Friday, February 4, 2011

weekly frankenmauler roundup 02/04/11

Odie
02.02.11 sequim, washington while Sarah McMillion was walking her chihuahua mix, she encountered a couple of PHILIP BOOTH'S pit dogs. Sarah lost part of a finger and Odie needed $900 in vet care after the scuffle. no somehow about this attack. BOOTH knows exactly how this FREAK ACCIDENT occurred. BOOTH admitted he was aware that his dogs could climb out of the fence, so he increased the fence height but still the dogs were able to climb out. BOOTH also admitted that the female displayed aggression in the past and showed his own injuries to the police. BOOTH then went on to add that when he was a pit dog breeder in south carolina he provided medical care to fighting dogs afterwards but denies any involvement in training dogs for fighting. his honesty is breath of fresh air. too bad he didn't add, dogs are NOT trained to fight, they are BRED and CONDITIONED to fight. link #2 the pit fighters are in quarantine and dangerous dogs charges have been filed. i am betting that BOOTH will let the city give Ali and Sarge dirt naps. he still has 2 other pits and they haven't been declared dangerous, YET.

01.27.11 waxhaw, north carolina prior to taking the life of Makayla Woodard two weeks ago, the very same two mutants attacked a yorkie and menaced other neighbors.


rip Dudley
01.29.11 oakland, california 82 yr old Camilla Hill was walking Dudley, her little shih-tzu that meant the world to her when the frankenmaulers belonging to a neighbor got loose and killed him. the unnamed pit nutter claims to be very sorry and wants to make amends (whatever that means) but refused to speak to KTVU when they showed up at his door.

01.28.11 UK 74 yr old Cliff Morgan had to fight off a nanny dog while walking his dogs. the nanny dog nearly tore Whiskey in half. Morgan's other dog Beauty escaped injury.


01.29.11 UK PETER WATERFALL'S mutant ASBO has so far attacked at least 3 dogs that we know of. on two of those attacks, WATERFALL refused to step in stating he didn't want to get his "trainers" dirty. ASBO'S personal mutant score card consists of a near fatal attack on Jack a jack russell terrier, Diesel a german shepherd and Skitz a fellow nanny dog. the 19 yr old yob's mutant will be seized and neutered. he must wear a muzzle in public and be supervised by a responsible adult. yeah, right.

02.01.11 eugene, orgeon three mutant pit bulls escaped their property and attacked a 6 month old seizure dog. the owner was knocked but not bitten. three people saw this and came to her rescue. the owners will likely receive dogs at large citations.

02.02.11 menifee, california an 80+ year old woman was attacked by 2 mutants during her morning walk. of course the pit nutter was not compliant with the rabies law, so they are in quarantine. MONIQUE MIDDLETON with the ramona humane society said the dogs will be considered POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS.
potentially adverb having or showing the capacity to become or develop into something in the future
dangerous adjective able or likely to cause harm or injury
the dogs belong to JOEL MORALES from oxnard, who claims he was visiting his father PETER MORALES. but neighbors say the dogs have been a problem and probably why the 80+ yr old victim was carrying a golf club. last october there was a complaint that the dogs killed a goat. in menifee, the pit nutter would be allowed to keep the mutants but must have a reinforced kennel. if the mutants go back to oxnard, the city will be notified and they could be euthanized.

02.02.11 beaumont, texas Sam Parigi's goats and sheep were attacked by a mutant pair. a passerby who just happened to be a bowhunter saw it and tried to stop the attack. when his efforts failed, he used his bow. he killed them both and without adding more injuries to the flock. outfuckingstanding. five goats and sheep suffered neck bites, lost ears and lost a tail.

02.02.11 UK a 22 yr old pit nutter from redditch has been cautioned by police and his ugly mutant seized and will be euthanized after almost killing a lurcher. the mutant was described as a rottweiler/nanny dog cross.

02.03.11 summerville, georgia a pack of 5 dogs has killed 15-20 cats and one dog in the last 2 weeks. three have been caught, the two fugitives are described as a brown and white pit bull and a brown rottweiller (?)

