look dude, I love pits, but they were bred for fighting sports, not for nannying. pitty support groups need to accept that and move on, there's plenty of other reasons that pits aren't inherently dangerous.>>2602777
>A pit bull is not going to stop by lifting its back legs.
it works with any dog you mong.>>2594549>How come every dog attack story I hear is always about a pitbull?
3 reasons: 1. pits are common in low income areas, which usually translates into poor training and inattentive owners, additionally owners in these areas are less likely to spay/neuter their dogs, which regardless of breed makes for a generally more aggressive dog 2. the media doesn't differentiate between actual pitbulls and dogs that just kind of look like pits. 3. pit bulls (actual pits, not just lookalike breeds) make up anywhere between 5 and 10 percent of the total population of dogs in the US, making them far more prevalent than any other breed, so you're just more likely to run into one. >but this is the breed that shows up in almost every single case like this.
pitbulls make up ~60% of fatal dog attacks in the US and Canada. while that is disproportionately high, it's nowhere near almost every single case.>I think they are a relatively dumb breed and should probably be banned because their spread only causes problems.
you mean like German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Dobermans, Kangals, Tibetan Mastiffs, English Mastiffs, etc.?