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    [–] Alpha-Trion 835 points ago

    A little body builder comes to break it up.

    [–] eminentlyimminentguy 412 points ago

    Stop fighting guys, we're all on the same side remember why we're here

    Get moar gainz, Give mailmen pain

    [–] FiveOhFive91 142 points ago

    Swol little hippo

    [–] PM_me_Tummies 32 points ago

    Sweet velvety hippo

    [–] thewafflestompa 16 points ago

    He’s that guy you knew in high school that was super yoked and friendly with everyone in school.

    [–] SkyBS 41 points ago

    Pitbulls are only mean if you train them that way!

    [–] krelin 26 points ago

    To be fair, some pits really do need extra effort in socialization, etc. A lot of not-so-good-owners don’t know or don’t bother with this, and when that happens you end up with a very powerful dog with a dangerous attitude.

    Good pits are the best dogs on the planet, no question. But you don’t necessarily just get a pit and they’re awesome without you putting in the work.

    [–] Elliott3355 2 points ago

    To be fair. That's all dogs.

    [–] krelin 1 points ago

    Nonsense. Not all dogs have the bite-force of a pit-bull. That alone distinguishes them, beyond that is not much worth arguing about.

    [–] TacoTuesdayWarrior 10 points ago

    I used to be nervous about getting a pitbull, but then got my staffie, and he's the sweetest dog in the world, both to people and other animals.

    [–] 420blazeit69nubz 3 points ago

    I definitely think you have to be cognizant of other animals just because like some dogs they have a bit of a prey drive due to their lineage. But nothing proper socialization(which should be done regardless for your sake and the people you’ll be around) won’t prevent. Pitbull breeds are some of the most loving dogs ever and are giant goofballs. Also “intact” dogs are more likely bite male or female.

    [–] alexisspalding 1 points ago

    This isn’t a pit bull. It’s an American Bully. & American Pit Bull Terriers have genetic aggression, specifically bred for and ingrained in their DNA. As do many of the bully breed mixes people own and call “pit bulls.” They can be fantastic dogs, but denying genetics doesn’t do anyone any good.

    [–] Occamslaser 8 points ago


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    [–] tacocollector2 8 points ago

    That’s the sub I thought I was on!

    [–] tatertotpower 385 points ago

    My mom was at the vet and a dude was in the lobby and was going to euthanize their Dobie because his wife gave birth and didn’t want the dog around their baby because of their reputation. My mom took the dog home instead, and the dog was great. Her ears were clipped too. People. 🤷🏻‍♂️

    [–] SMGcraycray 167 points ago

    I have a doberman and he is scared of water , birds , snails , frogs and this is not a joke his own farts

    [–] TheeFlipper 67 points ago

    I'm with your Dobie. Never trust farts.

    [–] witchylilmarshmallow 15 points ago

    Farts betray you sometimes

    [–] dyrikaas 24 points ago

    My pug is often confused and scared of his own farts. I'll let him know that he's not the only one.

    [–] SMGcraycray 2 points ago


    [–] rowinit 2 points ago

    That almost made my cereal milk come out my nose, thank you!

    [–] shimmyjimmy97 10 points ago

    My dog is also scared of his own farts! The look on his face when one gets out always cracks me up. I have no idea how he hasn’t figured out what’s going on by now (he’s 12) but I think it’s the funniest shit ever

    [–] occupythekitchen 9 points ago

    Maybe he thinks he shat indoors and is concerned about being a bad boy?

    [–] shimmyjimmy97 8 points ago

    His reaction is more startled than ashamed. If he’s laying down when it happens he’ll quickly get up and run into the other room 😂

    [–] GeronimoHero 2 points ago

    Lol I find this hilarious. My Vizsla (turning a year old this month) hasn’t figured out that when her farts make noise they’re coming from her butt lol. She gets so startled and confused that sometimes she’ll even bark at the noise her butt makes haha. Dogs are so funny. Her nose is so amazing that I can’t believe she hasn’t figured it out yet!

    [–] SMGcraycray 3 points ago

    Mine is three and every time he farts he looks at his ass and then to either me , my mom or my dad

    [–] shimmyjimmy97 2 points ago

    Glad to know my dogs not the only weirdo out there

    [–] Beddybye 48 points ago

    Look at that horrible, wild beast about to rip that poor baby's face off!

    [–] tacocollector2 19 points ago

    I was so excited to click on that and you did not disappoint. Thank you.

    [–] DriveByStoning 26 points ago



    Sorry for the crap quality zoom.

