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Pit Bull Guard Dog

Discussion in 'Dog Debates' started by echo., Jan 21, 2011.

  1. alex123

    alex123 Big Dog

    100% agree
     
  2. bamaman

    bamaman Big Dog

    i would agree!

    I agree Tera
     
  3. camerina

    camerina Puppy



    :) agreed!!! my husband had a pit (was put down not too long ago becasue of old age) who was a great guard dog. he barked to let ppl know to stay away and if he caught you in his back yard with out my husband or me he would grab your arm or leg. (it always happend to our friends because he was a verry sweet dog and they could belive that he would bit) lol he never really hurt anyone. it was just to show them who was boss i guess :)
    and on the other hand our 4 year old pit only wants to play! so we have recently installed a house alarm. :lol:
     

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