Another Labrador mauling.

Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Aceshigh, Jun 11, 2012.

  1. POS71RS

    POS71RS Moderator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Forks for soup!
     
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    thats just dumb on top of it too. Its not the dog its how the dog was acclimated to deal with children correctly then this issue wouldnt happen. I have had a doberman the full extent of my daughters life (3 years)
     
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    To say the least! Nothing about that dog other than the shape of its head looks like a lab.
     
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    Must be a Pit Bull mix, lol.
     
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    Is it just me or does that dog look untrustworthy?

    I can usually tell just looking at a dog if it is a potential threat. Not 100% but fairly accurate, I would not approach that dog without extreme caution.


    I think the human race is by far the worst threat to the human race, maybe we should exterminate us all :confused:

    Myopic ignorance is simply befuddling.:rolleyes: :rolleyes: (refering to other threads comments)
     
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    I have to agree that pits are not as dangerous as people make them out to be. The training is everything. I have known pits that are calm and chihuahuas that can't go 5 seconds without biting your ankles.

    Training is the problem, and people training dogs that have no idea what they are doing.

    Everyone should just get a basset hound.
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    Aces, you are making sense, with valid points, proven by dispelling misinformation with facts.

    That mentality is generally frowned upon by the narrow minded, and/or the uninformed.

    I saw someone post that you have to be smarter than the dog to train the dog, or something close to that.
    I would like to add, you have to Know How to train one to begin with. It's not like working a crossword puzzle.

    the post above beat me to the punch on that one. But anyway . Lol
     
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    Even a crossword has a methodology. ;) But a crossword wont maul ya if ya screw it up :crazy:
     
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    Actually there was a case of one killing an infant several years back. I guess no breed is fool proof.
     
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    Kinda what I meant by that. You cant guess at it to see if it works.
     

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