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#105 : October 12, 2012, 02:21:52 PM

Just make sure that you know ahead of time whether they will bite or not...

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I've always found humor in the statement that a dog won't bite. I'm of the mindset.... if they eat, they'll bite. A human can snap and do something out of character.... why can't fido??

Some breeds just dont have it in them.

Ive had 4 different dogs live to between 13-15 year old. I can tell you 3 of them would never bite anybody. Even if someone hit were to hit them, they would just wimper or try to get a way.. But no retaliation.
: October 12, 2012, 02:24:57 PM tripblood

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#106 : October 12, 2012, 02:25:02 PM

Just make sure that you know ahead of time whether they will bite or not...

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I've always found humor in the statement that a dog won't bite. I'm of the mindset.... if they eat, they'll bite. A human can snap and do something out of character.... why can't fido??

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#107 : October 12, 2012, 02:26:04 PM

Thats just flat wrong that you cant predict some dogs behavior.

If you know very little about dogs, then that might ring true.

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#108 : October 12, 2012, 05:32:12 PM

Trip... do you really believe that its impossible for fido to do something completely out of character??

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#109 : October 12, 2012, 06:01:27 PM

Trip... do you really believe that its impossible for fido to do something completely out of character??

It's not impossible, but it is certainly highly improbable.  Dogs are much more predictable and consistent in their behavior than humans by a long shot.  They are what they are trained to be.    The problem with people who say their dog won't bite however, is that many people haven't trained their dog to not bite, they only think they did.  A lot of times people get a dog and they think the only training is housebreaking them.  If they are trained and treated inconsistently then they will behave as such.  A dog that is trained and given consistent discipline and expectations int he first year or so will pretty much always be consistent.  Those patterns are ingrained very early.

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#110 : October 13, 2012, 06:43:56 AM

Trip... do you really believe that its impossible for fido to do something completely out of character??

It's not impossible, but it is certainly highly improbable.  Dogs are much more predictable and consistent in their behavior than humans by a long shot.  They are what they are trained to be.    The problem with people who say their dog won't bite however, is that many people haven't trained their dog to not bite, they only think they did.  A lot of times people get a dog and they think the only training is housebreaking them.  If they are trained and treated inconsistently then they will behave as such.  A dog that is trained and given consistent discipline and expectations int he first year or so will pretty much always be consistent.  Those patterns are ingrained very early.

Agreed.

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