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Old 11-16-2012, 05:18 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Sounds like she needs to open her mind to your dog. Cain is 9 months and is so hyper. I have a 1 year old baby cousin and visit her frequently with Cain. As soon as he sees her he calms down and is so much more gentle with her compared to my 8 year old cousin who can stand her ground lol. All the kids in my family adore Cain and their parents never worry if he's going to be too rough with them because of how behaves he is around them. Like others stated, no one can make this choice for you. But we can all give personal experiences and hope it helps you with your choice.


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If she really loved yu she wouldn't tell yu to do such a stupid thing. If my husband said that to me I'd kick his ass to the curb!


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Old 11-22-2012, 01:24 AM   #33 (permalink)
 
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I had to pts one of my dogs because he had DA (not a pit). After the last incident even though we were careful he broke his barrier and a dog fight occurred and my wrist was fractured in the altercation. I knew he loved my great nieces/nephews, they climb all over him, ate on his ears etc. no an issue but I couldn't risk a fight and the kids being caught in the middle. That same week the kids came over and I noticed a bad mark on his face. I was told MIL chi bit the 18mth old in the face and it was the 2nd time it happened with the kids in a week, the other child was a 6y/o. I called AC and had the dog removed. I would be more afraid of the smaller dogs biting then my pit. Stand your ground. It's an all or nothing attitude. Never leave a child unattended with ANY dog no matter how big or small.
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Old 11-22-2012, 01:46 AM   #34 (permalink)
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The straw that broke the camels back with my last marriage was a dog. She was an absolutely gorgeous apbt. She was extremely aggressive human and dog. She attacked me twice when I was putting her out to go potty. She attacked my dog, my moms dog, and killed the neighbors dog, she growled and snapped at my 1 year old son, and thats just a few of the things she did. I waited till he took his dog out of the house and then I locked the door and told him he could come in but the dog could not. He moved out with her and we got divorced. That was fine by me! It's an awful story but I did what I had to do to protect my child. I felt so awful for that dog. I thought I understood why she was the way she was but I really didn't even know part of the story until later. She had been used for fighting regularly too. Pitbulls, bully's, staffs, mixes of the above they are all great dogs and you should not have to choose between her or your child and the dog unless a dangerous situation arises. Dangerous situations can occur with any dog from a great dane, German Shepherd, Chihuaha, or anything in between. In my case I don't think I should've had to asked he should've chose himself.


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Old 11-22-2012, 07:56 AM   #35 (permalink)
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ugh, shes an emotional pregnant woman right now... tell her "yea yea ill get rid of ALL the dogs" but just never do it lol... the way i look at it, if you have to get rid of YOUR dog she should have to get rid of her lil shitheads (im mean shitzus) too....

pittie babies are the nanny dog... they allow kids to tug and pull and poke and all that becuase they have a higher tolerance for that stuff... a lil shitzu will have a fit and probably bite your toddler when he or she goes to tug on a tail....

btw, she cant take away you rights to your baby... thats a load of bs..... let her try and do that, boy oh boy would she be ready for a rude awakening....
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obviously it isnt mean to be. there are two types of people in this world, pitbull people and non pitbull people. these two groups dont mesh well. she cant take your rights away with out good reason. if she is willing to leave over a dog, of which is one of the best breeds with kids and often called the nanny dog, then she is clearly unstable and maybe should have her parental rights taken away. she sounds like the type of person who would have a few skeletons in her closet work with that.
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Old 11-24-2012, 12:47 AM   #37 (permalink)
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The straw that broke the camels back with my last marriage was a dog. She was an absolutely gorgeous apbt. She was extremely aggressive human and dog. She attacked me twice when I was putting her out to go potty. She attacked my dog, my moms dog, and killed the neighbors dog, she growled and snapped at my 1 year old son, and thats just a few of the things she did. I waited till he took his dog out of the house and then I locked the door and told him he could come in but the dog could not. He moved out with her and we got divorced. That was fine by me! It's an awful story but I did what I had to do to protect my child. I felt so awful for that dog. I thought I understood why she was the way she was but I really didn't even know part of the story until later. She had been used for fighting regularly too. Pitbulls, bully's, staffs, mixes of the above they are all great dogs and you should not have to choose between her or your child and the dog unless a dangerous situation arises. Dangerous situations can occur with any dog from a great dane, German Shepherd, Chihuaha, or anything in between. In my case I don't think I should've had to asked he should've chose himself.


