+20 Times Pit Bulls Mixed With Other Breeds, And The Result Was Really Amazing

Dickey also said that in the journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, there is a study on fatalities between 2000 and 2009. They found some important factors that pertain to the care and control of the dog. These factors which were found represent over eighty percent. Dickey said: “These were dogs that had not been socialized; were large and sexually intact; and had no relationship to the person who was killed. In other words, perfect storm of factor upon factor.”

“These dogs are bred for fighting,” this argument not wholly correct. Dickey also said: “It’s true that the original breed, the American Pit Bull Terrier, which originated in 1889, was developed for fighting. But the three other breeds that are lumped into this category have always been dog show conformation breeds.” “They don’t have that heritage. The fact that they get lumped in is part of the problem because we’re basing things on what they look like and not necessarily what they are.”

#16 Pit Bull + Bull Mastiff

#17 Pit Bull + Alaskan Husky

#18 Pit Bull + Dachshund

#19 Pit Bull + Golden Retriever

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#20 Pit Bull + Shar Pei

#21 Pit Bull + Australian Shepherd

#22 Pit Bull + Chihuahua

#23 Pit Bull + Chihuahua

#24 Pit Bull + Dachshund

#25 Pit Bull + Bassett

#26 Pit Bull + Rhodesian Ridgeback

#27 Pit Bull + Chocolate Lab

#28 Pit Bull + Lab + Weimaraner

#29 Pit Bull + Spaniel

#30 Pit Bull + German Shepherd

#31 Pit Bull + Chow Chow

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