Saturday, October 15, 2016

VENICE BEACH CA - A PIT BULL ATTACKED A PUG DOG AND WOULD NOT RELEASE - A HERO FINALLY PUT HIS FINGER UP PIT'S BUTT TO MAKE IT LET GO - "RESPONSIBLE OWNERS" NEVER HEARD OF A BREAK STICK???





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGff7kKIe2Y&feature=share

OCT 1, 2016 -

"CALLED 911 TO HELP BUT THEY ONLY HELP IF PIT BULL ATTACKS PEOPLE NOT OTHER DOG. PEOPLE HIT AND PULL PIT TO UNLOCK BUT ONLY WHEN ALEX STICKS FINGER UP DOGS BUTT DOES HE UNLOCK. ALEX SAVED MY DOG BY DOING THIS TO PIT BULL." -  FILMED BY NAME ON RICE.COM




2 comments:

Anonymous said...

How often does one hear the claim that "pit bulls don't want to attack other dogs, they only attack other dogs because they are so loyal to their owners and will obey any command."

If this is the case, then why do they so often ignore the command to let go?

I'm tempted to download a bunch of these videos and make a "loyal pit bull" Youtube compilation.

Anonymous said...

How often do you hear "pit bulls don't have locking jaws"?

What do nutters think when we say pit bulls have locking jaws? That there is a keyhole and a key, and a pit bull's jaw is locked like the padlock dangling from the metal chain around pibble's neck?

Pit bulls have locking jaws in the sense that they DO NOT LET GO once they have latched onto their victim. It requires a break stick to pry the jaw open. Is it that hard of a concept to grasp?

Would it be better to describe that pit bulls lock onto their victims with their jaws? I mean, seriously, it's hard to argue with nutters, they're that stupid.

I love in the video, how once the pit bull is unlocked from the victim, the guy goes up and kicks it.