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  • Makes white trash and thugs so easy to identify, good for them!
  • i know people with perfectly behaved pit bulls.

    they're not punk ass motherfarkers who get dogs to look tough, so the dogs are treated well and thus well behaved
  • bob_ross: Makes white trash and thugs so easy to identify, good for them!


    Oh shush. Pit bulls are perfectly normal pets.
  • FishyFred: bob_ross: Makes white trash and thugs so easy to identify, good for them!

    Oh shush. Pit bulls are perfectly normal pets.


    I was talking about the owners.
  • FishyFred: bob_ross: Makes white trash and thugs so easy to identify, good for them!

    Oh shush. Pit bulls are perfectly normal pets.


    Right. That's why these shelter pits need special training to make them "more adoptable." Meaning they won't tear your face off until you get them home.
  • I hate pit bulls.

    A pack of three attacked my lazy, harmless, tabby cat.

    I managed to break up the fight within a few seconds, but the cat suffered several lacerations and broken bones. She did not deserve that.

    I got her stitched up and she's fine now. It was unexpected. She's a homebody who rarely wants out.

    I keep a 12 gauge handy now. If there's another attack, I won't be running the dogs off.
  • Anyone who wants to write off pit bulls as a bad breed as a whole probably doesn't have a lot of experience with the breed.

    The only pits that I've met that were vicious were raised for fighting, and if it weren't for the owner's friends being at the house I would have socked him in his face in no time flat. I still to this day wish I could lay him out.

    Every other Pibble I've met has been an adorable mushball. Same with Rottweilers.
  • My friend has two pitbulls, and one time, I had to ride in the back seat of her truck with one of the monsters. And do you know what the evil face eating creature did? It laid down, put its head on my lap, and took a nap!!!! A freaking nap I tell you! I was terrified for my life. At any moment the foul beast of hell could have sat up and possibly licked my face! Hell, it might have even stuck its nose at the window to breath in the air. The horror. The horror.
  • Hey now! Properly trained and socialized pit bulls are great dogs.

    Also, half the dogs you think are pit bulls aren't.

    / dogs are better people than people
  • Some breeds are just more aggressive, stronger, and more likely to attack than others.

    That's not an indictment of the breed. There are many members of the breed that are perfectly peaceful and unlikely to hurt a fly. Some of them are my best friends.
  • L.D. Ablo: I got her stitched up and she's fine now. It was unexpected. She's a homebody who rarely wants out.

    I keep a 12 gauge handy now. If there's another attack, I won't be running the dogs off.


    You're going to shoot a 12 gauge in the direction of your cat?
  • Most "pitbulls" are not 100% pitbull in the first place
  • I have a British bulldog/Pit bull cross we got from a rescue centre, she was bred to fight however disappointed the breeder by severely licking everyone and everything, she is a squat 6 stone dog who could tear your face off if she wanted but prefers to high five you and look embarrassed when caught eating her brothers food.
  • drjekel_mrhyde: Most "pitbulls" are not 100% pitbull in the first place


    NTTAWWT
  • The 2nd amendment guarantees my right to own an assault dog.

    /Unfortunately what I got was a heavy floor rug that eats expensive food, snores louder than me, and only barks at birds...
    /If you want a dog that attacks people, get a chow chow.
  • Try telling my homeowner's insurance or HOA. Both have specific clauses dealing with "vicious breeds." My freakin' Siamese is more evil than 90% of every animal on Earth. Even when warned, fools put their hands near his mouth because "he's so beautiful, he wouldn't hurt a fly." He gets a pass, while the butt-wigglin', eager to please, would take a bullet for my kid dog is a menace and needs to be banned from decent society.

    Love my cat, but I want a dog, dammit.
  • BarkingUnicorn: FishyFred: bob_ross: Makes white trash and thugs so easy to identify, good for them!

    Oh shush. Pit bulls are perfectly normal pets.

    Right. That's why these shelter pits need special training to make them "more adoptable." Meaning they won't tear your face off until you get them home.


    First off, there's no such breed as "pit bull" It's one of several breeds of bull dog. Second, the special training is there because most "pit bulls" are bought by small dicked farktards like Michael Vick who treat them horrifically and train them to be mean. When a person is abused for years and then lashes out, they're also sent to a shelter with specialty staff. Does that mean all people are inherently as violent as the outliers?
  • We have a pit mix rescue. He is a mushball that suffers from separation anxiety.
    /pic of said mushball in profile
  • There are two sorts of dogs I'd like to have, Corgis and Australian Blues. But only in pairs or trios, and if I had a yard.

    I briefly had a dog when I was a child, but I don't remember much of it because we moved to an apartment when my parents walked out of a house in the mid 80's and moved for work. By the time we had a backyard again my dad was being treated for his skin problems stemming from allergies that included dog.

    My apartment complex is full of pit bull owners. And the only complaint I have about the upstairs pit bull is that it walks heavy.
  • Once, a pitbull stole my identity and used it to get financing for a full set of Swarofski crystal Christmas swans. Effed up, man. I know.
  • Kazan: i know people with perfectly behaved pit bulls.

    they're not punk ass motherfarkers who get dogs to look tough, so the dogs are treated well and thus well behaved


    Some of the most gentle and relaxed dogs that I know are pit bulls. My wife is a vet tech, and she says that pit bulls are easy to work with because they will let you do anything to them without getting upset. And those few that she does see that are aggressive are absolutely obvious about it. IF you know how to read doggies. Those that have been aggressive, many have shown signs of dog fighting, or other abuse. The problem is that they are incredibly powerful animals. A bite from an evil little chihuahua isn't likely to cause much damage. A pit on the other hand can kill.
    The evil little dogs that go from nice to trying to rip your face off with out warning are chihuahua's, toy poodles, and dachshund's. They get a muzzle automatically when they walk in the door.

    I'll admit that one of the problems is those people who try to rehabilitate a pit bull that has been aggressive and unpredictable. These are the people who don't believe that any animal should ever be put down. Unfortunately, once a pit bull has shown that it's aggressive, the only safe thing to do is put it down. I've seen dogs that went years between bites, that lost it out of the blue and bit someone or another pet. These are powerful and potentially dangerous animals. If they show signs of being aggressive or unpredictable, they can rarely be rehabilitated.
  • Dafodude: Anyone who wants to write off pit bulls as a bad breed as a whole probably doesn't have a lot of experience with the breed.

    The only pits that I've met that were vicious were raised for fighting, and if it weren't for the owner's friends being at the house I would have socked him in his face in no time flat. I still to this day wish I could lay him out.

    Every other Pibble I've met has been a dumb, adorable mushball. Same with Rottweilers.


    FTFY

    /Love mine to death, but gods he is dumb.
    //The cat chases him.
  • cherryl taggart: butt-wigglin', eager to please, would take a bullet for my kid dog.


    This.
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    Here is another vicious breed. Doesn't she just look like terror incarnate, folks? 

    /She wouldn't hurt a fly.
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