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WTF....ADOPTED FAMILY DOG KILLS OWNER.......

 
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They don't say what triggered the dog to do this, supposedly it was not aggressive and that wasn't the reason the previous owners re-homed it.
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It was this: [link to i.imgur.com]
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They don't say what triggered the dog to do this, supposedly it was not aggressive and that wasn't the reason the previous owners re-homed it.
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What causes a black man to lose his temper and murder someone?






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and dogs are no different.

they are what they are when they are born, and it takes a human to train them to be what they should be.
At least dogs dont have gummint and lawyers telling them they dont have to heel or earn their food and keep
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They don't say what triggered the dog to do this, supposedly it was not aggressive and that wasn't the reason the previous owners re-homed it.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


It was this: [link to i.imgur.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27613031


the money is on the likelyhood that the dog was either not neutered, or only recently neutered.
Big animals fight for the priority to feed and fk first and no human is gonna get in the way of that when the time is right unless the dog fears them
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They don't say what triggered the dog to do this, supposedly it was not aggressive and that wasn't the reason the previous owners re-homed it.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


It was this: [link to i.imgur.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27613031


the money is on the likelyhood that the dog was either not neutered, or only recently neutered.
Big animals fight for the priority to feed and fk first and no human is gonna get in the way of that when the time is right unless the dog fears them
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Depends on the training. If you get them as puppies, you can stop that from happening. Again, I can take food right out of my dog's mouth (Mastiff/Rottweiler). However, another one that I have that was already territorial when I got her (Great Pyrenee), there is no way you could take food out of her mouth without getting bit.
"Imagine no possessions"

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turkeys are indeed lizard brained, and they are raised to be eaten and have no other real capacity for bonding with humans for anything more than food.
Dogs, have a greater emotional makeup.
Not gonna let animals decide who's in charge in my pack, I'M IN CHARGE and the doggies know it and do what they are expected to do or they fear my wrath.
That keeps everyone happy and safe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Sure but when your doggies are bloodlusted at each other, if you were truly in charge you would not need a carpet? 1dunno1 forget the fact that it also obscures them from knowing it is you entering the fray.

Bahh, what do I know. I can't afford to have a dog right now. maybe later I can be educated enough to offer advice. peace brother. and peace to all gods creatures. may the good lord take this woman up.
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BTDT, the problem stemmed from someone introducing a recently neutered male with a super dominant predisposition to another passive but large male and the subsequent response was very poor and essentially fixed permanently only to that pair.
That lack of foresight on someones part scotched the possibilities of a proper result for those two.
Some things cant be fixed, and the only real potential for a good outcome was not to let a bad response be learned in the first place.
I had to jump on them more than once when someone would break the two closed doors separation rule. IT did improve to the point that I could keep them apart without the blankey but not with any confidence of being safe and unhurt myself.
That never got resolved until one was removed.
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They don't say what triggered the dog to do this, supposedly it was not aggressive and that wasn't the reason the previous owners re-homed it.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


It was this: [link to i.imgur.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27613031


the money is on the likelyhood that the dog was either not neutered, or only recently neutered.
Big animals fight for the priority to feed and fk first and no human is gonna get in the way of that when the time is right unless the dog fears them
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Depends on the training. If you get them as puppies, you can stop that from happening. Again, I can take food right out of my dog's mouth (Mastiff/Rottweiler). However, another one that I have that was already territorial when I got her (Great Pyrenee), there is no way you could take food out of her mouth without getting bit.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


no offense but the topic is big adult dogs being rehomed, I believe.
With puppies, they can be trained right, I deal with severely abused and neglected large dogs
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Check out the comment below the article. Looks like people dont even bother to read the first line of the news. I bet its someone from this site. lol.

CJ Barrett3 minutes ago
Gee, I hope she's gonna be OK...


SHE`S DEAD!
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11/16/2012 11:35 AM
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Guessing the race of the dog before I click the link: Pitbull or Pitbull mix.

cruise
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FUCKING NAILED IT
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LOL
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turkeys are indeed lizard brained, and they are raised to be eaten and have no other real capacity for bonding with humans for anything more than food.
Dogs, have a greater emotional makeup.
Not gonna let animals decide who's in charge in my pack, I'M IN CHARGE and the doggies know it and do what they are expected to do or they fear my wrath.
That keeps everyone happy and safe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Sure but when your doggies are bloodlusted at each other, if you were truly in charge you would not need a carpet? 1dunno1 forget the fact that it also obscures them from knowing it is you entering the fray.

