Punish the DEED..Not the BREED....!!!!
People need to start realizing, if it has teeth, it can bite. And if it does, the fault is on the other end of the leash 99% of the time.
My Pit is one lazy, kind, loving, snoring fur ball. She loves EVERYONE, doesn't matter if it's people, kids, dogs or cats.
When she got attacked by 2 of my other dogs, she did not even fight back even though her thigh got torn up. She just screamed and was scared. The other ones aren't Pit Bulls. It was a Shar-Pei mix and a Shepard mix. Shows you how "dangerous" Pitties are.
One night she was at my friends house, and someone tried to break in, Sasha, as "dangerous" as she is, was asleep on the couch, all fours up, snoring. They could have carried the couch out with her for all she cared..lol..
It's thanks to the media that Pit Bulls have such a bad reputation and it's about time that the story gets set straight. EVERY dog is potentially dangerous, no matter the breed. It is ALWAYS on the owner how a dog turns out to be.
If it doesn't get socialized, if gets abused for fighting..Who is there to blame? Most definitely NOT the dog. Just my 2 cents....
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