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Old 09-30-2008, 10:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Lotus going to Taco Bell with Mom. This time I had to leave Eli ...he doesn't like to share with his big sister.

She is so tubby that the whole way to taco bell and back my seat sensor keeps going off telling me (please buckle passenger). She's so TUBBY! LOL
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Old 09-30-2008, 10:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Wow, she is lovely! Pits get such a bad rap when they are
wonderful dogs most of the time, it's all about how they
were brought up.

I want some Taco Bell!
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Me too .... im getting hungry
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I started a bulldog thread in general chat!
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Old 10-01-2008, 10:16 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I may be a poodle lover but there are many breeds to appreciate in the dog world. One thing I like in a dog is strong appeal. People have asked me so many times, what made you go from Pits/Amstaffs to Poodles?

For me I was looking for a breed that would be similiar in temperment as a Pit (loyal, confident, people pleaser's and love children) but no dog aggression! Plenty of breeds are ok with older considerent children and dog friendly. But I wanted some thing that loved children and dog aggressive not to be a characteristic of the breed with little to know shedding.

A Standard Poodle it was. They have a strong appealing look to them, great temperments and not dog aggressive. Yep, very different looking breeds.... Pits to Poodle's but I like a flashy dog. My husband and I have been nothing but pleased with our new breed. My husband still is not a huge fan of the Poodle cuts but he can appreciate a great breed.

I still love my Bully's though. Thanks MerceyMoon for the thread !
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Lotus going to Taco Bell with Mom. This time I had to leave Eli ...he doesn't like to share with his big sister.

She is so tubby that the whole way to taco bell and back my seat sensor keeps going off telling me (please buckle passenger). She's so TUBBY! LOL
lol this is a great photo Jenn. Looks to me he really is the driver
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I'm sorry, but I cannot agree with the statement made about pits having a bad rep for no reason.

Pits have MANY myths about them, yes, but they have qualities that make them a very poor choice for the average dog owner. Only advanced dog owners should ever be allowed to own these animals, and it is the irresponsible owners who own pits that are the reason that they have the rep that they do.

Pits are not human aggressive, but they are typically dog aggressive. This makes them a much more difficult to manage breed than most others. It is frightening how many people will let their pits off leash or take them to dog parks and just expect them to behave well.

Some behaviors are how they are brought up, but some are not.
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I'm sorry, but I cannot agree with the statement made about pits having a bad rep for no reason.

Pits have MANY myths about them, yes, but they have qualities that make them a very poor choice for the average dog owner. Only advanced dog owners should ever be allowed to own these animals, and it is the irresponsible owners who own pits that are the reason that they have the rep that they do.

Pits are not human aggressive, but they are typically dog aggressive. This makes them a much more difficult to manage breed than most others. It is frightening how many people will let their pits off leash or take them to dog parks and just expect them to behave well.

Some behaviors are how they are brought up, but some are not.
I do understand what you are saying, Kela. I LOVE bulldogs, but they
are defiantely more for an owner with dog experience and has
responsibility for the breed. And yes, pits do get bad reps for a
reason (small dogs get bad reps too in some cases), but I think it
is how they are brought up. Some I seen are very sweet, but at the
same time they are aggressive towards other dogs. Also, when I
see someone walking or just see a free roaming bulldog I'm not
familiar with, you better be darn right I'm cautious, and it can be
scary.

But do I blame the breed?...no I blame irresponsible dog
owners who didn't bring the dog up right.

Lotus is a pretty name btw, Jenn..Eli was prolly so jealous when
you took her instead of him, LOL!
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Many Pits are very dog friendly. I don't think they shouldn't be allowed to go to a DOG PARK. They are a DOG right! My Rat terrier would do more damage toa dog if I took her to a dog park then my Pit any day.

Why do you think its not ok for people to take a Pit to dog park or let them off lease? Have you ever heard about Pit attacks happening at a dog park or regular park. Nope..... you don't. Its stupid owners usually at there own house. Not to mention half the dog bites that happen are not do***ented. Why ? Because it's not a Pit. If its a Pit bite the local news station is out and it hits the paper the next day. That B*ll S**T!
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Not to mention sometimes when there is an attack some ppl just think its a pit when its not one. There are other breeds that look similar but the pit always gets blamed.
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