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#15 - Womens Study Major (08/14/2014) [+] (19 replies)
And this is what happens when you leave a vicious rottweiler alone with a kid
#16 to #15 - intexuz (08/14/2014) [-]
rekt
#1 - friedgreenpomatoes (08/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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#3 - needhansolo (08/14/2014) [-]
You get the cutest **** ever.
#22 - helgheimftw ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
oh my ******* god i love rottweilers
#72 - newall (08/14/2014) [+] (10 replies)
There's no such thing as a dangerous dog, only dangerous owners.

Raise your dog right, and it won't hurt anyone, save to defend it's owners.

Pic related, doberman with natural, uncut ears.
#71 - ibashfunnyjunk (08/14/2014) [+] (5 replies)
>All rottweilers are dangerous and should be banned
I've owned two rottweilers in my lifetime and I've also lived next door to one since I was little, my first was poisoned when she was just 6 months old and the one in the photo is my second. All three rottweilers were loving, fairly timid and never hurt anyone or anything, especially the two I owned who were bossed about by my yorkshire terrier. The way they act really is down to who owns them, if brought up right then they're sweet, loyal and pretty docile
#62 - jiichei (08/14/2014) [+] (4 replies)
when I was 8 years old a rottweiler (named Kona, he had no tail for some reason, or is it a trait to rottweilers? I've seen some who have a tail...) got into my house. I tried to take him by his collar and take him away from the house, but he was like a statue, eyes fixated on my cat (named Maukku) who was on a climbing tree, about 1,5 meter high above the floor. the second I released my grip from the dog (I still regret this) he ran and jumped to my cat and took her away from the climbing tree. She was a small and young cat/kitten, but damn she was brave. She fought against the dog the whole time, even when she was half inside of Konas mouth, there was a lot of blood everywhere. I tried to help her by trying to get in the way, shouting at him and I even kicked him in his balls (I felt terrible about it but I put my cats life ahead of konas balls.). finally someone came in the house and together we seized the dog and I took Maukku in my arms as soon as I could and started to run away from the dog, but she attacked me, I guess she didn't know what was going on, I was able to see her rib bone. (I still have scars on my arm from her claws. some people have thought that I've cut myself!) she broke free from my arms and ran back at the dog and kona put her down with only one bite to the head. I just can't help it but I blame myself. I should've taken the dog out by force or something, it was my biggest mistake that I let go of his collar. but then again, I was young and weak. and stupid.   
   
but I don't blame the dog, never really did blame him. He was a hunting dog if I remember correctly... even if he wasn't, he was just acting from his instincts.   
   
take this gif if I upset you. btw that left kitten looks a lot like Maukku.
when I was 8 years old a rottweiler (named Kona, he had no tail for some reason, or is it a trait to rottweilers? I've seen some who have a tail...) got into my house. I tried to take him by his collar and take him away from the house, but he was like a statue, eyes fixated on my cat (named Maukku) who was on a climbing tree, about 1,5 meter high above the floor. the second I released my grip from the dog (I still regret this) he ran and jumped to my cat and took her away from the climbing tree. She was a small and young cat/kitten, but damn she was brave. She fought against the dog the whole time, even when she was half inside of Konas mouth, there was a lot of blood everywhere. I tried to help her by trying to get in the way, shouting at him and I even kicked him in his balls (I felt terrible about it but I put my cats life ahead of konas balls.). finally someone came in the house and together we seized the dog and I took Maukku in my arms as soon as I could and started to run away from the dog, but she attacked me, I guess she didn't know what was going on, I was able to see her rib bone. (I still have scars on my arm from her claws. some people have thought that I've cut myself!) she broke free from my arms and ran back at the dog and kona put her down with only one bite to the head. I just can't help it but I blame myself. I should've taken the dog out by force or something, it was my biggest mistake that I let go of his collar. but then again, I was young and weak. and stupid.

but I don't blame the dog, never really did blame him. He was a hunting dog if I remember correctly... even if he wasn't, he was just acting from his instincts.

take this gif if I upset you. btw that left kitten looks a lot like Maukku.
User avatar #37 - antiponiesuser (08/14/2014) [+] (25 replies)
a vicioous rottveiler?

then the kittens should be dead.

this proves that it is not vicious.

learn logic and rethoric, faggot OP, using them we can spot fake post from miles away.
#96 to #37 - chrisel (08/14/2014) [-]
He's being sarcastic ******** .
#5 - janosaudron ONLINE (08/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
they're obviously not alone, the rott is staring directly at the camera
#89 - zuflux ONLINE (08/14/2014) [+] (5 replies)
They get even cuter when you mix them with a Border Collie.
My parents dog is half'n half.
#27 - liberalgodess (08/14/2014) [+] (11 replies)
People have no need for such powerful dogs when other more peaceful breeds are available.
Owning rottweilers should be banned.

And don't give me that **** about "hurr durr it's the owner's fault." It's the gun debate all over again. There's too much potential for abuse. You're putting innocent lives in danger, especially children's.
#35 to #27 - shadowgandalf (08/14/2014) [-]
"People have no need for such powerful dogs when other more peaceful breeds are available".

Humankind have no need for strong people either at this point. Better start killing all tall and bulky people!

"And don't give me that **** about "hurr durr it's the owner's fault." It's the gun debate all over again. There's too much potential for abuse. You're putting innocent lives in danger, especially children's."

Dem nasty tall and bulky people are too much of a risk to the children! Better kill them of now!
#14 - fourchinsbrah (08/14/2014) [-]
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#82 - carrotpotato (08/14/2014) [-]
That's one ******* fat dog.
#11 - shikoti ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Little do we know, that the dog is actually dead...he was murdered by the kitties.. and now.....the one with camera...

i might need to go to bed.
#10 - katapage (08/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Rotts are one of the best family dogs ever. Our rott ronnie nearly killed a guy that broke into our house a few years ago. He had never even showed aggressive behavior before. He was only vicious when he needed to be. He was always my best buddie.
#9 - hudge (08/14/2014) [-]
He's so floppy!
#4 - Womens Study Major (08/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Except when it kills them.
User avatar #32 to #4 - schnitzelwagen ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
You are right, that one cat killed too many dogs already.
User avatar #2 - fullpotatomode (08/13/2014) [-]
Dude, that's ******* disturbing. You better put it in morbid before you get banned.
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