Read desc too. I don't expect this to get front page, i just wanted to educate anyone that's interested. The thing is, i got a pitbull puppy from a "fight
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Read desc too

Read desc too. I don't expect this to get front page, i just wanted to educate anyone that's interested. The thing is, i got a pitbull puppy from a "fight

I don't expect this to get front page, i just wanted to educate anyone that's interested. The thing is, i got a pitbull puppy from a "fight breeder" 7 years ago, ever since he's been my best friend. I never imagined my first dog to be a pitbull (i thought it'd be a husky) but my god i've fallen in love with this little guy. It breaks my heart with all the bad looks i get in the street, the bad press and the police asking what breed he is (i say he's a staffie so he doesn't get put to sleep)
If he got put to sleep for just his breed, oh god i don't know what i'd do. He'd never hurt a person, and i've raised him right. We have 3 cats too and they're all best friends. I really wish these macho faggots would stop adopting such an amazing breed of dog and giving them a bad name.

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#54 - agentmoleman (10/22/2013) [-]
But they make the most horrible noises..
#201 to #54 - crellow (10/22/2013) [-]
touché
touché
#306 to #54 - superbanned (10/22/2013) [-]
But i like some of his music...
#317 to #306 - xnotcreative (10/22/2013) [-]
It seems that whenever an artist is bashed on, there always has to be one faggot that has to disagree in the most passive way ever.
#323 to #317 - airforceman (10/22/2013) [-]
Then **** you, I like Pitbull's music and I don't give a **** .
#360 to #323 - xnotcreative (10/22/2013) [-]
Better.
#346 to #317 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
I 			******		 your mom last night while listening to Lil Wayne
I ****** your mom last night while listening to Lil Wayne
#355 to #346 - xnotcreative (10/22/2013) [-]
If I'm adopted, why would I care whether or not you ****** my mom?
User avatar #496 to #306 - mrheisenberg (10/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, he's not that bad. But this was a very well set up joke, being that it was so fitting, and a lot of people don't like his Spanglish style.


Wait this is the internet

**** YOU HE SUCKS
User avatar #6 - fuzzysixx ONLINE (10/22/2013) [-]
Cannot be bred to be friendly? What do you think domestication is? The way an animal is raised is the main factor that affects their behavior, but breeding does have an affect.
#7 to #6 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
Domestication wasn't done through selective breeding, it was animals loosing their wild instinct though generations and taking in our world as their new habitat. Domesticating a animal takes hundreds of generations, and pitbulls are a long-domesticated breed.
User avatar #8 to #7 - fuzzysixx ONLINE (10/22/2013) [-]
It was from selective breeding, because the less friendly animals wouldn't be kept and bred if they caused too much trouble. A breeder in Russia has bred ~46 generations of red foxes that are close to being considered domesticated.

Everyone knows that pit bulls are domesticated, unless they are complete retards. I wasn't arguing that they aren't.
#11 to #8 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
But they're not friendlier by genetics. The friendlier wolves are more likely to have had more contact with humans, they'd obviously breed the friendly wolves because they're easier to approach and handle. Animals in zoos are becoming more friendly by generations because that's what becomes natural for them, genetics aside. Domestication is nurture, not nature.
User avatar #218 to #11 - InfiniteFetus (10/22/2013) [-]
This is the experiment you guys were discussing. It's a little late after the fact, but I figure you might appreciate it nonetheless. It's from a documentary called "Dogs Decoded" and is available on Netflix.

