Dog ATTACK it relates to Pits

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  1. PixieSticksandTricks

    PixieSticksandTricks Athletic Labs. They Exist

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    Saje Island dweller

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    awwww sniff sniff

    That's quite mature of all!
     
  3. PixieSticksandTricks

    PixieSticksandTricks Athletic Labs. They Exist

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    I know I love this part.

    "I don't want the dog to die because it's my friend's dog.

    "I wouldn't like it if Lexus died."
     
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    Sad for the boy, but a happy ending for the dogs !
     
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    That's great that the boy's father has such a positive attitude, and the right attitude about children and dogs - saying it's the parents responsibility to handle both. That boy is going to grow up really understanding how to treat animals.

    Poor kid to get bitten like that, though. What a nice boy. And I love the photo!!
     
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    That's sad for that boy, I was bit in the face by a pit mix when I was a child, I still bear the scars today.

    It's good to see articles like that though. I have grown up with pit bulls, dobermans, chows and rotweillers; and never had a problem with my own pets. But I wasn't allowed to be alone with the dogs untill I was like 11 or so.

    I have a game bred APBT now who is great with my nieces and nephews (ranging in age from 2-11) and my mother's cats and all other animals and people. But she is still never left alone with them, b/c that is just not a risk that I am willing to take...
     

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