Dalmom. I agree. The previous advice applies to all breeds not just Pitt bulls. All pets should be introduced and supervised properly. We should never take for granted they will not injure the other no matter what breed they are. Wliberty
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Great videos. It is a shame that pit bulls get such a bad rap. I used to own one. Although he was dog and other animal aggressive, he knew not to hurt anything I brought home. I had a parrot that would walk all over him, raised a duck that waddled through the house and later got a Dalmatian pup that he loved to death. It was just a matter of how they were introduced into the house. He never hurt any of them. And as for people, he loved everyone....except for one person which he would not allow in the house....and you know what, I didn't trust that person either and later found out he was a thief. He was a great dog and I miss him a lot.
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AAAWWW....so cute. I am crazy about the music that they picked for this video, but I love the dog & cat. They are adorable!!
I use to have a pit-bull and a tiny dog of about 5 pounds. My pit & tiny dog played like that ALL the time. My pit could have killed my tiny dog with just one crush of his teeth. My Brownie would fit inside my pit's mouth. But my pit treated Brownie like she was a princess. Brownie never got hurt by my pit and they had a blast playing & sleeping together everyday.
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It's a very cute video. Still, please don't try this with animals that were not raised together. We don't know how old the pitbull in this video is. Many pitbulls are very friendly towards other animals that they were raised with until they are emotionally mature (anywhere between 18 months and 3 years of age) and only after this age will show dominance tendencies that can lead to aggression. I have done hundreds of aggressive dog consultations and from my experience over 95% of pitbulls show no dog or other animal aggression until they are about 6 months old. This number is reduced to about 10% once the dogs are over 3 years of age. I just post this to help people to keep their pets safe. Birgit
Edited by: HOUNDLOVER1 at: 8/4/2012 (15:47)
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