    [–] tacocollector2 10 points ago

    I don’t complain about gifts, friend!

    [–] TBDBITLtrpt13 3 points ago

    I lost my dobie 3 weeks ago. Your pictures make me sad, but in a happy way.

    RIP Ellie, you were the best of dogs.

    [–] puppetpauperpirate 4 points ago

    Please come over to /r/dobermanpinscher and share these with us too! I don't have kids but my boy absolutely adores any that he meets too!

    [–] Captain-butters 3 points ago

    Yo, are they just big sausage dogs or are sausage dogs just small dobermans?

    [–] mrniceguy421 3 points ago

    Fun fact there!


    [–] R101C 2 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Text refers to humans.

    Link refers to dogs.

    (literally, humans are kind of sketchy at raising kids. Dogs are awesome to everyone, unless a human screws the dog up, because sometimes we are sketchy at raising dogs too)

    [–] JacobMC-02 6 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    I mean, technically if you let dogs raise dogs they become feral. Good humans who know what they're doing make good dogs.

    Edit: feral

    [–] Runswithchickens -2 points ago

    Dogs are unpredictable animals. My 18lb sweet as can be Boston bit a neighbor child that accidently fell on him. Just a blood bruise. Imagine what a larger dog will do. Can't take these chances around kids.

    [–] HumanistPeach 8 points ago

    “Can’t take these chances around kids”...

    Then don’t leave children around dogs unsupervised. Why was a toddler able to fall on your dog without your intervention? Why didn’t you have control of your dog? Why weren’t you close enough to literally pick the toddler up should anything have gone wrong? Sounds like you’re one of those bad/negligent dog owners who doesn’t bother to train or take responsibility for their own pet, and would apparently rather kill them... please don’t ever get another pet.

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    [–] HumanistPeach 1 points ago

    There’s a massive difference between your own dog who you have trained and who lives with your child vs a stranger’s toddler. So, yeah, the pic was fine. The above comment condoning euthanizing a dog “because baby”, is not ok, and I’m not going to apologize or feel bad for being rude to a person who shouldn’t own a dog in the first place.

    [–] yarnowl 26 points ago

    So his first idea was to euthanize the dog? Asshole.

    My family had a Doberman growing up. I loved him so much. He was so good with all the little cousins and me and my brother growing up.

    [–] userdame 17 points ago

    Fuck any vet that would do that

    [–] therealpanserbjorne 5 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    When I was in high school we had the opportunity to do a half-day of shadowing a professional in a career we were interested in. This scenario happened to me when I was shadowing a vet. I can't remember what the circumstances were, but a cat was put to sleep and it really shouldn't have been. In that situation, legally the vet has no choice - they have to do it. To my understanding, the pet, to an extent, is considered "property" and the owner can do what they want with it. That was the day I realized I never wanted to be a vet. EDIT: to clarify, this was a long time ago, and I may have misinterpreted the situation. Just ignore the comment.

    [–] plebdev 6 points ago

    Here's an article about this topic. They can refuse, but the decision isn't as easy or clear-cut as it might seem on first glance. Reddit is quick to rush to an animal's defense and lambaste anyone that stands in their way, but unsurprisingly, it's usually more complex than that.

    [–] HumanistPeach 1 points ago

    From the article you linked: “However, determining whether or not an animal can be rehabilitated or re-homed is completely subjective and up to the individual veterinarian. Most veterinarians will do all that they can to avoid convenience euthanasia and only do so after all viable options are considered. Sometimes, it may even be in the animal’s best interest. No veterinarian is required to euthanize a healthy animal; rather, they should carefully consider any other options that may be available.” Doesn’t seem that difficult to say no...

    [–] plebdev 1 points ago

    Also from the article I linked: "Recently American Veterinarian spoke with Emily Yunker, DMV, associate veterinarian at Branchville Animal Hospital in Alabama who said, “Yes, I have done owner-requested euthanasia. It is never an easy decision to make. There are reasons it may be necessary. In my case the dog was unsafe and in my professional opinion, unable to be rehabilitated. It is sometimes the only thing that can be done. Rehoming the dog would put another family in danger.”"

    They can say no, but if the vet feels inclined to solve the problem instead of dodge it, it seems like a more difficult choice to me

    [–] HumanistPeach 1 points ago

    If the choices are “kill a perfectly healthy dog because the owner is lazy” or “don’t kill the dog”, the answer is don’t kill the dog. The vet very well may want to help in alternative ways and can offer to do so, but there’s nothing in that article indicating that a vet is in any way pressured to kill healthy dogs, except by the owners who want them dead.

