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Old 07-03-2004, 02:24 PM
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Exclamation Pit Bull Pamphlet!

Hey guys, if you are interested in downloading the pitbull pamphlet and passing it around to neighbors, vet clinics, ignorant people that need some educating, feel free to download and use it as you wish:

http://www.pitbullproject.ca/pitbulls.pdf

Its meant to fold as a double sided booklet... first page contains title page and end page, and the second sheet contains the information that would be found "inside" the booklet...the "middle section" if you will.


Since it is available for download now, I'm hoping it'll be easier to access for you guys. Ciao!

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Old 07-03-2004, 11:34 PM
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Great information! Very good article!

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Old 07-04-2004, 12:43 PM
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Very necessary information and well written, too. Have you thought about asking local vets, pet stores, etc., to keep a stack of your brochures where people can pick them up?
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Old 06-10-2005, 11:25 AM
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Very necessary information and well written, too. Have you thought about asking local vets, pet stores, etc., to keep a stack of your brochures where people can pick them up?
please don't forget the shelters!!!!!!! they're in great need to be informed
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Old 07-05-2004, 10:38 AM
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Old 07-05-2004, 10:53 AM
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I'm constantly raving and ranting on the subject of Pits. We live in a part of the U.S. where Pits are common and commonly misused - the Southeast. There are still dog fights in this area, although they are much rarer than they were even 10 years ago.

They're lovely creatures, very affectionate and typically non-human aggressive until some moron starts training and breeding for that temperament, usually involving some crossing and lots of inbreeding. The Humane Society shelters here don't even try to find homes for Pits that end up there; the Pits and anything remotely resembling one are put down immediately. Horrible, horrible situation, but I can understand it somewhat, given the breeding that goes on here and the liability issues. But it still breaks my heart. At one time the city of Morristown actually tried to pass local legislation banning Pits from being owned inside the city limits.
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Old 07-15-2004, 12:30 AM
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What I don't understand how some pitbulls are soooo friendly and nice and other times they totally scare me. There is a pitbull down the street from me that is constantly trying to start fights with my dogs and even w ith me. Is this because of unresponsible ownership?
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What I don't understand how some pitbulls are soooo friendly and nice and other times they totally scare me. There is a pitbull down the street from me that is constantly trying to start fights with my dogs and even w ith me. Is this because of unresponsible ownership?
Darn right its irresponsible ownership- the dog should be properly contained! If it really is an APBT and is aggressive toward you it is NOT typical APBT temperament and should be euthanized if it's usually left to run loose. I would give the owners hell. Sounds harsh- but it is the only plausible solution to these substandard hybrid nightmares these ignorant people have bred poorly and refuse to control. There are ill-bred "pit bulls" who still have good temperaments- if they are owned or adopted by knowledgeable and responsible people that's fine with me, but at this point the entire breed of true APBTs cannot afford to have unstable/aggressive "pit bull" hybrids/mixes/bad seeds running about. NO dog should be allowed to run loose, much less an APBT.
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I am SO glad there are other Pit Bull owners here!!!!

This is so exciting, I LOVE this forum!

What does "I've been frosted" mean?
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Old 11-13-2006, 07:20 AM
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I am SO glad there are other Pit Bull owners here!!!!

This is so exciting, I LOVE this forum!

What does "I've been frosted" mean?
Welcome...Glad to have ya here.


"I've been frosted" is a kinda "game" people send it around in a hope to get everyone to include it into their sig. It is just for fun, you don't have to do it.
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