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Anonymous David  |  9/27/2008 11:43 PM  |  Flag  
# 299
I guess it was all in how he raised it.

Anonymous Dee  |  9/28/2008 12:02 AM  |  Flag  

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/28/2008 12:22 AM  |  Flag  
Isn't it funny how all of the pit nutters start screaming about "trigger happy cops" when they hear about a pit bull being shot, that is until THEY are the target of the pit bull's rage!

Anonymous Trigger  |  9/28/2008 12:43 AM  |  Flag  
Excellent point! Reminds me of some other stories:

After the attack, the owners called police to seize their dog, Dunlap said. "They had it locked in the bathroom and wanted us to come get it."

"He bit me, shoot it, kill it!" The dog then lunged at the officers.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/28/2008 2:36 AM  |  Flag  
Always refreshing when the adult owner takes the mauling instead of some innocent...These are also beneficial to society as the Police cull the man-mauler before it can strike outside the family.

Anonymous dude i bagged ur pit  |  9/28/2008 12:27 PM  |  Flag  
I honestly don't care when a pit bull attacks its owner. The way I see it, a dog that attacks its owner is a dog that is umpteen times more likely to attack a completely innocent victim. Geesh, it’s a freakin' blessing when its first and last victim is the idiot that would own him!

Anonymous bluesmom  |  9/28/2008 3:05 PM  |  Flag  

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/30/2008 4:16 AM  |  Flag  
Must be something about crouching down picking weeds or sitting that makes these dumbass-maulers think a human is another matchdog.

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