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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - anon id: 240b7f45
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And this is what happens when you leave a vicious rottweiler alone with a kid
User avatar #85 to #15 - otherothersparker
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kid looks like an annoying cunt
#19 to #15 - karrotj
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yes the rottweiler punched that kid in the face so hard it broke his teeth
#23 to #19 - anon id: 240b7f45
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sure, and the scars are from licking too much...
#24 to #23 - karrotj
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Looks like a knife slash to me, dog bites typically arent so straight
#25 to #24 - anon id: 240b7f45
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beware the knife wielding dog!
#26 to #25 - karrotj
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lol now this is getting ridiculous :p
#29 to #15 - anon id: 8c365fb5
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"I'm a literal retard who can't be taken seriously"
#31 to #29 - anon id: 240b7f45
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Yeah you are
#61 to #15 - anon id: ed3d6805
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i can almost with 100% guarentee it's the kids fault.. the rotweiler won't jsut all of a sudden attack a kid...
#66 to #15 - anon id: 1a9af95c
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Wow, looks so painful. LOL, not really. I wonder what this little faggot did in order to get scratched by a dog.
#94 to #15 - animedudej
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dont let the dog sleep in your kids bed as it might attack him in the few second after it's woken up   
   
certain dog breeds are not good with Kids
dont let the dog sleep in your kids bed as it might attack him in the few second after it's woken up

certain dog breeds are not good with Kids
User avatar #109 to #15 - psykobear
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Kid shouldn't have been talkin' ****.
User avatar #97 to #15 - thebaseballexpert
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yet the smaller a dog gets, the more likely it is to turn on, and then attack, a human. bigger dogs get a bad rap because theyre big enough to leave serious injuries.
User avatar #99 to #97 - hydraetis
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Bigger dogs definitely seem to be the more trainable ones.
User avatar #102 to #99 - thebaseballexpert
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not just that, but little dogs feel the need to get very defensive, very quickly because of their size compared to most everything else. a toddler stepping on a Chihuahua could potentially break its leg. whereas I, being the 230 pound male that I am, regularly use my Pitbull as a body pillow. which do you think is going to turn around and bite first?
User avatar #21 to #15 - Dember
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Children are much too frequently left unsupervised, or simply permitted by their parents to be much too rough and disrespectful with animals. I can't guarantee that was the case here of course, or that it was caused by a dog at all; but any dog can have enough of a child's abuse.

The parent's problem is that they blindly boast how perfect their dog is with kids, and how their kid can do anything to that wonderful dog, because the dog hasn't had enough of it - yet.

And when they do, what else can they do? When they try to leave, the kid follows and continues harassing them. When they growl or express displeasure, they get ignored or scolded for giving a warning; so they bite to get the message across, like they would with any obnoxious, overly rambunctious puppy who was being disrespectful and annoying to them.

Teach your kids how to treat animals right - and that they are NOT the same as stuffed animal plush toys - and you will eliminate one of the number one reasons previously "good dogs" suddenly "attack their families".

Train your dog not to be aggressive with their food, toys and treats and you're pretty much in the clear - with your own dogs, that is. They should always be cautious and more reserved with other dogs they meet.

You'd think this would just be common sense... : /
User avatar #28 to #21 - niggastolemyname
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Many people lack critical thinking
This is pretty much entirely due to the fact that schools and parents don't really teach it. This is the case with curriculum things - I've had teachers who try to provoke indiv. thoughts. With curriculum things it's all input output except for math which requires the most understanding to get a good grade. But even that can be sidestepped by the test-maker by making the tests easier and the grading harder.

Parents and teachers alike who are authoritarian, telling children not to do things just because they should obey command. It can slide sometimes but otherwise it's very unhealthy to teach a child to obey authority blindly.
User avatar #67 to #28 - Dember
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what
User avatar #16 to #15 - intexuz
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rekt
#1 - friedgreenpomatoes
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Comment Picture
#95 to #1 - applesdontpee
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this was the sweetest, most heartwarming episode of looney tunes i've ever seen
#3 - needhansolo
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You get the cutest **** ever.
#8 - xdiabolicx
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#22 - helgheimftw
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oh my ******* god i love rottweilers
#72 - newall
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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.
User avatar #87 to #72 - mutzaki
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Which is why I'm for obligatory licenses to own larger dogs. They can become weapons just from owners being ignorant and inexperienced.
User avatar #113 to #72 - Kalas
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Why do people cut their dog's ears? I have a female Pitbull with uncut ears/tail but I know that people usually do that to their dogs. How does it affect the dog?
#76 to #72 - shakalakaboomboom
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A doberman with Uncut Ears and an Uncut tail, look at it's tail, it's awesome
#98 to #76 - wintergreensixnine
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i have a minpin exactly like this :3
#77 to #76 - newall
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exactly. beautiful dogs. I had a red Doberman when i was young (super young, like 2 or 3, named him buzz, after buzz lightyear toplel) he was almost 4 foot tall on all fours by the time he was fully grown.

