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3 thoughts on “Pit Bulls Continue to Interfere with Firefighting Efforts

  1. Pit bull owner profile # 218

    Nearly two-dozen large reptile cages were discovered lining the floors of the home. Chief Price said that the house did not have electricity and that about 100 candles were being used to light the home

  2. That’s wierd….I have heard pit lovers on several dog forums also obsessed with reptiles, particularly snakes. One poster on a popular forum, a breeder of game bred pits from famous fighting lines, also talks about her snakes.

  3. Here's a few more quick examples:

    (01/09) Also taken were $10,000 in cash and three pit bulls – not to mention the live alligator.
    http://www.citynews.ca/news/news_31099.aspx

    (02/08) Taylor's team also seized guns, drugs and two pit bull puppies in the Monday morning raid
    http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5g75PZzsIiP9u-n2Z5pCAkJkeX1oQ

    (12/07) …police found a six foot alligator and an emaciated pit bull inside a home in Homewood.
    http://kdka.com/pets/Homewood.alligator.found.2.604140.html

    (06/06) A drug bust in Hazelwood today included the confiscation of a pit bull and a three-foot alligator.
    http://kdka.com/local/Heroin.Hazelwood.alligator.2.383332.html

    Seems strongly related to drug trafficking crimes…

    On a separate note, there is also a famous alligator pit bull bloodline:

    CH PLUMBER'S ALLIGATOR

    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/modules.php?name=Public&file=printPedigree&dog_id=380
    http://www.game-dog.info/page/Plumber-CH-Alligator.aspx

    Must have been a killer in the pit!

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