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There is absolutely no way that you wouldn't notice a dog being fought regularly. It would have scars and fresh wounds all the time if it was fought on a regular basis and there's no way you wouldn't see that if you lived with the dog. Dog Aggression is part of this breed. It was a trait they were originally bred for and is part of their genetics. People often think that dogs who are DA are that way because they were abused or taught to be that way but in most cases this is not true at all. Another thing people seem to be confused about is fighting dogs being human aggressive. While yes, we've all hear stories of the man bites these dogs were designed to be fearless fighters but docile and loving to their people and children. In no way does dog aggression = human aggression. Two totally different ball parks. Generally when dogs of this breed turn out human aggressive it's because of a medical condition or just bad breeding. There are dogs out there who go through tremendous abuse and still remain friendly and docile to people. That is their nature.
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Old 11-24-2012, 01:29 AM   #38 (permalink)
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There is absolutely no way that you wouldn't notice a dog being fought regularly. It would have scars and fresh wounds all the time if it was fought on a regular basis and there's no way you wouldn't see that if you lived with the dog. Dog Aggression is part of this breed. It was a trait they were originally bred for and is part of their genetics. People often think that dogs who are DA are that way because they were abused or taught to be that way but in most cases this is not true at all. Another thing people seem to be confused about is fighting dogs being human aggressive. While yes, we've all hear stories of the man bites these dogs were designed to be fearless fighters but docile and loving to their people and children. In no way does dog aggression = human aggression. Two totally different ball parks. Generally when dogs of this breed turn out human aggressive it's because of a medical condition or just bad breeding. There are dogs out there who go through tremendous abuse and still remain friendly and docile to people. That is their nature.
I said she HAD been fought regularly. That was before he brought her to my house. She had scars and hair loss but he had all kinds of stories to explain it away. She never left my house again between the time he brought her and the time he left with her. The fact that she was ha was the reason she had to go.


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The straw that broke the camels back with my last marriage was a dog. She was an absolutely gorgeous apbt. She was extremely aggressive human and dog. She attacked me twice when I was putting her out to go potty. She attacked my dog, my moms dog, and killed the neighbors dog, she growled and snapped at my 1 year old son, and thats just a few of the things she did. I waited till he took his dog out of the house and then I locked the door and told him he could come in but the dog could not. He moved out with her and we got divorced. That was fine by me! It's an awful story but I did what I had to do to protect my child. I felt so awful for that dog. I thought I understood why she was the way she was but I really didn't even know part of the story until later. She had been used for fighting regularly too. Pitbulls, bully's, staffs, mixes of the above they are all great dogs and you should not have to choose between her or your child and the dog unless a dangerous situation arises. Dangerous situations can occur with any dog from a great dane, German Shepherd, Chihuaha, or anything in between. In my case I don't think I should've had to asked he should've chose himself.


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Accidents can happen with any breed...and any breed can be temperamental or aggressive. When I was 3, I had my face nearly bit off by a LAB!!! So using a dog as an excuse is ridiculous.
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Old 11-30-2012, 02:53 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Her putting an ultimatum on you to out your dog just b/c she's pregnant is so not kosher. Hope that y'all can work this out for the betterment of everyone involved. I'm with everyone else, if your dog has to go, so should hers. I've never re-homed a dog due to pregnancy or b/c my other half wasn't happy. While dogs can be stressful sometimes, considering the time you have to put in to them for training and care, it's no more stressful than raising a baby. I've worked with dogs for many years (vet's offices, boarding kennels, grooming salons, doggy day care facilities), and the only dogs that have ever bitten me have always been small dogs. Even throughout my childhood, my mother chose to raise Chis and Mastiffs and every mutt in between. The small dogs were always the problem. The bigger dogs never gave us any problems. In my adult life, I've owned small dogs like Chis and terrier mixes, Boxers, APBTs and mixes thereof, as well as other breeds like labs, rottie mixes... the smaller dogs were always the issue.

The point being, the Shih Tzus will be more likely to cause harm to the baby than the bully will. I don't know your wife's dogs personally, but I'm betting if this is the first pregnancy, the dogs more than likely haven't been socialized around children and don't know how to behave around children, which raises the risk of them biting the baby when he/she is old enough to crawl on, pull their tails, poke their eyes, etc.

Sorry for the long winded post, but I hope I've helped you to come to terms with the situation and hopefully y'all can work things out.
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