02.03.11 york county, south carolina a mutant pit bull went on a killing spree. four alpacas were killed. 30 yr old MACILINLEY CLAYTON IZZARD of 2691 Ogden Road was cited for malicious injury to public property >$10K

02.04.11 new zealand a pit bull escaped its yard and attacked another pit bull being walked by its owner. the attack attracted quite the crowd. about 30 people tried to intervene for 10 minutes. finally a man used his crutch as a break stick to get the mutant off but then he turned on the crowd sending them running for cover. of course the mutant is a well known problem. the "horrified" pit nutter surrendered the crazed beast where it continued in the red zone at the shelter and received a dirt nap. okay, who reading this thinks the outcome would be different for a labrador? how about a collie? how about a german shepherd? you must go to the original story and read about this attack.

the pit mix, the husky looks well fed too.
02.03.11 ben lomond, california a husky and a pit mix attacked 3 pygmy goats, killing one. Zipper, the goat who was killed, also suffered a pit bull attack years ago that left him without a voice. the owners of the goats plans to sue the pit nutter.

02.03.11 larkin valley, california a red heeler and a pit killed 5 sheep and injured 2 other so severely they were euthanized. the female pit nutter surrendered them for dirt naps.

02.03.11 internet chatter I was on vacation and left my two dogs with my boyfriends parents. They have two fenced in yards at their house, one in the back for their large dog and one in the front to keep deer and goats away from their plants. The neighbors two their right also have a fenced in back yard for their three large breed dogs. While we were away, my Boxer was kept in the back yard with my boyfriend’s parents pit bull and my Boston terrier, Whiskey, was kept inside the house. Whiskey was very small and could easily overheat in the summer (we live in Tucson, AZ). Every day, Whiskey was let out in the front yard to go to the bathroom where the other two dogs are not allowed. Whiskey was allowed in the front yard because if he went in the backyard he would want to come in, but stay with the other two dogs. On the fifth day of our vacation, my boyfriend’s mom let Whiskey out to use the restroom as she got dressed for work. When she returned ten minutes later, Whiskey was gone. My boxer was barking and jumping at the neighbors fence. My boyfriends mom walked to the neighbors where the neighbor handed her my dog’s dead body in a blanket. The neighbor explained that one of his dogs had gotten into my boyfriends parent’s front yard and was playing with my dog. When he called his dog back over, my dog followed and the neighbors other dog attacked and killed my dog. The neighbor also pointed out the hole dug by his dogs, which allowed his dog into the front yard in the first place. He knew there was a hole and planned on filling it but did not believe it was big enough for any dog to get through. So he said, "I was in no hurry." I know my dog was on his property and I know accidents happen but can’t he be held accountable for something? He knew about the hole that his dogs dug and he did not fix it or notify my boyfriends parents? On top of that, his dog had already killed two other small dogs in the neighborhood, shouldn’t the owner be responsible to take extra precautions since he has a dangerous dog? Sorry this is so long, I was hoping to eliminate any questions by using a lot of detail. I have reported this to the AZ humane society and the dog was kept in a large kennel inside the fenced in yard for about a month but has since been running free. I have not received anything from the neighbor, not even an apology. I am just wondering if there is some other sort of action I can take. If only the owners of the other dogs that were killed would have done something, maybe my dog’s life would have been saved. On top of losing my dog, my boxer has now become aggressive around other dogs. We used to take her to the dog park everyday, but now she growls (has never bit) and her hair sticks up around other dogs. What should I do?


HONORABLE MENTION

dogsbite.org found an oldie but goodie. in 1911 a pit dog ran out onto a field and into the propellor of a small plane. it is not clear if this was an aggressive act or if wiggle butt just wanted to say hello.


