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A well bred Pit Bull WOULDN"T

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by Alan, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. Alan

    Alan Banned

    A well bred Pit Bull WOULDN"T

    Here is your chance to be the author. Insert anything you wish here. Name anything you think a well bred Pit Bull WOULD NOT DO!
     
  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    A well bred pit bull would not attack a human, no matter what.
     
  3. The Diesel

    The Diesel Big Dog

    First thing that came to mind was "be fat" but i guess ownership has alot to do with that.
     
  4. monkeys23

    monkeys23 GRCH Dog

    That is exactly what I would have said.
     
  5. The Diesel

    The Diesel Big Dog

    I think its easier to say what a well bred APBT would do instead of wouldnt do.
     
  6. Pit Bulldog

    Pit Bulldog Little Dog

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with an apbt protecting its owner from a real threat. To conclude that an apbt is not well bred unless it tucks its tail and runs while someone is trying to hurt you or your family is simply wrong. There have always been plenty off exceptionally bred apbt's that would bite the living crap out of you if you physically attacked their owner. :D

    There is a difference between what is considered a man-biter and an apbt that will protect under the right circumstances. Dont take my word for it. Just go get some books written about the breed before 1985 or so. Better yet go find someone who has been breeding these dogs for about 40 or 50 years and ask them.
     
  7. screamin'eagle

    screamin'eagle Good Dog

    A well bred Pit Bull WOULDN"T ...

    have a dew claw on his back feet! LMAO
     
  8. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    I'm talking about a apbt that is wired the wrong way. Maybe I should of clarified that for you. I think everyone here can tell the difference between a dog that' s not wired correctly and a dog that will project it's family from harm.
     
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  9. Pit Bulldog

    Pit Bulldog Little Dog

    My bad, I must have incorrectly interpreted the phrase 'no matter what'. Being a moron I thought it meant exactly what it said. I better take that remedial english comprehension class again. Damn, I am stupid.
     
  10. Madeleinemom

    Madeleinemom MS Bites, My Dog Didn't Staff Member Super Moderator

    ... would not have chewed immense holes in those nice comforters my Mom sent from Europe :eek:
     
  11. bahamutt99

    bahamutt99 Stealth ninja

    A well-bred Pit Bull wouldn't have its eyeballs pop out as it walks down stairs.
     
  12. Alan

    Alan Banned

    How about quit? Is that a sound statement? I didnt define quit what. You tell me.
     
  13. bahamutt99

    bahamutt99 Stealth ninja

    Under the right circumstances, they'll all quit. Some sensible ol' dogman said that. ;)
     
  14. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    The title of this thread is: A WELL BRED pit bull wouldn't...............................

    wouldn't bite a human, no matter what. We are not talking about your dog protecting you from a real threat. Start another thread if it interests you.
     
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  15. :omg: Go after your son...................................... :mad: No, it wasn't Smooch!!!!!!! I will explain later!
     
  16. diva

    diva Good Dog

    I will have to agree with Pit Bulldog. You said "A well bred pit bull wouldn't bite a human, no matter what." This means the dog would not bite under any circumstances.
    If there were exceptions, you should not have included "no matter what". Maybe a better statement would be....A well bred pit bull wouldn't bite a human that is not a threat.
     
  17. diva

    diva Good Dog

    A well bred pit bull wouldn't have a poor temperament.
     
  18. diva

    diva Good Dog

    A well bred pit bull wouldn't have a lot of health problems.
     
  19. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    I'm sticking by my post.
     
  20. This had me thinking. Bite vs. not to bite when threatened.

    What are the odds of a dog biting the right person vs. an innocent bystandard? I know I don't see a lot of "Pit bull (or even dog for that matter) saves family/person from serial killer/murderer/burglary gone badly, etc." I do see a lot of children being bittern by family pets, we all know the headlines. So is it because we don't hear about the heroes or is there just not that many of them?

    We would all love to believe are beloved dogs would protect us, but do most of our dogs have what it would really take? It's a lot of pressure to put on a dog.
     

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