Shit bulls are the worst breed of dog possible. They’re so bad, people have to lie and pretend to push propaganda that they’re not. Like guns, pit bulls are made for killing. Unlike guns, pit bulls aren’t awesome. Well, they’re awesome when you have a gun and get to legally use it on the shit head.
The problem isn’t that the pit bull breed itself is dangerous, even though it immensely IS (more in a second on this). The problem, usually, is a negligent owner. That’s common, since America’s population lacks and the country is full of morons. So, since MOST people probably can’t care for this dog appropriately, we need to get rid of it.
Pit bulls weren’t bred to be merely aggressive. They were bred to be part of a BARBARIC practice called “bull baiting” whereby a bull cow would be tied and several dogs would be released into the pit to bite it slowly to death. Dogs with snouts or merciful tendencies weren’t appropriate for this so they needed dogs with big, wide razor blade mouths and evil brains that snapped like Chris Benoit.
Pit bulls have tremendous jaw strength, which is why when they bite, they never let go until death. My pawpaw always told me if I was ever getting bitten by a pit bull, to shove my finger up its asshole and twist. I’m not sure if that would have made the dog let go or just think I was a weirdo while he was killing me.
But after bull baiting was banned, pit bulls found a new use:
Due to public outrage, bull baiting was banned in England in 1835. Bulldog breeders and owners then moved to the sport of “ratting,” where a number of rats were placed into a pit and wagers were made on how many rats the dog could kill in a certain time period. – DogsBite.org
Pit bulls weren’t even recognized by the American Kennel Club when it was first formed because they were BRED FOR VIOLENCE. Look at the damn thing!
I stole that photo from a website called Honest To Paws (barf). The article I linked to says a family is working to break stereotypes of pitbulls and includes this statement:
That is a LIE. These fools can’t do research. They even cite their own PERSONAL EXPERIENCES as evidence, which isn’t evidence. You found a dog that doesn’t tear your baby up – great! Does that mean you let the entire breed go unchecked?
Would you do that with a lion?
Folks, I’ll leave you with this. This is what the ASPCA itself says about the pit bull.
Today’s pit bull is a descendant of the original English bull-baiting dog—a dog that was bred to bite and hold bulls, bears and other large animals around the face and head. When baiting large animals was outlawed in the 1800s, people turned instead to fighting their dogs against each other. These larger, slower bull-baiting dogs were crossed with smaller, quicker terriers to produce a more agile and athletic dog for fighting other dogs.
Some pit bulls were selected and bred for their fighting ability. That means that they may be more likely than other breeds to fight with dogs. It doesn’t mean that they can’t be around other dogs or that they’re unpredictably aggressive. Other pit bulls were specifically bred for work and companionship. These dogs have long been popular family pets, noted for their gentleness, affection and loyalty. And even those pit bulls bred to fight other animals were not prone to aggressiveness toward people. Dogs used for fighting needed to be routinely handled by people; therefore aggression toward people was not tolerated. Any dog that behaved aggressively toward a person was culled, or killed, to avoid passing on such an undesirable trait. Research on pet dogs confirms that dog aggressive dogs are no more likely to direct aggression toward people than dogs that aren’t aggressive to other dogs.
It is likely that that the vast majority of pit bull type dogs in our communities today are the result of random breeding—two dogs being mated without regard to the behavioral traits being passed on to their offspring. The result of random breeding is a population of dogs with a wide range of behavioral predispositions. For this reason it is important to evaluate and treat each dog, no matter its breed, as an individual. – ASPCfuckingA
So, knowing that the entire dog breed originated as a way for hateful (white) people to get their rocks off when they weren’t invading sovereign land and “colonizing” it, do you still want to keep defending the pieces of shit? Or, maybe, admit that:
- A random pit bull is a dangerous animal
- Most shitty drug dealers and criminals buy them for protection which means…
- A LOT of pit bulls are raised in shitty homes and taken to the pound which means…
- You should NEVER adopt a pit bull unless you are getting it from someone who is a reputable breeder….
- and since dog breeding is shitty, you should never get a pit bull.