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Old 19-08-2016, 11:24 AM   #51
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A lab can bite for far more than enough time to cause fatal injuries. again all dogs of a curtain size which includes labs can take extreme pain and wont relise there bite. there is no difference between a APB and a lab. they both have the size and power to cause serious harm. If you think there is a million miles between a lab and a apb you are only fooling yourself
No difference between a pitbull and a lab??? You really are showing yourself up now. How on earth do you come up with the tripe that you do?

Is a lab or any other common breed of dog bred to have such loose stretchy skin so it can turn around within its skin when being bit by another dog?

A lab has the same pain threshold as a pitbull? Seriously?

Why are you fixated on pitbulls and labs? Almost any dog can cause fatal injuries, hence why I'm saying any dog that attacks in the way we are discussing should be destroyed, although you'd probably want it rehomed whilst blaming the owner

I could go on but there's no point as you post such dribble, and yet another thread your involved in will get closed. And for that reason, I'm out.

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Old 19-08-2016, 11:25 AM   #52
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Old 19-08-2016, 11:48 AM   #53
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No difference between a pitbull and a lab??? You really are showing yourself up now. How on earth do you come up with the tripe that you do?

Is a lab or any other common breed of dog bred to have such loose stretchy skin so it can turn around within its skin when being bit by another dog?

A lab has the same pain threshold as a pitbull? Seriously?

Why are you fixated on pitbulls and labs? Almost any dog can cause fatal injuries, hence why I'm saying any dog that attacks in the way we are discussing should be destroyed, although you'd probably want it rehomed whilst blaming the owner

I could go on but there's no point as you post such dribble, and yet another thread your involved in will get closed. And for that reason, I'm out.

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I'm not sure he did say there was no difference did he? Unless I missed it?

The ability of a dog to be able to turn around in it's skin is a new one to me I must admit. These bull breeds will be capable of flight next!

I don't think anyone disagrees that a dog should be put to sleep if it attacks or kills a person.

The issue for me personally and I suspect others is that as research has shown the root cause for these issues mainly lie squarely with the owner and also in many cases sadly the parents where a child is involved.

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Old 19-08-2016, 11:51 AM   #54
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Every owner of a pet dog should be under no illusion that it has the potential of being dangerous. For any number of reasons only known to the dog it can in an instant bite a person, another animal or anything else that takes its fancy. I don't think it matters what the breed is.

So many owners have no clue and do not seek expert help on getting man's best friend socialised in the first instance and understanding in the longer term that they need to be the leader of the pack that the dog needs to follow.
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Pet owners are like parents, they all instantly go on the defensive. It's never the fault of their own and it's always out of character when conclusively proven.

We've got a dog and often go walking around the large country park area nearby. Every week I'll see numerous incidents with dogs behaving badly. It's not a that rare of a thing.

We have some issues with our dog too. My partner got the dog from the kennels when she was really young. She's now 11 years old. The dog is a collie/lab cross.

She'll never bark at anyone and always wants a a clap, and more than likely looking for food. There's never an issue with her dealing with people.

She completely ignores other dogs and takes a wide berth from them anytime she faces one. She looks uncomfortable if one starts sniffing around her. Even with lots of contact and interaction with other dogs she just doesn't like it.

The big issue she has is border collies. Anytime we are faced with another border collie there's an instant tension in the air from both dogs. When they spot each other, even from a distance, you know there's going to be a fight. From a really slow easy going dog she'll be snarling on the end of the lead and likewise the other dog. If they get loose they is going to be a fight.

Step into the middle and the dog then starts to defend their owners.

There's obviously something that triggers such an angry and aggressive response just for border collies. It's really odd and nothing seems to change her behaviour.

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there is no difference between a APB and a lab
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Old 19-08-2016, 03:16 PM   #57
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Just reading a bit on the news the amount of hospital admissions in England for dog bites.

In 2013/14 6800 people were admitted to hospital for dog bites.

That's a lot.

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Old 19-08-2016, 03:31 PM   #58
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A lab can bite for far more than enough time to cause fatal injuries. again all dogs of a curtain size which includes labs can take extreme pain and wont relise there bite. there is no difference between a APB and a lab. they both have the size and power to cause serious harm. If you think there is a million miles between a lab and a apb you are only fooling yourself

As I said "Unless I missed it."

Seems a little more in context with the full text though don't you think?

To me it says that a dangerous lab is just as dangerous as a dangerous American Pitbull. Which seems fair enough.
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Just heard on the news that a 3 year old boy was killed yesterday in Essex by an American Bulldog.
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We have some issues with our dog too.
Our dog is dog aggressive and is similar to yours.

I took him to dog training for 18 months and after a good few months all of the dogs in the class got along.

Out in the streets with dogs he has never met he wants to have a go although strangely he likes dogs of his own breed which is standard poodle.
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