Bahh, what do I know. I can't afford to have a dog right now. maybe later I can be educated enough to offer advice. peace brother. and peace to all gods creatures. may the good lord take this woman up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27711841


BTDT, the problem stemmed from someone introducing a recently neutered male with a super dominant predisposition to another passive but large male and the subsequent response was very poor and essentially fixed permanently only to that pair.
That lack of foresight on someones part scotched the possibilities of a proper result for those two.
Some things cant be fixed, and the only real potential for a good outcome was not to let a bad response be learned in the first place.
I had to jump on them more than once when someone would break the two closed doors separation rule. IT did improve to the point that I could keep them apart without the blankey but not with any confidence of being safe and unhurt myself.
That never got resolved until one was removed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


They didn't say if all of the dogs were together at the time, have to wonder if this was the case or if there was something else that happened?
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Guessing the race of the dog before I click the link: Pitbull or Pitbull mix.

cruise
 Quoting: Leslie Zevo


racist wtermelon
 Quoting: BRIEF


cruise1rof1lollmaorofllaughlolsignlolatu
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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turkeys are indeed lizard brained, and they are raised to be eaten and have no other real capacity for bonding with humans for anything more than food.
Dogs, have a greater emotional makeup.
Not gonna let animals decide who's in charge in my pack, I'M IN CHARGE and the doggies know it and do what they are expected to do or they fear my wrath.
That keeps everyone happy and safe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Sure but when your doggies are bloodlusted at each other, if you were truly in charge you would not need a carpet? 1dunno1 forget the fact that it also obscures them from knowing it is you entering the fray.

Bahh, what do I know. I can't afford to have a dog right now. maybe later I can be educated enough to offer advice. peace brother. and peace to all gods creatures. may the good lord take this woman up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27711841


BTDT, the problem stemmed from someone introducing a recently neutered male with a super dominant predisposition to another passive but large male and the subsequent response was very poor and essentially fixed permanently only to that pair.
That lack of foresight on someones part scotched the possibilities of a proper result for those two.
Some things cant be fixed, and the only real potential for a good outcome was not to let a bad response be learned in the first place.
I had to jump on them more than once when someone would break the two closed doors separation rule. IT did improve to the point that I could keep them apart without the blankey but not with any confidence of being safe and unhurt myself.
That never got resolved until one was removed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


I dont know what BTDT means. but I was able to process the rest. seems you have a method to keeping dogs safe, happy and well raised.

part of the reason I can't afford a dog (trust me, the companionship would greatly benefit GLP) is because I can't afford to pay to have it spayed/neutered. sometimes it is financial, somtimes it is lazyness of not wanting to nurse it during the recovery, sometimes I don't have the intellectual capitol to make such a decision.hf
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turkeys are indeed lizard brained, and they are raised to be eaten and have no other real capacity for bonding with humans for anything more than food.
Dogs, have a greater emotional makeup.
Not gonna let animals decide who's in charge in my pack, I'M IN CHARGE and the doggies know it and do what they are expected to do or they fear my wrath.
That keeps everyone happy and safe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Sure but when your doggies are bloodlusted at each other, if you were truly in charge you would not need a carpet? 1dunno1 forget the fact that it also obscures them from knowing it is you entering the fray.

Bahh, what do I know. I can't afford to have a dog right now. maybe later I can be educated enough to offer advice. peace brother. and peace to all gods creatures. may the good lord take this woman up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27711841


BTDT, the problem stemmed from someone introducing a recently neutered male with a super dominant predisposition to another passive but large male and the subsequent response was very poor and essentially fixed permanently only to that pair.
That lack of foresight on someones part scotched the possibilities of a proper result for those two.
Some things cant be fixed, and the only real potential for a good outcome was not to let a bad response be learned in the first place.
I had to jump on them more than once when someone would break the two closed doors separation rule. IT did improve to the point that I could keep them apart without the blankey but not with any confidence of being safe and unhurt myself.
That never got resolved until one was removed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


I dont know what BTDT means. but I was able to process the rest. seems you have a method to keeping dogs safe, happy and well raised.

