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Posted May 20, 2011 14:01 UTC (Fri) by nevets (subscriber, #11875)
My dog (and the one in the picture here) looks like this:
This dog is best know for "Spuds McKenzie":
And currently the Target dog:
A pit bull looks more like this:
Which I think is a much uglier and more aggressive dog. But beauty is in the eye of the beholder ;)
Posted May 22, 2011 14:32 UTC (Sun) by pflugstad (subscriber, #224)
Lots of other dogs around during tournament - no more problems than any other breeds.
They are also usually very family friendly dogs - quite docile/lazy and very *protective* with kids. However, that trait makes them extremely aggressive with other dogs that they perceive as threats to "their" humans.
Note: yes these are generalizations. Pit bull's trained to fight are an entirely different beast (as is any animal cruel people have had a hand in raising...).
In short: while some pit bulls may be aggressive for whatever reason, don't paint the whole bread with the same brush.
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