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Horrible People Forced Their Pit Bull to Tear Apart a Puppy and Filmed the Whole Thing

 

If you’re a pet parent, you will definitely relate to the heartbreak felt by dog dad, Chase Davidson. After his beloved dogs went missing, he was worried sick. It was especially concerning because he also lives in Pickens, Alabama, which is notorious for its issues with dog fighting. Davidson was able to locate one his dogs named Avery but sadly, Avery’s puppy, Snoop did not have the same happy ending. Snoop became the victim of dog fighting in the worst way imaginable: he was torn to death by other dogs in a fighting ring. The Pickens County Sheriff’s office is being urged in a Care2 Petition to keep this case in the forefront

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/9f4ee436-b4d6-...rced-their.html

 

Please share and support prosecuting these scumbags to the fullest extent of the law. Vic

 

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https://www.thepetitionsite.com/925/055/032...noop./?TAP=1732

 

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Shoot them

 

I agree.

 

There are very few things in the world that I would pass capital punishment on, but the wanton torture of living things by humans is in my opinion worthy of death. Their lives have absolutely no value to me. They might as well be bacteria or a virus, just wipe them out as quick, as effective, and as thoughtlessly as possible.

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I have two pit bulls and this shit gives all pit pulls and owners bad reps.

 

These people deserve to be tossed head first to isis

 

 

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I have two pit bulls and this shit gives all pit pulls and owners bad reps.

 

These people deserve to be tossed head first to isis

 

Couldn't agree more. I have one, and the general looks alone I get walking him because of these stories and impressions is frustrating to say the least. How people can do this is beyond me, but im fine letting the dogs tear these owners apart.

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Buddy of mine got a rescued former bait dog. She's a gorgeous rosy pitt. When TX arrested the guys, they fined them to make sure she had free vet care for 3 years!

 

My mom has a minpin hat almost had her skull crushed as a bait dog but she is fine now, aside from on detached retina. She is nervous around pitts bigtime and yelps as soon as she sees one.

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I don’t trust Pitt bulls. There’s something in their genes that they can snap. I’ve seen it first hand.

 

Then aside from responsible owners so many fucktards have them .

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I don’t trust Pitt bulls. There’s something in their genes that they can snap. I’ve seen it first hand.

 

Then aside from responsible owners so many fucktards have them .

 

In a world full of labs and golden retrievers, even German Shepherds, I don't understand why people have pits. Yeah the owners are a huge part, but as you said genetically there is something up with them. Why risk it?

 

 

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In a world full of labs and golden retrievers, even German Shepherds, I don't understand why people have pits. Yeah the owners are a huge part, but as you said genetically there is something up with them. Why risk it?

 

Agree, kind of like having a "tame" big cat. sooner or later it will get pissed or just a little annoyed and take a bite, why put yourself or others in harms way.

 

Also on topic, yes shoot the fuckers that fight dogs or abuse any animal for that matter.

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I don’t trust Pitt bulls. There’s something in their genes that they can snap. I’ve seen it first hand.

 

Then aside from responsible owners so many fucktards have them .

 

:iamwithstupid:

 

Agreed. One went after my dog once, thankfully no injuries were involved, but the owner was a white-trash loud-mouth out on bail, shocker.

 

Another one broke out of its caged yard here, and attacked a guy out walking his dog. Thankfully he had a CCW and put the pit down, But it sucks for him, the former pits owner and the breed in general. I know a few people on the local PD and they’ve had their fair share of run ins with them as well. It’s a common occurrence sadly.

 

I’ve met some genuinely nice pits, but I wouldn’t trust my family or any of my pets near one. Not worth the risk. Too many people want them because they project some sort of “lifestyle” whatever that’s worth.

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Whether there is something to the genetics of a "pit bull" depends on the pit bull. "Pit bull" is an arbitrary term legally that goes by the cosmetics of the dog a lot of times. It literally is like the equivalent of an assault weapons ban but for dogs, and thus will outlaw the dogs based on appearance while having nothing to do with actual behavior. There is no official pitbull "breed." Rather, certain breeds are referred to as pitbulls. Some of these breeds were specifically bred for fighting but others are not and are very friendly, but look similar.

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Whether there is something to the genetics of a "pit bull" depends on the pit bull. "Pit bull" is an arbitrary term legally that goes by the cosmetics of the dog a lot of times. It literally is like the equivalent of an assault weapons ban but for dogs, and thus will outlaw the dogs based on appearance while having nothing to do with actual behavior. There is no official pitbull "breed." Rather, certain breeds are referred to as pitbulls. Some of these breeds were specifically bred for fighting but others are not and are very friendly, but look similar.

 

"Pitbull" is like porn, i know it when i see it.

 

Lots of fantastic dogs in this world that will never in a million years kill or injure another animal or person.

 

What do they provide that another breed doesnt, that makes it worth the risk?

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Too many people want them because they project some sort of “lifestyle” whatever that’s worth.

