Your Questions About Pass To Me Pitbull

Chris asks…

Timbaland – Pass At Me (Explicit Version) ft. Pitbull?

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admin answers:

Me encanta! Amo a pitbull!!!! <3

Lisa asks…

should pitbulls be banned?

admin answers:

Statistics for breed temperament testing:
Pit bulls have an 84.3% passing rate
Golden retrievers have an 84.2% passing rate.
The golden started out with 703 while the pit bull had 117 less chances to pass with 586.

No breed should be banned.
It one breed gets banned the people already disobeying and being irresponsible will just go get another breed. It doesnt get to the heart of the problem, which is iresponsible owners letting their dogs run loose or humans looking for a dog to boost their ego in a fight.

Donna asks…

Why do people say that a pitbull is the worst dog to have?

i want a pitbull so bad but parents say why would i want the meanest dog even at school they say that.
my friends have pitbulls & there not bad so why do they say that

admin answers:

They buy into the media hype and do not do the research on their own. Here is a great website you can pass around about American Pit Bull Terriers:

Back in the day, people who had Dobies or German Shepherds were considered foolish, and their dogs were assumed to be mean – and EVERYONE had a pit bull! The media will be onto another dog soon and pit bulls will regain their status as the typical family dog.

It’s not ALL media, though – pit bulls are usually family dogs, but since they’re very common, people in crappy areas can afford to get them, and they’re sort of like a status symbol. A typical wriggly pit bull with a wagging tail and happy dance is not a great status symbol, so they’re usually encouraged to be mean instead. It’s very sad.

They are used in fights because of their natural tendency to be exceptionally friendly towards humans and their power /for their size/, as well as their high pain tolerance and stubborn tendencies. Understand that dogfighters put their hands all over the fighting dogs as they’re locked in combat and cannot risk being bitten. Dog-aggression =/= people-aggression. There is a very big difference. They are absolutely NOT trained to attack „everything in sight.“ They are trained to be specifically friendly towards humans (because their handlers obviously do not want to spend half their lives in the emergency room) but aggressive towards dogs and, occasionally, other animals (such as cats and chickens) that are used as „bait“ during training.

Interestingly, a fighting dog breeder is lucky if he gets even one pup in a litter that is dog-aggressive enough to fight in the ring. This is a major reason why so many young pit bulls are thrown away in the cities and end up in shelters, often with scars all over their bodies (which, sadly, leads many to the wrong conclusion that they’re dogs that LIKE to fight – no, they’ve just been beaten up!).

A pit bull is never „turned loose on the streets“ after winning/losing. If it wins, it’s kept for another fight, or for breeding. If it loses, it’s either drowned, electrocuted, beaten to death, shot, or hogtied and tossed into a dumpster.

Despite being the most abused dog around, there are not that many attacks when you look at how many pit bulls there probably are. It is estimated that there are at least 6 million pit bulls in the USA (although that’s an old statistic, and there are many sound estimates that say there are well over 10 million now). It is difficult to find statistics on dog bites (since the top sites that provide these statistics are run by people who are notoriously anti-pit-bull and are therefore biased sources), but in 2009, 318 pit bull attacks were covered by the media. Since the media covers everything concerning pit bulls (except when they’re good dogs, which is typical), I would say that’s a fairly accurate statistic. This means about 0.005% of the pit bull population was involved in attacks last year. This number must be even lower, since the media is notorious for labeling attacks by mastiff breeds or even mixed dogs as „pit bull attacks.“ Last year, I personally investigated 7 „pit bull attacks“ that happened in surrounding states, and none of them actually involved pit bulls, even though the media claimed they were. Three appeared to be mastiff/Lab crosses, two were completely unidentifiable mutts, and another two were pit bull mixes and definitely not full-blooded.

And, since pit bulls are the #1 mistreated dog in America, it can be safely assumed that FAR more than 318 pit bulls were beaten and abused last year – and that really says something about these dogs.

They aren’t even that powerful, and that’s another misconception. For their size (the average pit bull is 40 pounds; dogs that are bigger than this are normally crossbred), they’re very strong, but their bite strength is actually below average. They just have a stubborn streak and don’t give up once they put their minds to something. (The average large domestic dog bites at a force of 320 pounds of pressure per square inch (PSI). The record for a pit bull terrier’s bite is only 235 PSI.)

