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Old 07-29-2008, 04:36 PM
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Well at least pit bull wasn't #1 for once.
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And actually, Chis can be pretty brutal! o.0 LOL. Same with Dachshunds, they just dont have horrible bites like some of the other breeds that have less of a tendancy to be aggresive..
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Old 07-29-2008, 04:42 PM
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I've met alot of dog aggressive chis... not really any ppl aggressive ones... but they're so small that if you have a med sized dog... it can't really do that much damage... just be crabby. lol
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Old 07-29-2008, 04:47 PM
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did anyone see the slide show that was on this site? the 10 most aggressive breeds(it doesn't say what they base it on though)

1. Dachshund
2. Chihuahua
3. Jack Russel Terrier
4. Akita
5. Australian Cattle Dog
6. Pit Bull
7. Beagle
8. English Springer Spaniel
9. Border Collie
10. German Shepherd


I wonder if it's ment to be ppl aggression, dog aggression, or combined...

Watch out for those killer Chihuahuas!!!!!!

Even if they are number 2... they're really too small to cause too much damage!
Funny how the "most aggressive" dog breeds just happen to be some of the most common. I wonder if they are going off of number of reported bites.
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Old 07-29-2008, 04:52 PM
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That pup should NOT have been destroyed !!!! Now way could a pup that age kill even a new born !!
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Old 07-29-2008, 06:35 PM
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Figures its local to me. Off to do some reading now.
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Old 07-29-2008, 06:40 PM
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Somebody had better get their weeks in puppies correct, a six week old if with the litter and momma. He mentally would have no capacity to know even to maul or even eat raw meat if given first time.

Most ridiculous story I have ever heard or read about?????
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Old 07-29-2008, 06:45 PM
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The puppy hasn't been euthanized. He's being held at a shelter. The officer who carried him out was rubbing his ears.

I have a 12 week old Yorkie/Shitzu mix who can bring blood and does. She has needle sharp teeth. She's only playing but we find ourselves with bandaids all over our arms and hands. I can only imagine what a lab puppy could do while playfully nipping an 8-WEEK old baby. I've got tough 55-year old skin. Just think of the tender new skin of a tiny baby. So, yeah, I can see where the baby died from shock and/or blood loss.

What I can't see is where in the H%ll the adults were in this situation. That baby had to have screamed his little lungs out before he succumbed. Were they just letting him "cry it out"? Pitiful...
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Old 07-29-2008, 07:15 PM
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The puppy was euthanized- it explains this in the follow up story.
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The puppy was euthanized- it explains this in the follow up story.

The at the request of the police . . .which sounds very strange considering that in the video that puppy was about as aggressive as a limp dishrag . . .
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