Let's just say that we should choose a pet incapable of causing severe harm or death. These parents have something to say to others about their experience, and how they would do things differently had they known. Well, now they sadly do, and hopefully you too, will heed this lesson.
It's not a question of being capable of doing such harm. It's a question of wanting to. All dogs can bite. The vast majority doesn't want to, and if they feel they must they'll be careful to cause zero to minimal damage. It's just a handful of breeds doing this mauling and killing, even of infants. I'm appalled at how many people are nowadays brainwashed into believing that this is behavior all dogs will show if only they can. This amounts to cooperating with the pit nutters in their attempts to normalize pit bull behavior as general dog behavior. The problem is the pit types and mixes, with the Rottweiler way, way second, and a very small number of other breeds that are way, way, way, way, WAY third, fourth and fifth. All of this is the result of selective breeding for abnormal aggression. Please don't fail to absorb the word ABNORMAL here. This behavior is absolutely not normal in the domestic dog. They will NOT all of them try to kill the baby in the night, nor will all of them try to kill you just because they're in a group, nor because someone slams a door, slips on the ice, sneezes, mows their lawn, etc.
EXACTLY SPUTNIK!I am so thoroughly sick of nutters trying to condemn every dog, just because their pit bulls do what they were bred to do. Malamutes are dangerous dogs too. They're almost always on the list of dogs most likely to attack. Malamutes have a dog aggression problem as well. Sound familiar?
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