Originally Posted by shakenbake
"George tried to protect us by barking and rushing at them
, but they started to bite him -- one on the head and the other on the back," Rosewarne said. "We ran off crying and some people saw what was happening and rescued .
Umm whose fault is it again? All the dogs were off the leash and who was rushing at the other dogs? Now if the kid had been bit then it would be a different story. I work at a vet.Small dogs can be very aggresive to, but we always seem to laugh when they want to take on a big dog. I cant count how many times I am walking a dog past one of the small dogs run and they try biting the dog through the run. We have a Great Dayne that comes in all the time because it gets it arse kicked by a Boston terrier. I have seen some good Pitts but I have also seen some nutballs. .At my work we seem to fear Pitts ,Chows, and chihuahuas more than most of the other breeds when it comes to biting. Sense they have a upredicatablity factor to them. I have been bit by a chow and almost have been bitten by a ton of other breeds including
Pitt,Rotty,chihuahua,Lab,Golden retriever(only mean one I have met),Mutts,Boston,Toy Poodle,Shepards,Pug,Great Dayne, and some others. Some of these dogs just try biting right off the bat no matter how nice you are, but also some of the dogs dont like being restrained for certain things we were doing to them.I just love it when a owner says my dog is nice he will never bite(or some crap like that) and soon as I put my hand out slowly so the dog can sniff it, he trys to bite.If any of you plan on doing this type of job make sure you dont scar easy because the chance of being bit at least once is high and the chance of being scratched is a gaurantee 100% chance. You just dont know how many you will get that week.