UPDATES

asheville, north carolina the pit nutter who owns the two mutant killers VENUS and DIAMOND has been found and her mutants impounded. TAMI CINCOTTA of arden was fined $1000 last week for tethering, allowing animals to roam, no license or rabies tags. at large complaints go back to 2008. under NC state law, a dog that kills or injures another animal off of its property can be declared dangerous. CINCOTTA can not get her dogs back until she signs an order that promises she will will comply with restrictions. in this link CINCOTTA blames Blossom, the dead dog, for being on her property but says that her mutants didn't kill Blossom because they are not vicious. also in this link, CINCOTTA denied knowing where her dogs were.

yoncalla, oregon the pit nutter claims he will pay for the damage done to Thompson's sheep. we'll see. "They have the killing instinct. That's what makes them work. And the pit bulls are bred to kill, and they do. They're vicious." Martin Thompson

salisbury, north carolina a video of pit dogs harassing/attacking a horse has emerged. video

baton rouge, louisiana MICHAEL KOPYNEC pled not guilty to charge of negligent injuring and unlawful ownership of the dangerous dog that killed Naomi Smith's beloved companion Geaux Sport on october 14th. if found guilty KOPYNEC could spend 6 months in jail. although he pled not guilty, he is trying to make "restitution". see also 10.22.10 roundup.

shrewsbury, massachusetts big shot animal rights lawyer and hired gun, STEVEN WISE has filed a second appeal on behalf od CHRIS and LISA O'CONNOR and their deranged mutant DUGG.
everyone legally able to carry a firearm, PLEASE do so and kill these dogs when they go on the attack, so their pit nutters and shyster lawyers don't have the ability to clog up the legal system.

SHOOTINGS!

01.29.11 cleveland, tennessee 37 yr old BONNIE CHARLENE ENSLEY was charged with aggravated assault when she opened the door and allowed her pit dog to attack an officer who was serving warrants. SAMUEL ENSLEY was arrested on a narcotics warrant and BONNIE also had an unspecified active warrant. the mutant received a dirt nap.

01.29.11 las vegas, nevada a 55 yr old woman suffered life threatening injuries when the family pit bull attacked her. a 23 yr old was seriously bitten when she tried to pull off the pit bull. a man also intervened and was bitten. he shot the frankenmauler and killed it. all three were taken the hospital. the 55 yr old woman lost a few fingers and may lose a foot and part of her arm.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

PIT BREEDER MOMENT OF THE DAY: Breeder gets shot by rancher over "just killin a few cows"

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=9bARAAAAIBAJ&sjid=FeoDAAAAIBAJ&pg=6804,80633&dq=fatally+mauled+by+terriers&hl=en

Anonymous said...

It is amazing that there have already been 4 cases of pit bull attacks (most of them maulings) in less than four days. This is practically a pit bull attack every day.

Imagine if they were all maulings every day, then I'm sure the nutters would have little to no excuse for the breed's actions.

http://pitbullvictims.blogspot.com/

cravendesires said...

the more things change, the more they stay the same.

fantastic link!

Anonymous said...

Bowhunter 2, pit nutters 0.

It is actually quite difficult to execute a good archery shot if you are under stress and the target is moving. Good for that bowhunter.

flicka said...

Just when you think you have seen the ultimate in disgusting nutterdom, Peter Waterfall comes along. This coward allows his mutant to attack dogs, including a JRT owned and walked by an eldery lady. Not once, but twice, Waterfall's mutant attacks the little dog and Waterfall does not intervene BECAUSE HE DOES NOT WANT TO GET HIS SHOES DIRTY! After the dine-and-dash Waterfall calmly takes his freak of nature home. The lady dies after the attack (hint, stress can kill) and the puke does not even show up in court. How do you find a lawyer to defend this, and even claim that the process is not fair to his client????

Anonymous said...

No wonder the pit nutters want to CENSOR (keep hidden by claiming "media bias") these news stories. The more any reasonable, responsible person read about these attacks by pit bulls, the more they are convinced that so many pit owners are nutters. Just look at the level of mindless irresponsibility and cowardice displayed by them! They are cowards because they REFUSE TO OWN UP to the destruction that their mutants cause! They are so warped that they probably believe that their dogs have a "right" to kill other life forms because it is this breed's nature. "Just dogs being dogs", right?

