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      07-22-2013, 12:23 PM   #1
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Please help my pit bull win dog of the month

Vote for brunotheboxers "Maybelline" here. http://www.pitbull-chat.com/showthre...y-2013-Females


Thanks for the help people.
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      07-22-2013, 12:53 PM   #2
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They all look the same to me..
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No, they are vicious, child eating animals.
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      07-22-2013, 01:43 PM   #4
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Lol I knew these comments were coming.
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I'm used to it. You should hear what people say to me when I'm out on a walk.
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i voted for Lilly because of her nice frame.

i would have voted for Hope, but a headshot won't do it for me.....
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Registering just to vote is too much of a pain in the ass, sorry.

But if I did register and vote would have to go with Lilly, she looks a lot like the pit I used to have. Sorry again.
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^No worries mate. Have a good one.
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I'm used to it. You should hear what people say to me when I'm out on a walk.
Well, when you look at lists of fatal dog attacks by year in the United States, they are always dominated by "pit bulls and pit-mixes". Every year. So is it a generalization for someone to make a comment about any pit that they see on the street? Yea. Do I think it's a 'misinformed' or 'ridiculous' generalization? No. If If I'm walking my puppy and I see a stray pit, rottweiler or german shepherd wandering the street am I more likely to pick my puppy up and carry him away than if I see a lab, great dane or other random mix? Yea I am. Does all of this mean that they are bad dogs? No. I think that most of the problems occur because of owner fault. I do think that pits, along with german shepherds and rottweilers are more prone to aggressiveness if raised in an environment that promotes it versus practically any other breeds.
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Well, when you look at lists of fatal dog attacks by year in the United States, they are always dominated by "pit bulls and pit-mixes". Every year. So is it a generalization for someone to make a comment about any pit that they see on the street? Yea. Do I think it's a 'misinformed' or 'ridiculous' generalization? No. If If I'm walking my puppy and I see a stray pit, rottweiler or german shepherd wandering the street am I more likely to pick my puppy up and carry him away than if I see a lab, great dane or other random mix? Yea I am. Does all of this mean that they are bad dogs? No. I think that most of the problems occur because of owner fault.

Along the same vein, am I more wary while I am driving in neighborhoods where more crime occurs? Yes.
Problem is the fuckn media will report most dog attacks as apbt when they are not plus a lot of shitheads buy and byb them.
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I just found a quote about a CDC study that I think was from a year or two ago:

"There were approximately 238 dog bite-related fatalities over the past 20 years. Approximately 25 breeds of dogs were involved in theses deaths; pit bulls and rottweilers were involved in over half of the reported deaths."

I'm not trying to condemn the dogs; I have never owned one and I'm sure if I did I would think the same way that you do. I just wanted to point out a different perspective.
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I just found a quote about a CDC study that I think was from a year or two ago:

"There were approximately 238 dog bite-related fatalities over the past 20 years. Approximately 25 breeds of dogs were involved in theses deaths; pit bulls and rottweilers were involved in over half of the reported deaths."

I'm not trying to condemn the dogs; I have never owned one and I'm sure if I did I would think the same way that you do. I just wanted to point out a different perspective.
So in 20 yrs apbt's may have killed about 75 people if my math is correct based on your quote. Ill blame most of those deaths on idiot people and not the dog.

Don't get me wrong there are plenty of bad pit bulls that need to be pts but the apbt is very misunderstood. Are they da. Of course.
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So are bull sharks just products of their environment? Are they aggressive because they are trained that way or is it part of their nature?
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So are bull sharks just products of their environment? Are they aggressive because they are trained that way or is it part of their nature?
Don't take this the wrong way but

Who gives a fuck.
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all I know is that my pitbulls are awesome and if they ever got aggressive with people, i'd feed them a hollow point right in their eye.

I've been breeding and raising pitbulls for 23 years and I have yet to get a bad one....

probably because "bad ones" are a product of their upbringing, not of the breed itself....










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Great lookn dogs. Here's another one of my girl. She's short.









To me there is no more of a beautiful or misunderstood breed of dog.
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I think pitbulls are easily trained badly, more so than any other dogs. But if you have a normal owner that takes his/her time to train and nurture then its all cool. The sad truth is that there's more bad owners than there are bad dogs.
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