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Old 07-14-2007, 08:48 PM   #1
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Weirder story that deserves its own thread

WIVB TV4 Buffalo, Niagara Falls, New York News and Weather - Bizarre and Disturbing Dog Attack

Just more proof pit bulls are not a good pet idea...
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The family wants the dog destroyed...but authorities are saying no??? Not yet???

That dog would be long dead by now if it was me.
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The family wants the dog destroyed...but authorities are saying no??? Not yet???

That dog would be long dead by now if it was me.
Would have only made it out the door...then boom.
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jesus. poor kid.

and i read somewhere that pitt bulls are aggressive because there is an excess of some chemical in their brains... that same chemical causes depression in humans.
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is this the dog attack where it raped the 2 year old?

if so, i hold to my comment on stangnet or svtperformance where its less of the dogs fault and more of the owners for not watching their ****ing kid. it amazes me the kind of people that are parents these days.
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is this the dog attack where it raped the 2 year old?

if so, i hold to my comment on stangnet or svtperformance where its less of the dogs fault and more of the owners for not watching their ****ing kid. it amazes me the kind of people that are parents these days.
Exactly.

"Well my kid was only beating the dog with a bat, and then the dog bit his hand off and I don't know why!"
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its not always the dog, chances are they thought they were going to be hurt... some are more aggressive than others and its our fault for breeding them that way... I dont want to be around one cuz you simply dont know when they can snap.
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This is more than likely a result of poor dog ownership than a "natural born killer" dog breed. I personally love pits, I think my puppy is part pit and my next dog will probably be a pitbull. They are very cool dogs, and nothing better than saving a dog from being put down or forced to fight for the rest of its miserable life. Also, I have never heard of a dog "just snapping" on someone without it taunting it, beating it, etc. Would I be more careful around a pit than some other breeds? Yes, but only because they are VERY strong dogs and have an incredibly high tolerance for pain - not because they are killers. My puppy is 5 months old and 45 lbs. She can already beat me at tug of war and I can pick her up off the ground with her teeth (using a toy that she is holding). She has licked the inside of the oven when it has been at 450* for 40 minutes and jumped out of my Jeep while moving and cut herself up real good. Also, she is afraid of rain unless I am with her. She was in my backyard in the rain one day, I went outside the fence to take the trash out. She wanted to be with me and slammed her head into the gate so hard it bent the latch at a 45 degree angle. All of this and she has never cried or wimpered. All of that, and you will never meet a sweeter, more loving, or more loyal dog.
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that dog knows you saved it fast..
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This is more than likely a result of poor dog ownership than a "natural born killer" dog breed. I personally love pits, I think my puppy is part pit and my next dog will probably be a pitbull. They are very cool dogs, and nothing better than saving a dog from being put down or forced to fight for the rest of its miserable life. Also, I have never heard of a dog "just snapping" on someone without it taunting it, beating it, etc. Would I be more careful around a pit than some other breeds? Yes, but only because they are VERY strong dogs and have an incredibly high tolerance for pain - not because they are killers. My puppy is 5 months old and 45 lbs. She can already beat me at tug of war and I can pick her up off the ground with her teeth (using a toy that she is holding). She has licked the inside of the oven when it has been at 450* for 40 minutes and jumped out of my Jeep while moving and cut herself up real good. Also, she is afraid of rain unless I am with her. She was in my backyard in the rain one day, I went outside the fence to take the trash out. She wanted to be with me and slammed her head into the gate so hard it bent the latch at a 45 degree angle. All of this and she has never cried or wimpered. All of that, and you will never meet a sweeter, more loving, or more loyal dog.
I with you !! My dog is a lab/pit mix and I couldn't ask for a better dog she greet me at the door, sometime she'll knock me down and start licking my face just showing her love,she can't get enough affection and is great with kids and other dogs and yet is very protected of the family
She plays rough and is very strong loves tug of war (My dog beats me as well Fast )and really loves when I wrap my arm in leather She'll run at me latch on my arm I swing her around from time to time she get a little to much jaw power clamping down on me. All I gotta say is OUCH and she lets go
She'll play games with Denise But the dog seems to know to tone it down and not play as rough with Denise as she does with me
But I much as I love my dog if she ever hurt anyone I'd shoot her in heartbeat I feel really sad for the parents and the kid Guess this dog took leg humping to a whole new level

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My dog is the same way around small dogs/kids - gentle as can be. As soon as she is around me and big dogs though, she'll play as rough as you let her.
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its not always the dog, chances are they thought they were going to be hurt... some are more aggressive than others and its our fault for breeding them that way... I dont want to be around one cuz you simply dont know when they can snap.
That's any kind of dog. Of course some may be a tad more likely than others.....


It's the people that raise the dog. Or the fact that the dog may have been inbred. There are any number of reasons that could make a dog snap that has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WITH THE BREED... Sides I bet atleast 50 percent of you don't even know what a true 100 percent AKC/CKC registered Pit Bull Terrier even looks like... This is probably another story about someone who thinks it is a pit...
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My dog is the same way around small dogs/kids - gentle as can be. As soon as she is around me and big dogs though, she'll play as rough as you let her.

