I try to avoid bigger dogs with my Fraggle Rock Dance your cares away shirt or even pick him up: not because I am scared of the other dog but because mine is a grumpy old man with back problems who have no idea of how small he really is and it is easier to avoid my dog getting himself in a scrap of his own making. Yes, mine should be better behaved/trained but he is an old boy with his issues. So, owners of Staff-types, Rotties, German Shepherds etc please don’t take offense at my behavior, it is not your dog, it is mine. Fact is, people don’t know you and they don’t know how well you’ve trained your dog, any kind of dog. Some people think its fine to let their dogs run up to you, some people don’t, some think its fine to let their dog jump on you which can be damn frightening when you don’t know the dog. Keep them on the lead in public. That applies to any dog, small or large.
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If you have a problem with a ‘dangerous dog’, you are looking at the wrong end of the lead. It’s all about how the dogs are treated! I have a staff and she’s so soppy and wouldn’t hurt a fly, I’ve met tiny dogs who are happy and will bite, my dog will do anything for a belly rub! Look how vicious my Fraggle Rock Dance your cares away shirt is. This is tough as my dog got attacked by a Staffie completely unprovoked pretty scary so I have to say I would avoid one if possible. But it is of course down to the owners as with all breeds sorry I am not a fan but I understand that they don’t get a fair hearing and more awareness is needed.
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It’s never the dogs that are aggressive it how u treat ur dog and how u are with them if u have thought them to be aggressive then they will be if u have thought them to bite and fight then they will but that can be with any dog, not just Staffies it makes me mad to hear about staffies like this cuz there not dangerous it’s how the owner is with them if u treat them nice then there be nice if u treat them horrible then they will be horrible but that is with any dog. Our staffie is the softest, sweetest dog I ever met. Recently another dog owner was running with her dog, my dog ran up to say hello. The other dog started snarling and snapping. The woman acted like her dog was being attacked and started screaming. She ran off once I got hold of my very startled dog. Her husband had heard her screams and showed up to launch a viable attack on me. It was her dog that was the problem, and her over the top reactions. Having met the pair of them I concluded they should not be allowed to own a dog until they grow up.