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Old 01-18-2010, 08:24 PM
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a 56-year-old man who was apparently fatally mauled by his daughter's pit bulls.

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...show_article=1
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Old 01-19-2010, 01:52 AM
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I wonder if the food stamps cover dog food?
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I wonder if the food stamps cover dog food?
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Answer- no, thats why they had the 3 other kids so the welfare check, I mean you and I, would help cover it!
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Old 01-19-2010, 02:28 AM
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I think pit bulls can be great dogs, but when you have a pack running around you're asking for trouble.
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I wonder if the food stamps cover dog food?

You think their house has wheels on it?
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"Neighbors said there was no sign of dog fighting at the residence, and that Wilson had never seemed to have any problem with the dogs in the past."

What happend to the old pittbull thread? It was getting lots of attention and then got flushed to the bildge. There was a great wealth of info on the frequency and ferocity of pitt attacks. Now we gotta start all over...
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And ill start over by once again saying If I see a pit bull im my back yard it will meet my Model 500 Mossberg.
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I think pit bulls can be great dogs, but when you have a pack running around you're asking for trouble.
So since this is getting underway.....

What's so great about pittbulls that you cannot get from another breed not known for mauling tots and elderly folks visciously to death?
Just wonderin.
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Originally Posted by starmonk View Post
So since this is getting underway.....

What's so great about pittbulls that you cannot get from another breed not known for mauling tots and elderly folks visciously to death?
Just wonderin.

So, the previous 90 page thread wasnt enough time or info to get your opinion across? You know, the thread that got deleted?
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So, the previous 90 page thread wasnt enough time or info to get your opinion across? You know, the thread that got deleted?
Just trying to catch up to the "accomplished" posters...

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Originally Posted by starmonk View Post
So since this is getting underway.....

What's so great about pittbulls that you cannot get from another breed not known for mauling tots and elderly folks visciously to death?
Just wonderin.
I have always wondered the same - the only thing they seem to have been bred for is fighting...

Maybe people "rescue" them from dogfighting????
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My dad once told my GSD to lay down (platz) but accidentally used the bite command (packen) so my dog reluctantly obliged lol. It was only a little scrape though, cause he didn't really want to bite him
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Originally Posted by starmonk View Post
Just trying to catch up to the "accomplished" posters...

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That is a good point. . . . .
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Originally Posted by wildgeechi View Post
My dad once told my GSD to lay down (platz) but accidentally used the bite command (packen) so my dog reluctantly obliged lol. It was only a little scrape though, cause he didn't really want to bite him

That is hilarious. Glad it was just a scratch, but if it where my family, that story would be told early and often.
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Originally Posted by doughnut View Post
So, the previous 90 page thread wasnt enough time or info to get your opinion across? You know, the thread that got deleted?
Not deleted. Just dormant.
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That is hilarious. Glad it was just a scratch, but if it where my family, that story would be told early and often.
It is told everytime I bring my dog to his house, which is every time I go to his house lol
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Originally Posted by starmonk View Post
So since this is getting underway.....

What's so great about pittbulls that you cannot get from another breed not known for mauling tots and elderly folks visciously to death?
Just wonderin.
I agree with you on that. I personally am a Lab guy. My point was I don't know why anyone would have a pack of any potentially viscious dogs running around their house.
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