Our 75 pound boxer was the same way. Never had a problem out of her, and practically saved my wife's life.



I think if ANYONE is going to own a Pit or a Pit mix dog, or ANY large breed animal for that matter, they should be smart enough to realize what they are getting into. They should check the family line of the dog. What was the mother/father like? Are they inbred? Are they registered? Do your dam research

I also think that if anyone owns any kind of pit mix, or lab mix(labs are almost as strong as pits), that they should be registered dogs, or atleast be smart enough to know not to put them around kids..... Dogs are like weapons sometimes(as much as I hate to admit it). Dogs don't hurt people, dogs with irresponsible owners do.
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It's a shame that such dogs get such a bad reputation. When you meet responsible pet owners, even those with pitbulls, they will tell you how their children will even lay next to the dogs and they both take naps together. Unfortunately the media and ant-dog people like to downplay such lovable creatures. The media's story always tells of pitbull attacks and then shows the ghetto house were the owners raise them to fight, poor things.

My friend had a Lab mix. Six feet tall on it's hinds, skull was probably twice the size of mine. Every time I walked in his house he started jumping and waging his tail knocking over anything not strapped down, laying on those child gates, which would bend halfway, dog could easily push through it.

However and obedient this dog was some punk kid would tease the dog through the fence. Well one day it got out and went right after that kid and gave it a little nip since the kid threw rocks at it. The parents out lashed, the family defended it and wound up having to keep it in almost all day or else if the dog attacked again it would be put down. I felt bad for the family

Yeah, long story short, dogs are not dumb, treat them well they will be the best of the best. Cross them or treat them harsh and that is all they know and will act on those instincts.
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I think if ANYONE is going to own a Pit or a Pit mix dog, or ANY large breed animal for that matter, they should be smart enough to realize what they are getting into.
I wish there was a smilie that could express how I feel.

Have any of you ever stopped to consider that Pit Bulls are genetically dispositioned to be insane? This isn't the first time this has happened. I've seen many stories of how a Pit was so sweet and loving to kids, blah blah blah.... and then eventually bit a kids arm off. Something makes them just snap.

I say we kill them all. They are a failure as a species, the end.

Anyone up for some bacon?
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Pop quiz:

What type of dog are these:





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According to the American Temperament Society, the American Pitbull Terrier (what a "real" pit is) scores better than German Shepards and Golden Retreivers, ATTS - American Temperament Test Society, Inc. - ATTS Breed Statistics
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Pure bread is just a nicer way of saying inbread. All pure breeds of dogs are genetically predispositioned to have problems.
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Not pit bulls.

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True, but you get the point.....many different breeds that are labelled as pits are not American Pit Bull Terriers. If anyone cares they are: Presa Canario, Cane Corso Mastiff, and Dogo Argentino. So, a large percentage of reported "pit bull attacks" aren't even pit bulls.
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The breed....NOT its the people who breed them I have had two APBT and the first one I had was great the second one I got "Chopper" I did not check its background and I found out later the father was inbred and had to be put to sleep because it attacked the owner. Mine was a year old and was my wifes baby and she crawled in his bed to get something out one day and he latched on to her arm and started to attack her, I was not home she finally gor loose and shut him in the cage and locked it. She called me and was telling me waht happened and I could hear him in the background growling like a rabid dog I came home and took him to the vet and had him put to sleep. RIP Chopper
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/\ Which why you have to do your background checks on pure bread animals.
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True, but you get the point.....many different breeds that are labelled as pits are not American Pit Bull Terriers. If anyone cares they are: Presa Canario, Cane Corso Mastiff, and Dogo Argentino. So, a large percentage of reported "pit bull attacks" aren't even pit bulls.
Exactly... Now, the exception that makes the rule would be Chows...
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Pure bread is just a nicer way of saying inbread. All pure breeds of dogs are genetically predispositioned to have problems.
So what about people who are 100% Italian, German, Indian, and so on?
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So what about people who are 100% Italian, German, Indian, and so on?
They are inbred at some point or other. We all are.
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So should we kill all of us also? :dunno: I sense a paradox.
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So should we kill all of us also? :dunno: I sense a paradox.
I didn't say to kill them because they were "inbred", but yes.
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Puppy farms and trashy backyard breeders, yes, most of those dogs are probably inbred. A respected breeder who cares about their dogs, probably not inbred. I have met a few people that breed pitbulls and turn away most everyone that comes to buy one of their pups, even with cash in hand, because they don't think they are mature or responsible enough to own one of their puppies or they suspect they want to fight them. Thats a good breeder in my book

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They are ALL inbred. We are ALL inbred. END of story. DAMN my shift key.
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So, all living creatures are inbred and inherently dispositioned to be aggressive and attack each other for no reason?
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So, all living creatures are inbred and inherently dispositioned to be aggressive and attack each other for no reason?
that would explain the middle east now wouldnt it?
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Hahahaha, I was just about to edit my post and add that word for word.
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