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3 hours ago, BestB said:

Utter nonsense . Labrador retrievers are most common in dog attacks 13.3% so perhaps should also not be bred 

Same thought I had this morning after viewing a certain group from a certain place.

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12 minutes ago, HLover said:

Same thought I had this morning after viewing a certain group from a certain place.

Those are multiplying like rabbits 😜

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42 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Statistics.... 

Particular breeds don't get banned for no reason whatsoever.

and facts still remain facts. difference is putbulls are very strong dogs and  in the wrong hands can be turned into a lethal weapon, Saying that poster to whom i responsed is utterly clueless in all regards if he can not tell the difference between pitbul and bully. Bullys are not banned anywhere, pitbuls are.

 

I have 1 pitbul and 4 bully's, bullys are by far more destructive than the pitbul, pitbul is also lazy and relaxed, while bully's  are bunnys on batteries.

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I was thinking of calling ours Satin, Demon lord or Killer but actually Devil is much more creative. 

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17 hours ago, jacko45k said:

Fine... you are a dog keeper and favour a particular breed. But utterly ridiculous 'statistics' to try and say Labrador retrievers are a concern cannot be backed up. I don't see many Pitbulls leading blind people around, usually they are savaging other dogs. 

Was not my statistics, plenty of pitbulls are working dogs in US.

 

but sure much better to have a guide dog that is statistically known to attack 👍

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2 hours ago, fullcave said:

I was thinking of calling ours Satin, Demon lord or Killer but actually Devil is much more creative. 

Mine is demon, and he lives up to his name on daily basis 😜

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i saw a street dog that had been served look chin

on a stick, i thought it dangerous, but the dog had the sense

to carefully chew until he got pieces off the stick,

i actually think it made his meal longer lasting and enjoyable

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Not sure if that an American pit bull ... if it is one of the most dangerous dogs ever bred. Responsible for a huge amount of the dog attacks on people on the planet.

should not be bred except for military purposes and the like not for domestic ownership.

There’s always one ( or more )..

 

Ever owned a pit bull?

 

I have 2, both older than 10, casualty count zero.

 

They’re great dogs, can look intimidating granted but very placid.

 

Mine love playing with kids...... before consuming them - lol.

 

If it ain’t Pit..... it ain’t s**t.

 

I’m also looking at getting a Boerbul - are they killers too?

 

What type of dog will you allow me to have?

 

 

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32 minutes ago, JaiLai said:

There’s always one ( or more )..

 

Ever owned a pit bull?

 

I have 2, both older than 10, casualty count zero.

 

They’re great dogs, can look intimidating granted but very placid.

 

Mine love playing with kids...... before consuming them - lol.

 

If it ain’t Pit..... it ain’t s**t.

 

I’m also looking at getting a Boerbul - are they killers too?

 

What type of dog will you allow me to have?

 

 

Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app

If you in Thailand , Boerbul will cost a fortune , 200000 baht . Had someone giving away 1 year old and they were asking for 80000, absolutely majestic dogs. And totally agree on pitbulls , even though the one in the story is not one. 

 

They just huge teddy bears who love family 

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If you in Thailand , Boerbul will cost a fortune , 200000 baht . Had someone giving away 1 year old and they were asking for 80000, absolutely majestic dogs. And totally agree on pitbulls , even though the one in the story is not one. 
 
They just huge teddy bears who love family 


Yikes a that’s a few bob...

I know some pits can cost a fair bit as well..

I used to have 2 Boerbuls when I was in west Africa, fantastic animals.


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1 hour ago, JaiLai said:

 


Yikes a that’s a few bob...

I know some pits can cost a fair bit as well..

I used to have 2 Boerbuls when I was in west Africa, fantastic animals.


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I was so tempted when 1 year old was up for sale but already have a red nose , highly unlikely these 2 would have gotten along at that age 😕

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6 hours ago, JaiLai said:

There’s always one ( or more )..

 

Ever owned a pit bull?

 

I have 2, both older than 10, casualty count zero.

 

They’re great dogs, can look intimidating granted but very placid.

 

Mine love playing with kids...... before consuming them - lol.

 

If it ain’t Pit..... it ain’t s**t.

 

I’m also looking at getting a Boerbul - are they killers too?

 

What type of dog will you allow me to have?

 

 

Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app

In the US most dog attacks are pit bulls alot of counties and cities have laws about owning them maybe because they have been bread for fighting so long

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3 minutes ago, Fred white said:

In the US most dog attacks are pit bulls alot of counties and cities have laws about owning them maybe because they have been bread for fighting so long

No, because they can be lethal weapon when in the wrong hands. Not dogs should be banned but some people should not be allowed to own one of any breed

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