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Anonymous bluesmom  |  10/04/2008 11:51 AM  |  Flag  
It is an absolute outrage when the elderly and their companion animals are not safe in their own homes. I fail to understand why this attack does not automatically qualify this dog as dangerous.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/04/2008 4:03 PM  |  Flag  
Let us hope that Animal Services euthanizes this dog, because a child or elderly person will be next.

Again, it's the high prey drive that pit bulls have.

Nearly every pit bull that has killed or mauled a person STARTED by aggressive behavior towards others pets and attacks.

Children and small elderly people are perceived as prey in the same way.

Also, a dog that is aggressive to other dogs will inevitably hurt or kill a person who gets in the middle of that attack to try to save their pets.

The dog fighters and breeders want to make it ok for pit bulls to be aggressive to other pets, so they can keep breeding for fighting.

Sadly too many Animal Control officials get tricked into defending the behavior of these dogs by these breeders and their lobbies.

Anonymous mrs.Poodle  |  10/04/2008 5:41 PM  |  Flag  
I don't think high prey drive is the problem, lots of dogs have high prey drive, the problem is low bite threash-hold and no bite inhibition.

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