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Posted: Jan 27 2012, 08:14 PM
Member No.: 37
Joined: 16-December 11
I think you guys are saying the same thing,almost, lol
There is lots of "bad" in many breeds,poodles are awful at times,terriers,even shepards, they bite more than any other breed I read somewhere.
I think what really matters is the capability if the breed,and its style of aggression, I don't think pits,and their close cousins really bite or go mean any more than other breeds,I think that when they do, the results are more devastating. That comes back to they need specialized handling,and precautions.
On an interesting side note,I also read somewhere the first attempts at the breed where done by the military as a bunker busting tool. Send in half a dozen pits,and you would certainly wreak havoc on a military bunker. I don't know how true it is though.
I had a 130lb Malamute for years,one of the loves of my life,and he was complete jerk. If he did not like someone,and usually he had good reason, he did not bluff,he would just take them down. My wife and I could not break him of this,so the simple solution was a 12 dollar muzzle for walks in town,and care when people where around.
His aggression was from a pack orientation attitude,and when I talked to the breeder, there was a vague mention of maybe some wolf was in the bloodline not to many generations back.
Often when you breed dogs with wolves you will get a number of pups that are just bad,nasty things, to the point where it really is not a good idea to cross them. With our dog it showed in his extreme pack orientation,resulting in aggression towards anyone he perceived as a threat to him, or my wife and I.
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Posted: Jan 27 2012, 10:34 PM
Member No.: 11
Joined: 15-February 11
my bad, when you said -'There are no good dogs or bad dogs. There are only responsible or irresponsible, so called, owners.' I took it as a slight, and put you on my shit-list.
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