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  1. Karen McFarland
    April 7, 2014 @ 5:46 pm

    I agree Kristy. It’s just that after having a dog viciously turn on me, I high tail it out of there. Pit Bull or no Pit Bull. Before that, I was never afraid of dogs. Now, that’s another story. My nephew has Pits and he loves them. But yes, I think any breed can be dangerous if they are trained to be that way. There are some really scary people in this world. The abuse is unfathomable. And inexcusable. 🙂

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    • Kristy K. James
      April 7, 2014 @ 7:53 pm

      That happened when my siblings and I were in grade school, Karen. We were all playing at a neighbor’s house and two horrible German Shepherds half a block down managed to get out of their yard (not sure how since they had a six or eight foot wooden fence. We were all screaming, hiding under the picnic table, trying to climb trees. They got a few of the kids, one of my brothers included. He had a huge bite on his back. That experience has made me cautious of most dogs.

      But in my opinion, it was all in the training – and the fact that the dogs lived in the yard and weren’t really part of the family.

      I don’t blame you for being afraid, but you’re right. I don’t think any dog is dangerous unless their owners make them that way. 🙁

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