starrlamia wrote:Pit bulls are not a guarding breed, in fact they are the opposite and extremely friendly toward family and strangers alike
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jethro wrote: I thought pits were the best family protectors in the dog world, are you saying that's not true?
Shearaha1 wrote:Yes, but they were also historically used as farm guardians. That may be what jethro is talking about.
jamielvsaustin wrote:I'm not saying you're wrong, but that is the first time I've ever heard that and I've done quite a bit of reading. Why would a terrier (with high prey drive) be used for guarding a farm...with animals, I'm assuming.
jethro wrote:I mainly just want him to look intimidating to strangers entering my property.
Shearaha1 wrote:I have to also admit that I may be confused and am mixing family anecdotes with true history
jethro wrote:I want him to be gentle but scary looking, . Do you know what I mean?
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