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Old 02-01-2008, 11:18 PM   #1
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F'n loose dog!!!

A F****** pit bull attacked my girlfriends dog tonight!!! thing somehow got into the back yard and did a number on the poor girl... She is gone to an emergency vet. she has some bad lacerations but she will be fine. we beat that pitbull with a pole and it wouldn't release bonnie. we ended up shooting the F****** thing 4 times!!!! and yes we did have to kill it. now don't get me wrong on this i love pits that are raised the RIGHT way. but you can tell this one has some problems due to lacerations on it's face and heavy scar tissue. Unfortunately some how or another i got a huge gash on my toe and i'm just really off at ignorant people who can't control their animals!!! alright i'm done for now need to relax and clean the foot and the damage. end rant for now!
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Old 02-01-2008, 11:31 PM   #2
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holy ! so sorry about your dog.
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Old 02-01-2008, 11:32 PM   #3
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Sorry to hear, and good on you for not being afraid to kill the dog that was clearly out to kill yours.
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sorry to hear this...careful bout sayin when u kill animals on here people will want to kill u
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sorry to hear this...careful bout sayin when u kill animals on here people will want to kill u
That dog deserved to get shot as soon as it stepped on his property with his pet outside. Not worth chancing it, if it even seems aggressive put one in it's dome, end the problem before it starts.
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That dog deserved to get shot as soon as it stepped on his property with his pet outside. Not worth chancing it, if it even seems aggressive put one in it's dome, end the problem before it starts.
i agree 100%
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go get your foot checked out. did you make a police report also? they might need the dog carcass (pitbull) to do rabies tests and what not. PETA be damned. if a pit runs up on me or my loved ones. i am shooting to kill.
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Do you know the owner of the pit that attacked. I hope there aren't any reprecussions (sp?) to this. Sounds like you did the right thing!
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pits are useless animals. jmo.
I don't like them either
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man, hope her doggy heals up well. I hate to hear that you had to kill the pitt, but at the same time, I'd have done the same thing to save my dogs life. Is the laceration due to a bite from the pitt possibly? Any chance the pitt had rabies tags on? I'd be very, very careful dealing with the corpse of the dog just for the off chance that it could have rabies and rabies can survive in deceased animals.
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I don't like them either
pits are great animals if they are raised right. my dad has one that thinks it is a lap dog instead of a big bad dog. he came from the same litter as some really ferocious ones that attacked and killed a horse...depends on how they are raised..
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pits are great animals if they are raised right. my dad has one that thinks it is a lap dog instead of a big bad dog. he came from the same litter as some really ferocious ones that attacked and killed a horse...depends on how they are raised..
"how they are raised" has nothing to do with it. that is a myth. its all genetic. sometimes you get lucky, sometimes you dont. just ask the people that were torn to pieces (or their children killed) who always said "not my dog, they wouldnt hurt a fly". then the dog turned on them for no reason. one law i wish WOULD pass is to have some kind of "exotic animal" permit to own one, like owning a tiger or something.
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"how they are raised" has nothing to do with it. that is a myth. its all genetic. sometimes you get lucky, sometimes you dont. just ask the people that were torn to pieces (or their children killed) who always said "not my dog, they wouldnt hurt a fly". then the dog turned on them for no reason. one law i wish WOULD pass is to have some kind of "exotic animal" permit to own one, like owning a tiger or something.
to each their own. i have been around pits my whole life and i can tell a HUGE difference in the way they are raised (same litter, different "parenting skills") determining their temper. i can understand your POV though, even though I may not agree with it.
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DID YOU KILL IT?

THAT IS WHAT I WOULD HAVE DONE! THEN CALLED THE OWNER AND SHOT THEM TOO!
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sorry to hear about the dog, my nephew was atacked by a pitt bull at the animal shelter and there was nobody there runnung the place but some teen kids doing service work.
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go get your foot checked out. did you make a police report also? they might need the dog carcass (pitbull) to do rabies tests and what not. PETA be damned. if a pit runs up on me or my loved ones. i am shooting to kill.
i would go get my foor but they wanted 350.00 bucks before they would even see me and i have no insurance:( so i'm sol. for now.
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pits are great animals if they are raised right. my dad has one that thinks it is a lap dog instead of a big bad dog. he came from the same litter as some really ferocious ones that attacked and killed a horse...depends on how they are raised..
and i agree on the pits being raised right. i had one before i moved and she was a doll. like i said before just because one goes bad you can't blame them all. but this dog obviously was not in good standing meaning the scars on it's head and the way it was acting.. so i def. feel i did the right thing and her father. so i'm going to go to sleep and try and relax. from losing my job today to this what's next
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DID YOU KILL IT?

THAT IS WHAT I WOULD HAVE DONE! THEN CALLED THE OWNER AND SHOT THEM TOO!
YES!!! and Yes!!! but it had no tags or anything on it
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not to good of an opin. but yes its your, i like them my self just as good as any other dog but if they have problems then yes they need to be taken out! and i know pits have more problems than most dogs. i get that any way i hope his dog is ok and would have killed the pit as well.

dam ill kill my pit if it ever gives me the look you know ! it happens !
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YES!!! and Yes!!! but it had no tags or anything on it
yea i see that all the time down in angleton, see my pit is not he mean lookng musle bound dog you would think but i have seen a few of them running around and someone needs to take them out as well hey are not loose just couse they are good dogs , they get out of peoples yards and then do damage!

im with you if you have a dog that can be a problem , pits , rotwilers , pincher what ever, then you need to sacure your yard or keep him in the house!
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