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Offline luke

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Pitbulls
« on: September 22, 2006, 11:32:56 pm »
if you think pitbulls are evil your wrong >:( pitbulls are not evil in the USA a pitbull was left to die in a freezer because he lost a fight and was used for drug trafficking when the police done a rade they found the poor thing starveing and almost dead luckily they got him to the vet and he made a full recovery now he is one of the best sniffer.

A man invaded a persons house and held the person by gun point the pet pitbull attackted the gunmen and chased him down the street and bit his aiming arm.The gunmen picked up the gun with his spaire hand and shot the dog betwen the shoulder blades the dog Died in the owners arms.

A pitbull saved his owner by wacking him up when there was a fire the dog though didnt make it and they found the little heros body near the bedroom door.

A pitbull saved a man from bleeding to death by wakeing the man up he relised his bandige was soaked and his girlfriend took him to the hospital.

V all pitballs

Neville a police dog

Cheyenne,Dakota, and Tahoe helped to find the astronauts from the 2003
space shuttle disaster.

A pitbull was hard at work as a handicapped assistance dog.

Buddy saved his elderly owner from a fire.

A pitbull served as a elderly therapy dog.

Sgt.Stubby the USA's 1st official war dog.

Some people say only ghetto scum,white trash, and people who want to act and look tough get pit balls.

Jack Dempsy,Fred Astaire,Thomas Edison,Helen Keller,President Theodore Roosevelt,Michael J.Fox all owned pitbulls.

So if you think pitbulls are evil and im makeing you feel bad good because your scum when it all comes down to it pitbulls arnt the evil ones WE are.If you dont belive me with any of this watch the video.

vvvv i couldnt stop crying when i saw this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=len-cSLNE5Y&mode=related&search=



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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2006, 12:31:35 am »
the guy on youtube who posted a comment was right,

statistics do not lie, pitbulls are easily the most vicious dogs out there

but thats no reason to kill them and they are only so horrible if they are impropperly brought up.
Never mind your own business.

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2006, 12:48:53 am »
Muzzle them all.

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2006, 12:52:31 am »
anyone who says an animal is evil is a moron (except horses, those things are evil i'm sure :-*)
the animal is just bred to be more agressive..

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2006, 01:11:55 am »
Look im not saying that the ones that attack people shouldnt be put down what im saying is the ones that havent done ANYTHING wrong should be left alone and not tortured because of another one of there kinds doings.

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #5 on: September 23, 2006, 01:20:39 am »
animals cannot be evil as they have no understanding of good and bad.



and luke is also right

people say humans are absoloutly horrible and as a species we are. but as individuals we are quite nice. well. . . . most of us anyway.
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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2006, 01:52:44 am »
Yep thats what im trying to get out to people that not all people are bad same thing goes for pitbulls not all of them are bad if all pitbulls should be punished for one pitbulls doings then shouldnt the human race be punished as well since we arnt perfect either. pitbulls are more agressive than other dogs yes but that is no reason to go on a killing spree and kill little puppies and innocent pitbulls :'( :'(.

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2006, 01:57:11 am »
I agree.  Its not the pitbulls fault.  It's their owners.  In my old neighbourhood our next door neighbour got a pitbull and never looked after it.  They used to let it roam freely through the streets.  It went a bit feral and used to bail kids up out the front of the house.  The poor thing got killed by a car before it could do any serious damage :(
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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2006, 02:04:48 am »
5. Ranting is prohibited.
A rant is a post which is long-winded, redundant and filled with angry, non-constructive comments. A free exchange of ideas is essential to building a strong sense of community, but rants are disruptive and incite flaming and trolling. Please post your thoughts in a concise, clear manner and avoid going off on rambling tangents.


Senseless violence directed against animals isn't cool; however please don't use it to form an appeal to emotion, because I could show you stuff about abuse on every dog breed. Pitbulls are bred to be dangerous, vicious animals. That's just how it is. I'd go find some statistics, but I'm lazy and don't feel the need to prove my point today. Pitbulls are illegal to keep in many places because they are just dangerous, in the same way that a wolverine or other illegal animals are dangerous.

Also, use some damn punctuation.

