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#199 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Aw so cute <3 I think he wants to play!

From personal experience they are blood thirsty monsters, but I have known one pitbull that wouldn't hurt a fly because my cousin raised it well. Though the other one that was raised well too decided to kill a random puppy in a park. Tasers just fueled it's thirst for blood.
#250 to #199 - psykobear ONLINE
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(04/02/2013) [-]
You must have met some ****** up people to have taught the dogs to be terrible like that, or the previous owners were.
#252 to #250 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Yes, and I learn from it. Don't interact with pitbulls because they can **** you up. I already knew, I mean I can see a random animal and not know what it is, but if it is big with sharp teeth, don't **** with it. I mean, it's obvious the one in the picture is nice, but that doesn't go for all of them.
#253 to #252 - psykobear ONLINE
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You missed my point entirely...
I was saying that the people who owned the pitbulls must have been terrible to it to make the dog so aggressive...
Or the previous owner was.
The aggression is learned, not instinct. They are born with the capability to become lethal, but aren't until either someone teaches them to be so, or abuses them.
#256 to #253 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
...It is instinct. Plus I knew the owner since it was my cousin. She is training to be a vet since she loves animals so much. She raised both pitbulls at the different times and one was really sweet, and the other really aggressive. She isn't exactly the gangster mean type, so the pitbull killed because she wanted to. The dogs wasn't even half her size and was no threat. She has also bitten other humans, she had to be put down. Kinda sad, but the other one was nice.
#207 to #199 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
But I know not all are killers, but I know not to go up to one unless I know it's nice. Same for other dogs, especially pitbulls.
#356 to #207 - friendlypitbull
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That's because pitbulls attract ******* and gangster-wannabes who raise them to be cunts.
They ruin the breed for everyone and i'm sorry one had bitten you.
#357 to #356 - anonymouzx
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(02/07/2014) [-]
Well I can tell you're a friendly pitbull. I guess some dogs really are racist.
#358 to #357 - friendlypitbull
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(02/07/2014) [-]
That's true. It's not only humans that are scared of what they don't understand. Just like some dogs don't understand why people would look so different to their owner.
My dog doesn't like turban people.
#223 to #199 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I knew I would get red thumbed, but nobody wants to reply to me saying how i'm "wrong". I personally seen real attacks, not on camera.
#234 to #199 - dirtywizarder **User deleted account**
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#245 to #234 - capslockrage
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I have, twice
both times I had no clue it was going to happen, just walking down the sidewalk and then it latches onto my leg, both times breaking skin, both times leaving scars.
Completely unprovoked.
#239 to #234 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Yeah haha. People say don't judge, but we evolved to know not to **** with things with sharp teeth.
#301 - rmoran
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Bitch please, I get all the chicks.
#288 - jmspock
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#295 to #288 - populardude
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#285 - fuckinniggers
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(04/02/2013) [-]
another vicious labrador
#304 to #285 - fuckberries
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(04/02/2013) [-]
...are labradors knows as being vicious?
#318 to #304 - fuckinniggers
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(04/02/2013) [-]
no lol
#279 - falconxmard
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Too much cuteness
Too much cuteness
#217 - joeyxxxx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
today while high as **** my friend showed us a video of a huge dog i think a great dane playing with a little tiny kitten he was being gentle then he opens his mouth and swallows the thing and it died so ****** haha
#220 to #217 - DrPeppir
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Pics or it never happened.
#257 to #220 - benighted
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wait, you are asking someone... on the internet... who has possession of a computer, which is capable of altering any photograph in existence in any way... to prove something to you with photographic evidence? ....
#270 to #257 - DrPeppir
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Wait, are you saying someone who was 'high as ***** and has terrible grammar is capable of doing any of that?
#277 to #270 - benighted
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(04/02/2013) [-]
yes...
#212 - dewlimely
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I'm actually a dog trainer and I love Pit Bulls. Honestly, it's all about how the parents raise them. They take a lot of work to be good, because instinctively ( especially with puppy teeth ) they constantly have to bite. ( It's a lock jaw mechinism too. ) If you use positive training and motivation, they will be just as good as any other dog. (:
#227 to #212 - plaruti
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(04/02/2013) [-]
If you were actually a trainer you'd know that is the biggest misconception about Pit Bulls ever.
It's not the owner, well behaved pit bulls in great loving homes can snap and attack for no reason.

