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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

get it right for f@cks sake

press, newspapers, cameras, all talk a load of bollocks, that poor girl ripped to shreds by four dogs yesterday in atherton near wigan  was not, attacked by three STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIERS and a mastiff, the trio were all of the pit bull breed conveniently crossed with staffies to get round the laws on dangerous dogs,  its such a shame the breed gets bad press by journalist who fail to fully research what they print, and may that poor young girl now

  R.I.P   a tragic and pointless loss of life.

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

often the owners

that need more of the restraining and muzzling!!  Still wouldn't want to leave young kids around any dog of that type, they were bred for one purpose only originally...........:mellow:

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

this makes my blood boil

once again useless owners.  Why have that many dogs and breeds that should be in professional capable hands only.

No laws no matter what they are will stop the trophy dog mentality, and now a young girl has lost her life , poor lamb.

 

How do you stop it ??

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

Any dog can not be trusted 100%

I had my ear bitten off completely and the tendons in my arm severed by a golden retriever when I was 5.

 

The plastic surgery and subsequent physio should of put me off dogs for life, but it taught me respect

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

steve i have had

four staffordshire bull terriers over the last thirty years, and i would defy anyone to say they were vicious nasty dogs, its definately the owners who havent got a clue, although they are a little fiesty around other dogs that can quickly be sorted, all my kids adored all my staffies and often visit them at the burial sites close to our home, unfortunately this young girls life has been tragically cut short by an idiot of an owner, and it now looks like because it happened on private property no one will get their collar felt, a quick check with the dead dogs dna should get round this problem because they are cross pit bull and the dna will tell them that, i hope they get done for something if it was one of my kids id be after more than a sob story like this.

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preunit

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preunit says:

how do we stop it?

sellective sterilizations, human not canine :wink:

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

very true unit

I'd happily do the job with a blunt knife

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preunit

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preunit says:

Or

a couple of bricks :biggrin:

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

Our dog

is a Labrador. Soft as butter, friendly and well trained, but he had to be rehomed as he is, apparently, dangerous with small children. He certainly gets upset if he hears babies or toddlers on TV, although the behaviour seems fear based, rather than true aggression. This wouldn't make him less dangerous to kids though, so we keep him very closely watched at all times.

My Dad had a Staffie for 12 years and she was a brilliant pet. I really like the breed.

The death of that poor girl is horrible and sounds like bad owners, rather than bad dogs, as usual.

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bobsnicholson

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cannot understand

I fail to understand why anyone should want 4/5 dogs in their household. 1 yes, maybe 2 to keep each other company but more, don't compute.

Cannot imagine what this poor girl must have gone through when these dogs set about her.

Deepest condolences to her family.

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stevedeejay

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stevedeejay says:

I had

a Staffy for 13 years, got him as a pup when my son was two years old and a more loving pet you couldn't wish for:smile

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