part of the reason I can't afford a dog (trust me, the companionship would greatly benefit GLP) is because I can't afford to pay to have it spayed/neutered. sometimes it is financial, somtimes it is lazyness of not wanting to nurse it during the recovery, sometimes I don't have the intellectual capitol to make such a decision.hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27711841


firstly, you can find a dog which has been neutered already.
secondly you can feed a dog well and properly with minimal money.
There is a cute little book called raw dog food, that can teach you how, not that I got even a penny from it, (thought I should have)
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It was this: [link to i.imgur.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27613031


the money is on the likelyhood that the dog was either not neutered, or only recently neutered.
Big animals fight for the priority to feed and fk first and no human is gonna get in the way of that when the time is right unless the dog fears them
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Depends on the training. If you get them as puppies, you can stop that from happening. Again, I can take food right out of my dog's mouth (Mastiff/Rottweiler). However, another one that I have that was already territorial when I got her (Great Pyrenee), there is no way you could take food out of her mouth without getting bit.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


no offense but the topic is big adult dogs being rehomed, I believe.
With puppies, they can be trained right, I deal with severely abused and neglected large dogs
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


No offense taken...I was just trying to explain that it isn't the the breed or size of the dog, it is the training, or lack of.
"Imagine no possessions"

"As Above, So Below"

)O(
Rach
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We adopted a mastiff a year ago and it is one of the kindest,gentlest dogs I've ever had. Everyone who has been around him has said the same. I know dogs are all different but I'd love to get more mastiffs, he is great with kids, other dogs, and our 5 cats love to cuddle up and sleep with him.
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the money is on the likelyhood that the dog was either not neutered, or only recently neutered.
Big animals fight for the priority to feed and fk first and no human is gonna get in the way of that when the time is right unless the dog fears them
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Depends on the training. If you get them as puppies, you can stop that from happening. Again, I can take food right out of my dog's mouth (Mastiff/Rottweiler). However, another one that I have that was already territorial when I got her (Great Pyrenee), there is no way you could take food out of her mouth without getting bit.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


no offense but the topic is big adult dogs being rehomed, I believe.
With puppies, they can be trained right, I deal with severely abused and neglected large dogs
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


No offense taken...I was just trying to explain that it isn't the the breed or size of the dog, it is the training, or lack of.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


the only difference is in the size and capacity of the animal to do damage.
Small dogs are just as vicious, they just dont much inflict damage on adults, though even a pomeranian has killed an infant.
Dogs are dogs, breeds are another thing altogether.
Dogs are predators, and you can only control them by access and prevention and socialization. They will all revert to predators under the proper circumstances. The owners duty is to prevent the circumstances from presenting themselves.
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We adopted a mastiff a year ago and it is one of the kindest,gentlest dogs I've ever had. Everyone who has been around him has said the same. I know dogs are all different but I'd love to get more mastiffs, he is great with kids, other dogs, and our 5 cats love to cuddle up and sleep with him.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26275626


the breed standard for most large dogs is a comfortable aloofness and confidence to others not presenting as a threat, and a comfortable familiarity and protectiveness with family/pack.
Dogs, like humans can have mental illnesses and obsessions which prevent them being presentable to normal social conditions and being a threat
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Depends on the training. If you get them as puppies, you can stop that from happening. Again, I can take food right out of my dog's mouth (Mastiff/Rottweiler). However, another one that I have that was already territorial when I got her (Great Pyrenee), there is no way you could take food out of her mouth without getting bit.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


no offense but the topic is big adult dogs being rehomed, I believe.
With puppies, they can be trained right, I deal with severely abused and neglected large dogs
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


No offense taken...I was just trying to explain that it isn't the the breed or size of the dog, it is the training, or lack of.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


the only difference is in the size and capacity of the animal to do damage.
Small dogs are just as vicious, they just dont much inflict damage on adults, though even a pomeranian has killed an infant.
Dogs are dogs, breeds are another thing altogether.
Dogs are predators, and you can only control them by access and prevention and socialization. They will all revert to predators under the proper circumstances. The owners duty is to prevent the circumstances from presenting themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


Yep, exactly.
"Imagine no possessions"

"As Above, So Below"

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Rach
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We adopted a mastiff a year ago and it is one of the kindest,gentlest dogs I've ever had. Everyone who has been around him has said the same. I know dogs are all different but I'd love to get more mastiffs, he is great with kids, other dogs, and our 5 cats love to cuddle up and sleep with him.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26275626


the breed standard for most large dogs is a comfortable aloofness and confidence to others not presenting as a threat, and a comfortable familiarity and protectiveness with family/pack.
Dogs, like humans can have mental illnesses and obsessions which prevent them being presentable to normal social conditions and being a threat
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1310640


I wonder if that's what happened in this case...

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