We never cut his ears, but the breeder took his tail before we got him
User avatar #78 to #77 - shakalakaboomboom
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My Uncle had a Doberman as well when I was young and it was the same, uncut ears but a cut tail, it was the softest dog I've ever seen, I never heard it even bark. He has a new Doberman now after his last one grew old and passed away, and this time they got her completely uncut, I was so surprised when I saw the tail, I had no idea they actually had them
#80 to #78 - newall
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Yeah, it's surprising how many people genuinely believe boxers/dobermans/rotweilers just naturally have "no tail"

Personally, i think it should be illegal to remove them, but that's just me.
User avatar #81 to #80 - shakalakaboomboom
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I've heard that it is a lot more frowned upon now, so that may be the case in the future. I hope at least
#93 to #72 - itsjustblaze
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Im not trying to discredit that saying, cause in most cases thats true. But to say "theres no such thing" is a bit narrowminded. Youre making it sound like an animal can never in any case be responsible for its actions, and any negative acts commited must be the owners fault immediately. Thats like saying black people cant be responsible for any crimes they commit because many of them grow up in violent enviornments
Im not trying to discredit that saying, cause in most cases thats true. But to say "theres no such thing" is a bit narrowminded. Youre making it sound like an animal can never in any case be responsible for its actions, and any negative acts commited must be the owners fault immediately. Thats like saying black people cant be responsible for any crimes they commit because many of them grow up in violent enviornments
#103 to #93 - newall
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although you are correct, to some extent, dogs have far lesser cognitive ability than black people. In-fact, in the seven thousand years since we first domesticated dogs, we've bred them to be obedient, of course they have individual thoughts, but I've never met a dog that's been properly raised, that's been overtly aggressive.

Dogs that are trained to fight, or be status symbols (like most pitbulls/rotweilers/dobermen are) are usually raised in an aggressive, harsh manner, and are effectively conditioned to believe that they are rewarded for being as aggressive as possible.
#71 - ibashfunnyjunk
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>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
User avatar #110 to #71 - romdomcom
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They're the stupidest creatures, but they're so loving and loyal.
#74 to #71 - gentlehamm
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that dog... 2kawaii
#84 to #74 - ibashfunnyjunk
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she gets bullied by this one
#91 to #84 - wwhhaaq
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reminds me of this
User avatar #111 to #84 - gentlehamm
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aw
#62 - jiichei
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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 #63 to #62 - shyriu [OP]
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T_T
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User avatar #100 to #62 - womo
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Some dogs get their tails cut off when they're young, like my boxer had his tail cut off. Where I live England it's now illegal to cut off their tails. So newly bred dogs will have their tails. That's rough man sorry to hear that.
User avatar #112 to #62 - capslockrage
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I would have shot that mutt in the head.
User avatar #37 - antiponiesuser
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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.
#44 to #37 - anon id: 6f752655
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learn logic and rhetoric, faggot
User avatar #45 to #44 - antiponiesuser
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i am using the compelling evidence given you retard.

if the dog's traits are ''VICIOUS'' (learn to read ************), then it will attack the kittens at sight.

this proves that the dog isnt actually vicious at all.
#73 to #37 - Jeff C
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Thank god there's a hide all option. Have fun being retarded, retard
User avatar #40 to #37 - imagnetsux
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just because it attacks the mailman doesn't mean it'll do that to the kittens
User avatar #41 to #40 - antiponiesuser
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yes, because attacking the mailman for no reason is reatrded.

therefore the dog is reatrded.
therefore it will attack mostly anything.

point proven. Internet fights won= many and more
User avatar #42 to #41 - imagnetsux
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it matters how familiar someone is to the dog.
User avatar #43 to #42 - antiponiesuser
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exactly thats why.

taking into account the mailman comes many days

he should be familiar
User avatar #46 to #43 - imagnetsux
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guard dogs have 3 trust tiers:
intruder, attack immediately
visitor, watch closely
lives here, cuddle

they sometimes have trouble with that middle area.
User avatar #48 to #46 - antiponiesuser
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well then they should be classified as stupid by human standards.

and i dont want to clasify them by any other standard.

mainly because if im visiting a friend and he got some ****** retarded dog who attacks on sight, the visit turns into something unpleasant.
User avatar #49 to #48 - imagnetsux
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but the kittens that were born there might be perfectly safe
User avatar #50 to #49 - antiponiesuser
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my point is that if you make up **** is perfectly normal for it to fit.

as if I say ''harry potter defeated voldemort, BECAUSE...'' and then give reasons.

if you want to portrait the real reaction of the dog towards some kittens, you should use some random kittens instead of those already known by the dog

tl;dr every comment , my point is that this post is ****** and not funny at all, but yet again, this is crappyjunk so....
User avatar #51 to #50 - imagnetsux
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it's a new thing we're trying called a joke.
#52 to #51 - antiponiesuser
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joke

how in seven hells is this post a joke?

take a look at this picture, is a tree

SIKE it was a rock all along

wow u got trolled so hard you cant even even so fahny ''joke''
User avatar #53 to #52 - imagnetsux
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"this is what happens when you leave a vicious Rottweiler alone with 2 kittens"

post is anything but a horrifying mess of dead animal
User avatar #54 to #53 - antiponiesuser
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i thought we were trying to imitate /b/

why isnt there ded cats?
User avatar #55 to #54 - imagnetsux
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that's the joke
User avatar #56 to #55 - antiponiesuser
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m8
User avatar #57 to #56 - imagnetsux
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m9
#58 to #57 - antiponiesuser
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#96 to #37 - chrisel
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He's being sarcastic ********.
User avatar #114 to #96 - antiponiesuser
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how do you make all those textes like in bprderlands and borderlands 2?
User avatar #117 to #114 - chrisel
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I didn't made it.
User avatar #118 to #117 - antiponiesuser
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but hoooow
User avatar #119 to #118 - chrisel
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I don't know, I didn't make it.
#5 - janosaudron
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they're obviously not alone, the rott is staring directly at the camera
#33 to #5 - schnitzelwagen
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But what if nobody is camera?