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[–] Rambone 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Raised a pit that was a sweetheart. Fine around kids, but would mangle neighbors wild chickens that wandered into our yard. She definitely had a primal crave for small game.

Animals, even domesticated ones, have a few triggers that are hard wired into them. It really is up to responsible owners to correct these types of instincts, but even that's not enough - if you're a responsible owner you won't allow the opportunity to happen in the first place.

Seen plenty of douchebag owners with toy breeds like chihuahuas that thought it was the cutest thing their little shit toy would snarl and growl at them...even at the primary owner. Seen plenty of kids get nipped in the ankles or back of the legs by these "cute harmless" shits as well.

Kids can mimic small easy prey at times . Watch this lion try and pounce a kid: https://www.hooktube.com/watch?v=QeB0Wn_vw0M

When kids turn their back at the right time under certain conditions animals can't help themselves... even well raised pits or stupid little aggressive shit chihuahuas.

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[–] HighEnergyLife [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

if you're a responsible owner you won't allow the opportunity to happen in the first place.

This.