 

Pitbulls are a "statement pet". They have a reputation and you want to project being a badass, or you have this rehab delusion.

 

It is a Jurassic Park thing. We can create and control monsters through generations of breeding them to be killers, than the audacity of human ego to think all they need is love to overcome it all.

 

I have met/fostered some lovely dogs in this category, but I won't let one in my room while I am sleeping, I certainly would not startle one and I would never own a pet famous for locking jaws and their legendary tenacity. It is not a pet for me, and I am not going to prevent anyone else for owning one, and I am not an "I told you so" kind of guy, but just know I am thinking it. I honestly wouldn't bat an eye if they ceased to exist.

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"Pitbull" is like porn, i know it when i see it.

 

That's actually not true. For example, the American Staffordshire Terrier and the American Pit Bull Terrier are two different breeds but look rather identical, to the point that sometimes experts have trouble distinguishing the two. Both are generally labeled as "pitbulls," but the Staffordshire Terrier was bred for friendliness and playfulness. Both breeds have a common ancestor that was used for fighting and hunting, but that generally ended in the 1800s and then they became known as great family dogs. However, around the 1990s, some started breeding dogs like the Pit Bull Terrier for fighting.

 

The Pit Bull Terrier is itself generally very friendly from what I understand, but unfortunately now some are aggressive because of people breeding them for aggressiveness to fight. It is important to get one from a licensed, known breeder that breeds for friendliness. Another dog often labeled as a "pitbull" is the American Bully, which is a fantastic family dog and very loving.

 

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"Pitbull" usually refers to about four breeds, but there are some breeds that have no genetic linkage to the dogs labeled as "pitbulls" that still look similar, and thus often also get labeled as a pitbull.

 

For example, the Presa Canario. The Presa Canario is a mastiff dog, but it looks similar to dogs labeled as pitbulls, and also can be aggressive as it is bred to be a guard dog and hunting and working dog:

 

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Also the Cane Corso:

 

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The Dogo Argentino is another one, a mastiff and hunting dog, not bred for fighting.

 

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People don't think much of Rottweilers or Dobermans, but they can be aggressive if not socialized and raised properly. However there isn't the concern about them like with "pitbulls" because there aren't the stories of attacks from them.

 

Lots of fantastic dogs in this world that will never in a million years kill or injure another animal or person.

 

What do they provide that another breed doesnt, that makes it worth the risk?

 

Dogs labeled arbitrarily as "pitbulls" can be very friendly and loving dogs that are excellent with little children. A lot of times, it just depends on how the dog is raised and socialized and all that. When I was little, we had a purebred beagle named Snoopy.

 

(one of these)

 

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Snoopy was a bit mental (probably as a result of his being a purebred) and was HIGHLY aggressive. You had to be very careful taking him for walks because if you encountered another dog, he'd try to start a fight with it. He also was very guard dog-like in his behavior. We unfortunately were idiots and didn't know to have him neutered and how to raise him and all that. One day he did something wrong and I spanked him. He responded by almost tearing out my eye (I was extremely lucky as somehow he missed the actual eyeball). He knew he'd done wrong however afterwards, but he still was prone to aggressiveness and we had to have him put down.

 

Now people don't generally think of beagles as aggressive, but if Snoopy had been any of the breeds that look like a pitbull with his behavior, I guarantee you people would have associated it with the supposed aggressiveness of "pitbulls." In reality, it was just a fault of how he'd been raised and his breeding, even though he was one of the "harmless" dog breeds. In fact, had he been one of the actual "pitbull" breeds, he might never have had that aggressiveness problem.

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Pitbulls are a "statement pet". They have a reputation and you want to project being a badass, or you have this rehab delusion.

 

It is a Jurassic Park thing. We can create and control monsters through generations of breeding them to be killers, than the audacity of human ego to think all they need is love to overcome it all.

 

I have met/fostered some lovely dogs in this category, but I won't let one in my room while I am sleeping, I certainly would not startle one and I would never own a pet famous for locking jaws and their legendary tenacity. It is not a pet for me, and I am not going to prevent anyone else for owning one, and I am not an "I told you so" kind of guy, but just know I am thinking it. I honestly wouldn't bat an eye if they ceased to exist.

 

They do not have any locking jaws, their jaws are no different than any other dog. As for breeding them to be killers, that only started recently with certain breeds labeled as "pitbulls" and thus you just have to watch what breeder you get them from. Others are specifically bred to be very friendly. I agree though that there are unfortunately a portion of lunkheads that get them precisely because they think they are aggressive and want that aggressive aspect.

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They do not have any locking jaws, their jaws are no different than any other dog. As for breeding them to be killers, that only started recently with certain breeds labeled as "pitbulls" and thus you just have to watch what breeder you get them from. Others are specifically bred to be very friendly. I agree though that there are unfortunately a portion of lunkheads that get them precisely because they think they are aggressive and want that aggressive aspect.