Anonymous said...

Totally agree with flicka about peter waterfall.

I completely do not understand why these kinds of cases can't be charged under just about any animal abuse law anywhere if they don't take adequate measures to restrain the animal AND do nothing to stop the attack.

cravendesires said...

thanks for pointing that out flicka, i missed it!

Anonymous said...

Re: the horse video. Pit bulls are the only dog breed that seems to routinely attack horses. It's not odd for other breeds to go after chickens and smaller animals, but when a horse is attacked, it's usually a pit bull.

I ride horses and there are dogs around the barn I ride at. I've brought my own dogs down there too and most dogs know not to go after a horse. It takes a particularly aggressive dog to go after an animal that size.

What's stupid is that if the owner were to defend her horse and shoot the attacking pit bull, all the pit bull fanatics would get all up in arms about that.

Anonymous said...

Here is the NC horse attacked twice in 10 days mayhem freakshow. Of course the owner, expressing the customary Defeated Nutter Syndrome(DNS)

Must watch:

http://www.wsoctv.com/news/26754475/detail.html

Anonymous said...

Gotta admit, I always get a kick out of the nutters attacked by their own mutant stories. Quickest way to cure most nutters is to let them be on the receiving end of their penis extension's attack just once.

Of course there are a deluded few who still defend the dogs after that and even get more. Darwinism at its finest.

Anonymous said...

EFFECTIVE ANIMAL CONTROL MOMENT OF THE DAY:


Ft Lauderdale Pit & Rott owner laments having his two wigglebutts shot by neighbor who is attacked for the second time.

http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/02/07/2054947/fort-lauderdale-man-walking-pitbull.html

Jake said...

Anon 10:32 -

This was a perfect example of "defeated pit nutter syndrome" - he claims to be absolutely clueless as to why his dogs were killed, acting the part of the grieving pet owner.

He claimed he'd done "everything" he was supposed to do with his animals... Um, except maybe keeping his mutants from running loose and attacking pedestrians and their pets?

Sara said...

Wow, you actually make Colleen Lynn look likable! I can't believe how hateful this blog is.

The way I see it, Pit Bulls are like guns. They're only dangerous in the hands of stupid people and criminals. Here's a headline I've never heard: "Champion Show Pit Bull Attacks" or "Narcotics-sniffing Pit Bull Kills Toddler"

As much as I hate your blog, it really shines a light on the types of assholes responsible for pit bull attacks. They're all stupid ghetto trash that shouldn't have ever gotten a dog in the first place.

I don't know if you realize it, but these terrible pit bulls that hurt and kill represent a very tiny percentage of the total pit bull population. There are millions of pit bulls in this country alone. If they were truly all killers, you'd be hearing about them every minute of every day. The reason so many pit bulls attack is because they're the breed of choice for irresponsible jackasses that want to look tough and don't know a thing about dogs. If only responsible people owned pit bulls, they'd never attack!

Cane Corsos are similar to pit bulls in terms of aggression, but they hardly ever attack because they're an uncommon breed, and most of them are owned by breed fanciers who know what they're doing. If everybody had a Cane Corso, they'd be killing left and right.

If pit bulls are such a bad breed of dog, could you explain why the vast majority of them aren't dangerous? If they were truly as horrible as you say they are, then every pit bull would be a killer, but that is most certainly not the case.

Pit bulls aren't "just like any other breed." They need a highly skilled owner that's up to the challenge of raising them. But just because some people shouldn't own pit bulls, it doesn't mean that no one should.

Please get a life and stop hating Pit Bulls. While the stories on your blog may be the hard, undeniable truth, it's a very skewed version of reality. It's a tiny part of a very big picture and you should look at the whole thing before passing judgment on a breed of dog you clearly know nothing about.

