5 years 6 days ago, 3:21 PM

iron dragonfly

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I can't believe that people who claim to be involved with & care about animals would publish such a horrible list. I have owned Amstaffs & Rotties my entire adult life. These dogs are among the most loyal & loving breeds out there. You should of listed the most dangerous type of dog owner ie: ignorant, lazy, status seeking morons who do not do the proper research before getting involved with pet ownership. Not one of my animals ever even so much as threatened a human or another animal. These breeds you listed need a strong, committed owner. Most of the people I see with these breeds give me cause for concern for the breed itself, that small minded people like yourself will deem these innocent animal unworthy of life when you should be laying the blame where it really belongs. Which is at the feet of any OWNER of an uncontrolled, untrained, mistreated animal that hasn't been taught any better!!! SHAME ON YOU !!!!

5 years 6 days ago, 5:43 PM

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i agre the blame is not on the dogs it should be on the owners... i work(train and walk) with a rotie incredible dog sweetest then i have seen of such a large breed.. the only thing he does not like it when people stick there hand through the fence... that is when i got 2 see his agrsive side but besides that grate dog... the ownersdid not rely train him so that is most likly why he is like that...

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5 years 6 days ago, 9:41 PM

ilovemyminirexCoco

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hey guys I think it is a lie I've owned some of "those so called dangerous breeds" and they are lush. and if you don't think that well damn it rot in hell pitbull haters.

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4 years 47 weeks ago, 5:45 PM

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I own a boxer right now and he is the sweetest thing! He absolutely loves people and being loved. I've only had one problem when i was walking him (I was 8) and my friends mom came up to me and touched my shoulder but he just started barking at her.

4 years 45 weeks ago, 2:51 AM

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i happen to be a proud owner of the most dangerous breeds of dogs...yes i own not one,but two pit bulls.i have a female age 8 years old and her 3 year old son... neither dog is aggresive at all...they bark and growl if they don't know you,but then lie down and roll over to get their belly rubbed...the worse thing that will happen is they drool alot...my boy weighs almost 75 pds. and thinks he's a lap dog...hahaha.yes they are excellent guard dogsand are protective,but our mother dog has never it anyone,she actually would back up to you and sit on your foot and beg to have her butt rubbed...

4 years 45 weeks ago, 3:51 AM

mj

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i want a pitt they are incredible animals.. i owned a american staffirdshire terryer love the breedthat is as cloes as i got 2 pitts...

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4 years 50 weeks ago, 5:56 AM

mj

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ya like i said i own the so called 3rd most dangerous do (german shepherds) and work with the 2nd most dangerous dog (rotie)

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4 years 46 weeks ago, 4:42 AM

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my dad judges the breeds all the time.. but i dont think he knows that we own the so called 3rd most dangerous dogs my hole live....

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4 years 45 weeks ago, 5:54 AM

mj

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the lab i work with is more dangerous then the rotie i work with...

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4 years 40 weeks ago, 4:00 AM

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We own a Red Nose mix and a Pedigree Blue Nose Pit -both are great dogs. we bring them everywhere with us on the weekends and to the dog park regularly. they are not human or animal aggressive at all. The American Pit Bull Terrier has a really bad name, which is too bad; my dogs are so good. friendly. submissive... and smart. both ring a bell since 9 week of age to go out, and never bark unless they are playing together. I bring my blue into the parts store with me, to the oil change place; when we eat out, we find places that have outdoor patios; everyone loves our dogs and calls them by name.

4 years 33 weeks ago, 2:56 PM

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How can anyone say there is a most dangerous breeds? Its the owners that are dangerous to the dogs, some people figure the most you need to do with a dog is feed and give it water and thats it. THOSE PEOPLE ARE WRONG! Any dog can either be the most loving and accepting pet in the world or the meanest they can possibly be. Aside from the fact Ive always had more issues with the people that have the dog than the dog itself. I have been bitten by a dog and it wasnt the poor things fault. Never once have I blamed the dog. Hot summer day, he had no water, no food was chained up in the sun with no cover thats no way to treat a living creature. I lived next to those people for a year before he bit me. And I called animal control on them god only knows how many times for negelct and they wouldnt do anything to help the dog cause I was making sure he was getting food and water.

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4 years 23 weeks ago, 3:31 AM

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The list I saw as the Top Most Dangerous Dog Breeds is the most !@#$% thing I have ever seen. Any dog can be just as dangerous and/or aggressive as a APBT, Rottweiler, etc... on down the list. Yes these dogs can cause a substantial amount of injuries. Especially a dog that has any size to it. Unfortunately, these type of dogs fall into the wrong hands a lot of times. Even if the owner of these types of dogs mean no harm, lack of knowledge plays a big role in the way the dogs demeanor and personality turns out. The best way to prevent having an aggressive dog is to SOCIALIZE repeatedly, as much as possible if obtained as a puppy. If there is an adoption case, do your research on the breed, or if a mix breed look at what types is in the mix. A substantial amount of EXERCISE is another major requirement in my opinion to help prevent aggression problems. To me dogs are like kids, aside from the discipline has to be different, but still needed. Rules and boundaries must be set as you would with your child. In my experience I have found that 99.9 percent of dogs are aiming to please their owners. The owner just has to put in time with their dog, as if they were to have a new infant. I have mentioned it before, if there was a dog attack of any other breed, even the Dalmatian that is listed as number 10 you would more than likely not hear it on the news. If there is a attack by an APBT, or Rottweiler, you can bet your paycheck it will hit the news. I had an APBT charge me while I was walking my dog fangs showing, with the sounds of growling, and I did not panic or make eye contact, I turned to ignore him. Maybe I was lucky, end result I eventually made the dog sit and grabbed him by the collar and had him stay until several minutes later the owner ran out their front door to take him home. That is just one example of one of many dogs that have charged me or attempted to attack me. To wrap it up that was the first time I have ever been charged by an APBT just a few months ago. Other than that it has not been by any breed on this list. How about an 180 pound Saint Bernard? I have been charged 2 times by this breed and luckily was not hurt in the event.

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4 years 23 weeks ago, 9:18 PM

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Thank God people finally realize! I happy to see there are people out there who care about these breeds, it IS the owners responsibility to raise a well behaved dog and if you can't do that you shouldn't own a dog, any dog could be a killer just like any person could be a killer. I own a pit he is 19 months old i've known him since he was born and I knew his mother well too they are all GREAT dogs, the best I have ever had the privilege to have =)

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4 years 22 weeks ago, 3:01 AM

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This is the first time that I have every seen Boxers listed as a dangerous breed of dog. On the contrary every top 10 list of top family dogs includes Boxers. My wife and I laughed out loud when we saw boxers on the list are you sure this isn't a typo. Check the best family dog lists on line and you will see I am correct. The only thing that you have to fear from a Boxer is being licked to death.

4 years 22 weeks ago, 3:06 AM

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I would love to see the statistics that were used to put Boxers on this list. We have owned Boxers (4) for 20 years and have never even heard of a Boxer biting anyone. Our vets over the years say that Boxers are one of if not the easiest bred of dog to work on. Show me the stats.

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