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I think so too. A dog to watch out for. Last week, they attacked a little girl in Turkey for no reason and smashed her face.
I don't think the problem is solved by breeding. Pitbull is a wild animal, no matter how well you raise it, it acts on instinct.
That is not a fact. That lets me know you know nothing about breeding when bred properly. Pit bulls are not wild animals they are domesticated dogs sweetie
They are not pet dogs. Are pitbulls that kill their owners poorly bred?
I'm not saying like a lion, I'm just saying a wild dog. It is not clear when he will do what. When angry, they act on their own.
If they are not pet dogs how do people own them as pets? You absolutely make no sense whatsoever. Pitbulls who kill prey drive has not been bred out of them. And even if a pitbull still has a lot of prey drive it’s up to the owner to get them the proper training. Don’t label a dog as such that you barely have knowledge about it makes you sound like an idiot.
@TwinkleLily5 Just because I can nurture a hippo does not necessarily mean they have no predisposition to naturally attack me. You simply cannot "breed out" their instincts, the same way you cannot "breed out" a pitbulls instincts. Their genetic make-up plays a role to their characteristics, that is no rocket science.
@Kisama I said nothing about instincts I said prey drive—diminishing it by selecting to breed pitbulls who exhibit Less pre drive each time you breed.
It’s apparent that you are speaking on something that you are just judging and do not quite no what you are talking about @Kisama not cool
As a Good breeder our goal is to bring out the best traits in the dog creating a better version of the dog each time we breed. A breeder who neglects to do this is careless and should not be breeding a lot of the time it comes from backyard breeders.
@TwinkleLily5I'm not here to argue semantics, you boldly jumped to the conclusion that 'pitbulls who kill prey drive has not been bred out of them', meaning, the genetic component has not been eradicated within the breed. Sure, you could reduce or "diminish" the chances but only to some extent. That genetic predisposition would always remain within that animal, that's something you cannot eradicate or, in your own words, "breed out". To add, anecdotes are not reliable data. So, just because you're a dog breeder and have bred pitbulls does not make anything in that regard reliable.
@Kisama I can just tell you do NOT know anything about pitbulls so I’m going to just leave it right here. You sound stupid for judging pitbulls in such away.
I judge them by statistics not some typical anecdotes as you do.
I hope somebody judges you based off statistics.. flat out stupid
That doesn't make any sense but let's pretend it did.
Historical pitbulls were bred for war and fighting just saying... 🤷
@vald9inches “Was” not now
@TwinkleLily5And humans are still growing additional molars despite the fact they're practically useless in this day and age. What is the point you're trying to make?
Sounds to me like you don't understand how biology works.
Seriously lol just because they are no longer used for that purpose doesn't change their biology lol 😂
Sir they were bred for that purpose in the past now it’s being bred out of them. both of you guys are morons. I know about biology but u two know nothing about breeding it’s so fucking apparent.
Breeding is biology lol...
I think you need to retake any courses that you may have taken lady because you keep implying that breeding is some sort of magic spell that can turn anything into anything else and i regret to inform you that no breeding does not work that way
Now if you were talking about genetic engineering of a creatures entire genes then yes it me be possible but we are no where near to that level of technology yet
2 stupid fools.. please go and do ur research about what dog breeding. I didn’t say you can turn a pitbull into a dinosaur through selective breeding. But that seems to u both of u guys interpretation.
Typo but u get the point
No, we do not understand your opinion as it clashes with basic biological principles.
The fact you're breeding pitbulls on this faulty logic concerns me greatly.
Well, at least we know where majority of these dogs would end up - the shelter.
The whole reason this a disagreement is because you DONT seem to understand how biology works. If you did you’d understand breeding and clearly you don’t. Just hush I’m beginning to think u are just a Troll at this point. I know a real person can’t be this stupid. @Kisama
Alright, let's pretend I do not understand. Then explain why that specific breed is banned in several countries? Are the experts - who successfully passed the law - also ignorant of the biology of breeding?
@Kisama you’re just a Troll. Troll on
I'm just curious as to why you'd hold on to that notion without applying any critical thought.
First, there is no Specific Breed as Pit Bull. Those breeds of dogs most often call Pit Bulls, range from American Bull Dogs, American Staffordshire Terriers, Bull terriers, so on and so forth. They have on average a bite force of 238 Pounds. My Cane Corso has a bite force of 730 poundsThese dogs are wonderful pets. Inteligent and very Loving. I have one laying at my feet right now.
And your point is?
@fireforeffect pitbulls range from pitbull to pitbulls those other dogs you listed are called the names you listed them as. What exactly are you trying say lol
My point still remains valid, regardless of whether the breed has been mixed with another. That breed, pure or not could still carry the natural predisposition to attack other dogs/humans. There are those that wouldn't hurt a fly in their lifetime but we can't ignore the fact there are those that have gone beyond that. You're suggesting it's entirely based on the environment which is not what the science states as it could be both genetics and/or the environment. It genuinely is not rocket science to understand this side of the argument.
Why are these dogs aggressive? Is it about inability to raise relatives or is it instinctive?
Some people swear that pits aren't aggressive and are the most sweetest of dogs. But for me I think its like any other dog... they need to be trained and most people don't know how to train an animal. And yes I think pits are instinctively more aggressive than other breeds so they tend to to be more aggressive when neglected.
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Last week in Turkey, two pitbull dogs smashed the little girl's face. And these dogs had met that girl before, but they didn't attack, they even had pictures of them side by side. But another time they attacked the boy and ruined his face. I don't think these animals are at all not innocent animals.
They weren't trained properly.
I said. A few days before the attack, the dogs took a picture with that girl. Were you there, how do you know you weren't well looked after? Those dogs have never attacked anyone before. The girl is 4 years old. They smashed his face.
@TurkishDİxon3419 Pls check here https://youtu.be/tgvVZPnZGb4
Yes just like there are shitty owners of lions 🤦