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Old 12-10-2010, 02:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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OUR VIEW — Uncontrolled pit bulls are like a loaded gun

OUR VIEW ? Uncontrolled pit bulls are like a loaded gun - Holland, MI - The Holland Sentinel


I don't even know what to think... Some parts are true,however they could have worded this differently.
And here we go again with DA becoming, I'll eat your kid next.

The report last week was brief but chilling: Two pit bulls found their way into the fenced-in yard of a neighbor’s home in Holland and killed a small dog there. How easily, we thought, the victim could have been a small child instead.

We don’t know all the particulars of this case, but we do know we’ve seen a growing number of pit bulls and other large, potentially aggressive dogs on the streets of Holland in recent years. Some people value these dogs for their companionship and fierce loyalty, others for the feeling of protection; we suspect that more than a few young men think they give them a “don’t mess with me” look. Whatever their motivation, anyone who owns a pit bull or a related breed has to shoulder the responsibility of making sure the dog’s power is not misused.

Of course pit bulls are not inherently vicious, but many people raise them to be that way, and their power can quickly turn an encounter deadly. An altercation with another breed that might leave a child or another dog scratched or bitten can be deadly if a pit bull is involved. A widely cited survey based on newspaper reports found 345 deaths from dog attacks in the United States and Canada from 1992 to 2009, with 154 attributed to pit bulls and related breeds.

Owning a pit bull is a little like owning a gun — you don’t leave it around unattended where kids can find it. It can be just as deadly, and you can’t put a safety lock on a pit bull. Pit bull owners have to recognize their responsibility, and those who don’t should have their dogs taken away for public safety.
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Old 12-10-2010, 03:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would say a whopper or fine XL bully and especially a game bred bulldog would be considered a leathal weapon., as are all extreme K9 working breeds Mali's outta control will do more than fk you up.. eeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeee

Hooch R.I.P I called my .45 on command, he would bite anything I told him to and shake when I told him to and pull when I told him to and drop when I told him to.. I wont train another APBT for K9 work though, every *knucklehead* in the Hood has a fire arm and crack and every hillbilly has a firearm and weed.. HARD to keep a K9 trained APBT from wanting to work around the general populous.. LOL ANYWAY..

Whopper,XL type dog k9 trained will probably kill somebody just to much power to be put on a man without control ...
and if you train a GAME dog to be a weapon then a .45 or a .357mag is what your gonna get.. I dunno, how does lisa at PK consider her dogs to be?
I would say just like a gun its not the gun that shoots/kills people its the person pulling the trigger.

Just like those places where guns have been banned now murders are more emotional stabbings and hangings but still the same number of murder just different... Well really I don't want people to lose APBTs all together, imagine the man dog we would create just to spite their ignorance, ya know.???
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OUR VIEW ? Uncontrolled pit bulls are like a loaded gun - Holland, MI - The Holland Sentinel


I don't even know what to think... Some parts are true,however they could have worded this differently.
And here we go again with DA becoming, I'll eat your kid next.

The report last week was brief but chilling: Two pit bulls found their way into the fenced-in yard of a neighbor’s home in Holland and killed a small dog there. How easily, we thought, the victim could have been a small child instead.

We don’t know all the particulars of this case, but we do know we’ve seen a growing number of pit bulls and other large, potentially aggressive dogs on the streets of Holland in recent years. Some people value these dogs for their companionship and fierce loyalty, others for the feeling of protection; we suspect that more than a few young men think they give them a “don’t mess with me” look. Whatever their motivation, anyone who owns a pit bull or a related breed has to shoulder the responsibility of making sure the dog’s power is not misused.

Of course pit bulls are not inherently vicious, but many people raise them to be that way, and their power can quickly turn an encounter deadly. An altercation with another breed that might leave a child or another dog scratched or bitten can be deadly if a pit bull is involved. A widely cited survey based on newspaper reports found 345 deaths from dog attacks in the United States and Canada from 1992 to 2009, with 154 attributed to pit bulls and related breeds.
Owning a pit bull is a little like owning a gun — you don’t leave it around unattended where kids can find it. It can be just as deadly, and you can’t put a safety lock on a pit bull. Pit bull owners have to recognize their responsibility, and those who don’t should have their dogs taken away for public safety.
The red is the problem here... Yeah yeah yeah statistics whatever...

Pitbulls and RELATED BREEDS are not counted individually... Yet that same survey separated the colors of labs!! Hmmmm a little biased?

In blue is the best statement in this... RESPONSIBILITY in owning a dog is not the only responsibility people are lacking nowadays
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Statistics are a bogus practice...

These people that write these articles are biased from their own presumptuous logic & need to be properly educated.

No one ever thinks about the entire spectrum of what's going on. They hone in on ONE thing they dislike that caught there attention & become irrational lemmings.

Let 'em. It's their problem in the end. As long as I'm doing everything in my power to keep my dogs & home safe & secure, I can't think of anything else I can do but my small portion of what I can control. x/
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Statistics are a bogus practice...

These people that write these articles are biased from their own presumptuous logic & need to be properly educated.

No one ever thinks about the entire spectrum of what's going on. They hone in on ONE thing they dislike that caught there attention & become irrational lemmings.

Let 'em. It's their problem in the end. As long as I'm doing everything in my power to keep my dogs & home safe & secure, I can't think of anything else I can do but my small portion of what I can control. x/
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