Top Ten Most Dangerous Dog Breeds

Top Ten Most Dangerous Dog Breeds

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Seven0

Athens, Greece

#1 Feb 27, 2012
This is a realy useful list . Found it randomly but got my interest .

http://top10mostlist.blogspot.com/2012/02/top...

Whats your thoughts ?

Since: Jan 12

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#3 Mar 27, 2012
Johnnydraco wrote:
Bullshit! Dogs only behave according to there training. These dogs are only on the top ten because of irresponsible owners. Take a walk through the poor sections of any neighborhood and you will see pit bulls and rottweillers chained up and neglected at every other house. Now go to the upper class neighborhoods and you see poodles and chuiwawas in plush yards a mile long with personal trainers and dog walkers. Think about it. People who have low self esteem and are troubled get these types of breeds to make them feel like a bad ass. Then they chain them up and ignore them. Then one day a little boys bouncing ball goes over the fence and he enters the yard to retrieve his ball and ends up mauled to death. Everyone cries bloody murder about another pit bull killing someone while the drug addicted owner says he was a good dog I don't know what happened. Give me a fucking break it's the fault of the ignorant owners.
Give me a break stupid, the owner of the dog didn't kill the kid, the dog did. Pit Bull owners have their head stuck in their ass. Sure you may have a great dog! It is your hand that feeds the dog and you've had him for a long time but anyway you cut it, Pit Bulls are fearless. Why is it Pit Bull owners think their dog is 100% safe and such good little pussy cats. Bull shit, all animals and people as far as that matter goes are unpredictable. Why would you be stupid enough to think your dog is any different. It's the one time the dog screws up that some innocent person has to carry the mental and physical scars for the rest of their life or worse be dead. Pit Bulls and mixes are very strong and fearless dogs. But that's why you have the dog. You want to make a statement.

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#5 Mar 27, 2012
Johnnydraco wrote:
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Sorry dumbass I don't own a pit bull. But I almost guarantee you do. Your exactly the type of person that would own a pit bull. Now go back to your farm and play with your chickens. No Chit
Good for you maybe you have a little something between your ears after all. No, I don't have any dogs that are deemed "vicious breeds" by society or the law. I was talking about dangerous breeds in general. The key word about animals is unpredictable and another big word is liability. Two words Pit Bull owners don't seem to understand.

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#6 Mar 29, 2012
Joe Chit wrote:
<quoted text>Give me a break stupid, the owner of the dog didn't kill the kid, the dog did. Pit Bull owners have their head stuck in their ass. Sure you may have a great dog! It is your hand that feeds the dog and you've had him for a long time but anyway you cut it, Pit Bulls are fearless. Why is it Pit Bull owners think their dog is 100% safe and such good little pussy cats. Bull shit, all animals and people as far as that matter goes are unpredictable. Why would you be stupid enough to think your dog is any different. It's the one time the dog screws up that some innocent person has to carry the mental and physical scars for the rest of their life or worse be dead. Pit Bulls and mixes are very strong and fearless dogs. But that's why you have the dog. You want to make a statement.
So if someone kills someone else with their gun, it's the guns fault not the owner of the gun, right?

I am responsible for MY dog....PERIOD. Maybe thugs and drug dealers want to make a statement w/ a pit bull...but not everyone who owns a pit bull is like that. I work at an animal clinic as a Veterinary Technician...my husband is in the military. I know of several pit bull owners who are Veterinarians, Doctors, Police Officers, Nurses, School Teachers, etc. They don't own pit bulls to make a statement. So your theory about that is WRONG.

Do I think everyone should have a pit bull? Absolutely not. But hell, I don't think everyone should have children either. They can grow up to be pretty strong and fearless, too. Punishing several people who own pit bulls RESPONSIBLY because some idiots want to teach them to fight and be aggressive is ridiculous.

I have had my pit bull since she was 6 mos. old...she turned 5 last October. She has lived with a chihuahua, a rabbit, and two cats. I have taken her to several leashed dog events. She is NEVER under any circumstances left unattended outside on a chain or otherwise. She is NEVER left unattended w/ any children or animals. And guess what...she has never killed or harmed anyone. Would I call her a "good little pussy cat"...nope I wouldn't...because I have worked in the animal field long enough to know that a cat(even a good one) is more unpredictable than any pit bull I have ever met.

Don't think it's pit bull owners that have their head stuck in their asses...

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#7 Mar 29, 2012
i think it actually depends on how you train them. cause even if you have a dangerous breed/s you can still train them to be a good one. specially if you start it when they're still puppies.
nel

United States

#9 Apr 25, 2012
I have a 3 ye old pit n he is the biggest baby in the world my 4 yo toy poodle is the boss around here my dog would never hurt a fly He is scared of squirrels ....I got him beacause he was going to b put to sleep because he was a pit at 8 wks old...he is the love of my life n I wouldn't trade him for anything! Anyone that is so ignorant to blame the behavior on the dog should never have a dog or children at that....parents are to love n nurture ..that's why my baby is the best! He was raised with love n hugs!!!!!***dont be a dick love ur putbulls***

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#10 Apr 27, 2012
nel wrote:
I have a 3 ye old pit n he is the biggest baby in the world my 4 yo toy poodle is the boss around here my dog would never hurt a fly He is scared of squirrels ....I got him beacause he was going to b put to sleep because he was a pit at 8 wks old...he is the love of my life n I wouldn't trade him for anything! Anyone that is so ignorant to blame the behavior on the dog should never have a dog or children at that....parents are to love n nurture ..that's why my baby is the best! He was raised with love n hugs!!!!!***dont be a dick love ur putbulls***
Just another Pit Bull owner in denial.
Claudius

Hummelstown, PA

#11 Jul 7, 2012
Joe Chit wrote:
<quoted text>Good for you maybe you have a little something between your ears after all. No, I don't have any dogs that are deemed "vicious breeds" by society or the law. I was talking about dangerous breeds in general. The key word about animals is unpredictable and another big word is liability. Two words Pit Bull owners don't seem to understand.
I totally agreed with you Sir,the grandson of my friend neighbour come high on weed and with his pit bull dog eat the ear of poor poodle neighbour,and i call him irresponsible,I offer my self to bring the dog to emergency and to pay because my neighbour have no money to treat the poor poodle,i don't have any pet but i love them,The grandson has also his 5 years old son with him when the pit bull get crazy,i'm wonder how safe can be his son around such beast dog and such irresponsible owner who get him self high with drugs.I apologize my english is not the best,I'm from Europe but i live in USA temporarily.
Nobody

Kyle, SD

#12 Jul 17, 2012
One thing that matters in a big way is the owner. My grandma has a Rottweiler and it's a big baby and pretty much harmless because my grandma is the nicest person in the world but if you go to the ghetto and look at the gangsters and all the other d-bags that mistreat their dogs then those dogs are mean and vicious

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