Recently I was walking my 7 month rednose *** back to the car from an
innoculation clinic when a 1.5 year old *** came in like a scud missle,
grabbed mine by the back (good news!) of the neck and started shaking her
all over. Both the attacking *** and a male had gotten offleash on the
way to the clinic. It took about 3 minutes to beat the *** off of mine,
and the attacking male really didn't do too much damage or "get into" the
fight much. After cussing out the irresponsible owners who couldn't
control their dogs, I got mine inspected by the vet (only one fang
cussing them out.
Naturally I don't really blame the aggressive dogs, altho even the lady
owner was shocked at the aggressiveness of the *** (pregnant, BTW) and
was starting to think (yes, think) about the fact that the dogs stay
around her young children. No question in my mind that folks who raise
aggressive pits should take MANY EXTRA precautions when taking them
anywhere there are other dogs, which is why I classified these owners as
dumb shits, and worse.
Lulu, who literally had the shit scared out her, was OK in about 5 minutes
and the puncture didn't infect. I tried to report the attack, but in Los
Angeles dog attacts are not reportable any more due to budget cuts. Too
bad, the only revenge I could get was the bill they paid...
Questions for pit bill owners: is it normal for a male not to attack a
female strongly in this type of situation? The male looked even meaner,
but didn't press the attack once humans started to intervene. Do you think
the attacker being pregnant had anything to do with it? It was hard as
hell to get the attacking *** off, BTW...a real locked down grip!
I didn't buy and I'm not raising my pit to be aggressive or to fight, but
it seems to play-fight tirelessly with my Fila, a big Mastiff type that
tolerates the abuse like a saint. Lulu is not a papered, super APBT, altho
she seems to be full ***ed and the vet, who has 2 of them, thinks she
looks like the real thing (rednose with some Coleby he says). Do y'all
think that she will turn really dog-aggressive at some point if I DON'T
expose her to real dog aggression since she won't get it from the Fila (I
hope, that would be a real fight!)
Thanks for the input...
Sr. Bill, in Van Nuys