View Poll Results: What should happen to Pit Bull's?

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  • Treated like every other dog

    13 39.39%
  • Owners should pass some kind of test or course before owning one

    19 57.58%
  • Destroyed

    1 3.03%
  • Laws stay how they are

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Thread: I am new here but very passionate about Pit Bulls and how they are treated

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    Default I am new here but very passionate about Pit Bulls and how they are treated

    Hi,
    Im new but i do alot on facebook and other sites to try to help pitbulls and other bully breeds as much as possible i hate what BSL is doing to these wonderful dogs and families and if people on here would check out my video about these dogs and BSL that would mean so much and maybe share it around and change some minds because i really think we are heading in the wrong direction especially with what the media is making these wonderful family pets out to be...




    Pit bull The Truth - YouTube

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    Aaah you're preaching to the choir! Most of us here agree and are against BSL

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    same here im against bsl too
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    thats awesome i am so glad to find some people who care about these great dogs
    Share this video and spread the word before its too late....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXC7QVGLMPA

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    You've certainly come to the right place

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    love that video gamer_chick, i think everyone should be forced to read "The Lost Dogs" by Jim Gorant before being allowed an opinion on pitbulls.

    While my dog is an SBT, he's still effectively a pitbull. My sister is currently staying with me and it's awesome to watch just how loving and protective of her kids he is. She also stayed with me a few years back when her youngest was a newborn, every afternoon when she was put in her cot for a sleep, Jack would go and sleep under her cot - just wanting to make sure she was ok. Also when my sister put her down on a sheepskin on the floor to let her kick her legs and stuff, Jack would lie down next to her. One day Jack laid a little close and her kicking was kicking him in the head. What did Jack do, raised his head and pinned her leg down with his chin

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    I care, as I care greatly about all dogs...but being what I am and what i do (dogtraining and a nurse) I also see the other side of dogs and the injuries..........So i think people and not just for Pittbulls should be licensed. I am seeing so many misunderstood dogs and aggressive dogs. And so many are ending up in the pound and from there to rescue, where some of us are trying to rehabilitate dogs to hopefully get a better home and someone who cares.
    All dogs should be seen as individuals, but we must also accept the fact that some type of dogs ( and this includes many breeds) can do a lot of damage when they have been either mistreated or left untrained/out of control.
    I love all dogs, will do my best to try and help all dogs, but i am no fool and realise that some dogs cannot be retrained for anyone to have as a pet......

    I think these should be more thought put into dog owner-ship, I have no idea how this could be done, but maybe in a perfect world there would be a way
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    I 100% agree newfsie. I think a licensing system and mandatory minimum training requirements would go close to solving the dog attack problem. And yup, i'd be more than willing to pay for a licence and whatever proof of training was required(i'd like to think that i'd be allowed to train my own dog and then have him/her assessed rather than mandatory attendance at actual dog training but i would comply either way) so that i could own whatever breed i so desired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    I 100% agree newfsie. I think a licensing system and mandatory minimum training requirements would go close to solving the dog attack problem. And yup, i'd be more than willing to pay for a licence and whatever proof of training was required(i'd like to think that i'd be allowed to train my own dog and then have him/her assessed rather than mandatory attendance at actual dog training but i would comply either way) so that i could own whatever breed i so desired.
    Ditto i think it would go a long way to stop dog attacks and dog abuse....it could apply to other animals aswell i guess. Some sort of course that takes a while to complete but dosnt cost the earth as there are lots and lots of low income/pensioners who love and treat thier dogs well. I'd hate for them to be unable to own a dog. Most wankers are turned off if they have to conform to rules , sit test's or have thier backgrounds checked.

    On a good note i finally have a pitbull on my gas run...he's a friendly little bugger once he stops barking at the big truck on his property...


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    If only it was a perfect world

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