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Borrow my dog.I love all dogs and have no prejudice against pit bulls. I go to the dog park a lot and today my dog who is a terrier-mix who met the weight requirement (30lbs) and my sister got bitten by a pit puppy, who was maybe around 40lbs. My dog and sis were fine as the puppy wasn't that big, but the owner yelled at me for having my dog in there and had to pry their dog off mine. She refused to leave the park so I was forced to because I was scared for my dog and her brother, a fat but short puggle. How do I handle this situation if I meet the puppy and his owner again? Any suggestions. The owner said I was discriminating bc her puppy was a pit, but I was just upset my dog and sis got bit.