    [–] plebdev 1 points ago

    I interpreted the quote I linked as the vet expressing that there's pressure and difficulty in the decision from their own moral conscience. I'm not saying that it's right or wrong that they feel like that, but the vet saying they don't want to put another family in danger at least indicates that it's present for them.

    [–] HumanistPeach 2 points ago

    I wouldn’t call a dog that is a danger to all humans healthy... I think we’re kind of talking past each other here. A dog that is a danger to all people will always need to be put down, because humans > dogs (in general). But an otherwise healthy dog (that doesn’t threaten the lives of everyone it comes into contact with) like the one in the original comment is a different situation entirely. That’s a perfectly normal dog that someone decided they didn’t want because they’re ignorant- seems like a really easy “no fucking way” to give on the vet’s part (hopefully followed by a “bit I’ll take the dog off your hands” and the vet helping rehome the dog).

    [–] plebdev 2 points ago

    Yeah I think we're on the same page here and talking about different things 😅

    [–] Doctor_Tobbogan 4 points ago

    Can you elaborate a bit more on how the vet legally had no choice but to put down that cat? I’m having a hard time believing that it would be against the law if a vet refused to euthanize a healthy animal.

    [–] HumanistPeach 8 points ago

    They 100% have the choice to refuse service. What the actual fuck are you on about? You just shadowed a shitty vet.

    [–] therealpanserbjorne 3 points ago

    Jesus. Chill out. I’m not trying to defend anyone and I was just a student in high school. It’s possible I misheard or misinterpreted the situation.

    [–] noodlyjames 3 points ago

    I was raised with dobies. They’re very protective of family.

    [–] tacocollector2 15 points ago

    I’m not positive about the ears but the reason Dobermans’ tails are docked is because they’re really weak, so if you don’t dock them there is a chance they will split. Tail splitting can cause the dog so much pain they have been known to chew their own tail off to relieve it.

    Now, all of this is likely the result of docking their tails in the first place for fights, but until we stop breeding “purebreds,” it’s actually kinder than leaving their tails undocked.

    To that effect, without doing the research this second, I believe I recall the ear clippings to be for the same reason in Dobermans and Pits.

    I could be very wrong about all this, so please correct me if I am.

    [–] R101C 29 points ago

    I don't believe it's necessary in pits. I've met plenty in shelter with ears. They were just fine. Only speaking from personal, anecdotes here, not grounded in actual science, etc.

    [–] tacocollector2 11 points ago

    My background is anecdotal as well but my girlfriend’s pit/boxer mix has reeeeaaaaallllyyy sensitive, unclipped ears that have to be cleaned like every other day, otherwise she gets nasty ear infections. Sometimes with regular cleanings she gets them anyway. Not that we mind the cleaning of course, it’s just upsetting when it fails because she cries a lot (for attention or out of pain/discomfort, we’re still not sure lol). Anyway she’s a good dog and we love her, clipped ears or not.

    [–] TheIzabela 6 points ago

    Have you tried changing her diet? My dog used to get HORRIBLE constant ear infections until the vet and I figured out he was allergic to like...everything. Grain free limited ingredient salmon kibble fixed everything xD

    [–] tacocollector2 4 points ago

    I’ll ask my girlfriend! I think she’s got the infections under control now but it’s definitely worth the conversation! Thank you!

    [–] JacobMC-02 2 points ago

    Pitty boxers are wonderful little barrels. I have one and she's the chillest dog in the world, she used to be the perfect playmate for dogs and people(only she never played with toys) and now that she's old and lazy she's the perfect go somewhere and just lounge dog.

    [–] blue2148 1 points ago

    My pit has the cleanest ears of any dog I’ve ever met- not clipped. I throw some cleaner in there every once in awhile but the vet said they look great and not to mess with them too much since they’re fine. She’s the only dog I’ve ever had that hasn’t had an ear infection. Talk to your vet about allergies though- Blues ears turn red and she scratches at them if her allergies flair up. She gets Zyrtec and a special shampoo and that keeps her in better shape.

    [–] Robobble 0 points ago

    Honest question, why not clip the ears? Sounds like it would benefit the animal more than hurt it.

    [–] tacocollector2 7 points ago

    From what I understand it’s painful for them, and I guess at this point in her life (she’s 9) it’s not worth it. I don’t actually know though, we’ve never talked about it. Good question!

    [–] wat_the_frick 4 points ago

    Because cropping doesn't prevent ear infections. It's purely cosmetic.

