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Quote: Pit Bulls are pretty much the most loving, awesome, intelligent , loyal dogs. It's a shame.
pits can be good dogs but some will go offf for no reason and most areDUMB AS FOOK
When added algebraically, the sum of your words = Zero.
if you are talking about my first hand knowledge of pit bulls you my friend are dumber than your pappy georgio laurente bush ,now if your some kinda a kabbla mystic iam honored go fark yourself just incase
my friend's pitbull bit me because I was walking down the hall (away from the dog) following my friend. The dog ran, jumped, and bit my upper thigh and broke the skin through my jeans. And this dog knew me. We had hung out a lot and she loved me petting her.
Sorry, I'm sure there are some great pitbulls, but they are one of the sketchier breeds out there. I love dogs & grew up with airdales, dobermans, and great danes, but I'm always weary of pitbulls and chows.
"Not what we have but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance." - John Petit-Senn
My friend has the purebred english staffordshire pits.
Not the Americans.
They're smaller, not the big flat heads, massive neck/shoulders as the American breed.
Very well behaved and well trained.
Some long, long human history intertwined with dog breeds. Terriers were bred and raised in Medeval times to hunt and kill rats - when people finally realized that rats were the carriers for bubonic plague.
Dachshunds were bred to hunt and kill weasels and badgers in their burrows.