Anyone who knows anything about pits knows that they will do whatever it takes to be loved by their owner. It’s part of the reason they get a bad rap… if humans only give attention to their pit when they are misbehaving, like a child that is neglected, it will perform the negative behavior because some attention is always better than no attention. If the human owner treats the dog abusively, throwing things at him, hitting or kicking him, yelling at him, like a child imitating a violent father, he will learn to be aggressive. And then you have those evil, evil humans who fight them.
Pit Bulls are one of the most patient and loving dogs you can get. And of course, like any mixed breed “mutt” he’ll have less medical problems then a purebred.
Educate yourself before calling fowl on a pit bull!
I hope you enjoy the photos of this wonderfully patient pittie as much as our family did. I don’t know who took them, when or where they were originally uploaded. I saw it on Pinterest, and their link led back to Morably.com however, the photo is marked evilmilk.com. Visit at your own risk, I’ve not done so.
(Please educate yourself about the discrimination and negative propaganda campaign being promulgated against these wonderful dogs before you simply walk past them. I highly recommend the documentary Beyond the Myth which you can stream on Netflix, purchase or rent on Amazon or even Youtube for $1.99.)
Memee, it is immoral and offensive to do that to any animal! What kind of person are you?! Now if it’s a college student playing dress up for beer…..well, I think you know that IS perfectly acceptable. LMAO.
It’s not my dog!
This is possibly the cutest and funniest thing I have seen. Oh my word, the stockings on his head killed me. My Mom has a pittie and our family love them. I have to show my Mom this 😉
PS – the discrimination is terrible. I can’t believe being an owner can be against the law in some places. How heart breaking. Luckily we have no such laws in South Africa.
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