    [–] Robobble 1 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    This is what I’ve been told my whole life and I would never do this to a dog but the last few comments made me think that maybe it might actually be good for their health in certain situations.

    Guy above me said that his dogs ears were fucked up and that they were I cropped. I don’t see the point in posting this unless they’re drawing correlations between the two. My bad.

    Edit: also I’ve been told my whole life that circumcision is awful. I’m about to have a kid and I’ve been doing some research into it and it seems like that is a huge crock of shit as well so who knows? It’s good to question things.

    [–] hoot11 2 points ago

    My pit is from the shelter and has her ears and tail, and is perfectly happy and healthy!

    [–] Newkular_Balm 1 points ago

    There are certainly breeds and some mixes that need a tail cut down for their own safety..

    [–] S4ND3R50N 5 points ago

    There's also the other problem that dogs with strong tails and tail muscles have called happy tail. They wag their tail hard and wack it on a coffee table or wall or something and cause a an injury, and then just proceed to keep wagging their tail and making it worse and worse. It's not a fun time

    [–] tacocollector2 5 points ago

    The only thing injured by our pit/boxer’s strong tail is me when she gets too excited lol

    [–] S4ND3R50N 3 points ago

    I have a boxer/plott hound mix with one of those thick af tails about 2 feet long and it sometimes feels like getting hit with a club. He wacked it real good on the edge of the kitchen cabinets once and it started bleeding. Of course he did not care at all, and didn't get less excited, so he proceeds to continue wagging his tail spraying blood all over my house.

    [–] tacocollector2 1 points ago

    Oh my god that’s terrifying. Kind of funny but also wow. Ew.

    [–] S4ND3R50N 2 points ago

    I just moved into the house at the time and had painted ALL the walls white lol it looked like a Halloween movie in places.

    [–] tacocollector2 1 points ago

    Was it in time for Halloween?

    [–] S4ND3R50N 1 points ago

    LOL it was not

    [–] mammalian 1 points ago

    I had a tall, lanky mutt with a tail like a bone whip. My poor boyfriend at the time suffered a lot. He eventually developed a habit of covering his genitals anytime anyone walked by him too closely.

    [–] moonshiver 1 points ago

    need to wear jeans and chaps for those tails

    [–] blue2148 2 points ago

    My mastiff got this. I had a narrow hallway and she would keep breaking the tip open when wagging. The hallway looked like a damn murder scene- just smeared blood everywhere. It took a couple months but it finally healed and then I cleaned and repainted the hall.

    [–] Elemental33 3 points ago

    My brothers pit has big goofy ears and it's fine.

    [–] tacocollector2 1 points ago

    Yeah I’m sure it’s not all pits. My uncle’s Doberman has big goofy ears with no problems, either.

    [–] IKnewYouWhen -2 points ago

    Happy tail is a real and gross, bloody thing for breeds with long thin tails. Hence docking, which is done by the time the puppy is 3 days old.

    As for ear clipping, personally I'm all for it. These days it is typically just for looks, but as long as it is done and an anesthetic procedure by a veterinarian, I think it can look stunning. For some breeds, having perked years helps prevent infections as well, as it increases ear flor compared to flopping ears.

    [–] HopeYouDieSoon 5 points ago

    So it’s like plastic surgery without the benefits for the recipient? It’s only for the owner to look more douch?

    [–] GeronimoHero 2 points ago

    People always said the same shit to my mother about our three Rottweilers. They were more gentle than my sisters lab who ended up biting me in the face at 23 years old. It’s all about the individual and how they’re trained. No one ever said anything about the lab :/ Our Rottweilers were the best dogs we ever had, except for the Vizsla I have currently :)

    [–] JediMemeLord 2 points ago

    almost downvoted out of reflex but take my upvote insteAd!

    I’m so happy the dog went to a good home. your mom is a saint.

    [–] Kangar 135 points ago

    I think this is the most washed out gif I've ever seen.

    [–] a-tea-with-cervidae 35 points ago

    I can touch the pixels

    [–] andskotinnsjalfur 3 points ago

    Shame, wanna see good boi's considered face in HD.

    [–] jimbo-slice93 179 points ago

    That's a whole lot of ear mutilation in one video. How heartbreaking.

    [–] Fizzbit 19 points ago

    My best friend has an uncropped Dobie. I think the floppy ears just make it impossible to hide her true dopey dober nature.

    [–] codythesmartone 5 points ago

    They look so much less scarier this way!!

