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7 thoughts on “9-Year Old Boy Stops Pit Bull Attack by Applying Jiu Jitsu Move

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  1. Oh ..where do we find such men?

    The Boy Scouts of America should to start a break stick merit badge program.

  2. “The Boy Scouts of America should to start a break stick merit badge program.”


  3. Update: dog will be put down. And surprise, surprise the pit nutters are not happy with the biased media.

    “NOTE: Many readers wrote in after the initial story on Drew, upset that I ousted the dog as a pitbull, and not a mixed pitbull. I asked Davis about that, and she said the field officer categorized the dog as a pure bred pitbull. The dog has red markings typically found in a Rottweiler or Doberman, she said, so it could be mixed, but there’s no knowing for sure.”

  4. FABB has expanded their looney reach and set up a satellite branch in Bakersfield California.

    Alan and Amanda (who not surprisingly are with holding their last names) saw the story and the dog’s photo and just “fell in love” with him. They rescued the kid biter from death row and think it is friendly enough to be around their 3 kids, ages 5, 3 and 1.

    Alan of course is an absolute buffoon attributing this kind of intelligence, memory and remorse to a dog:

    “So far the dog, which has yet to be named by the couple, has not shown signs of aggression. Instead, the dog has sat on Alan’s lap and licked his face, like he understand he made a mistake and has been given a chance, Alan said. “


  5. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a great way to develop the young children. It will help the kids to develop self confidence and motor skills. This young kid is just one of the examples. Congratulations to Drew and I hope to see more attitudes like that.

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