This is because of an inherited gene that is passed down from past generations of pit bulls bred for fighting. We'll call this the "fight gene"
(REMEMBER THIS IS THE CASE FOR DOGS OF ANY BREED, BUT IS MOST COMMON AMONG PIT BULLS BECAUSE OF THE POPULARITY OF THEIR FIGHTS)
The fight gene is impossible to eradicate. Consider this: Female pit bull bred for fighting mates with pit bull that has no history of the fight gene: their offspring will have a 100% chance of having the "fight gene" but only a 50% chance of acting upon it. So the puppies may never act out.

Lets go a few generations down the line of no acts of aggression ever happening:
The 5th generation puppies from that original pair has a 6.25% chance on acting upon the "fight gene" (remember the fight gene is passed down 100% of the time. always)
For no reason, at all, no aggressive stimulant, no one provoking, nothing, the dog just snaps. It acts upon it's fight gene and will attack anything near by without restraint. It happens.

I've owned 3 pit bulls and have never had any trouble, but I know there will always be a chance.
#237 to #227 - dewlimely
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I am still a trainer. ( Thanks. ) I didn't know that though.

Either way, the owner still has a lot to do with it.
#242 to #237 - plaruti
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(04/02/2013) [-]
ah, i apologize. I should stop assuming everyone's taken the law enforcement classes for training.
my dad and I have been training police dogs for about 10 years now with the local department. And what I described is the reason you wont see pit bulls in military or law enforcement settings. Too unpredictable.

amazing dogs though =3
(and i'm predicting all of the red thumbs are from people that wont read everything i typed, they'll read the first two sentences and stop)
#246 to #242 - willdabeast
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I actually read it all the way through and I agree that genes like that are passed, I have a lab/pit mix and even he's gotten upset enough to growl and bark at someone. He's never bit anyone in anger only whenever he plays. He just thinks he's a lapdog....he weighs about 75 lb.s
#247 to #246 - plaruti
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(04/02/2013) [-]
haha adorbs
#248 to #247 - willdabeast
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Everyone freaks out when I walk him though, mostly because he's so well trained that I don't need a leash for him. They see his brindle coat and FLIP THEIR UNHOLY ****. I have had to pull him off of another dog when he's playing too rough. Some faggot thought he could do that job for me by grabbing him by the neck and choking him. I showed him that it's not right by poking him in the ass with my Glock 9mm.
#283 to #227 - linkalicious
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I can't I simply can not contain my rage against this. I usually ignore everything stupid or judgmental comment. But when it comes to animals, sir... YA DUN GOOFED now.    
   
Saying &quot;it's in their fight genes&quot; No. Just no. They are like that due to their natural muscle. So an animal that has natural muscle is a fighter or very aggressive dog that can snap at any time? No. That is like saying a white person is racist agiasnt anything that is isn't white. Why and/or how? &quot;oh because it is how they were raised or how they grew up.&quot; It's just plain stupid.   
   
It does involve the owner 100%... If a black person raised by a above middle-class white family, that is not racist and believes in equality, since they day he was born (don't be witty with my FJ let's say he is adopted, don't get smart with that either) is he going to go all ghetto at any given moment or bust a ***** up? No. Because he was raised right. Same with animals. If we raise them to be kind to everyone and anything. That can be done by raising them right when they are puppies, everything is easily crafted when young. They will never snap unless it involves protecting their owner.    
   
If you don't know that, then I quit.
I can't I simply can not contain my rage against this. I usually ignore everything stupid or judgmental comment. But when it comes to animals, sir... YA DUN GOOFED now.

Saying "it's in their fight genes" No. Just no. They are like that due to their natural muscle. So an animal that has natural muscle is a fighter or very aggressive dog that can snap at any time? No. That is like saying a white person is racist agiasnt anything that is isn't white. Why and/or how? "oh because it is how they were raised or how they grew up." It's just plain stupid.

