Ouch, my emotions!. . S. The Jack Russell Terrier who gave his life to rescue five children from wild dogs. In 2007, five children were playing with George when
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Ouch, my emotions!

S. The Jack Russell Terrier who gave his life to rescue
five children from wild dogs.
In 2007, five children were playing with George when they were attacked by pit bulls.
George tried to protect us by barking and rushing at them," said one of the children
about the attack, "but they started to bite him - one on the head and the other on the
back." His heroic: intervention saved the children, though he later died from his injuries.
George was posthumously’ awarded a medal for bravery’.
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#20 - hugfactory (10/05/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Kid on the far left looks old as ****
#31 - DeathclawRulez (10/05/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Guy on the left.
Guy on the left.
User avatar #2 - fuckthepopo (10/04/2013) [+] (30 replies)
You know, I know people are all "save the pitbulls" and **** , but seriously people, pitbulls have really ****** up natures. They should be restrained more than other dogs.
User avatar #3 to #2 - mrtwilightsparkle (10/04/2013) [-]
They can be really sweet, but just as easily they can be ****** up. They're bred for killing other animals, so for obvious reasons they shouldn't be around children.
#30 - dejax ONLINE (10/05/2013) [+] (6 replies)
My pitbull rosie saved my cat from a coyote...her bills cost over $2000 and I regret nothing from saving her....bitch worth every penny...						****					 the pitbull haters, there is no such thing as a bad dog...just a bad owner....so heres a duck...
My pitbull rosie saved my cat from a coyote...her bills cost over $2000 and I regret nothing from saving her....bitch worth every penny... **** the pitbull haters, there is no such thing as a bad dog...just a bad owner....so heres a duck...
#70 - lolzordz (10/05/2013) [+] (4 replies)
since when do pitbulls just come out of nowhere and attack? what is this, pokemon?
since when do pitbulls just come out of nowhere and attack? what is this, pokemon?
#10 - include ONLINE (10/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#57 - lolidontcare (10/05/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I find it funny how FJ always goes white knight when it comes to pit bulls. It might be true that it depends on the owner MOST of the time with a pit bull's nature; but that isn't in ALL the cases.    
   
My sister's personal experience with a pitbull brought up in a loving environment: My grandparents live on a barn, and like most barns/farms, they have a lot of animals, mostly domesticated, but you also get the cow, chickens, pigs, ect. Anyway, one of the many animals on that farm was a pit bull. The dog was never abused, had an open free environment, and lived with a community of animals. Well, one day while my sister was visiting my grandparents for the summer, she was sitting outside with the pit on the patio, watching the field of animals, and one of the pet cats started to graze the field, and without any warning or implication, the pit just charges the cat down and rips the animal apart.    
   
Like I said, the pit was brought up in a loving community, she was never aggressive with any of the animals or people; but it doesn't change the fact she snapped with no provocation from anything and mauled a cat that she lived with down. FJ can try and pretend pit bulls are just another harmless domesticated dog; but y'all bitches need to stop kidding yourselves. Pits have a latent aggressive nature.    
   
I've seen too many posts where you people try to depict all pit bulls as some loving all around safe dogs. Most fatalities or injuries from dog attacks are mostly from pit bulls. Most of the gruesome dog attacks are attributed to pits. I agree with you guys that the owner is a major contributing factor in a pit's nature, but you can't ignore the fact  that the dog is built to kill other animals.    
   
Sorry for the boring wall of text. Just got sick of FJ'ers acting like all Pits are the sweetest most loving dogs given they have a nice owner.    
   
Here's a gif for wasting your time
I find it funny how FJ always goes white knight when it comes to pit bulls. It might be true that it depends on the owner MOST of the time with a pit bull's nature; but that isn't in ALL the cases.

My sister's personal experience with a pitbull brought up in a loving environment: My grandparents live on a barn, and like most barns/farms, they have a lot of animals, mostly domesticated, but you also get the cow, chickens, pigs, ect. Anyway, one of the many animals on that farm was a pit bull. The dog was never abused, had an open free environment, and lived with a community of animals. Well, one day while my sister was visiting my grandparents for the summer, she was sitting outside with the pit on the patio, watching the field of animals, and one of the pet cats started to graze the field, and without any warning or implication, the pit just charges the cat down and rips the animal apart.

