I am one of THOSE pit bull owners that thinks my pit, Jack, would never harm another living soul. In fact he is the sweetest most docile dog I have ever had. I have had him hide under my skirt when a car backfired and he has let me take chicken bones out of his mouth without any kind of complaint. Is this nature vs. nurture? I don't know, But I HATE it when he gets lumped in with the ideas of vicious pits. I have a baby. Because of the nature of the breed (turning unexpectedly) I do not allow them in the same room together alone. Once a day or so, I hold my baby and slowly let them get to know each other. Ya know why? I am realistic. I think people are too quick to judge these great dogs and I think owners need to not be in denial if they are going to own this type of breed. What do you think?
Answer by lisaHJ at 11:18 PM on Jun. 7, 2011
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Answer by jenn4443 at 10:15 AM on Jun. 5, 2011
ANY dog can turn on someone not just pitts....I was a pitt owner for many years and raised them, I never had any problems with them and I think they are GREAT dogs! I just read an article about pitts in history, they were considers "nanny" dogs and many families had them to help watch over their children. I only had 1 child when I raised pitts but I never worried about them and him being alone around each other.
Answer by how_reb at 10:26 AM on Jun. 5, 2011
Answer by Eviesmommy at 10:48 AM on Jun. 5, 2011
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