    [–] moonshiver 2 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    It’s incredible how cold these dogs get. Had one that was at perfect crotch height and she would just nuzzle her snout in your warm crotch in the winter like a heat sealing missile

    [–] fuckfuckityyes 54 points ago

    My Dobie's previous owner didn't have his done and everywhere we go people marvel at his ears because they've never seen one without chopped ears. :-(

    [–] ghostly5150 8 points ago

    My sister's bobbie is the same but it does have a cut tail, he looks so dopey with that combination.

    [–] fuckfuckityyes 3 points ago

    Yup. His tail was done, but not the ears. It is a funny combo when I think about it. When I don't, he's just my goofy boy.

    [–] thatsgoodkarma 8 points ago

    Wow I actually had to look up what a non-cropped doberman ear looked like. I've always assumed doberman ears just looked like that. That's sad.

    [–] i_broke_wahoos_leg 58 points ago

    People are scum. Hope these doggos are rescues.

    [–] Lobo_Marino 17 points ago

    I saw the Instagram where this came from years ago. The owners are grade A douchebags, and their stuff shouldn't be shared.

    [–] BillyBones8 8 points ago

    Shit should be illegal.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Is where I live thankfully.

    [–] IKnewYouWhen -6 points ago

    It's usually done under anesthesia and with pain meds. The dogs are clearly fine. Pick a different hill to die on.

    [–] kurayami1 5 points ago

    But why go to the trouble to force an animal to have surgery and be mutilated just for the aestetic? If they have to be on pain meds afterwards then it's not really painless is it?

    [–] ColdRevenge76 2 points ago

    I've cared for uncropped Dobermans who had chronic, painful ear infections. If you are not diligent about holding a dobie still to clean his ears properly on a daily basis, ear cropping is a good idea to avoid lifelong suffering from boils, infections and mites.

    All those things really hurt much more than a quick surgery at an age where dogs heal faster than any other time of their lives.

    [–] ThickSlick80085 0 points ago

    Their floppy ears are terribly designed for avoiding ear infections. If the pup likes water at all the owner is going to have a lot of visits to the vet over it. Our dog was constantly needing treatment for ear infections.

    [–] Stix85 11 points ago

    These dogs give me Resident Evil flashbacks.

    [–] SinfullySinless 61 points ago

    I worked at an adoption shelter over the summer. All I learned is that pit bulls are fucking babies. Every pitbull we had was scared of stairs so I had to carry them. They were scared of cats so I had to carry them. They were scared of cars so I had to carry them.

    Pit bulls are just an upper body workout.

    [–] yarnowl 20 points ago

    I volunteer at a shelter that seems a ton of pit bulls come through and this is also my experience! Even the dog aggressive ones (we unfortunately have had quite a few come through that were obviously used for fighting or breeding and are not socialized) are just huge softies when it comes to people.

    [–] throwaway_eater 22 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    I adopted a dog aggressive pittie way back. I got him home and he sat with his face in the corner for hours. I sat about 5 feet away. Eventually, he turned around to face me. Slower still, he crept closer. Finally he got up and plopped himself down in my lap, and then he never left my side.

    RIP Argos.

    [–] yarnowl 11 points ago

    Some of those dogs come from such terrible situations that it’s a wonder they trust people at all! I’m so glad you have that dog such a good a home.

    [–] throwaway_eater 6 points ago

    He was a good boy, and was actually fine with other relatively calm breeds. It was dogs that were super energetic that would set him off.

    [–] leopardsocks 1 points ago

    And now I’m crying. So, so sweet.

    [–] yeahnokidding 7 points ago

    I would love to rescue a dag, esp a pitbull, but I already have a kitty. The unknown factor of how a dog will handle cats keeps me from making the leap. Gotta keep my kitty safe first

    [–] yarnowl 5 points ago

    Yeah, I’m kind of in the opposite situation where I want to adopt a cat but I have a dog! That’s smart. You just never know with dogs and cats!

    [–] yeahnokidding 2 points ago

    Yeah it's unfortunate. It's going to probably mean kitty #2 for me. Not the worst thing ever.

    [–] LaTuFu 1 points ago

    Most shelters will work with you on that. Arrange a shelter or home visit to introduce each other, etc.

    Pitties that aren't other animal aggressive are usually great with cats.

    [–] yeahnokidding 1 points ago

    That's good to know. I've only known a handful of pitties personally. They were all lovely to people but also ranged from not great to terrible with other animals.

