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Old 06-18-2014, 10:08 AM
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About the middle of the video, was the pit doing a taste test to see which one he wanted later?

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Well we now have proof that Pitts are just the best pets to ever have as pets. That's if they don't snap and chew your face off.
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He is waiting for them to get bigger before he eats them.
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Originally Posted by fishingfun View Post
Well we now have proof that Pitts are just the best pets to ever have as pets. That's if they don't snap and chew your face off.
This.

Pits are fine dogs until that internal switch gets flipped and they try to kill someone.
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It's the owner not the dog blah blah blah
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Originally Posted by crboggs View Post
This.

Pits are fine dogs until that internal switch gets flipped and they try to kill someone.
I date a girl that has this exact same switch.
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Originally Posted by BlueRudy View Post
I date a girl that has this exact same switch.
You're dating my wife??? Not cool.
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Heres another:
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Originally Posted by Mr. Demeanor View Post
You win.
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Originally Posted by fishingfun View Post
Well we now have proof that Pitts are just the best pets to ever have as pets. That's if they don't snap and chew your face off.
Dogs Don't Snap!!!
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Is that Grumpy Cat?
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Originally Posted by On The Edge 1 View Post
Dogs Don't Snap!!!
Yeah they do. My grandmother owned a Great Pyrenees and one day it flipped out and went for her throat. If my aunt hadn't been there to push it off with a rake it would have killed her.
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Originally Posted by On The Edge 1 View Post
Dogs Don't Snap!!!
Yeah they do. My grandmother owned a Great Pyrenees and one day it flipped out and went for her throat. If my aunt hadn't been there to push it off with a rake it would have killed her.
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Originally Posted by Poppin cork View Post
Yeah they do. My grandmother owned a Great Pyrenees and one day it flipped out and went for her throat. If my aunt hadn't been there to push it off with a rake it would have killed her.
So the entire canine training and behaviorist community is wrong..

DOGS DO NOT SNAP.
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Originally Posted by On The Edge 1 View Post
So the entire canine training and behaviorist community is wrong..

DOGS DO NOT SNAP.
Didn't Michael Vick train dogs?
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Originally Posted by BlueRudy View Post
Didn't Michael Vick train dogs?
No he did not, Michael Vick took part in, and allowed others to abuse, torture, and kill dogs who would not, could not, or were no good at fighting other dogs..

That is in no way (even a perverted one) considered training..

And for what it is worth, For the most part he and his dirtbag cohorts failed miserably to get supposedly "Vicious dogs" to fight..

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Originally Posted by BlueRudy View Post
Didn't Michael Vick train dogs?
Oh snap!
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Originally Posted by On The Edge 1 View Post
So the entire canine training and behaviorist community is wrong..

DOGS DO NOT SNAP.
I would hazard a guess that they are, if this is the mantra for them. If you are their spokesperson, then I hope you can access the scientific data to show that all dogs, operating with a CNS and brain functions are immune to chemical imbalances or acquired brain injuries which might later cause aberrant behavior.
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Originally Posted by txj33p View Post
I would hazard a guess that they are, if this is the mantra for them. If you are their spokesperson, then I hope you can access the scientific data to show that all dogs, operating with a CNS and brain functions are immune to chemical imbalances or acquired brain injuries which might later cause aberrant behavior.
A Dog "snapping" as it were put, assumed a behavior or action without cause or warning.

My statement challenges that belief based on very easily accessible studies and documentation from leaders in the training and animal behavior fields that canines give off signals and warnings and even exhibit certain behaviors in some cases long before any type of dangerous behavior is exhibited, and that most dog owners, and even more non dog owners fail to see, recognize, or acknowledge the signals and warnings giving the illusion of the dog just "snapping"..

Like saying "that car just came out of nowhere and hit me".

Just because you did not see it for what ever reason, does not mean it came out of nowhere..

That said, I should have added as a caveat that injury and or illness can and will cause animals to act in a way that would be considered abnormal or dangerous..

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