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  • EddieMac
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    Originally posted by JayJack View Post
    Yes they do! If raised properly, they are the best dogs ever, and I wouldn't want anything else! I currently have a pit that I got when he was 3 years old. I haven't had any problems with him at all, and he loves and protects my wife I as if he was with us from a pup. Some of the best dogs anybody can ever have is a Pit, and I stand by that.
    Amen. The best dog I have ever owned was a pure pitty. I raised my child around her and not one minute was there ever a scare. My new dog is a lab pitty cross and is dopey and loveable as anything.

    There are very poor dog owners, sadly they are attracted to breeds like Pittys/Rottys/Dobermans and that is a huge detriment to the breeds.

    Look up any list of top family dogs....Pitty makes every one.

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by KatieElway7 View Post
    This was so cool! As a huge cat lover I hope this will give cats some respect now
    I'm a huge cat lover too. This should give our feline friends more street cred! Way to go kitty.

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  • ebsoria
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    Originally posted by Canmore View Post
    Maybe you have a decent Pit Bull and maybe you just have a time bomb. If you look at statistics Pit Bulls are the leading breed for deaths by dog attacks. That is according to the CDC.

    http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreation...ogbreeds-a.pdf

    There are decent Pit Bulls and there are others. There reputation is earned.

    I wonder how much of that is due to inexperienced owners not taking the time to properly train their dog?

    I ask because of this;

    •Unless, otherwise pit bulls are trained to attack humans or trained non properly they won’t harm human. In fact, these dedicated companions love people more than anything.
    •86.8% of the American Pit Bull Terriers have passed their temperament tests.
    •No matter what the task is, when pit bulls are committed to any task, they will carry out it with full enthusiasm. It’s this nature of pit bulls that make us think like they have locking Jaws especially when they bite on something and refuse to release it that easily.
    •Pitbulls are widely known for the illegal sport of dog fighting.

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  • Canmore
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    Lol go ahead and be stubborn when everyone else in this thread has agreed and stated reasons why your statement is wrong.
    Maybe you have a decent Pit Bull and maybe you just have a time bomb. If you look at statistics Pit Bulls are the leading breed for deaths by dog attacks. That is according to the CDC.

    http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreation...ogbreeds-a.pdf

    There are decent Pit Bulls and there are others. There reputation is earned.

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  • DenverBlood
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    So you like 'em big???




    In this case, the cat used every ounce of it's body to bash the dog away. This is one of those ultimate videos that make me feel good......similar to seeing some animals in the jungle defend their young from an angry mob of hungry aggressors.

    Still not sure how that dog got so violent!
    I'm not sure why he got so violent. At first he just seemed like a happy wondering puppy.

    When he first saw the boy he perked up like he wanted to go play. Then when he came around the car and in view he just snapped and ran right at him.

    The second portion was like the dog was hunting prey. But if that's the case it just seems like the dog would've been barking or snapped at some other creature sooner.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by KatieElway7 View Post
    This was so cool! As a huge cat lover I hope this will give cats some respect now
    So you like 'em big???




    In this case, the cat used every ounce of it's body to bash the dog away. This is one of those ultimate videos that make me feel good......similar to seeing some animals in the jungle defend their young from an angry mob of hungry aggressors.

    Still not sure how that dog got so violent!

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  • JayJack
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    I would also like to note that the dog in this video is not a Pitt.

    That gets lost in all this hype for the cat.

    No one is calling for genicide on that dogs entire breed.
    Yeah I noticed that as well.....it's a shame the bad rep pits get. Even after Michael Vicks abuse on the dogs, they were still able to find homes for some of them, which is very good!

    I'm not a cat fan at all, but it was cool seeing how fearless that cat was. Glad the little boy is ok.

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  • DenverBlood
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    Originally posted by Canmore View Post
    No the dog in the video I can't identify. It should be destroyed.

    Pit Bulls have earned there reputation, sorry.
    Lol go ahead and be stubborn when everyone else in this thread has agreed and stated reasons why your statement is wrong.

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  • Canmore
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    I would also like to note that the dog in this video is not a Pitt.

    That gets lost in all this hype for the cat.

    No one is calling for genicide on that dogs entire breed.
    No the dog in the video I can't identify. It should be destroyed.

    Pit Bulls have earned there reputation, sorry.

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  • DenverBlood
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    I would also like to note that the dog in this video is not a Pitt.

    That gets lost in all this hype for the cat.

    No one is calling for genicide on that dogs entire breed.

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  • JayJack
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    Originally posted by Canmore View Post
    No they don't.
    Yes they do! If raised properly, they are the best dogs ever, and I wouldn't want anything else! I currently have a pit that I got when he was 3 years old. I haven't had any problems with him at all, and he loves and protects my wife I as if he was with us from a pup. Some of the best dogs anybody can ever have is a Pit, and I stand by that.

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  • ebsoria
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    Yes they do. If raised properly by a caring loving family Pitts are one of the most loving dogs you can find. They are fantastic with children.

    The ones you hear stories about are from neglectful owners who abuse them or train them to be vicious.

    Don't confuse Pitts with Rottweilers.
    You are 100% correct. My friend friend has two pits. His sister in law has two. I dated a gal whose sister had three. And all of them are around small children and are some of the best behaved dogs I have ever been around. It's always been the little tiny dogs that were snippy and nasty.

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  • DenverBlood
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    Originally posted by Canmore View Post
    No they don't.
    Yes they do. If raised properly by a caring loving family Pitts are one of the most loving dogs you can find. They are fantastic with children.

    The ones you hear stories about are from neglectful owners who abuse them or train them to be vicious.

    Don't confuse Pitts with Rottweilers.

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  • AZ Snake Fan
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    I have a cat and a dog, both rescues, they get along just fine.

    Here is some more info on the family and the cat, Tara.
    Tara followed the family home from the park one day.
    Tara used to crawl into the crib with the boy when he was a baby.
    Maternal instinct has no fear !

    Cameras Catch Family Cat Taking on Dog That Bit Boy
    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-news/...opstories.html

    .

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  • ebsoria
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    Originally posted by KatieElway7 View Post
    :nono: Every guy I talk to is "allergic" and hates them I agree with you that they are bad ass!
    Well, not every guy.

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