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6 thoughts on “Pit Bulls Escape Yard, School Put on Lockdown in San Antonio

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  1. How many tens of thousands of dollars did this fighting dog fancier just cost this town? Shutting down a school ain’t cheap! Not to mention the law enforcement time.

  2. He said one of the three dogs recently had puppies, and he said he believes she was trying to protect them.

    “My dogs have never been aggressive — that’s just — I’m really surprised they attacked anyone, and I’m very sorry,” Fuentes said.

    This is the Pit Problem in a nutshell…Wonder how much these School Siege lineage pups will bring on the street?

  3. A dog that was “protecting her puppies” would be with her puppies, not on the street attacking passersby and animal control officers. When will the owners of pit bulls stop using this absurd excuse?

  4. Why does the media allow pit owners to make this excuse without calling them on it? They all think they are responsible, they all think their dogs won’t hurt anyone. If these people all owned cocker spaniels and golden trievers they wouldn’t be in the news at all.

  5. This dumbass pit abandoned her pups to go on an extra-territorial rampage mission. Not normal domesticated dog behavior.

    These pit nutters are crazy trying to rationalize it!

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