It does involve the owner 100%... If a black person raised by a above middle-class white family, that is not racist and believes in equality, since they day he was born (don't be witty with my FJ let's say he is adopted, don't get smart with that either) is he going to go all ghetto at any given moment or bust a ***** up? No. Because he was raised right. Same with animals. If we raise them to be kind to everyone and anything. That can be done by raising them right when they are puppies, everything is easily crafted when young. They will never snap unless it involves protecting their owner.

If you don't know that, then I quit.
#297 to #283 - plaruti
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(04/02/2013) [-]
lol you have no idea what you're talking about.
shih tzu's were BRED to be annoying lap dogs
American German Shepherds were BRED for dog shows and are far less intelligent than the German
The aggressive nature was bred into pit bulls (NOT EVERY SINGLE ONE as you can clearly ******* see i typed in my first comment)
I said "fight gene" as a figurative means to understand the select breeding process for select pit bulls, so i wouldn't have to type that **** out every time.
some pit bulls have ZERO trace of aggressive breeding in them. ****************, some ancestors have passed it down.
Why do you think we cant use them in law enforcement? they're unpredictable.

http://www.pitbull411.com/history.html

here you go, learn something
#202 - thatkiddonovan
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(04/02/2013) [-]
First it was German Shepherds   
Then Dobermans    
Then American Bulldogs   
Now Pitbulls.   
   
   
We're the vicious animals. Not them.
First it was German Shepherds
Then Dobermans
Then American Bulldogs
Now Pitbulls.


We're the vicious animals. Not them.
#139 - peggscott
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Pitbulls are very good dogs, the way they turn out is decided by how they are raised....
#145 to #139 - douthit
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(04/02/2013) [-]
It should be completely legal to own a pitbull of course, but how is it that 90% of dog attacks on the news are from pitbulls? Are the vast majority of pitbull owners fighting them?
#178 to #145 - tacticulbacon ONLINE
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Pitbulls were bred to fight.It's too bad we humans had to **** up their genetics so that they have violent tendencies, regardless of how they are raised.
#112 - likeabosspwn
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I have a pitbull and he is the most laid back dog I know. He is nothing like they are made out to be, or how they are said to be dangerous.
#123 to #112 - bongobongo
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I had a pit bull once. A bunch of stuff happened. Let's just say that now my neighbor doesn't have any chickens anymore.
#114 to #112 - likeabosspwn
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#44 - MythBuster
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(04/01/2013) [-]
one time i was walking my dog and a pitbull ran up on my left side and i took my dog from my right side and threw her between me and the pitbull.. my dog actually fought the pitbull off even though she is half the size
#119 to #44 - anon
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Holy ****, I hope you made that up. What's wrong with you? Damn, child.
#58 to #44 - thedudeistheman
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(04/01/2013) [-]
I'm no expert, but it sounds like you took your relatively small dog and used her as a shield to protect you. Sounds kinda mean.
#92 to #58 - anon
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(04/02/2013) [-]
that or the dog stood up for itself and myth was just too scared/taken aback to do anything at that moment, the encounter probably lasted much less than 30 seconds
#93 to #92 - thedudeistheman
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> "i took my dog from my right side and threw her between me and the pitbull"

It probably wasn't that long, but s/he said they took their dog and put them in the middle.
#222 to #93 - MythBuster
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(04/02/2013) [-]
My dog may be kind of small but she is the alpha bitch for sure,, she fought that pitbull off and walked away with her head held up high. She has NEVER been made beta to anyone but my dad and myself
#226 to #222 - thedudeistheman
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I really could keep taking that same quote again and again. It's increasingly difficult to believe you because you're trying to change what you said originally to such a drastically different story. Going from "putting her in the middle" to "she straight up fought a mofo" is a hard transition to make.
#238 to #226 - MythBuster
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Haha that's funny because if you weren't retarded you would see that in both comments I clearly put "fought the/that pitbull off"
#243 to #238 - thedudeistheman
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If you weren't so rude and just started saying things, and actually re-read your comment, you'd understand you wrote both things. The comment:

" ... i took my dog from my right side and threw her between me and the pitbull ... my dog actually fought the pitbull off ... "