P.S. You should probably also brush up on the definition of the word "mutant." A pit bull isn't some kind of monstrous super-animal, it's just a dog.

cravendesires said...

your'e a bit of an idiot aren't you?

mutant |ˈmyoōtnt|
adjective
resulting from or showing the effect of mutation

canis lupus familiaris is one of the most social mammals that rarely inflicts serious injury on their own kind. and the psychopathic dogmen created the crate and rotate breed, they created the mutants that bust through windows and chew through chain link to kill another dog, hence the term mutant.

and what about these 2 idiotic statements?

paragraph 7
Pit bulls aren't "just like any other breed."

paragraph 9
A pit bull isn't some kind of monstrous super-animal, it's just a dog.

it's not just a dog, it's just a dog... make up your mind!

i do agree with you about cane corsos, that goes for presas and dogos and bullmastiffs too. if pit bulls were a RARE breed owned only by or predominantly by knowledgeable responsible owners, we wouldn't have this problem. but no. dumb fucks like donna reynolds are out there peddling them as the all american dog.

Sara said...

"your'e a bit of an idiot aren't you?"

No, I'm not. I just know more about dogs than you do. (Apostrophe before the R, deary. If you're going to insult my intelligence, please for the love of god proofread.)

"mutant: resulting from or showing the effect of mutation

canis lupus familiaris is one of the most social mammals that rarely inflicts serious injury on their own kind. and the psychopathic dogmen created the crate and rotate breed, they created the mutants that bust through windows and chew through chain link to kill another dog, hence the term mutant."

That doesn't make them mutants, that just means they've been selectively bred. A genetic mutation is when the sperm and/or egg cell of an animal changes in some way to give their offspring abnormal DNA. I understand what you're trying to say by calling them mutants, but you're using the wrong word.

"and what about these 2 idiotic statements?

paragraph 7
Pit bulls aren't "just like any other breed."

paragraph 9
A pit bull isn't some kind of monstrous super-animal, it's just a dog.

it's not just a dog, it's just a dog... make up your mind!"

Those statements aren't idiotic, you just didn't understand what I meant. Pit bulls are unique, as are any type of dog. Some dogs have long hair, some have short hair, some have blue eyes, some are almost 4 feet tall. That doesn't make them further removed from the domestic dog as a species. Are pit bulls different from Golden Retrievers? Of course they are, but they're still a dog. We're not talking wolf hybrids here. A dog is a dog even if it's a more difficult breed like a pit bull or an easy one like a Golden Retriever.

"if pit bulls were a RARE breed owned only by or predominantly by knowledgeable responsible owners, we wouldn't have this problem."

There, you admit, right there in black and white that the owners are the problem. Why do you have to go on ranting and raving about how much you hate the dogs when they are undeniably a product of their environment? It's not their fault their owners don't neuter them and let them run loose and terrorize children. It's not their fault dog fighters try to bring out the worst in them.

There are so many pit bulls out there that are exactly what a pit bull should be. A sweet, stable, people-loving dog. Human-directed aggression is not a typical trait in pit bulls, and the whole vicious "thug-dog" image is not what a pit bull is supposed to be. What danger do the good dogs pose to society? Their owners love them, train them, take good care of them, and have them completely under control. Whenever I see a pit bull, I take a good look at its owner to determine how scared I should be. If it's the nice veterinary assistant from a safe part of town, I'm not scared in the slightest. If it's Gangsty McDrive-By with his iPod blasting rap and his pants around his knees, I'd steer clear of that guy's dog.

This is why I oppose breed-specific legislation. There's no reason responsible owners shouldn't be allowed to have these amazing, wonderful dogs if they choose to. Why should they have to pay for the mistakes of others? Yes, BSL would be the easy way out to rid the world of vicious pit bulls, but it's not fair to completely destroy their breed. People get killed by guns, so should we outlaw guns? People get hit by cars, so should we outlaw cars? Perhaps we should put a stop to those darned palm trees, seeing as though more people are killed annually by falling coconuts than pit bulls.