Domesticated Fox Experiment
User avatar #193 to #7 - baaltomekk (10/22/2013) [-]
even more than a hundred generations. See cats for example, they get domesticated for nearly 10000 years now, and they still have a lot of their wild instincts. Dogs are just further down this path, as they are domesticated for at least 35000 years now.
#336 to #6 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
I think they meant "cannot be born to be friendly or mean based on genetics", not "raised", in this case
#55 to #6 - afghanautopilot (10/22/2013) [-]
They are doing this with foxes in Russia. Real mafakkin' change in behaviour within 3-4 generations independent of how they are raised.
#62 - motherfuckingkenji (10/22/2013) [-]
I would be pretty concerned if the world viewed my pet as vicious.
#168 to #62 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
I always get commercials to make a facebook profile, or 6 reasons why god exists. I am interested in niether <.< >.>
User avatar #411 to #62 - alexsinco (10/22/2013) [-]
i had 3 hamsters once. One of them would always steal the food and hide it in his little house and wouldn't let the other two eat. We didn't notice until one morning when the other two were dead and half eaten and a huge pile of food was in the other hamster's house. Crazy ************ that thing, was white and had red eyes.
#435 to #411 - cokemule (10/22/2013) [-]
You sir/madam have just made me laugh very heartily, thank you for that
#105 to #62 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
The Peruvian flute bands keep us safe.
#343 to #94 - inkizzableman (10/22/2013) [-]
In 2020s they blame the pug
#243 to #94 - rakoom (10/22/2013) [-]
After they've blamed the videogames, if we're lucky.
#4 - themightyra (10/22/2013) [-]
This is too good to be true.
#353 to #4 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
Cant keep my eyes off of you....
#147 to #4 - ifsaz **User deleted account** (10/22/2013) [-]
Why would someone want to give steroids to his/her dog...
#34 to #4 - chrislee (10/22/2013) [-]
I think it's select advertising.
They are based off of what the content is.
#67 to #34 - macbookfan (10/22/2013) [-]
Also, since i think google are doing the ads, it might be based off similar things that has been searched for..
#128 - majorspudman (10/22/2013) [-]
I hate people who judge dogs, i have 2 german shepherds. They are the softest and dumbest things you'll meet. When they were puppies people would come over and speak to us about them. Now people give me looks when i walk them, cross the road and take their dogs away from ours. They are scared of the rain and the hoover, so inb4 they could be viscous.
PS pic related it's them
#194 to #128 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
#403 to #128 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
#124 - unncommon (10/22/2013) [-]
This whole post is bull **** .
Pitt's are viscous killers. Even your nightmares will have nightmares about these ******* dogs.
>pic related, it's my murderous hell-hound. Just the other day she ate a lizard and **** in the fire place. this is the face of evil.
User avatar #291 to #124 - brewswillis (10/22/2013) [-]
i think you meant ************
#178 to #124 - olisaurus (10/22/2013) [-]
2fierce
2fierce
User avatar #450 to #392 - unncommon (10/22/2013) [-]
I don't get it.
#144 - xodia (10/22/2013) [-]
Labradors? Vicious? Look at this fluffy little ****** , he wouldn't by wouldn't I mean couldn't, he's dumb as **** hurt a fly
User avatar #153 to #144 - SognaVetr (10/22/2013) [-]
That's not a labrador.
User avatar #167 to #153 - xodia (10/22/2013) [-]
Are you ******* retarded?
#220 - travrob (10/22/2013) [-]
My pretty puppy getting ready to play twister
User avatar #502 to #222 - subadanus ONLINE (10/23/2013) [-]
Try You need to login to view this link

(Google it that's probably not even the right link.)
#247 - jacksterlad (10/22/2013) [-]
Do you think this report is slightly biased?
User avatar #260 to #247 - tylosaurus ONLINE (10/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, seems pretty biased. If anything, there should at least be sources that support any of this.
#268 to #247 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
It's my understanding that some pitbull breeds are violent, due to genetics where the brain simply is too big for the skull, not owner related but there are some bad genes in circulation
User avatar #300 to #258 - twistedwoodthing (10/22/2013) [-]
I can't even remember what this post was about any more, I'm enjoying the Steve Buscemi too much.
#298 to #297 - waterbottlemanboy (10/22/2013) [-]
I don't know why I have these
#12 - mondprinzessin (10/22/2013) [-]
i have a bull terrier and she is the nicest dog i have ever had
and the funnest, most social, and well behaved as well
she is also deaf
User avatar #74 to #12 - Tusura ONLINE (10/22/2013) [-]
I had a bull terrier named Samson who was awesome.
I've also had a labrador, a pitt bull and currently have a bull mastiff.

