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Richmond, KY

#1 Nov 14, 2009
A change in the environment.
Not being neutered.
May have been in heat at the time, causing the animal to lash out.

"They had these dogs since they were puppies, and there was never a problem,"

"There's a huge genetic tendency to behave in certain ways. Herding dogs tend to herd. Dogs bred to fight each other, like pit bulls, tend to get aroused very quickly, unless you breed it out of them."

"Often at highest dangerous risk are children"

His face was mauled, and he was covered with bite wounds and had a hole in his scalp from the attack.

"This is a lesson for people who have pit bulls and children. Don't trust them,"
And last but not least here are some real life triggers for your well trusted Pit Bull.

the sound of screaming
the sound of clapping
the act of gardening
the act of bicycling
the act of jogging
the act of sleeping
the act of sex
sitting in a stroller
sitting in a wagon
sitting on your porch
sitting in a tire swing
standing in your backyard
holding a clipboard
holding a stuffed animal
holding a mailbag
unloading bags from a car
standing in your garage
playing on a playground
playing in your front yard
playing in your backyard
jumping on a trampoline
mowing your lawn
stepping on an ant pile
hopping off a couch
sitting on a bed
watching TV
getting off a bus
waiting for a bus
hearing an argument
dropping a glass
having a seizure


having a smoke
feeding the dog
getting the mail
getting the newspaper
taking out the trash
opening a car door
opening your front door
knocking on a front door
reaching for your purse
hanging decorations
sitting on your spouse's lap
showing your spouse affection
having a dog on your lap
walking a snack sized dog
walking down a road
walking on a beach
walking down a path
walking down a sidewalk
seeing an unleashed dog
seeing a leashed dog
seeing a dog inside a house
seeing a cat run up tree
seeing a squirrel run up tree
seeing a horse
being in a wheelchair
being an animal control officer
being a public works employee
being a police officer
being a mail carrier
being a gas worker
being a landscaper
stupidpeople

Lawrenceburg, KY

#2 Nov 14, 2009
Heres a warnin sign you shouldnt breed. You make judgments on a breed thats breed not to attach men. A breed that for 100years was killed if any dog ever bit any man.

FOr the saftey of society burn your car and dont have kids. Accidents are the number one killer beside suicide for teens. Parents backing over their toddlers teh number one accidental death for children under 5. SO for societys sake dont breed and dont drive.

Your "list" is written by a true idiot.
lol

Cleveland, OH

#3 Nov 14, 2009
beware of wrote:
A change in the environment.
Not being neutered.
May have been in heat at the time, causing the animal to lash out.
"They had these dogs since they were puppies, and there was never a problem,"
"There's a huge genetic tendency to behave in certain ways. Herding dogs tend to herd. Dogs bred to fight each other, like pit bulls, tend to get aroused very quickly, unless you breed it out of them."
"Often at highest dangerous risk are children"
His face was mauled, and he was covered with bite wounds and had a hole in his scalp from the attack.
"This is a lesson for people who have pit bulls and children. Don't trust them,"
And last but not least here are some real life triggers for your well trusted Pit Bull.
the sound of screaming
the sound of clapping
the act of gardening
the act of bicycling
the act of jogging
the act of sleeping
the act of sex
sitting in a stroller
sitting in a wagon
sitting on your porch
sitting in a tire swing
standing in your backyard
holding a clipboard
holding a stuffed animal
holding a mailbag
unloading bags from a car
standing in your garage
playing on a playground
playing in your front yard
playing in your backyard
jumping on a trampoline
mowing your lawn
stepping on an ant pile
hopping off a couch
sitting on a bed
watching TV
getting off a bus
waiting for a bus
hearing an argument
dropping a glass
having a seizure
having a smoke
feeding the dog
getting the mail
getting the newspaper
taking out the trash
opening a car door
opening your front door
knocking on a front door
reaching for your purse
hanging decorations
sitting on your spouse's lap
showing your spouse affection
having a dog on your lap
walking a snack sized dog
walking down a road
walking on a beach
walking down a path
walking down a sidewalk
seeing an unleashed dog
seeing a leashed dog
seeing a dog inside a house
seeing a cat run up tree
seeing a squirrel run up tree
seeing a horse
being in a wheelchair
being an animal control officer
being a public works employee
being a police officer
being a mail carrier
being a gas worker
being a landscaper
None of the stuff mentioned in your post 'triggered' my dog. She was even put in a room with a male pit, and when he lunged to attack her, she ran. She NEVER hurt anyone or anything.

