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User avatar #6 - albinodogcrap (11/18/2012) [-]
Pitbulls, as all other puppies/dogs, are adorable. However, every pitbull does have a violent side and I still wouldn't ever want to own one or have my future children near one.
User avatar #53 to #6 - defender (11/18/2012) [-]
so yea my roommate has three pitbulls and they are the sweetest dogs in the world
#20 to #6 - laxitup (11/18/2012) [-]
Doesn't matter if you have one, mines coming for you
#11 to #6 - ThumbingUp (11/18/2012) [-]
Pitbulls bite fewer people per year than Chows, Dalmatians, ********************* , Chihuahuas, and a ton of other breeds. You're educated by the media and that's all. You should really put some effort into doing your own research before choosing a dog for your children. As a matter of fact, Pitbulls make just as good a guard dog as Rottweilers, Dobermans, German Shepherds, and the like, they tend to be non-aggressive, but the ones that ARE aggressive are DOG aggressive, not people aggressive, and would still defend you with their life.

Go ahead, go and Google "most dangerous dog breeds" or "dog breeds bites per year" and educate yourself.
User avatar #55 to #11 - albinodogcrap (11/18/2012) [-]
So I went ahead and googled most dangerous dog breeds, this is the first link http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/7/prweb9692432.htm. It states Pitbulls as the most dangerous because they were historically trained to be aggressive, powerful fighters. They may bite fewer people than chihuahuas, but pitbulls are much more deadly and throughout history have killed more people than any other domestic dog breed. There have been a total of 211 people killed by pitbulls or pitbull mix dogs since 2005, that is roughly thirty people a year.
User avatar #39 to #11 - travrob (11/18/2012) [-]
Also pitbulls used to be called the nanny dog because they were so good with children.
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