Why Pit Bull Type Dogs Fail as Police Dogs
All of the articles I have posted on these dogs have the keyword “pitbull”.
This helps one to find much information on FR regarding the breed-type and the problems, to include charts, statistics, and links.
YOU are posting a semi-postive Pit Bull article?
Well, I declare! I did a double take when I saw your pen-name.
I guess it shows wisdom and diplomacy to examine both sides of any phenomenon.
This will not end well and the stupid city’s PD will be on the hook when the lawsuits start.
If this dog kills someone then everyone involved in using it as a K-9 Should be up on murder charges.
What could possibly go wrong?
Wow, a pit who was “rescued” from actual dog fighting and is now being trained as a K-9.
What could go wrong???
I’ve spent many years training hunting dogs, and I own a pit bull. I’ve also come in contact with many other pits. Pit bulls don’t have the nose for tracking. I can only imagine that other breeds would be much better at tracking drug and bomb detection.
Pit bulls would excel as guard dogs. They have excellent hearing and eyesight, and are very smart and cautious. Mine won’t take food from strangers, and I did not teach him this. Also, because of their cunningness and caution, they tend not to bark at what they perceive as a possible threat or infringement on their territory. They prefer to hide and watch. But, when they think their territory has officially been breached, they are in all out attack mode. But, it has been my experience that they are easily barrier and territory trained.
But, I think pit bulls would suck at police work.