No, Pitbulls are extremely powerful dogs. You can train them to be great housepets, but you cannot make them forget their instincts. Just like you will never forget your instincts. Many pitbulls have attacked their owners completely unprovoked and yes, the owners raised them right. Don't be an idiot, and don't take the dogs side just because it's cute.
No. An animal is an animal. From personally experience, his owner treated him great. He had so much love and was a 'good' dog. Until he attacked that little boy.
Exactly; yes, pit bulls can be good pets, and OF COURSE the way it's owner/trainer treats it is vital(duh). However, pit bulls are naturally more agressive than most breeds, and more likely to turn on their owners/trainers as well. Those tendencies, combined with their power, are the reason why pit owners in my state now have to carry hefty insurance policies to own them. I know someone whose daughter's face was mauled by a pit who "never hurt a fly" before that day... and if you look, you'll find many many more similar stories. If you have kids, I think owning pit bulls is damn near criminal.
Thats not even true you dumbass. Pit Bulls have been proven to have better temperment than most of the dogs that people consider to be great family pets. To be totally honest, it is way more likely for a small dog to turn on you for no reason than for a large one too. Pit bulls are incredibly intelligent, sweet dogs. I used to have one and she was sweet as could be. She was protective though, and thats where people think that they are mean. Owning a pit bull is not "damn near criminal", stupidity about how to treat and train any dog is. Any dog, if treated wrong, can snap. They've been given a bad reputation by the people that use them to fight. They're only used to fight because of their incredible strength and the fact that once their jaw is locked you cant get them off, not because of their temperment.
With the right training a tiger can become completely peaceful and non-dangerous, that doesn't make it an appropriate pet.
I agree completely. Unfortunately pitbulls can't live happily somewhere in the wild.