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Anonymous bluesmom  |  8/01/2009 2:16 PM  |  Flag  
I love the support from KingHuman and he really makes his point crystal clear, very bold move on his part. The leg lift method is also strongly endorsed by Semyonova in her book. She goes on to warn that once you have the dogs legs high enough to break the hold you MUST continue to hold those legs up until the dog’s owner has it securely leashed… or the police arrive with guns.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/02/2009 4:39 AM  |  Flag  
I've seen it done and it worked. It was a normal dog though, German Shepperd.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/02/2009 12:04 PM  |  Flag  
This would work best if you can follow the back leg grab with an olympic quality hammer throw.

Blogger Tegenpitjes  |  8/03/2009 1:08 PM  |  Flag  
It's best to do this BEFORE the pit bull attaches itself.

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