Like I said, the pit was brought up in a loving community, she was never aggressive with any of the animals or people; but it doesn't change the fact she snapped with no provocation from anything and mauled a cat that she lived with down. FJ can try and pretend pit bulls are just another harmless domesticated dog; but y'all bitches need to stop kidding yourselves. Pits have a latent aggressive nature.

I've seen too many posts where you people try to depict all pit bulls as some loving all around safe dogs. Most fatalities or injuries from dog attacks are mostly from pit bulls. Most of the gruesome dog attacks are attributed to pits. I agree with you guys that the owner is a major contributing factor in a pit's nature, but you can't ignore the fact that the dog is built to kill other animals.

Sorry for the boring wall of text. Just got sick of FJ'ers acting like all Pits are the sweetest most loving dogs given they have a nice owner.

Here's a gif for wasting your time
User avatar #7 - angelmatvey (10/04/2013) [+] (5 replies)
My best friend has the sweetest pit bull, cutest dog I've ever met, but I still don't think they should be bred as much as they are simply because they're capable of doing a lot of damage if they're not raised right or are provoked.
#8 to #7 - rimjobmcgee (10/04/2013) [-]
Any dog provoked enough will bite. I own two pits,both giant lap dogs, sweet as can be wouldn't hurt a fly, but they do kill spiders that crawl in the bed with us. Smartest dogs I've ever had too. And I don't think they're bred too much, but I do think their should be a restriction on owing them. Some kind of test so they have good owners. The article mentions they're wild dogs before it mentions pit bull though, and any large wild dog can do some damage, a doberman or husky or similar being more dangerous by far than a pit. I hate the negative image they have from the scum that's raised them wrong. Sorry to rant, but looking at my sweet babies I have to
User avatar #28 - darksideofthebeast (10/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
And on the other side you can see pit bull haters claiming every pit bull is like this.
Still a very sad story.
#97 - feckarseturnips (10/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Dogs man. They just ake you want to be a better person. Not like cats. Those ******* would eat you if you were small enough.

“If cats looked like frogs we'd realize what nasty, cruel little bastards they are. Style. That's what people remember.” - Terry Pratchett

Pic related. The innate ferocity of Pitbulls.
#88 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account** (10/05/2013) [+] (2 replies)
In any situation, even against wolves a loyal dog will protect it's owner, that is why you are advised to let your dog go when being followed by wolves.
In any situation, even against wolves a loyal dog will protect it's owner, that is why you are advised to let your dog go when being followed by wolves.
User avatar #27 - douthit (10/05/2013) [+] (21 replies)
95% of the animal attacks I hear on the news are pit bulls--I'm just saying. You can't say that "it's all in how they're raised", because we all know that behavior is determined by both nature and nurture. Are 99% of pit bull owners abusing their dogs to the point that they attack people? I hate to see everyone always defending pit bulls simply to be edgy, "tolerant", and different.
#45 to #44 - improbablyyourdad (10/05/2013) [-]
Because I don't agree with his opinion and he hasn't somehow realized the media is ******** .
#1 - duudegladiator (10/04/2013) [-]
Just like in I Am Legend....
Just like in I Am Legend....
#99 - greedtheavaricious (10/05/2013) [-]
This was sad. And awesome. But mostly sad.
This was sad. And awesome. But mostly sad.
#56 - neoexdeath ONLINE (10/05/2013) [-]
His reincarnated form.
#75 - angelusprimus (10/05/2013) [-]
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User avatar #69 - ThatFuckingGuy (10/05/2013) [-]
Wait is that old guy the fifth child?
#33 - dinkleiceberg (10/05/2013) [-]
No way too many feels.
No way too many feels.
User avatar #14 - Noonelikesanimal (10/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
that one on the left is definitely not achild
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