It is not the breed...it is the way the dog is treated.

End of story.
Dumb

Richmond, KY

#5 Nov 14, 2009
Truth wrote:
There is a way to insure that a Pit Bull dog does not bite you. Shoot it in the head. They are a useless breed and are generally owned by useless people. Hell shoot dog and owner and enrich the world.
I know pitbulls have a bad name, I have a small puppy pitbull. Apparently you have some kind of bad memories of something to do with pitbull"s. You know what you are just PLAIN F@CKIN STUPID!! I might as well not even waste my breathe on your stupid a$$
Concerned

Richmond, KY

#6 Nov 14, 2009
My neighbor has a pit bull that he keeps tied on a leash and we live in a neighborhood it gets loose all the time. It never bothers nobody but Im always worried its going to attack one of the children in the neighborhood or one of my family members. It is gentle in nature but im still scared its going to snap one day.
Royal

Richmond, KY

#7 Nov 14, 2009
I am soooooo F*CK*NG TIRED of seeing all these damn threads BASHING PITS!!! Just bc you dont like the breed, get the hell over it! If you dont like them, DONT HAVE ONE!!! As far as all of us who ENJOY our breed, why is it SUCH A PROBLEM for everyone to accept. They are NOT going ANYWHERE! Save your breath and move the F*CK ON!!!
Royal

Richmond, KY

#8 Nov 14, 2009
Concerned wrote:
My neighbor has a pit bull that he keeps tied on a leash and we live in a neighborhood it gets loose all the time. It never bothers nobody but Im always worried its going to attack one of the children in the neighborhood or one of my family members. It is gentle in nature but im still scared its going to snap one day.
That is an irresponsible owner who should NOT have a dog of ANY KIND! Especially a Pit Bull. Not bc they are going to ATTACK anyone, but just as not to add to the negative stigma that they already have to endure.
Royal

Richmond, KY

#9 Nov 14, 2009
and for the record... we took our dogs out for a walk today (2 male pits, 2 female pits, and a male labrador) and they were perfectly behaved. A demon ass chihuahua ran out barking and yapping and ALL of the dogs jumped back and was wondering what the hell was goin on. We told them to sit. They DID NOT try to hurt the tiny demon dog, they just sat there until we told them it was ok to walk again.
That just sound so horrible huh...4 well behaved pits... IMAGINE!
poster

Richmond, KY

#10 Nov 15, 2009
The pit nutters are out in force with their lame excuses. A recent report just out from www.DogsBite.org shows in 2007, pits, pit types, and rotties were credited with 75% of the dog bite related fatalities. The nutters can't excuse those stats, it's there in black and white. They will try but it is there for you to see for yourself. And those "other" dog attacks, ask the nutter if they comprise 75% of the attacks like the pits and rotties comprise. Pits were bred to kill, just like pointers were bred to point, beagles were bred to hunt. You have to ask the question what were pits bred to do and then you have the answer as to why they need to be banned. And there is not a worldwide conspiracy to "get the pits" by misidentifying them. Pits, Staffies, they are all one in the same, bred for the same, and they maul and kill the same. And research temperament testing for pits, it is a scam.
"Copied and pasted"
Royal

Richmond, KY

#11 Nov 15, 2009
poster wrote:
And there is not a worldwide conspiracy to "get the pits" by misidentifying them.
"Copied and pasted"
http://www.pitbullsontheweb.com/petbull/findp...

