Monday, June 9, 2014

Another worthless Shit Bull

Takes a human life.  Dogsbite.org has the details.  OK, maybe not a shitbull, but some sort of worthless fighting craphound.  Why do we put up with this nonsense?

In any case, I always get the bad news out of the way first.

On a better front, I have some new good gun P0rn!  What is at the end of the rainbow?  Golly Gee, its a Smith and Wesson .357 magnum!   Not just ANY .357 mag, but my very own!  So, if shotguns ain't your thang you might want to consider one of these.  Enjoy!


10 comments:

  1. Shot a S&W .357 Magnum at a shooting event and fell in love with it. Fully understand why you love yours, I love mine too. Too big to conceal, but my first choice gun.

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  2. nice shooting.

    my favorite gun is a SW 357.

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  3. don't be surprised if that killer is a pit mix. catahoulas are used for hog dogging. the psychopaths like to enrich catahoula blood with pit bulls.


    hey, i like your profile pic.

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  4. I wanna see pics of this dog. I saw a catahoula/pit on Craigslist and it was scary as hell. All pit except the coloring, but the word Catahoula was prominently written.

    Real Catahoula's, unmixed with shit bulls, aren't fighting dogs at all. They are a working dog, rounding up hogs and cattle, but unlike pits, they don't attack the hogs. They just keep them at bay until the hunter comes. They are athletic, tenacious and fearless. They aren't good pets. They can be a family dog IF you have lots of acreage, and a job for it to do. Like a husky, I wouldn't have one around a very small baby. They aren't known to be dangerous, but they are too often mixed with pits, so you just never know.

    Pit scum frequently mix in Catahoulas to make maulers even more energetic and tenacious. Asshole hog hunters do the opposite, because Cataholuas won't attack a hog like a mauler will. It sucks that they are ruining the Cataholua, it is a beautiful, functional dog and the only breed that is native to North America. I would bet this dog had some pit blood. The attack just did not sound like a Catahoula at all, they don't lock on and require someone to pry their teeth open, they are a snap, bite and release type of dog. I can see a Catahoula killing a baby (rare), but not like that.

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  5. I've read it was definitely part pit bull. Also, it is getting pts today. Or that is the plan I read about.

    It was the uncle's dog. I guess the mutant was jealous of the baby, but who knows.

    IDK why anyone would add pit to any dog. It ruins them.

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    1. Why would anyone add pit to a dog? Great question. Question of the year! (So far).

      Here is my estimation - Crossing pits with other breeds gives killer dog fanatics the devil dog they crave, but exempts them from insurance/landlord/governmental/societal limitations. For example, lets say you are a killer dog fanatic, yet you want to live in Miami? Well, get a dog that's 25 percent lab and 75% pit bull and you are good to go! See, you are now the owner of what is technically a "Lab Mix" and you can terrorize your neighborhood all you want! See, with BSL there are no limits on behavior, only genetics. You can work around those pesky landlords and insurance companies, too!

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  6. A friend had her leg amputated many years ago. She and her husband visited and they were concerned that my Lab may jump on her and knock her down. I assured them, that wouldn't be the case. It wasnt a problem. At the time they had 2 pugs and a pug beagle mix. Since then 1 pug has died of old age. At that time they also had 2 grandchildren that she would watch while the parents worked.. A 3 yr old and an infant. She emailed one day and told me she adopted a Lab pit mix and included photos. It was a yellow and white pit. I didnt see any lab in this dog. Her reasoning was my lab was so well behaved and the Lab part of the new dog would cancel out all the bad traits a pit is known for. It would be the perfect dog to replace the pug that passed away and a puppy for her grandchildren I told her she was crazy. I told her anything mixed with pit, be it another breed, other dogs in a household, children, people is not good and to return the dog asap before they get attached to it or before the dog gets "attached" to them. Months go by I dont hear anything more. Then all hell broke loose. Another friends calls me and told me the dog started going after her prosthesis, clamping down on the titanium steel post and pulling her to the ground, ram her walker, it killed the pug beagle. The final straw came when it jumped into the playpen and was standing above the baby growling at anyone that came near. They were able to get it out with it clamping down on the prosthesis. The dog had to be locked in a room. It nearly clawed its way through the door. Finally they called the police and had it taken away.

    Months later she calls. She tells me "The Lab part of the dog went nuts."

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    1. anonymous, i hope you have written this idiot off.

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    2. I need a flow chart to keep track of all this dog lunacy.

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