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post #71 of 74 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 09:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Konotashi View Post
Maybe if it was two labs or just two non-bully breeds in general around the same age, perhaps your advice would be viable.
But this is a 5+ year old pit and a 14+ year old lab.
Trying to force them to live peacefully would get Sania killed.

Have you ever split up a fight with a pit? When they bite, they chomp down as HARD as they can and don't let go while they thrash around.
All human wounds from splitting them up were from Sania. Letting go, bite, let go, bite, let go, bite- that's how MOST other dogs fight.
Careful, Konotashi, wouldn't repeat that around the pitbull enthusiasts....they don't think there is any such thing as "locking the jaw", or anything associated with it.
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Originally Posted by x0emiroxy0x View Post
Careful, Konotashi, wouldn't repeat that around the pitbull enthusiasts....they don't think there is any such thing as "locking the jaw", or anything associated with it.

I really despise your sarcastic comments..They are completely useless. I find it funny enough that you only comment on threads that are related to pits so that you can jump in and continue to bash.

Yes, bully type dogs are very strong. No, they don't have some sort of locking mechanism on their jaws and it's completely asinine to say that they do. There are ways to break up fight between two bully type dogs.

If you actually learned something from any "pitbull enthusiasts" you would know that most of them carry a break stick on them. I guess you could call it a "key" to "unlock" their jaws.
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When Arwen and Jasmine started WWIII, that was it, there were stitches and drains in both bitches, swelling and bleeding and they would have killed each other if I wasn't able to separate them. Two days later, I woke up and let Arwen out, and went back to bed. In about ten minutes, still groggy, I figured I could hold Jazzy, and let Arwen in and Jazzy out.

That is how I got the wound on my leg that took 18 months to heal.

I expect that seven years later Arwen and Jazzy would have still gone through windows or doors to get to each other. I wouldn't take Arwen for a walk down my brother's street for the rest of their lives, because they would have gone right after each other.

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I don't believe that their jaws 'lock.' I know they have a lot of jaw power and they use that to hang on.
There's a reason they're rumored to have 'locking jaws.'
It's because when they bite, they DO NOT let go (willingly).
I thought break sticks were illegal because they're considered as dog fighting paraphanalia? (Sorry, I have no idea how to spell that).

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