• Pitbull

  • Boxer

48% 10 votes
52% 11 votes
  • Although pit bulls can be perfectly fine they have a chance of coming from a bad parent that was extremely aggressive. I had this with my dog and we had to put him down. I wouldn't want that to happen to you either.

  • Study both types of dogs and their characteristics to see if which will be the best match for you. I personally love boxers and my experiences with them were great.

    Posted by: Najs
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tajshar2k says2015-05-14T15:22:21.5475495-05:00
Aren't Pitbulls like really dangerous.
Stefy says2015-05-14T15:23:11.4846288-05:00
If you already have decided ona pitbull why are you asking
TBR says2015-05-14T15:34:16.5203157-05:00
Having a pitbull is problematic. Regardless of YOUR feelings about the breed, you have to account for how it will be accepted. If you are 17, as your profile states, understand that you will have troubles getting an apartment, or roommate. There are many places where your dog will not be readily accepted. Dog parks, boarders etc.
mystery_man43 says2015-05-14T15:42:44.0416223-05:00
Wow! I didn't know that people were still so ignorant and stereotypical about dog breeds.
CommunistDog says2015-05-14T15:44:18.7157381-05:00
Dogs are bred for certain things. My irish setter was bred from a long line of hunting dogs. Thus, that is why she is crazy. Some dogs have certain characteristics because of how they were bred.
SamStevens says2015-05-14T16:07:43.1995393-05:00
Take a look at Cesar Millan's dogs. They are properly trained and rarely act out regardless of the breed.
SamStevens says2015-05-14T16:11:11.6551145-05:00
Also, in my opinion, if you do get a dog, do not clip its ears or tail off. That is cruel and an utterly stupid thing to do.
jcdsail says2015-05-14T18:06:40.7069553-05:00
Krampus says2015-05-15T13:40:32.0948365-05:00
Honestly I would advise against both, unless you can devote a lot of time and energy to them. Both are very high energy dogs that require a lot of exercise. If they don't get it, they will chew/destroy your house. I actually have a 6 month old pitbull, and she (bless her heart) is very sweet and friendly, but honestly the least intelligent dog I have ever had. Very tough to train compared to my other dogs. I got her at 3 months and she has been a high source of stress for my home. I don't know what your home/family situation is, but unless you or your kids will play with the dog a lot or take it on runs for exercise or you can devote a lot of time to training it, it will be tough to raise (this goes for both breeds). If you are going to be gone most of the day and it is going to be alone a lot, I would highly recommend against both especially if they are puppies.

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