BSL doesn't address the root cause of the problem: the owners. You can cure the symptoms but that doesn't cure the disease. If backyard breeding was illegal (which it should be) and spaying and neutering your pet was mandatory, and the only people creating pit bulls were responsible breeders who sell to good people, we wouldn't have this problem.

cravendesires said...

first, obviously, they are still a dog or they wouldn't be able to pollute the normal dog gene pool.

second, i dispelled the falling coconuts myth.
http://cravendesires.blogspot.com/2010/02/pit-bull-propaganda-machine-is-cranking.html

third, owners vs breed. it is never just one or the other, it is always BOTH. if it was always just the owner, you could substitute any breed of dog and the out come would be the same as if it was a pit bull.

Sara said...

Well, the coconut thing may be untrue, but my point still stands.

Now, obviously, it is a combination of the owner and the breed. I never said it wasn't. If the irresponsible criminal types decided that their favorite breed was the Irish Setter, they certainly wouldn't be attacking and killing like pit bulls. (I can't say they'd be awfully friendly though either.)

Simply because it's a combination of breed and owner doesn't mean there's anything inherently wrong with the breed. They're a more difficult-than-average dog to own but just because something's difficult doesn't mean it's bad. It's only bad when it's not suited for the person dealing with it. If a child is hungry he'd probably burn himself trying to make spaghetti, so instead he eats string cheese. But his mother can make spaghetti and it's not too difficult for her, so does that make spaghetti bad? Of course not! What's wrong with a pit bull in good hands?

Breed specific legislation is unfair because it punishes good dogs and responsible owners. Hurting them isn't going to help anyone else. Why should they have to suffer for doing nothing wrong? People are the source of the damage done by pit bulls and the only way to stop a problem is at its source. And even where BSL is enacted, it still doesn't address dangerous dogs that aren't pit bulls. The meanest dogs I've ever known weren't pit bulls. In fact, I can't say I've ever known a pit bull that was mean.

We don't have "normal dogs" and pit bulls. We have Pit bulls and Golden Retrievers and Border Collies and German Shepherds and Rhodesian Ridgebacks and Otterhounds and Bernese Mountain Dogs and Vizslas and Great Danes and Bloodhounds and Greyhounds and...okay, I think you get my point. We have fine lines drawn between each type of dog, not a big bold one that separates Pit Bulls from all the others.

There's nothing genetically "wrong" with a pit bull. They naturally love people and they're completely capable of getting along with other dogs if they're socialized well. The only problem is that they turn bad when they're in the wrong environment. Look at the people that are responsible for vicious pit bulls. Do any of them look like productive members of society? My cousin has a pit bull and that dog would never hurt a fly! I mean, she's not a total low-life like these people, so I doubt you'll hear about her dog killing something. And what about Cesar Milan, the dog whisperer? He's got a pit bull. Look me in the eye and say you'd be scared of his.

If you agree that it's not just the breed, then why do you have to be so disgustingly hateful and disrespectful towards the dogs? You're always calling them mutants, ugly, "shit bulls," talking about them "dirt napping." It's not like dogs attack because they like being jerks and inflicting pain. They don't get up in the morning and say, "hey, I'm gonna go kill a baby cuz it's fun!" They attack because they're scared, in pain, being territorial, etc. It's not fair for a dog to have to be euthanized after hurting an innocent person. I mean they should, to keep them from hurting anyone else, but if the dog had been brought up in a proper home they wouldn't have hurt someone and they wouldn't need to die for the sake of safety. No dog deserves to die, but you seem to think so, or at least that's the feeling I get from you. A dog kills a person and then they both end up dead because the dog's owner was an idiot. The dogs are victims too! They don't choose to be dangerous monsters, that's just what they get morphed into, and they have to live a miserable, purposeless life with someone that doesn't even care about them.

I suppose we can agree on one point, and it's that we don't like seeing innocent people and dogs being mauled by pit bulls! Agreed?

cravendesires said...

feel free to read and leave comments (i will publish them) but i will not waste another minute debating you. i say this based entirely on this sentiment:

"They naturally love people and they're completely capable of getting along with other dogs if they're socialized well. The only problem is that they turn bad when they're in the wrong environment."

the "it's all how you raise 'em" mentality is the problem.

