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I've seen this discussion on many forums.... "dangerous dogs" and the questions relating them:
"should we have breed specific legislation,
pitbulls, rotties, dobes and bully breeds are the problem
pits are the most agressive dog and can snap etc. etc. etc."

but.... once again Cesar Milan confirms that it's not the dog or the breed... but the owners!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9riCKjZMXxs
 

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I've seen this discussion on many forums.... "dangerous dogs" and the questions relating them:
"should we have breed specific legislation,
pitbulls, rotties, dobes and bully breeds are the problem
pits are the most agressive dog and can snap etc. etc. etc."

but.... once again Cesar Milan confirms that it's not the dog or the breed... but the owners!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9riCKjZMXxs
LOL, out of our four dogs, are Dobermann is the only one that doesn't show any aggression.

Cesar is pretty great

If only it was easy as he makes it look :eek:hwell:
 

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Too bad, the Youtube video is not available in my country due to copyright restrictions :eek:hwell:
 

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My hero!! He is absolutely amazing. I wish I had just a fingertip full of the knowledge and experience that he has with canines!!
 

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I really enjoy his show but some of his so called "red zone cases" im not so sure about. I think i've run into worse when grooming, lol.

In any case he'd have a field day when he saw how I live with my dogs...in the bed with me, on the couch with me...i own more dog groomign supplies then I do human grooming supplies...etc...

Nooooo I don't spoil them!~ :doh:
 
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