The truth about pit bulls, is that they are actually kissbulls. I also refer to them as wigglebutts and smiley dogs. I have never met a pit bull I didn't like.
I'm a proud mother of two pit pups and they are like children to me. I have never had such loving, people-friendly and snuggly dogs. Together, we walk, run, play, snuggle, act as couch potatoes and sleep. They love nothing more than being with their people.
Stop spreading hatred people, especially those who have never even owned a pit. Enough of the ridiculous sensationalized news stories...how about some of the good images of pits--with their families and working as therapy dogs or polics dogs.
They are a wonderful breed, and kinder and gentler than most people I know.
You should write a hub about this, it would make a good topic!
I have.. ;-) A bunch of them. With the title "The Truth About American Pit Bull Terriers" being one of them.
Snowgirl, if you write about the breed, make sure to do so in an unbiased mannor, as you can't deny any of the allegations of their attacks or the possibility that one can occur if the dog is untrained and unsocialized. I will admit that, and I, too, am an advocate of the breed.
We aren't saying that require the same exact training, as one cannot even train a retriever the same as a chihuahua. We are stating that by training and socializing a dog of a bully breed status, you will have a better balanced dog. No one stated anything about how to train or socialize them. We are referring to in general, training and socializing.
by whitney_185 6 years ago
Have a good pit-bull story?I recently adopted a pit-bull mix that is a great dog and very friendly towards everyone. Adults, children, other dogs, etc... She was adopted from animal control, and whenever I talk about her and people ask what she is, you can see their negative opinions forming. I...
by Hoodala 7 years ago
7 year old Tanner Monk was killed by 2 pit bulls in Texas last week. Another sad tale in the long history of pit bulls. I just had to write a completely factual hub about pit bulls and their history. Tanners death is no joke, what is a joke is not having laws banning these menaces...
by lrohner 9 years ago
Took my 3 doggies (a mini doxie and two chihuahuas) to the dog park this afternoon for their 4th of July celebration. Was there for about an hour with all of the dogs (about 30 of them, big and small) having a great time. Then the pitbulls started coming. One pit came in through the gate with his...
by Julie Grimes 7 years ago
I have to admit I am one of those people who are scared of pit bulls. However, as an animal lover I also know this is an unfounded fear, and that any pit bulls that I have came in contact with have been the sweetest dogs ever! So when I read yahoo 's article about the "nanny dogs" I...
by frantisek78 2 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 9 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...
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