Anonymous said...

Well I wasn't planning on debating you any longer because I've made my points clear enough. Your argument doesn't make any sense to me though because first you say it's a combination of breed and owner and then you say it's not "all in how you raise them." If it's owner and breed then it's definitely how you raise them, but if it's just the breed then it isn't how you raise them. Which is it? Do owners have anything to do with the dogs' behavoir or not? You have to decide on one, because they can't both be true.

I don't see what's wrong with my "they naturally love people" statement. It's the truth and I think pretty much anyone who's knowelegable about the breed would agree with me. It's a fact. You can't argue that. Human agression is not a typical trait of any of the "pit bull" breeds. Human agrression is not something a dog is born with, it develops from their environment. Need I say more???

You're probably sitting there behind your computer thinking, "she's a liar and I know the truth!" but I know what I'm talking about and you can't argue with the cold hard facts of what a standard American Pit Bull Terrier, American Bulldog, American Staffordshire Terrier etc. is. They love people, they are products of their environment, end of discussion. If you don't want to believe that, then fine. Keep running your crazy little blog. You're not doing anything productive anyway.

You know what they say, "haters gonna hate."

be seeing you

P.S. Why don't you do yourself a favor and learn some more about dogs in general and not just what you read on Google about Pit Bull attacks and the history of fighting dogs? Because you don't seem to know much.

cravendesires said...

i see the problem now - miscommunication. you are focused on HUMAN aggression on a site that focuses on ANIMAL aggression.

i don't really dabble in human attacks all that much here. "it's all how you raise 'em" has some applicable to human aggression. "it's all how raise 'em" has zero application to animal aggression. "it's all how you contain 'em" has some relevance.

and no, i don't think you are a liar. i think are naive. man biters were NOT culled. that's a myth and the one i have been working on next. you have been brainwashed by AFF/badrap/best friends. try taking that man biters were culled nonsense to pit bull chat or gamedog.

Anonymous said...

quote from above
"If you agree that it's not just the breed, then why do you have to be so disgustingly hateful and disrespectful towards the dogs? You're always calling them mutants, ugly, "shit bulls," talking about them "dirt napping." It's not like dogs attack because they like being jerks and inflicting pain. They don't get up in the morning and say, "hey, I'm gonna go kill a baby cuz it's fun!" They attack because they're scared, in pain, being territorial, etc. It's not fair for a dog to have to be euthanized after hurting an innocent person. I mean they should, to keep them from hurting anyone else, but if the dog had been brought up in a proper home they wouldn't have hurt someone and they wouldn't need to die for the sake of safety. No dog deserves to die, but you seem to think so, or at least that's the feeling I get from you."

Yes, I've been wondering the same thing. I've been reading your blog and some of the comments and I think you're a very sick person.

Jake said...

Anonymous 7:49 said:

"They attack because they're scared, in pain, being territorial, etc."

Nonsense! Pit bulls attack because they have an obscenely powerful prey drive. If a creature kills because as you say, it is "being territorial" then it is a menace and needs to be put down.


You also said "It's not fair for a dog to have to be euthanized after hurting an innocent person."

With that statement you've lose all credibility. Is this Lycan Princess posting anonymously?

"if the dog had been brought up in a proper home they wouldn't have hurt someone"

Nonsense! Most of the surprise attacks are from from pit bulls who had been lovingly raised and never mistreated. It's genetic.

These creatures were bred specifically for strength, violent aggression, and an indifference to pain, for the purpose of killing other animals.

You can take a pit bull home, dress him up in baby clothes and give him a cutesy name, but he will rip your face off just the same, if he decides that you are prey - and that is a tragedy which has happened far too many times already.

In my opinion you are a fool for drinking the cool aid, and by spreading misinformation about these creatures, you could be playing a big part in getting someone maimed or killed.