WHEN bulldogs lose control
YES- Pitbulls and some other bulldogs ARE dangerous. I JUST experienced it. It has NOTHING to do with how well they are bred OR raised. The whole point is when they snap (FOR WHAT EVER REASON) they are usually the hardest dog to handle.
I went to pick my dog up at a dog daycare today. When I got there, there was bedlam. This place has cameras in the lobby. I heard a LOT of commotion and on the camera, I saw people and dogs jumping all over the place. I ignored their policy and ran in the back (a good thing I did).
One of the managers (a big guy) had the tip of his finger bitten half off and spurting blood. His wife (the other manager) had been badly bitten on her palm and was white from loss of blood. I didn't leave until the ambulance showed up.
Fortunately my dog (a 21 lb Schnoodle) wasn't involved and was okay. If he was hurt, however, I would have found the American Bulldog and snapped his neck and took the legal consequences.
Please- enough red herring arguments about how they are bred and or raised. The entire point is that they are TOO dangerous WHEN they do become violent. THAT is the ONLY issue.
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