Whitney05 is working overtime to own the pit bull / staffordshire terrier topic on hubpages. She has flooded the system with her sweet talk that smothers the truth about the APBT "lick you to death nanny dogs."
incredible that the unwell people who defend this perversion are unable to answer intelligently when confronted with the truth; they simply vote the truthful hubs down so that people cannot find them (herein engaging another act of murder -- they work overtime in their charity for the dogs and against children), and might respond with their trite "blame/fear the deed not the breed" and other cliches. yes, i blame the deed (a clever grammatical technique -- the 'deed' is the thing that is lacking an object of blame -- the noun which to blame is absent from the phrase) -- the deed that is being performed by pit bulls under the supervision of, and sometimes directed against, the pit bull owners.
I had my go around with Whitney05 about pitbulls last year, and while I do not agree with her in any way, shape or form, I must say that I admire her tenacity. Yes, her tactics can be annoying and downright underhanded at times, but she is devoted and is going to fight for her beliefs--no matter how misguided.
My suggestion to you would be to not lose sleep over it. You're not going to change her mind or win the battle. Just keep publishing what you want to and move forward.
What exactly are you opposed to, I mean every dog breed has the potential to have mean dogs.
Yes dogs as any animal have potential to be hateful but then for most part use depends on who is currently in their surrounding world...they react to how they are being treated so that is a reflection on owner ... again all animals have potential to be mean then wouldn't the owner be then just another animal as that is who the dog, cat, child original obtained these habits from... job well done they learned....
I have a friend who breeds and shows Amstaffs, and hers are very gentle dogs. I don't blame the breed. In fact, I pity those that are kept by cruel owners. The fighting dogs lead a miserable life.
by frantisek78 3 years ago
Despite the fact that many people claim that pit-bulls are given a bad reputation and that they are in fact loving dogs, the fact remains that they were bred specifically as fighters and to be aggressive. Just as golden retrievers are genetically very calm dogs, pit-bulls are genetically violent...
by Eternal Evolution 10 years ago
Tell us a little about your Pit, why you love them/this breed so much.I have a tan and white Pit Bull named Bowser, He'll be 10 months old may 10th. He's such a sweet loving boy. He's so silly and goofy I can't help but smile when I see him. He is the first pit i've owned and because of him I have...
by Kiz 11 years ago
Whitney, do you have a hub about the REAL behavior of pit bulls? If not, now may be the time to write one, since someone out there is writing horrible lies about APBTs on Hubpages.
by ksteed 9 years ago
I'm beginning my hubzone experience with a controversial topic, the American Pit Bull. I am the reluctant owner of this breed. I say reluctant, because as a child, I had a bad experience with a pit bull in our neighborhood. Dolly attacked my much loved border collie, Freckles, and...
by Stacie L 8 years ago
A Pit Bull Ban Proposed May Be Proposed in TexasJanuary 25, 2011 01:45 PM ESTA proposed pit bull ban in Texas is in the works. The legislation has been written and is going to the state legislature for possible inclusion in this year's legislative session.The question of banning the breed has...
by Dave Dillard 2 years ago
Pit Bull Terriers as Pets - Yes or No - and most importantly - WHY, especially if you answered yes?I personally am against having Pit Bulls as pets (especially for a family with children) for the very simple reason of “instinctive trait”. Pit Bulls were selected and groomed to be fighting dogs...
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