My Pitbull is a PANSY!
(Oroville, CA, USA)
I love Ishizu. My family & I have raised her since she was a pup. At first we were a little leery of the fact that she was pit. But when my mother & I went over to her birth home, we were looking for a puppy who would interact with us.
Ishizu bounded up to me and put her front paws on my chest it was love at first sight. That was nearly seven years ago.
Ishizu is one of the sweetest dogs I've ever met. The only times she would even remotely be aggressive is when she feels threatened. She crouched down and bared her teeth, that's it.
The only time she felt threatened was when my autistic brother attacked her in a fit of rage. He went after her ears. She warned him not to go after her and he backed down. She loves it when we rough house with her.
When we take her for walks people usually keep their distance, but if they only knew how much of a sweetie she actually is.
So are pits dangerous?
Ask yourself that question after you adopt one and treat it just like any other pet.
Pits are dangerous if they are mistreated (isn't any animal dangerous if abused?), but if loved just like any other dog, you might just have a pansy who loves you back.
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