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Old 07-10-2007, 09:45 PM   #1
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Default Bizarre news story.

This will most likely go national tomorrow.
http://www.wkbw.com/news/local/8419972.html
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Wow, that rates up there with quite possible the most bizarre indeed.
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wow, that sad, but kinda hilarious in a way


its not all the dogs fault, they shoulda neutered him
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Thats Bizzare alright!

Why the heck would they do DNA analysis.. the dog ran outside where the neighbors where beating it because the boy was still attached. - Here'* your sign.

Someone definitely should take a closer look at the family, the dog learned that behavior somewhere.
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A.) How can people want to KILL Pit Bulls for doing what ALL DOGS TEND TO DO in some form or another?!

B.) I'm sure the dog wasn't intending to create a future-emotional condition that the boy will obviously suffer from because of something that has now happened that he will only remember because family/friends will bring it up..

C.) If the family chooses to euthanize the dog for this, perhaps someone should take a good long look at them and wonder how the dog came up with the idea to begin with...

D.) Does anybody seriously think that this is the first time something like this has happened, or perhaps its just the first time its been superimposed by the media?

After all, not going to go into detail with this place being family-oriented and all, but after some of the nastiness I've run across even accidentally on the internet nowadays, I don't see how this has become some act against God that requires the death penalty...
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It'* the owner'* fault. The dog should have been neutered to begin with.
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It'* the owner'* fault. The dog should have been neutered to begin with.
x2, it helps calm them down...
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It'* the owner'* fault. The dog should have been neutered to begin with.
x2, it helps calm them down...
more than that, things also dont work as well....
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A.) How can people want to KILL Pit Bulls for doing what ALL DOGS TEND TO DO in some form or another?!
Agreed. If it was anything but a pit bull he'd get a slap on the head with a newspaper, but that'* another discussion.

I agree that something must have happened to make the dog do something like that.
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my dog once played tug of war with me....i was the rope.


:( (he was neutered too)
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