Dogs are awesome.
User avatar #344 to #5 - commontroll (10/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, what Anon said. Terriers are bred to be pound for pound some of the most badass dogs around.
#32 to #5 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
Dachshunds, good sir. AKA the "badger dog". AKA the dog that goes into a den of a mother ******* badger and slaughters those ******* .
User avatar #41 to #32 - Onemanretardpack (10/22/2013) [-]
Corgi master race
#377 - edgarallenbro (10/22/2013) [-]
This pic sums it up pretty well
User avatar #244 - landerp (10/22/2013) [-]
-althoug
-drawfed
-Pitbulls are highly intelligent, willing and love learning new tricks, this is why they make brilliant working dogs!
-dog experts do not consider pitbulls as a dangerous breed, or any breed in fact!
-How would you feel is the world looked at your pet like this?

If you're going to go through all this trouble to write out this whole "informative" page, you might want to consider spellchecking or at least mastering third grade grammar skills.
#103 - fuckinniggers (10/22/2013) [-]
I agree that most pit-bulls are raised by idiots who get them just to look cool. In fact my neighbor got one and he pays absolutely no attention to it. It worries me because he also doesn't take care of his fence and I don't want it breaking into my backyard and then attacking my dogs.   
Mfw looking into my neighbor's backyard.
I agree that most pit-bulls are raised by idiots who get them just to look cool. In fact my neighbor got one and he pays absolutely no attention to it. It worries me because he also doesn't take care of his fence and I don't want it breaking into my backyard and then attacking my dogs.
Mfw looking into my neighbor's backyard.
#20 - whiterice (10/22/2013) [-]
My pet is a pit and hes the ******* friendliest animal ever (he's half lab too)
User avatar #68 to #20 - BerryLicious ONLINE (10/22/2013) [-]
He's gorgeous
User avatar #474 to #20 - gorilladinn (10/22/2013) [-]
I just want to kiss his little nose
#56 to #20 - swordwoman (10/22/2013) [-]
Who's a cutie pie! YES you are!!
Who's a cutie pie! YES you are!!
#106 to #20 - doddythechef (10/22/2013) [-]
i have the exact same sitting on me at the moment
#82 - Abisbowa (10/22/2013) [-]
I have two pitbulls (Bessie: fawn and white, Athena: bridal) , and I can honestly say the only viscous thing about them is their gas.

Bessie was a rescue, you can see her story and before and after pictures here: You need to login to view this link
User avatar #179 to #82 - abstract ONLINE (10/22/2013) [-]
I looked at the before and after pictures. Thank you so much for providing a good home for her.
#186 to #82 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
brindle, not bridal

that made me laugh for a minute straight
but cute dogs
User avatar #472 to #82 - roflsaucer (10/22/2013) [-]
You might want to get your dogs checked if their farts are viscous.
User avatar #101 to #82 - buttplugmaster (10/22/2013) [-]
>the only vicious thing about them is their gas

oh god lol I've got an Akita, he likes to come up to your face and burp, so that feel is known.
#362 - eattacos (10/22/2013) [-]
You should do a post about Rottweilers next!

