Monday, August 4, 2008
Triggers that Prompt a Pit Bull to Attack:
2In the medical study, "Pit Bull Attack: Case Report and Literature," the doctors note the "hold and shake" bite style of the breed and liken a pit bull attack to a shark attack.
3We also ran across one person who said she saw a pit bull attack a plastic statue of a dog in a PetSmart.
| 8/04/2008 7:49 PM |
The response my dog has to a screaming, crying child is to come over, wagging his tail, bowing submissively, and lick, lick, licking the upset and crying child until the child stops crying or starts laughing...whichever comes first.
But then my dog is not a pit bull.....
| 8/05/2008 5:14 AM |
Thats one confused Nanny Dog!...The nutters are probably rationalizing that the dog was trying to get the ants off the child.
Let's hope the adopting agency carefully evaluates this placement.
| 8/05/2008 8:32 AM |
There is only one reason and that is a gene that causes a defect in the brain which expresses itself in aggressive behavior and the inability to control this behavior. It's not how you raise them, it's not what you do or don't do, it's in their genes.
| 8/07/2008 10:38 AM |
The list continues to increase for pit bull triggers. This time it is a man talking (talking not yelling) at his wife.
| 12/26/2011 10:25 PM |
Add being a storm door. A pit bull came up out of nowhere and started chewing at my door, it was trying to get in my house. I was so scared it was going to get in, and I had my 9 month old son with me.