was.
     
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    My wife wanted to bring home a rescue dog from a local shelter. This one came up to WI from down south somewhere. Turns out it was a Pitbull Pointer cross that was used as a bait dog. This little thing has issues, but after two years in our house it's a pretty decent dog. Still has plenty of fear issues and needs careful control, but it's slowly chilling out.

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