Picture related: It's my german rottie when he was 8 weeks old. (:
User avatar #372 to #362 - playerdous (10/22/2013) [-]
Just through in a little greyhound and presto you got a doberman.
User avatar #375 to #362 - eattacos (10/22/2013) [-]
I just realized how large that picture is, dear lord.
#239 - anon (10/22/2013) [-]
actually animals CAN be bread to vicious or friendly. There's lots of research on this, for example the foxes that were selectively bread to be vicious or very docile.
#190 - allisonisrad (10/22/2013) [-]
Actually, you CAN breed dogs to have certain temperaments, although the environment will affect the personality as well. This goes into the nature vs. nurture debate.
User avatar #255 to #190 - demigodofmadness (10/22/2013) [-]
I'm pretty biased towards the nurture side of the debate.
I believe nature determines physical traits and intelligence, and anything else is a result of environmental factors, for all living creatures, which implies I believe homosexuality is a result of ones environment not something you're born with but it does not mean that I am in anyway against homosexuality or gay marriage.
User avatar #373 to #255 - theflamealchemist (10/22/2013) [-]
couple of points I'd like to raise.
Intelligence, while obviously affected by genetics, is also heavily influenced by environment. I like to think that genetics provides a range of potential intelligence, and environment determines where in that range actuality lies. Of course, this part is extremely hard to prove since intelligence tests are not always externally or even internally valid.
The same applies to a lot of factors, including temperament. Natural production of different chemicals plays a large part in temperament, which is a result of both genetics and environment.
Though sexuality is even harder to determine, since it isn't as black and white as people make it seem.
User avatar #486 to #373 - demigodofmadness (10/23/2013) [-]
Very true, I was implying that if nurture was kept constant then nature would completely determine intelligence. It's hard to determine, but I believe we are all born blank slates. And, in all honesty, we're all bi but we subconsciously believe we're not attracted to a gender. Kind of like how theres no reason you shouldn't be attracted to family but you're raised to believe it's gross. But I'm no expert, that's just common sense to me.
#500 to #486 - allisonisrad (10/23/2013) [-]
As for not being attracted to family:
Pheromones (which are scents given off by the body that are generally below the detectable level) will attract or not attract a mate. Families tend to have similarly smelling pheromones. In general, people are not attracted to pheromones that smell similar to their own. This may be an evolutionary tool to keep one from reproducing with one's family. Diversifying genes is a way to keep the gene pool from getting too small.
User avatar #487 to #486 - theflamealchemist (10/23/2013) [-]
well one would always determine the other if one was kept constant, or at least prove that the other was responsible.
It could be argued that it's also a genetic predisposition to not be attracted to family members, as it causes many genetic problems
User avatar #488 to #487 - demigodofmadness (10/23/2013) [-]
But if you didn't know it caused genetic problems how could that affect it? Learning that is nurture.
User avatar #489 to #488 - theflamealchemist (10/23/2013) [-]
or it could be instinct. Like being attracted to younger women.
#501 to #489 - allisonisrad (10/23/2013) [-]
Being attracted to younger women is evolutionarily driven as well. Being a younger women signifies that you have younger eggs. These are much more likely to be fertilized during sex and make it to birth without spontaneous abortion. Once you hit 40, you have a 50/50 chance of having a baby with Down's Syndrome. On the other hand, this is where "women want men with money" comes from. Evolutionarily speaking, after having a child, women need resources. If a man has more resources, they can care for the mother and child.
User avatar #490 to #489 - demigodofmadness (10/23/2013) [-]
Yea, but people in earlier civilizations DID have a problem with incest, and there was a lot of homosexuality. Then we were either having deformed babies or no babies so we were taught it was wrong. Naturally, we want to stick our dicks in everything that moves, we are genetically predisposed to desire sex, with anything. We just had to learn, nurture, what to have sex with, and then educate our children.

We don't instinctly know that we shouldn't have sex with family. Nor do we instinctly know not to have sex with animals, if a boy was raised by wolves and he saw wolves ******* each other, hell he'd probably try it.
User avatar #491 to #490 - theflamealchemist (10/23/2013) [-]
>earlier civilizations
it could be argued that we have evolved to learn not Some civilizations, such as the Greeks, had homosexual relationships as a sign of friendship, not as attempts to procreate. Which is a learned thing, but also means that it's not entirely instinctual to have sex with everything.
User avatar #492 to #491 - demigodofmadness (10/23/2013) [-]
It could be argued, I still stand by my theory. I understand greeks weren't trying to make babies, but I've always kinda believed the reason Christianity has deemed homosexuality was immoral is because certain groups of people may have found sex more fun with the same sex and those groups of people were dying out.
User avatar #493 to #492 - theflamealchemist (10/23/2013) [-]
That's a hypothesis, not a theory. And that doesn't make sense as more dominant religions and cultures at the time period weren't as opposed to homosexuality. Christianity only spread as much as it did because of the Romans, and the Old Testament had been written long before that.
User avatar #494 to #493 - demigodofmadness (10/23/2013) [-]
Again, I'm not saying the Old Testament was written to stop Romans and Greeks from being homosexual, I meant early groups of people around the time the bible was being written. I don't know how it was created, but I think, purely conjecture like everything I've said so far btw, there was one guy who claimed God spoke to him and wrote the bible saying it was Gods words and whenever he made rules or put a story in there it was to stop people from doing self detrimental things. But I don't know, nobody knows.

This has gotten a little bit off the topic of pitbulls.
#499 to #494 - allisonisrad (10/23/2013) [-]
I think you guys would be interested in the topic of epigenetics. It's a relatively recent field in the genetics and environment debate. Basically, they found the the environment can go in and literally alter the expression of genes. Proteins can bind to receptor sites in DNA. These changes can actually be passed down to offspring like unchanged genetics. It's very interesting.
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