This is called "Find the Pit" I guarentee you cant find it on the first try. Some of these dogs Ive never heard of. But since you "Pit Bashers" know EVERYTHING.. I bet you'll find it FIRST TRY... or at least say you can.

Since: Oct 09

Corbin, KY

#12 Nov 15, 2009
poster wrote:
The pit nutters are out in force with their lame excuses. A recent report just out from www.DogsBite.org shows in 2007, pits, pit types, and rotties were credited with 75% of the dog bite related fatalities. The nutters can't excuse those stats, it's there in black and white. They will try but it is there for you to see for yourself. And those "other" dog attacks, ask the nutter if they comprise 75% of the attacks like the pits and rotties comprise. Pits were bred to kill, just like pointers were bred to point, beagles were bred to hunt. You have to ask the question what were pits bred to do and then you have the answer as to why they need to be banned. And there is not a worldwide conspiracy to "get the pits" by misidentifying them. Pits, Staffies, they are all one in the same, bred for the same, and they maul and kill the same. And research temperament testing for pits, it is a scam.
"Copied and pasted"
AMEN! You hit that nail on the head!
Shooter

Richmond, KY

#13 Nov 15, 2009
Royal wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.pitbullsontheweb.com/petbull/findp...
This is called "Find the Pit" I guarentee you cant find it on the first try. Some of these dogs Ive never heard of. But since you "Pit Bashers" know EVERYTHING.. I bet you'll find it FIRST TRY... or at least say you can.

It matters not. I would shoot any of those types and be happy I killed biting dog.
I KN0W

Bimble, KY

#14 Nov 16, 2009
me and my boyfriend raised pit bulls for years and they were the most gentle dogs we ever had. our collie was more mean than they were. it all depends on how you raise them. if they grow up in an abusave envirnment then they may most likely bite someone. not likely... but mabye. if it is taught to be protective then it may bite. like i said if it is raised in a friendly envirnment it may be friendly. if it was abused it may bite. it all depends on how an animal is raised. this is my openion. people have there own i guess.
doesnt matter

Richmond, KY

#15 Nov 16, 2009
I KN0W wrote:
me and my boyfriend raised pit bulls for years and they were the most gentle dogs we ever had. our collie was more mean than they were. it all depends on how you raise them. if they grow up in an abusave envirnment then they may most likely bite someone. not likely... but mabye. if it is taught to be protective then it may bite. like i said if it is raised in a friendly envirnment it may be friendly. if it was abused it may bite. it all depends on how an animal is raised. this is my openion. people have there own i guess.
You have got to be kidding, how they are raised? A very close friend of mine lost a child to their family pit, had the pit for 5 years, never bit a single person.He was raised by very gentle people. Drug their crying child from it's carrier and the child died and guess what? so did their pet pit. But I suppose you will say it happened because of how it was raised. I don't think so!!!
aaron

Georgetown, KY

#16 Nov 16, 2009
It's not the dog so much as it is the people that own the dog. It seems that people that own pits do so to project a tough image. If that statement offends you maybe you are one of these people I'm talking about. However I have known a few pits that had more than just the potential to hurt people.
I KNOW

East Bernstadt, KY

#17 Nov 17, 2009
WELL MR"DOESNT MATTER" THATS JUST MY OPENION. IF YOU GOT OFFENDED THEN THATS YOUR OWN PROBLEM NOW ISNT IT.? I HAVE RAISED THEM FOR YEARS. SO I THINK I KNOW. MOST OF MY FRIENDS HAVE THEM ALSO. THEY HAVE NEVER BIT ANYONE. THEY ARE GOOD ANIMALS. SO IF YOU DONT LIKE MY OPENION THEN THAT IS YOUR PROBLEM. MABYE I DONT LIKE YOURS.
Dog Luver

Pikeville, KY

#18 Nov 17, 2009
Royal wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.pitbullsontheweb.com/petbull/findp...
This is called "Find the Pit" I guarentee you cant find it on the first try. Some of these dogs Ive never heard of. But since you "Pit Bashers" know EVERYTHING.. I bet you'll find it FIRST TRY... or at least say you can.
I actually did find it on the first try. But, I know my dog breeds. ANY BREED OF DOG CAN BITE! Not just a pit. I have a large Boxer and a Beagle mix, although neither of them have ever bitten or attempted to bite anyone or shown any aggression, both of my dogs are capible of biting and i know that.......Therefore, I take the necessary precautions to insure that my dogs are well secured in MY fenced yard with beware of dog signs posted all the way around the fence. That is my duty as a responsible dog owner.

