Do you chew over pitbulls are bleak or flawless?
Do you agree with me. Pitbulls should not be banned in the states that they are not permitted in. Any dog can Attack a person or turn on them after being honest. If you agree tell me why. If you dont i dont care about you or your thoughts. Pitbulls can be purely as loving and kind as any other kind of dog.
I have had pitbulls before they ever get popular. They are some of the most stable dogs around. A better percentage of them pass the temperament test than any other breed. That human being said, there are a lot more crazy ones out there since they become popular. And the crazy ones are as dangerous as you can get.
My simple answer is that it depends on the owner.
Yes, pit bulls have gotten a bad rep, and that is a pity. Let's take a look at pit bulls as a breed: muscular, stout, strong, agile, powerful jaws, and possibly aggressive. All of these characteristics form a tough combination: so if these pit bulls are mistreated, then it does not pocket a rocket scientist to figure out the results are deadly. If these pit bulls are treated well, most feasible there will be no problem, as is the case of a family friend who have a pit.
That being said, any animal, pit bull or not, is a direct reflection of their owner. Yes, unfortunately, sometimes dogs turn "bad" for seemingly no intention. Yet, does anyone stop to think if the dog might be scared or something I don`t know changed in its environment?
Finally, I think most people apprehension the potential of what a pit bull could do if it became aggressive. Honestly, if a pit bull get you in its grip, then you will lose. This scares relations, so I believe that is why they get banned like mad of places.
In the wrong hands yes the can be unsafe.
Banning a breed does not solve anything. The criminals will just move onto another breed and the whole process starts all over again.
They CAN be just as loving and great as other dogs, but they need to be raise properly, and that is not always the same as other breeds. And whether they are owned by people that WANT an aggressive dog and raise them that way, that can organize to trouble!
It boils down to the owners and how they are handling/raising the dog. However, because there are so many out there that come to blows these particular dogs I can kind of understand the ban. From their point of view, they do not know who the fighters are and who are good responsible dog owners. You can't tell newly by looking at someone. (look at Michael Vick)
At the same time I don't agree with the ban, because it only forces people to go even more underground because they are going to do this no matter what.
How can you train someone compassion? There needs to be very good rearing out there regarding this, but even then it boils down to inhabitants having compassion or not. If they don't, then they will continue to brawl these dogs, and they will continue to get the bad rap they hold now.
Keeping a pitbull is like keeping a gibbering animal, shouldnt be aloud.
Actually, I agree with u adjectives the WAY! Unfortunately, here in Florida, u have to buy a liscence to own a pit, and in the shelters, surrounded by one arrives and no rescue groups ask for them, they might be euthanized, which I think its terrible. I do want to own a pit bull in the adjectives (im a teenager and my mom fears them) because I have read, from people who own owned pits, that they are very sweet and I have a book that talks in the order of them as being very sweet also. Not to mention I think they're really cute and deserve to be respected as in good health as any other breed of dog. To me, breed means nothing, what matters is how inhabitants have raised their dogs, if the dog is fearfull or insecure, adjectives attacks may happen. People here also fear big dogs which is just stupidIm a big dog lover, specially mutts, they're awesome!! breeds such as rotties, pits and boxers arent vey popular and I actually want to adopt these dogs in the future, to prove everyone wrong!! I markedly am with u!! its just that the news and those make them seem bad, and we enjoy to stop this!!
If I adopt a rescued Kodiak bear, as a newborn cub, should I be permitted to keep it? What in the order of a Coyote? A Wolf? A Bobcat?