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Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/11/2008 9:34 AM  |  Flag  
Seattle, is waiting for a death before the public is aroused. If the death is of a poor child nothing will be done. If the death is of a middle class child there might and I mean might be a chance Seattle will act. If the child belongs to Bill Gates Seattle will move like lightning to inact tough laws. It's too bad that such a progressive city is the same as everywhere else. The death will have to be of an affluent person
to make the politicians move. Just a matter of time.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/23/2008 12:48 PM  |  Flag  
Dogs have inbred temperaments and Pit Bulls are bred to be extremely tenacious. Lots of other breeds bite but they simply inflict the injury then stop on their own when they see a display of pain or submission, or they stop when yelled at or most certainly when hit. A PB, on the other hand, will keep biting and shaking and tearing and ripping until its victim STOPS MOVING. Period. They have been bred to not let go no matter what. This is what they do just as Labs swim and Beagles follow their nose.

The statistics on how many maulings and deaths were committed by PBs who had NEVER shown any aggressive tendencies before is all the more reason to not trust the breed EVER.

Think of it this way: Leopards purr and you can even teach one to use a litter box... but a leopard will never, ever be a house cat. It will be the most gentle, cuddly, loving pet... until one day it isn't. PBs are like that.

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