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  1. #11


    I agree the dogs are great, I've had friends with pits and they were great pets. I think most of the ones you hear about in news stories are a result of bad owners and it wouldnt matter what kind of dog they had they would have problems.

  2. #12


    i opened this thread thinking it was gonna be about tires...
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  3. #13


    well i was totally for it but as it turns out i still live at home and my sister is scared of dogs and we give swimming lessons in my pool during the summer me being a swim coach and all... so because there would be people in and out of the house during summer and my sister would most definately NOT go into the backyard if she knew there was a dog there, i cant get it...
    i was pretty bummed out since i always felt that i was screwed over when they had to give my beagle away to build the pool and i was the only one that didnt get to say good bye... i feel i deserve a dog but i guess ill have to wait a year so i can move out... but good things come to those who wait right?
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  4. #14


    Quote Originally Posted by Pete95Sierra View Post
    i opened this thread thinking it was gonna be about tires...
    lol sorry pete :na: jk
    ive never heard of pitbull tires though

  5. #15


    they are very good dogs if they are raised as a family pet that is what you will get a very friendly family pet Dizzy thinks he is a 80lb lap dog sleeps between me and my wife at are feet... but if you raise it to be mean they will be very dangerous mine is 6 years old and is a giant baby..

    this is Dizzy a red noes Brindle he cost 500.00 6 years ago and his puppies sell for 700.00-800.00 each

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  6. #16


    AWWWW he's so cute. lol

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    Pitbulls, whether pure or mixed, have become the breed of choice for disenfranchised urban dwellers, who can identify with the dog's inherent ability to resist pain and adversity. Stories of abused pets sold mainstream media ads and gave these dogs and undeserved reputation. ( A poodle can become dangerous when subjected to similar conditions) I personally would not prefer any other breed. They are highly loyal, intelligent, brave and adaptable

  8. #18


    wow... it sucks i cant get it after all... i REALY want one now

  9. #19


    I don't understand, how you can SELL a pet. That would be like, your mother selling you. I don't believe in people making money off of animals. Unless of course you're eating them. You get a pet to love it and care for it, not to sell it to the highest bidder.
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  10. #20


    Quote Originally Posted by jerrynino View Post
    lol sorry pete :na: jk
    ive never heard of pitbull tires though
    yea they make offroad tires, that about it. they have like 3 models haha

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