I love it very true.It used to annoy me when people crossed over the road to avoid my dog.There's no bad dogs only bad owners.
When I first adopted Schultz we were walking and came across and dad and his 2 young sons. He was already showing some signs of severe fear of men so I held him on a really close lead as we walked by. Right as they were about to be past us, he lunged and snuck in the biggest slobberiest kiss on this little boy's face. It startled us both initially but it was so cute :)
Amen. One look at my Cinnamon and you just know she is going to kiss you and not rip your head off.
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This sounds EXACTLY like my babies, Peanut and Bone! When you have a good, dedicated owner, you get an awesome dog. Treating your dog horribly will make them behave horribly. It's the same with children.
It used to annoy me when people crossed over the road to avoid my dog
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The rest of the pic is true, but the word "pit bull" doesn't exist, theirs no such thing as a quote unquote "pit bull". It's a made up term the media uses to describe any dog big and muscular. The actual proper term is American Pit Bull Terrier aka "Pit Bull". The Pit Bull is part of a group of dogs called "Bully Breeds", The American Pit Bull Terrier, the Bull Terrier, Miniature Bull Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, etc. Are all Bully Breeds.