BSL IS BULLSHIT LOVE - Rottweilers are innocent
- Just Because Your A Muslim Doesnt Make You A Terriost, Being A Rottweiler Make You The Devil Dog
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The life and times of a Rottweiler pup and her master. A look at the daily trials and successes of the most incredible dog breed on the planet!
The Rottweiler breed is not more vicious or more aggressive than the Chihuahua breed or any other Terrier breed. The difference between these is the size of the animal. A bite from a Chihuahua can be treated with a Band-Aid, but a bite from a Rottweiler usually needs medical treatment.
If you own a Rott or plan on owning one of the so called 'dangerous' breeds. Do yourself and your dog a favor. Take care of it and REALLY get it out in public. We really need to change the way the public views these dogs....Anyways, that's my rant of the day! Thanks for reading....
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A ROTTWEILER IS......
...that cold moist nose in the morning,
next a lick across your cheek.
You try to hide in the blanket,
but he thinks it's hide & seek.
..those sad brown eyes, the ears held back,
the head that's hanging down.
for you raised your voice to scold him
while your face conveyed a frown.
..that faithful friend that sleeps so close
and watches all the doors.
You needn't worry where he is,
'cause you can always hear his snores.
..keeping those memories of devotion
that's filled with loyalty...
and always that 'tug at your heartstrings'
from this canine Royalty.
No. I always loved them!
Yes. I suppose so
NO. Still dont like them
- No. I always loved them!
Theary on rottweiler attacks
Muzzle Them, Ban Them, Destroy Them
Here's an Idea, Why Not Train Them?
To make matters worse some unscrupulous breeders deliberately produce aggressive “devil dogs”, favoured by saddos to project a macho image.
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What about the dogs of a similar size, all of whom are equally capable of causing serious damage to people, the Doberman, the Anatolian Shepherd, the Leonberger, the GSD, the Belgian Shepherd, the Japanese Akita and what about the nation’s favourite dog, the Labrador - you know - the one responsible for a fully grown, adult woman who had to receive the world’s first face transplant this year? What about them? Should ALL dogs simply be muzzled at all times, surely that’s the logic at play here?
No, this is the EXACT type of kneejerk response that would solve absolutely NOTHING.
Pit Bulls were banned - whether you believe rightly or wrongly - so surely we should be safer from dog attack, yes? Well no actually, Home Office statistics reveal dog attacks on the up and the reason dangerous dogs are on the agenda again is because a child has died.
So let’s muzzle the Rottweiler. What happens then?
Well, apart from subjecting the many thousands of Rottweilers who haven’t done a damn thing to a single person and have been found guilty by association , condemned to a life of misery, walking around with their muzzles on 24/7, they would inevitably become a less popular breed.
Owners who want a large, sturdy, reliable dog to share their home with and yes, offer a degree of home security, would find themselves opting for a dog who they didn’t have to witness living in misery thanks to a muzzling order and who wouldn’t be the cause of abuse from misguided non dog owners, convinced that Rottweiler ownership is only one notch worse than paedophillia. Other breeds will take their place in the popularity stakes.
Let’s take ourselves forward 20 years. No more Rottweilers, no more Pit Bulls. We’re all completely safe from dog attacks now surely? Of course we’re not and it’s ridiculous, incompetent and downright opportunistic to think otherwise. Where the Rottweiler once sat will be the Mastiff, the American Bulldog, the Ridgeback or other dog of similar size and stature. Take your pick, which is the one who’ll be responsible for the next title of ‘devil dog’?
We need education not legislation. We need to ensure that this vicious cycle of the wrong dogs getting into the hands of the wrong owners stops. We need to ensure people not only fully understand their obligations as a dog owner (of ANY type) we need to ensure people ARE DUTY BOUND to comply with their responsibilities. We need a dog ownership screening test.
We can legislate to high heaven. We can get down to a situation where we’re only allowed to keep dogs of a certain size. We can all just decide that the risk of keeping dogs is to high. Let's remind ourselves that a death by dog attack, as absolutely tragic, appaling and stomach churning as it is, is an isolated incident. It IS still rare.
If dogs were killing people week in week out, we’d be in a different position.
The fact is, they’re not. Electricity is though, cars are, smoking is, drinking is - should we ban it all or should we take the view that, by and large, these things co-exist with us in normal society and in many cases they enance people’s lives. Yes, there are dangers. Yes, lack of care can cause accidents to happen. But simply banning or imposing ill thought out restrictions won’t cure the problem and we’ll have learned nothing.
Let’s get this one right. There is an opportunity to make something positive happen from a truly tragic week. Dog ownership tests WILL have a positive effect. Banning orders, muzzling and breed legislation wont. We’ve already proved that haven’t we?
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