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Old 06-08-2010, 10:01 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Im not snapping at you, all I am trying to put across is that it's not always the dog. It's 9 times out of 10 the owner that tried to take the dog and bring the aggression out. I mean lets face the facts these dogs were not bred from the get go as fighting dogs but alot of there blood carries the trait as thats were it went for some time. I understand that bad breeding can produce a aggressive dog but again that is the owners fault for breeding in that manner. The dog I am talking about is a well bred dog and till this day has been very good some 4 years later without any issues. IMO I am saying that not cause it was chained up it bit me it's cause the dog was not socialized with people or dogs in the right manner. I think that if I tied you up on a chain and beat you then showed you nothing but aggression you to would flip at one point. Now yes I was wrong for thinking he would be fine around dogs that did not have aggression but his nature was not that of a aggressive dog (agian wrong for assuming that) and when I talked to the breeder they were shocked to even hear this. All in all I learned that it's not always the dog and to never trust a dog from jump start at the same time.
I dont agree but what can ya do lol Am Staffs come from pit bulls so fighting is in their history.
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Old 06-08-2010, 10:44 PM   #17 (permalink)
 

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Fair enough!
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First it's 3 years later.Now it's some 4 years later........

But whatever.I have no tolerance WHATSOEVER for a HA dog.I'm not talking about a apbt.I'm talking about a dog.We jut happen to be talking about an abpt.
And biting an owner in any form is HA in my book no matter how many times you excuse it down to the dogs past experiences.And you still didn't answer my question about the new owners knowing why you rehomed the dog.
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Yes they knew and asked to have him so no I did not just pawn him off on anyone.
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Old 06-09-2010, 03:51 AM   #20 (permalink)
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Yes they knew and asked to have him so no I did not just pawn him off on anyone.
well still bad decision and I still think that you can and should be held responsible if something happens, you know they can sue you right? Or did they sign a contract knowing the dog had attacked you and they are ok with it?
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