Jack W. – They’re only territorial when they are trained to be. It is so unnatural for a pit bull to be territorial that they’re stolen all the time without even making any noise and the owners don’t realize their dog is gone until it’s too late. They are too friendly with strangers to be territorial. I have been to dozens of homes that had pit bulls and I didn’t even know it until I walked in and was ambushed by big pink tongues, since they’re so stranger-friendly that not all of them will even bark when they hear something outside.

Bob – is one of the sites I mentioned earlier that is biased. I have spoken personally with the owner of that website, who is a very high-strung, borderline insane individual who cannot carry on a conversation without getting excited and spouting off obscenities. Much of its information is completely incorrect. Even if its information were correct (it’s not), 52 pit bull related fatalities is NOT a lot when you consider how many dogs there are (6 million – and again, that’s an old stat, and there could very well be over 10 million now).

Anticipating – I’m sorry, but being a veterinarian’s assistant, in this case, does not mean you know anything about pit bulls. You work in a place that gets a lot of animals riled up and anxious. Most dogs are at their /worst/ behavior at the vet’s. On another note, if you would call any dog „unpredictable,“ you aren’t well-versed in their language. I’ve studied canine behavior for ten years and I have never met a truly unpredictable dog. As for their intelligence – do you have any evidence of this? Pit bulls have never been known to lack intelligence.

Sharon asks…

Does Bil-Jac dog food get pitbulls bulkier. if not what does?

Does Bil-Jac dog food get pitbulls bulkier. if not what does?

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There are so many dog foods on the market right now and most people are totally oblivious to healthy and unhealthy dog food. I used to be, but after looking into dog food and researching it I have completely changed my ways when it comes to dog food. All of the food in Wal Mart and most foods from other stores such as Petsmart are unhealthy garbage. Why? Because they either carry:

“Artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives,” all of these can cause cancer and several other health problems. Cancer is the #1 killer of cats and dogs.

“By-products,” they are the junk in meat that are not approved for humans to eat. Road kill, cancerous, dead, and dying animals are allowed as well.

“Fillers,” are corn, wheat, and soy products that virtually don’t have any nutrition in them. They pass right through. Which also makes your dog have to eat more food to feel full.

Surely good dog foods such as Science diet, Eukanuba, Iams, Pedigree, and Purina don’t have any of those and are great to feed my dogs right? Wrong. These foods have most if not all of these terrible things.

Here are the first ten ingredients of three of the so called best foods, which make up most of what your dogs eat and are the most important. The capitol words are the main things that are wrong in the ingredient lists.

Purina adult complete nutrition- WHOLE GRAIN CORN, POULTY BY-PRODUCT MEAL, ANIMAL FAT preserved with mixed-tocopherols (form of Vitamin E), CORN GLUTEN MEAL, MEAT AND BONE MEAL, brewers rice, soybean meal, barley, whole grain wheat, animal digest… (There is nothing good in that list at all)

Eukanuba-Chicken, CHICKEN BY-PRODUCTS MEAL, CORN MEAL, GROUND WHOLE GRAIN SORGUM, Ground Whole Grain Barley, Fish Meal (source of fish oil), Chicken Fat (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols, a source of Vitamin E), Brewers Rice, Natural Chicken Flavor, Dried Beet Pulp (sugar removed)… (Most of what you see are either fillers or by-products)

Science Diet- GROUND WHOLE GRAIN CORN, CHICKEN BY-PRODUCT MEAL, Soybean Meal, ANIMAL FAT (preserved with mixed tocopherols and citric acid), Soybean Oil, Chicken Liver Flavor, Flaxseed, Iodized Salt, vitamins (L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), Vitamin E Supplement, … (first ingredient is a filler followed by by-products and more fillers)

Here is a list of both cat and dog well known foods and treats to stay away from-Fancy Feast, Alpo, Friskies,Mighty Dog, Dog Chow, Cat Chow, Puppy Chow, Kitten Chow, Beneful, Purina One, Purina ProPlan, DeliCat, HiPro, Kit’n’Kaboodle, Tender Vittles, Purina Veterinary Diets, MeowMix, Gravy Train, Kibbles ’n Bits, Wagwells, 9Lives, Cycle, Skippy, Nature’s Recipe, Milk Bone, Pup-Peroni, Snausages, Pounce, Pedigree, Waltham’s, Cesar, Sheba, Temptations, Goodlife Recipe, Sensible Choice, Excel, Hills Prescription Diets, Nature’s Best, Diamond, Ol’Roy, Iams, Nutro, Royal Canin.

