jen, dont take what i said as if i'm telling you you should carry a stick. my brother has had pits and pits only his whole life. he never carried one either.I have been walking and hiking through the woods with my Bully breeds for years and have not ever carried anything. Unless you have another person that has experience with dogs to help break up a fight you are going to get the worse end of the fight. That goes with any breed Bully or not, my friends dog bit down on the dog next door to them when it came into their yard neither was Bully. I lifted the dogs back legs up till he released the other dog and at the same time my friend pulled the other away so it could not get bit again. Any dog fights can be dangerous no matter what breed.
That video is awesome!! So there are breeds more powerful than pit bulls. Of course Im sure it depends on the individual dogs.
There are better and safer ways, though many think it's gross, a finger up hte rectum works wonders ON ANY BREED, it you have control of the hind quarters, they can't turn to bite youwell i can tell you this. for any of the bully breeds.
from what i've read, they dont have locking jaws, but as a bully owner they say you should carry a strong stick with you. in case a dog attacks your bully breed and your bully bites on and doesnt let go, you would need a stick or pipe to put in its mouth and pry it open.
it really is there willingness to not let go. actually a good fighting technique. just like if your in a fight and you get someone in the headLOCK you dont let go and you will eventually have choked the person out to were they suffacate(or however you spell that).
All dogs can bite and do serious damage to human skin or another dog, what is the point in owning a dog at all? There are traits other than not letting go that make the dog desirable, like their need to please their owners. Most of the people that would want one because it bites down and doesn't let go are the people that shouldn't own any breed of dog.Can someone explain to me why it would be a good thing to have a "bully" dog that might get into a fight with another dog and not let go? I don't get how that would be a desirable trait please educate me.
For one thing, unlike a moray eel, they do not require a very large saltwater aquarium.
Honestly, I think a lot of people get a dog partly out of admiration for their physical capabilities and then they spend every waking minute praying that the dog will never utilize them.
I am speaking, of course, about the fearsome badger-hunting dachshund,
There is no doubt about that, recently there has been a lot of bad local press on the breed. Only one news stations actually reported the dogs that attacked as being a pit mix the rest just screamed Pit Bull. In fact earlier today I sent an email to Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson because of a comment he made on the news saying that pit bulls are evil and he doesn't want them in his city. I found it hard to believe that the mayor could be that ignorant and I think I might have compared him to Hitler in my email. I believe my exact words were, "Hitler thought the Jews were evil too." That isn't the rudest thing I sent in the email so if I'm not posting for the next few days it might be because they arrested me lol. Sorry I just couldn't take such an ignorant comment coming from such an authority figure lightly.IMO Must have thick skin and a mind of your own.
My Bully would NEVER get into a fight unless attacked. In fact mst Bullies are that way. What you haveto remember is that ALL bully breeds were bred to fight SOMETHING be it Bulls, pigs, or other dogs. It's a breed trait just like curly hair on a poodle.Can someone explain to me why it would be a good thing to have a "bully" dog that might get into a fight with another dog and not let go? I don't get how that would be a desirable trait please educate me.