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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    I don't understand why it is necessary to become abusive in these discussions.

    Have fun feeling smarter than everyone else. I'm out of here.

    What abuse? Everyone keeps repeating just wanted to make it clear how i felt. Get the feeling people dont get that i dont have a problem with trained dogs however BITE dogs do not belong outside of thier trained roles.
    Last edited by puggerup; 09-20-2011 at 09:09 PM. Reason: Insulting other member

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    Why do you think I got out of this thread.
    You will say the same thing over and over and it just isn't listened to.
    Everyone has their own agenda and they all feel like they have to win.
    So this is makeing everyone say the same thing time after time.
    I go so sick of it and decided to stop posting here for that reason.

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    Thanks Puggerup. I'm slightly oversensitive when it comes to bad manners. I blame my mother.

    I agree Rid, these discussions don't go anywhere. Much nicer to go talk about the things that most of us come to this forum for: our own dogs and what they get up to.

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    I am another who feels safer around properly trained large animals.

    The bite inhibition on a properly trained PP dog, security dog (most aren't properly trained and are completely unreliable), police or military dog than I do with average joes pet in a backyard.

    It is abundantly clear that you have no knowledge, experience or desire to learn about the work and training that goes into these dogs peter. It is a shame, particularly as this type of work is in your dogs blood. Though it is also a shame that they have been bred in such a manner that they can no longer perform such tasks but that's neither here nor there.

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    I think buying a dog as a tool for personal protection is pitiful.
    You can have a well trained large breed dog, without teaching it to bite people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    I think buying a dog as a tool for personal protection is pitiful.
    You can have a well trained large breed dog, without teaching it to bite people.
    They aren't taught to bite people. They are taught to hold people. There is a major difference and a properly trained PP dog will not break the skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelanBatty View Post
    I am another who feels safer around properly trained large animals.

    The bite inhibition on a properly trained PP dog, security dog (most aren't properly trained and are completely unreliable), police or military dog than I do with average joes pet in a backyard.

    It is abundantly clear that you have no knowledge, experience or desire to learn about the work and training that goes into these dogs peter. It is a shame, particularly as this type of work is in your dogs blood. Though it is also a shame that they have been bred in such a manner that they can no longer perform such tasks but that's neither here nor there.
    Angelanbatty you know nothing about me and my desires so don't make stupid statements like your some kind of mindreader.
    Your right though I have no experience with a bite trained dog, however plenty with obedience trained dogs which to me goes beyond my needs.
    As far as my Neo goes I'm happy with his breed standard, sure there are some overdone but that goes for alot breeds, but then I guess your only having a crack at me.
    You clearly didn't read the points I made, unfortunately I can't use crayon on here as it might have made it easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelanBatty View Post
    They aren't taught to bite people. They are taught to hold people. There is a major difference and a properly trained PP dog will not break the skin.
    Hence the bite gallery

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    I saw dogs on sleeves and body suits. I didn't see any skin broken, I didn't see any blood or anything....

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    They had massive padded sleeves. If they are taught to not break skin, what's up with all the padding?
    Why call it a bite gallery?

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