Here are some foods that I recommend- Timberwolf organics, Innova, California Natural, Evo, Blue Buffalo, Taste of the wild, Wellness, Merrick Before grains, Chicken soup for the dog lovers soul, Health Wise, Karma, Orijen. Plus there are many more great foods not listed. You have to look at the ingredients list of any food that you feed your dog. If it have any of the things listed as bad then immediately put it down.

To show what a good healthy dog food looks like, here is the ingredient list of Taste of the Wild High Prairie- Bison, venison, lamb meal, chicken meal, egg product, sweet potatoes, peas, potatoes, canola oil, roasted bison, roasted venison, natural flavor, tomato pomace, ocean fish meal, choline chloride, dried chicory root, tomatoes, blueberries, raspberries, yucca schidigera extract, Enterococcus faecium, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Saccharomyces cerevesiae fermentation solubles, dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract, vitamin E supplement, iron proteinate, zinc proteinate, copper proteinate, ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate, potassium iodide, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), manganese proteinate, manganous oxide, ascorbic acid, vitamin A supplement, biotin, calcium pantothenate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenite, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), vitamin B12 supplement, riboflavin (vitamin B2), vitamin D supplement, folic acid.

Daniel asks…

Question about my pitbull?

I’m adopting a pitbull puppy from the animal shelter and the people at the shelter told me that the puppy is friendly around other dogs. I’m a little nervous about getting the puppy because I have a 2 year old pug mix at home and people keep telling me when the pitbull puppy grows it will turn on my pug.

admin answers:

I’m absolutely disgusted by some of the answers you are receiving.
Lets start with this- Pit Bull is suppose to be a shortened version of the full breed name of the American Pit Bull Terrier. Sadly, „pit bull“ has become a catch all term for any dog purebred or mix that has bully breed features (from the APBT to Lab mixes that happen to have a boxy or wedge shaped head). Because this is a rescue dog there’s no telling if there really is any APBT in the pup or not.

The APBT however was bred for dog on dog combat. Regardless how you believe the breed got its start there is no denying that dog fighting was a huge part of their breeding program for quite some time. Animal aggression in an APBT is like herding instinct in a Border Collie, you can’t train it out, you can’t love it out, you manage it. (Note: Animal aggression is NOT the same or even linked to human aggression- You can have a dog that hates other dogs but loves people)
That said there are dogs that are „stone cold“ that are not animal aggression at all but for a purebred APBT it’s expected and events and shows are ran with the knowledge that many of the dogs there are not going to be other animal friendly and the American Dog Breeder’s Association (the parent club for the APBT, shorted usually to ADBA) even talks about dog aggression in the breed and the prey drive of terrier breeds in general.

While socialization helps a pup that is genetically wired for animal aggression is going to show it as he or she matures. You may be better off adopting an older dog that you already know the temperament of, but if you’re set on this dog then you need to do your research and decide that if it comes down to it you’re still committed to keeping him or her even if it means living in a crate and rotate household. If you can not do that, then I highly advice going for a different dog or pup.

My girl is dog selective, she was raised with two other dogs, met tons of other dogs as a pup (all on private property with dogs I screened first. Places such as dog parks that allow any dog in can result in a bad mix of dogs and a potentially damaging experience for a puppy), played wonderfully with them and loved everyone. Now at just over two years of age she is dog selective and while she still lives with another dog and visits a few friends dogs there are random dogs she’ll pass and hate (she’ll wag her tail happily to meet them, but would snap or lunge if they got close enough). This started as she matured and fully kicked in at about a year and a half of age (most commonly it kicks in between one year and three years of age). Because I knew the breed and expected potential animal aggression we still happily live in a multi dog home (no one is ever left unsupervised and I would gladly live a crate and rotate life like many do if needed) and she has been worked with extensively to watch me and ignore other dogs when walking.

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