Since: Nov 09

Mount Sterling, KY

#19 Nov 17, 2009
poster wrote:
The pit nutters are out in force with their lame excuses. A recent report just out from www.DogsBite.org shows in 2007, pits, pit types, and rotties were credited with 75% of the dog bite related fatalities. The nutters can't excuse those stats, it's there in black and white. They will try but it is there for you to see for yourself. And those "other" dog attacks, ask the nutter if they comprise 75% of the attacks like the pits and rotties comprise. Pits were bred to kill, just like pointers were bred to point, beagles were bred to hunt. You have to ask the question what were pits bred to do and then you have the answer as to why they need to be banned. And there is not a worldwide conspiracy to "get the pits" by misidentifying them. Pits, Staffies, they are all one in the same, bred for the same, and they maul and kill the same. And research temperament testing for pits, it is a scam.
"Copied and pasted"
You my friend need to do more research. Either you are retarded or ignorant. THIS was copied pasted from American Kennel Club, the foremost authority on dogs and dog breeds........

Until the early 19th century, the Bulldog used for bullbaiting in England was more active and longer-legged than the breed as we know it today. It is thought that the cross of this older Bulldog and a game terrier breed created the Staffordshire Terrier. Originally called the Bull-and-Terrier Dog, Half and Half or Pit Dog, it became known as the Staffordshire Bull Terrier in England. When accepted for AKC registration in 1936, the name changed to American Staffordshire Terrier to reflect the heavier American type and to distinguish them as separate breeds.
Right Breed for You?
The Am Staff is a people-oriented dog that thrives when he is made part of the family and given a job to do. Although friendly, this breed is loyal to his family and will protect them from any threat. His short coat is low-maintenance, but regular exercise and training is necessary.
So keep spewing your hate site bullshit and never become educated. Pitbulls are only publicized because of the sheer power they have......not because of the frequency of attacks.....check the other pitbull post and I went story for story on maulings/killings on even precious little pomeranians. Ignorance is infections and you my friend are a disease spreader.
MustBeHowItWasRa ised

Richmond, KY

#20 Nov 18, 2009
poster

Richmond, KY

#21 Nov 18, 2009
BubbaMaines wrote:
<quoted text>
You my friend need to do more research. Either you are retarded or ignorant. THIS was copied pasted from American Kennel Club, the foremost authority on dogs and dog breeds........
Until the early 19th century, the Bulldog used for bullbaiting in England was more active and longer-legged than the breed as we know it today. It is thought that the cross of this older Bulldog and a game terrier breed created the Staffordshire Terrier. Originally called the Bull-and-Terrier Dog, Half and Half or Pit Dog, it became known as the Staffordshire Bull Terrier in England. When accepted for AKC registration in 1936, the name changed to American Staffordshire Terrier to reflect the heavier American type and to distinguish them as separate breeds.
Right Breed for You?
The Am Staff is a people-oriented dog that thrives when he is made part of the family and given a job to do. Although friendly, this breed is loyal to his family and will protect them from any threat. His short coat is low-maintenance, but regular exercise and training is necessary.
So keep spewing your hate site bullshit and never become educated. Pitbulls are only publicized because of the sheer power they have......not because of the frequency of attacks.....check the other pitbull post and I went story for story on maulings/killings on even precious little pomeranians. Ignorance is infections and you my friend are a disease spreader.
And I my friend made sure to say it was copied and pasted,,look at the bottom, stupid and please stop spreading your Bull Sh@t !!!! http://www.dogsbite.org/

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