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Pit Bulls Are So DANGEROUS!

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

  1. fearthesnake

    fearthesnake Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Did your neighbor pick up his dog's crap in your yard? If not, would have been a good time to unleash FURY on him - lol.
     
  2. Captain Beyond

    Captain Beyond Well-Known Member Established Member

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    No, he was scared of pit bull more than his little dog was. Neighbor actually pee’d himself. The thought did cross my mind about unleashing fury though...lol
     
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  3. rwleonard

    rwleonard Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Who cares? Most people bitten by Chihuahuas don't even know it. They're like COVID-19 that way. The thing with Pit Bulls and other such breeds, is not that they are more likely to break bad, rather the severity of the consequences if they do.
     
  4. rcknrol

    rcknrol Active Member Established Member

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    They are great dogs, until they aren't.
     
  5. ZYBORG

    ZYBORG Let's roll.. Established Member

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    Sounds like responsible ownership. Feel free to post some pics!
     
  6. kirks5oh

    kirks5oh kirks5oh Established Member

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    99% of dog breeds + good owner= amazing dog

    99% of dog breeds + bad owner= imperfect dog (maybe it’s “nippy”, maybe barks too much, maybe overprotective, maybe skittish, but it’s not deadly)

    pitbull + good owner = amazing dog

    pitbull + bad owner = potentially deadly dog

    there are plenty of bad owners of every breed of dog, but never are the stakes higher than they are with a pitbull. Am I wrong?
     
  7. GT500_012308

    GT500_012308 Active Member Premium Member Established Member

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    F*****G HATE that!!!!!

    As you can see mine is a total murderer his typical position is in a bed or couch and princess has to be covered when he’s cold.

    He is part of our family has traveled to more states than most people have. Hate their reputation makes me sick!




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  8. rwleonard

    rwleonard Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Stats re: fatal dog attacks by breed for the period 2015 to 2017 as compiled by The Canine Journal.
     
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  9. Corbic

    Corbic Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Technically an American Bulldog with a hint of lab, but everyone thinks he's a murder dog.
     
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    GT500_012308 Active Member Premium Member Established Member

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    what is your stat representing?
     
  11. rwleonard

    rwleonard Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Oops. Clipped that off. Fatal dog attacks by breed. Added to the other post. Thanks.
     
  12. Corbic

    Corbic Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    And what? "put bull" isn't a brewed but slang for a group of breeds. Pit Bulls also make up +40% of all dogs in America, 60%+ of all dogs in shelters and 99% of all dogs used in illegal dog fighting.


    I'd like to see the race, criminal record and economic status of any dog owner involved ins a fatal dog attack.

    I bet it will be shockingly not shocking.
     
  13. Red Turtle

    Red Turtle ALWAYS WATCHING Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Our friends have us watch theirs when out of town and he is just a lover.

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  14. _Snake_

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    IMHO, yes. Plenty of other breeds (and mutts) are at least as dangerous and susceptible to bite.
     
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  15. Corbic

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    Define "bad owner".

    Short of being an abusive piece of human shit that belongs in jail, there is no way a pit bull is killing a person.

    You have to actively make a dog aggressive.
     
  16. Sinister04L

    Sinister04L RIP Kane Established Member

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    For the most part, but a bad owner making a GSD, Rottweiler, Doberman, etc aggressive will be deadly as well.

    Where are the Staffordshire Terrier's and all of the other "Bully" breeds? Anything that looks like a Pitbull (technically an American Pit Bull Terrier that isn't even recognized by the AKC) gets lumped in as a "Pitbull" but in reality can be one of several different breeds.
     
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    Here’s my AmStaff aka murder dog... he likes to chill and watch tv when he’s not out murdering children.

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  18. rwleonard

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    Does it really matter, since it's all about the owners, anyway? I don't discount that factor, BTW. The sort of bad owners relevant to his thread tend not to acquire tea cup poodles.

    As I alluded to earlier, I don't think pits are more likely to attack a person, they are just better at it if they do.

    I have been around plenty of pits, during the service of search warrants, which were big cuddly babies once somebody was actually nice to them. This was often under pretty awful conditions, and the dogs were still good doggies despite their owners.

    I have had dobbies before, back when they were the incarnation of evil, so I get the defensiveness. But to not recognize the lethal potential of one's dog is just emotional silliness.
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  19. Sinister04L

    Sinister04L RIP Kane Established Member

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    I recognize the lethal potential of my dog. Just like I recognize the lethal potential of my guns (prior to the unfortunate boating accident), and the lethal potential of my cars. I mitigate those risks. The #1 way to do that with the dog is to be a responsible, loving owner.
     
  20. Relaxed Chaos

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    Some pics of my bait boy from a dog rescue group. The larger yellow one is our runaway miss that we picked up from the pound. Bait boy was chained to a pole while he got bit on by the fighters. He has some skin cancer going on, some battle scars, a botched neuter job, and his number shit tattooed next to his junk.

    He came to us pretty much a mess. He still has plenty of fear of stuff and has little idea how to interact with humans, but has calmed a lot since we've had him and have been working with him. IMG_20201104_102834_01.jpeg IMG_20200815_203923.jpeg IMG_20190517_110245_01.jpeg

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