some_beer_drinker: i like dags
AverageAmericanGuy: It's just a product of a bad owner flaming asshole. It's not inherently overly strong. It's just trained that way.
AverageAmericanGuy: It's just a product of a bad owner. It's not inherently overly strong. It's just trained that way.
Sock Ruh Tease: Oh sh---[i.imgur.com image 550x425]
RatMaster999: [i199.photobucket.com image 468x669]First saw this dog on Fark a few years ago...
fusillade762: [i.imgur.com image 550x425][www.lolwtfcomics.com image 611x600]
Evi1Bo1weevi1: Can't we all agree this is animal abuse? I've seen one pit like this before and the guy was obviously a juicehead and was giving his dog steroids as well. I grew up right next to the Special Forces canine training facility on Fort Bragg and watched for decades dogs go through some of the most intense training you can put an animal through and not one of them had muscle structure like this. It isn't normal, it isn't naturally possible. Pits have a bad enough time with their aggression levels without excellent socializing, what the hell is steroids going to do to an animal like that?
PreMortem: Just like a lab is bred to jump in water, pits are bred to hold and tug. That dog gets off on pulling that toy and it shows. Steroids, maybe.
naugahyde flexport: Yeah, tugging on the toy has done that to the dog. It has nothing at all to do with the heavy weights in the background with the pull straps attached.
Evi1Bo1weevi1: Can't we all agree this is animal abuse?
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