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Gamedog   London, Armed Forces Americas

11/20/2014 8:19:25 AM

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angelskodiak   Saginaw, MI

12/26/2013 2:32:57 AM

I just recently adopted a pit bull she is around 16 weeks old. She is extremely smart. She is full of energy and the article is right give them a job to do they are most happy then.

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Gail - 287854   Island Park, NY

9/19/2013 11:19:06 AM

I have a pit bull mix. At first I was leery of bringing a pit bull into my home. I have older kids and cats. Not given a choice, I had to learn fast about the breed. I learned from the web, fellow pit owners and my vet. I was amazed to learn so much wonderful stuff about the breed. She has been part of the family for over three years and I wouldn't trade her for any other dog! I'm thrilled to own a pit!

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JoAnne   Rome, New York

6/1/2013 1:38:04 PM

Powerful breed, beautiful temperament, bad reputation. Very high energy pups that need positive, playful, work-oriented tasks to keep them busy, ..or they'll get into some BIG mischief! If you don't have time to spend with them, ..DON'T OWN ONE! Work well with other dogs that are older and trained, ..not agressive by nature to other dogs as I see it, but they will assert themselves(like to be pack leaders.) Extremely loving towards people. If a pit bull bit you, you can be sure it is because a HUMAN was behind that behavior, and it was probably torture or abuse!!

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Maria Seals   Kingsley, MI

12/6/2012 7:41:00 PM

pitbulls are amazing dogs!! such a bad rep for such a wonderfully spirited soul!

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