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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Well I know what I'm on about at least

    Ok I lie.. even I have no idea


    All breeds can be aggressive, all can be spooked.. all should be on leads in the street, Bull breeds aren't more aggressive than other breeds they can just do more damage.

    Does that make sense?
    Makes sense & very true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    Same here BOH... it really gets to me too, to point of being very angry & even shedding tears.

    I feel like sending a picture of Ralph and Damien to all the TV stations and Radio stations saying "Here, this is a really dangerous SBT"!
    Or would like to get a videoof a room full of SBTs with someone laying down in the middle laughing as they are getting tickled by all the SBT kisses!

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    People have problems with blue heeler too.. OH thinks are they jealous that they cant own a wonderful breed and their heads are too far up their asses..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peta23 View Post
    People have problems with blue heeler too.. OH thinks are they jealous that they cant own a wonderful breed and their heads are too far up their asses..
    My first couple of dogs were blue heelers and loved them to bits. Most people were scared of them, but I do remember a friend of dad's who had a very nasty blue heeler. He was made aggressive to scare off people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemiannic View Post
    My first couple of dogs were blue heelers and loved them to bits. Most people were scared of them, but I do remember a friend of dad's who had a very nasty blue heeler. He was made aggressive to scare off people.
    Yeah Boss get a aggressive with certin people, which is good.

    Yeah before we got Boss, I thought blue heeler were always aggressive then getting Boss and meeting his parents, I changed my mind..


    I think at the moment Boss is having a nap with the cats..

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    My SIL phoned me in tears yesterday because her neighbours pitbull (who she loves) attacked a smaller dog and had been taken by the council.

    She asked if they are likely to put the dog down. For one, the dog mustn't be registered if she is calling a PB cross. I told her the dog HAS to be registered and as a AMstaff cross not PB, even if her neighbour prefers to think she has a tougher dog

    I then asked if the dog was on a lead. She didn't answer, so I guessed not
    I sighed and said.. well it seems the poor dog is copping the punishment for your neighbours stupidity.

    I then told her she can object to having the dog destroyed and apply for a hearing and maybe they will give conditions like a muzzle if she is lucky.

    It ****s me that people with large dogs like that don't use leads.. if they attack it's just yet another blow to their already tarnished reputation.

    I am furious at the entire situation.
    Mismanagement and ignorance of breed traits, It's rife.
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