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Thread: OMG my next door neighbor has bought a red nosed pit bull!!!!

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    Last edited by mymatejack; 09-25-2012 at 10:59 PM. Reason: troll or moron alert

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    Ok reneighb get us a photo of this dog I like to see one please because I seen boxers look like Pittys before
    so you sayings it a pitty by what do you mean long legs strong build nice head and a pink nose
    Well mate heeps of breeds have the same looks as a pitty It can be a cross breed too so please get us a photo of this dog we all haven't got a clue what it looks like so please get a photo of this dog
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    Quote Originally Posted by reneighb View Post
    I'm not here to have a back and forth debate about whether it is a red nosed pit bull or not. I know what they look like I know that the dog is predominantly one anyhow. You can't cross a white Aussie book with a white Asian and get a black baby. (don't make that into something racist either PLEASE! For flip sake)

    I asked a simple question I've found my answers. Thank you for those people who were helpful.

    I'm not a stuffy pit bull hater. Intact I love all dogs.
    I'm realistic as too which can be more powerful and what breed is more suitable to your ownership level.
    My next door neighbors obviously don't even cut it to own a yap yap ankle biter.
    I'm notifying the council of this dog next door.
    Before I do this I will also get the information as to where the breeders are so I can pass this information on to.

    If people didn't breed these dogs (considering by law that have to be de-sexed) then there wouldn't be such a huge issue now with these dogs, if people learnt to control their dogs trained it in a balanced stable environment and didn't exploit them for their own fun and games then yet again there wouldn't be an issue in the first place for all "classified" restricted breeds or dangerous dogs.
    A mix of breeds though could create a dog of similar appearance as a "red nosed" APBT. Considering the state of the breed at the moment, I'd say it is highly unlikely to be a pure bred. Depending on where you live and how soft your council is they could simply say it is a AmStaff cross Douge or something lol

    Harley could have been classified as a pit bull (by someone that didn't know breeds), I don't have papers that could say otherwise. He was my first dog and I had no idea, I suppose I am just lucky that my neighbour at the time was smitten with him, who knows I could have had him PTS on me if my neighbour was a busy body

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    I read enough of this thread - seriously INB4CLOSE
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    reneighb

    You can edit your posts - at the bottom of each of your posts and to the right is an "edit post" link that will let you do that.

    You don't need to make a second post with your corrections. Just edit.

    The ipad predictive is funny but you might want to turn it off.

    And you might want to change your people reference to dog reference

    eg you can't cross a white dog with a black dog and get a yellow dog.

    And then you will see that what you say is wrong - if one or more of the grandparent dogs was yellow.

    Same goes with dogs that look like pitbulls. They really aren't. And pitbulls were never supposed to be human aggressive anyway. It's not that hard to do some random crosses of boxers, labs, bull arabs, and mastiffs and get something that looks exactly like a pit bull. I will repeat - you cannot tell what breed a dog is by looking at it.

    So it's not a restricted breed.

    In the hands of these owners it may well become a "dangerous dog" and that's the same rules apply but it's not breed specific.
    You've got more chance of getting this one enforced by your council, and getting the owners to do the right thing by suggesting if they don't train their dog - it will get declared dangerous and all the expense that goes with that.

    If you're very concerned for the dog's welfare - offer to help train it. Or put them in touch with some good trainers like Steve Courtney K9 Pro The K9 Professionals; Online Dog Shop

    Or offer to help find it another home. And while you're at it, find out where they got the dog (say you want one) and report the breeders to your local council.

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    For pities sake what on earth are reporting the dog to your local Council for ?

    Just keep yourself on your side of the fence and worry about your own dogs.
    If something detrimental goes wrong next door then deal it with then......by what you've said they will only rehome it shortly anyways. Surely you can close your eyes to a mixed breed tan red nosed pup for awhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post
    For pities sake what on earth are reporting the dog to your local Council for ?

    Just keep yourself on your side of the fence and worry about your own dogs.
    If something detrimental goes wrong next door then deal it with then......by what you've said they will only rehome it shortly anyways. Surely you can close your eyes to a mixed breed tan red nosed pup for awhile.


    If everything's legit choppa the person will have nothing to hide from the council? I couldn't care less if someone complained about my dog, I follow the rules, it's easy that way.
    As for your advice on reacting only after something detrimental happens, when you suspect it being a risk, sound advice, NOT!

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    Oh for gods sake Peter!

    A person posts an over the top reaction to a neighbours new pup.
    Now nobody knows what breed it is , Nobody.
    But because it has a red nose....look out it's one of those 'big bad Pit Bulls' !
    And its time to report it to Council which then endangers a poor innocent pups life.
    And you expect me to say "yeah! good for you!"

    What happened to being innocent until being proven guilty FFS ?!
    The only thing these people have done is get a new mixed breed pup that just happens to have a red nose. Seriously! It could be any number of breeds.

    Report to council??
    What for??

    Oh thats right....it has a red nose therefor it has to be a Pit Bull. Now we cant have one of them living next door can we .....
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    there's no innocent until proven guilty when it comes to dogs and speeding tickets.

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    Reneighb, is your life that empty that you have to cause dramas for your neighbours over a bloody pup!! You have created 10 pages of arguments over nothing..haven't you seen Cujo? Even St. Bernards can go nuts and they don't even have red noses.

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