Yer report it. Got nothing to do with breed and everything to do with the d**kh**d on the other end of the lead and the individual dog. Bull breeds get a bad rep sadly.
I'm not saying my brother's staffy couldn't one day turn and attack. It's within the nature of all dogs.
But it certainly depends on how an owner treats them as to there everyday behaviour. If somebody goes around like Tommy ten men with a staffy that they rile up at home like 'bricktop' poking it with a stick then it's going to show that behaviour anywhere surely?
My in laws have had to get rid of there 'jackapoo'.
It's only ankle high but has shown tendicies towards being nasty with children since we have had children ourselves.
I don’t entirely buy into the whole ‘it’s not the breed, it’s the owners fault’
some breeds have been bred for decades/centuries to be capably dangerous, strong powerful dogs with massive heads and a powerful bite with massive potential for aggression, these traits are not at all required by pets, and are dangerous.
It’s like saying that a grenade is completely safe……as long as no one pulls the pin!
Nah, grenades and certain dogs are always potentially dangerous, deadly even.
This dog was only bought last week, I’m sure these folk were told it wasn’t dangerous, absolutely tragic
How many border collies are involved in stories like this? None, always a pit bull/staffy etc
Agreed, but not all bulls are people aggressive. They are just like any other dogs. Plenty of man biters amongst gsds and they aren’t on the banned breed list.People who say man biting pit bulls where put down are talking rubbish. China man was a man eater and he wasn't.
Anyone who keeps a bull breed should always abide by 2 rules.
Always carry a break stick and never leave one alone with a kid.