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Harty 1 year ago
You miss the (in fact American breed) Australian shepherd. As smart as the border collie, as workaholic, but even more attached to their humans. Family of the border collie.
       
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Stuart 1 year ago
such a lie, pitbulls and German shepherds are highly unpredictable and aggressive dogs. over 60% of dog attacks in the US are pitbulls
       
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Kenji 1 year ago
Stuart,

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Albert 1 year ago
All in training and age when you get the dog. Things i see point to pits & rottie for attacks. Typical to what I would point as the macho guard dog for gang or drug. Id bet most of the attacks are chomps following "oh look doggy!!" b/c the dog is closed in on and feels threatened
       
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Timothy 1 year ago
Actually higher

From 2005 to 2019, family dogs inflicted 54% of all fatal attacks. 65% were perpetrated by pit bulls. Of the 346 fatal pit bull attacks during the period, over half, 53%, involved killing a family or household member.
       
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Epaphroditius 1 year ago
Wait, you make a post about family dogs and "forgot" to mention the boxer breed? sm_80
       
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Naldo 1 year ago
Shetland sheepdog clapping
       
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salamoon 1 year ago
i had both border collie and german shepherd... and i don't want any other breed when a time comes to another dog...
       
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