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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Aceshigh, Jun 11, 2012.
Forks for soup!
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)
To say the least! Nothing about that dog other than the shape of its head looks like a lab.
Must be a Pit Bull mix, lol.
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
Myopic ignorance is simply befuddling. (refering to other threads comments)
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.
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
Even a crossword has a methodology. But a crossword wont maul ya if ya screw it up
Actually there was a case of one killing an infant several years back. I guess no breed is fool proof.
Kinda what I meant by that. You cant guess at it to see if it works.