Maybe your dog did fight the pitbull off, but you put that statement after the one that says you put your dog in-between yourself and the pitbull. Maybe you intended it to sound different. I always tend to say things that make sense in my head but they come out differently. If you're willing to carry on in a calm and collected manner, I'll be willing to see what you have to say.
#315 to #243 - MythBuster
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I know what a pitbull can do to a person so yes, I took my dog and put her in between me and the pitbull because she has a better chance of scarring off the pitbull.. One other thing that I forgot to mention is that I wasn't wearing shoes so booting the mut in the head wouldn't have done ****
#308 - YoDawgWeHeard
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I don't wish to be bashed, but I wish to enlighten others of my opinion with the hopes of opening some eyes to my views. I appreciate those who will reasonably share their rebuttals with me, as I am open to viewing things differently. With that being said, I shall begin.

Pitbulls are great dogs. They can love like other dogs, unconditionally. However, I will never own one. Why? Because it IS true that they snap. They lose their minds without any warning sign, and often take it out on humans. Is it their fault? I do not believe so. A lot of it does have to do with the way they are bread, and raised. As a whole, the pitbull species is known to belong to hardcore people, dog fighters, and badasses.

However, there are more stories on the news about pitbulls attacking innocent humans, especially babies, and killing them. A lot of it DOES have to do with the power these dogs unknowingly possess. The same "snap" can happen to any type of dog, and often does, but those dogs don't possess the physical power to harm humans. For this reason alone, I do not agree with the possession of pitbulls.

Like I said. I'm not here to start an argument, and will gladly listen to your side, as I'm sure many users here have which refute mine.
#354 to #308 - friendlypitbull
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(02/07/2014) [-]
They only say they "snap" because the owners never understand that they are mistreating their dogs nor do they see the signs of aggression. Children are mostly uneducated on how to handle dogs, they will pull their ears, will not respect their space and can't see the body language of a dog that does not want to be touched.
I work at a shelter, i've seen many dogs bite the employees including pitbulls amongst many other breeds. Never have i once see one go from a perfectly good dog to a vicious killer. They start by lowly wagging their tail, their ears go back and their eyes go wide, you can sense how uncomfortable they are feeling. They don't just "snap" and anyone with a basic understanding of a dogs' body language would know not to go near a dog acting like that.
As for the news stories, it's sensationalism. Pit bulls are big, people like hating them. False facts are put out like "they're the most vicious dogs" when actually they're the most reported. Many studies have proved that they are one of the least likely dogs to bite, but they attract the worst kind of owners and attention. You know what was the most likely dog to bite? Sausage dogs, but you never see them being reported because nobody is interested. Think about it this way, for every reported pitbull that bite there is 10.6 million that haven't, they're a severely over-bred breed and the most abused breed.
#317 to #308 - fedegon
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You have a good argument, however I couldn't help but notice "the way they are bread".
#341 to #308 - icametocomment ONLINE
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Your argument is well-founded and I respect that. It's true pitbulls are extremely strong and fast, and could majorly **** someone up, moreso than, say, a chihuahua. Especially if they've been mistreated. But they, like many dogs, have an amazing penchant to forgive and recover. My dog is a rescue from a neglectful home. When my aunt started fostering her, she was skin and bones and would leave the room if someone shouted or swatted a flyswatter. She's so terrified of water that she shakes when we try to bathe her and once tried to chew her way into the garage when we left her in the rain. She's now fat, happy, and sleeps on my bed almost every night.

Maybe she has the genes to be a killer. But in the meantime, I will continue to give her belly rubs and laugh when's she scared to go upstairs because a cat one tenth her size is sitting on the steps.
#280 - gunguru
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#254 - thebasisst
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(04/02/2013) [-]
My big bully :)
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#169 - teenytinyspider
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Love the expression on the dog's face in the last panel. It just says,"Dude, I'm in a basket of bunnies with a chick on my head...THIS IS SO CUTE! :D"
#168 - mexirican
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(04/02/2013) [-]
i want a gottiline or razors edge pit. too bad they're like 1500 bucks and i gotta save money for a ps4
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#102 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/02/2013) [-]
>Go on FunnyJunk
>Upload content containing 'cute' animals
>Make sure content is completely devoid of actual humor
>?????????
>PROFIT
#8 - liquidz
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#300 - soultheft
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(04/02/2013) [-]
yet again my favorite breed thats all love an cherishing