 

 

We had some Staffordshire bull terriers in England when we were kids, you are correct, they are loving and loyal dogs to their owners but we had to get rid of ours as they are also very protective of their owners and would become very nasty towards other people or animals if they thought our/ their territory was being invades.

It is not worth the liability or worry to own one.

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JFC wheels, we can all see the difference in the above dogs posted, and nobody on earth has ever confused a pit for a bulldog (american, english, or otherwise).

 

And really... making a comparison between a dog that people train to kill for sport with a 20lb beagle? Sure there are super aggressive poodles, but nobody fears it killing a child.

 

Here is a 35 year study on dog bites.

https://www.animals24-7.org/2018/01/08/57-d...d-by-pit-bulls/

 

Below are a few of the highest figures, and your vicious beagle.

 

Attacks with disfiguring injuries:

 

Bull Mastif: 132

Beagle: 5 (1 must have been wheels dog)

GSD: 168

Husky: 119

Rottweiler: 601

Pitbull / Pitbull Mix: 5,665

 

Deaths:

Bull Mastif: 84

Beagle: 1

GSD: 119

Husky: 36

Rottweiler: 335

Pitbull / Pit Mix: 3,814

 

Per the linked study Pitbulls account for literally over 2x more disfiguring attacks and deaths THAN EVERY OTHER DOG BREED COMBINED. If someone is attacked by a dog 2 out of 3 times it was caused by a pitbull over EVERY OTHER breed of dog, including wolf hybrids.

 

https://www.dogsbite.org/dog-bite-statistic...lities-2017.php

 

* In 2017, 51% (20) of all dog bite fatalities involved more than one dog, up from the 12-year average of 46% (2005 to 2016). 38% (15) involved 2 or 3 dogs and 13% (5) involved a pack attack of 4 or more dogs. All 5 fatal pack attacks involved pit bulls.

* In 2017, 69% (27) of the attacks resulting in death occurred on the dog owner's property and 70% (19) involved pit bulls. Of the 12 deadly off-property attacks, 83% (10) were inflicted by pit bulls and 75% (9) involved more than one dog attacking.

* In 2017, only 26% (10) of all cases had spay/neuter information. 70% (7) of this subset involved sterilized dogs with three of those cases also involving unaltered dogs. Pit bulls made up 86% (6) of the known sterilized dogs that killed in 2017.

* Rescued or rehomed dogs inflicted 15% (6) of all dog bite fatalities in 2017. Pit bulls were responsible for 83% (5) of these deaths, including killing a person within hours of adoption. 67% (4) were vetted by an animal agency or foster prior to adoption.

 

 

Now consider (per some google-fu) pitbulls make up rougly 3-4% of the dog population in the US, so how do you justify those numbers? 2/3 of the "crimes" committed by 4% of the population, and you're trying to sell it like there isn't something out of place here?

 

Save us all a nine page response and answer this one question, what could this breed of dog possibly offer to justify the risk?

 

PS, Wheels, your family either selected, or managed to turn one of the most docile breeds into a dog you deemed necessary to euthanize due to it's aggression. Maybe dogs and/or judgement of dogs isn't your strong suit.

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I love dogs. This beast is named Monster and my friend that owns him told me (that's an AirBnB guest in the pic) to take food from his bowl while eating the day I met him. I did and he looked so sad it was pathetic. The HOA had him seized and wanted to have him put down unless he got this certificate that he was a good doggo, so I paid for it. In the testing they accidentally kinked his tail and he curled up crying like a big baby in a stranger's lap. He obviously passed with flying colors. He was also from a fighting line but like a lot of Staffies, lives up to the "nanny dog" reputation.

 

Another friend that looks like a total stoner has a rosy pit. She is an absolute sweetheart but can be grumpy, and if you raise your hand over your shoulder she yelps and curls up because she was abused. She likes to mouth you, sometimes taking your whole hand in her mouth like a lollipop. That is a big tense sometimes and I never fully trust her.

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Are far as those statistics, think how many different dogs they qualify under "pitbull" (at least 5 different breeds) and "pitbull mix" (god knows how many). Not to mention how much of the reporting is wrong in identification...

 

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Are far as those statistics, think how many different dogs they qualify under "pitbull" (at least 5 different breeds) and "pitbull mix" (god knows how many). Not to mention how much of the reporting is wrong in identification...

 

Many breeds listed mixes. In the grand scheme of the numbers, the 'mix' totals are insignificant, pit or otherwise. Pure pits are by far the most egregious.

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Many breeds listed mixes. In the grand scheme of the numbers, the 'mix' totals are insignificant, pit or otherwise. Pure pits are by far the most egregious.

 

what do you consider a pure pit?

American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, or the American bully? Of those, is one worse then the other?

 

In your study, you showed 5000 attacks. Over 35 years. that's roughly 143 a year. And they estimate the number of pitbull and pitbull type mixes to be 5 million pit bulls in the US currently. 143 out of 5 million. The odds are getting a little slim there.....

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