EDIT: Found some stats.
According to the Center for Disease Control, of the 304 fatal dog attacks between 1979 and 1996, Pit Bulls accounted for 60 deaths, almost twice as many as the next highest group, Rottweilers.
Statistics on fatal attacks . Pit Bull and Pit-bull-type dogs (21%), Mixed breed dogs (16%),Rottweilers (13%), German Shepherd Dogs (9%), Wolf Dogs (5%),Siberian Huskies (5%), Malamutes (4%), Great Danes (3%),
St. Bernards (3%), Chow Chows (3%), Doberman Pinschers (3%),
other breeds & non-specified breeds (15%).
« Last Edit: September 23, 2006, 02:12:16 am by Daxx »

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #9 on: September 23, 2006, 02:35:35 am »
5. Ranting is prohibited.
A rant is a post which is long-winded, redundant and filled with angry, non-constructive comments. A free exchange of ideas is essential to building a strong sense of community, but rants are disruptive and incite flaming and trolling. Please post your thoughts in a concise, clear manner and avoid going off on rambling tangents.


Senseless violence directed against animals isn't cool; however please don't use it to form an appeal to emotion, because I could show you stuff about abuse on every dog breed. Pitbulls are bred to be dangerous, vicious animals. That's just how it is. I'd go find some statistics, but I'm lazy and don't feel the need to prove my point today. Pitbulls are illegal to keep in many places because they are just dangerous, in the same way that a wolverine or other illegal animals are dangerous.

Also, use some damn punctuation.

Im sorry Daxx i didnt mean to flame or do anything like that i'm just trying to get my point across to people.

EDIT: Found some stats.
According to the Center for Disease Control, of the 304 fatal dog attacks between 1979 and 1996, Pit Bulls accounted for 60 deaths, almost twice as many as the next highest group, Rottweilers.
Statistics on fatal attacks . Pit Bull and Pit-bull-type dogs (21%), Mixed breed dogs (16%),Rottweilers (13%), German Shepherd Dogs (9%), Wolf Dogs (5%),Siberian Huskies (5%), Malamutes (4%), Great Danes (3%),
St. Bernards (3%), Chow Chows (3%), Doberman Pinschers (3%),
other breeds & non-specified breeds (15%).

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #10 on: September 23, 2006, 03:37:30 am »
You typed your reply in the quote box....why is everyone doing that lately?
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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #11 on: September 23, 2006, 04:24:31 am »
Any dog has the ability to be vicious to what extent depends on the dogs size and also the situation. Most times these attacks happen, the dog was considering the person a threat, its not the dogs fault. Its up to the owner to properly socialise their dog to reduce the possibility of an attack.
« Last Edit: September 23, 2006, 04:39:18 am by Danger Mouse »
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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #12 on: September 23, 2006, 05:03:38 am »
all species of dog get mistreated, its just that pitbulls get the short straw and get a bit more mistreatment due to the fact that they are more violent.

but they are only more violent because people get them buy them because they think a big vicious dog is cool, so they make it a violent dog and the average person isn't gooed enough of a trainer to control a ill-trained attack dog.

its like having a pet boar, they can get angry very quickly even if they seem very tame, a pitbull can even go ferile in some cases.

the laws on these dogs arn't strict enough, you should have to show that you are capable of handling a pitbull before you get one.
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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #13 on: September 23, 2006, 05:12:21 am »
See i want a pitbull  but im not going to get one yet for the soul reason im not ready to take that responsability see that's a responsable thing to do most people just think ahhh ok we will buy the dog but if there's any responsability involved we will dump him/her on the side of the road to die.

Well that's just the simple way i see it.

I agree with you Brutus there should be stronger laws to get pitbulls so then they can make shore that they arnt giveing it away to some one who doesnt know anything about looking after a dog.

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Re: Pitbulls
« Reply #14 on: September 23, 2006, 06:48:55 am »
what kind of tests could be done to a buyer of a pitbull? thats the problem, would a simple test such as telling the shopkeeper you'r expierience with animals be enough or do you need to get a "license"?

people see a pitbull as a normal pet, which it isn't. thats the problem.

a solution i see would be to punish the owner of a pitbull that is involved in a fight with a person, the owner should receive a very heafty fine, lose the dog and have to pay compensation and/or hospital costs to the victim.

Never mind your own business.