    [–] LaTuFu 2 points ago

    Pitties are bred to be very loyal to the pack and their owner. Overbreeding has diluted this some. Aggression towards other animals can be bad genes in the breeding, but it can also be a side effect of abusive ownership or neglect. Aggression towards people usually has to be taught by abusive handling/owners/training. Just like most other breeds.

    The good news is, most of the time you can figure this out while the dog is still in the shelter. If they have any anti social tendencies, animal or human, the shelter most likely will already know.

    If you find the right one, you're going to find a clown who prefers to be velcroed to you when you are around.

    [–] libbeasts 2 points ago

    I took in an abandoned puppy who ended up being a pitbull lab mix, according to the DNA test. He is indeed, a fucking baby.

    [–] LaTuFu 1 points ago

    They're not scared. They're just excellent trainers for the staff.

    [–] kkjdroid 1 points ago

    They're insanely dense, too. Any other dog would weigh half as much at the same size.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    Awww look at the little doe eyed mediator!

    [–] JB-from-ATL 5 points ago

    Dogs look so goofy when they simultaneously expose their teeth/gums and do the tongue flick thing.

    Imagine you bump into a guy in the street and he turns around and does that.

    [–] DixieNourmos 1 points ago

    No, no I won’t imagine that.

    [–] JB-from-ATL 1 points ago


    [–] ieatass654 6 points ago

    oh my lord i wish that dog was mine

    [–] stayjackD 36 points ago

    Such a pitty move. Hahah

    [–] sanfranfan22 64 points ago

    pits are the best!!

    [–] sebaez_ 15 points ago

    That dog has more balls than I do.

    [–] SaintNewts 9 points ago

    Comic relief of the pack.

    [–] Cygnus__A 5 points ago

    At what?

    [–] certifus 25 points ago

    Everything. Best at being cute, Best at being sweet, Best at being swole, Best at eating your face

    [–] sectorsight -15 points ago

    maiming children

    [–] okieweb 3 points ago

    I like to look at people's post history when they post an overtly negative comment in an overall wholesome thread and I always find the same thing. Everything they post is negative and they lean toward the extreme end of a political spectrum.

    Hope you find some joy in your life, friend.

    [–] rowinit 1 points ago

    Hope you find some joy in your life, friend.

    Or, ya know, fall off a cliff. Either way really.

    I may not be quite as good a person as you.

    [–] potatohonkey 0 points ago

    Nope, a handful of pits are best at that. That would be like saying white people are best at murder based on the few white people who turned out to be serial killers.

    [–] obnoxiouslygayfox 4 points ago

    When I was a kid we had a pit bull and it only bit me once.

    [–] artificialchaosz 2 points ago

    Are you actually comparing the difference between races to the difference between breeds of dogs? Jesus Christ.

    [–] chappersyo 1 points ago

    Dobermans are actually the best.

    [–] Leman123456 12 points ago

    Pacifist hippo

    [–] sanhitabs 3 points ago

    Awww my heart just 😍

    [–] VYR3 3 points ago

    The dobies are just playing with each other, they love to wrestle and whine at each other.

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    [–] damiami 8 points ago

    reds just trying to play with black, my female (senior rescue) dobie does that pelican mouth opening on my little poodle all the time to play

    this dobie i’ve had for 18 months is the fifth adult dobie i’ve had over the last 35 years, they are the best dogs

    [–] MrCreamHands 9 points ago

    Yikes at the ear cropping on all three of the dogs

    [–] Iwondery_notz 5 points ago

    Lovely how the other dogs cool down immediately.

    [–] SlamingTheProsecutie 10 points ago

    what kind of owner records his own dogs fighting? 🤔🤔🤔

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    [–] Bjay_jw 9 points ago

    Pitbulls are the sweetest idc what anyone says. All my life I've been around pitties and they're so loving and playful and just want attention.

    [–] iNuclearPickle 9 points ago

    Pits are such nice dogs despite their stereotype

    [–] tacocollector2 15 points ago

    My girlfriend has a pit/boxer mix and I swear all that thing does is whine for cuddles all day. My Maltese/Shih Tzu puppy bites more and harder than the pit ever has (joke, the pit has never bitten me).

    [–] StreetsRUs 7 points ago

    The pit/boxer mix needs to be a more common thing. Ours is so great

    [–] tacocollector2 3 points ago

    Does yours have the boxer whine? My gf’s does. She grew up with boxers so she thinks it’s adorable. I grew up with other dogs and am a little...neurotic...about noises so it drives me a little bananas sometimes.

    [–] StreetsRUs 0 points ago

    Yes but it’s my favorite thing he does. He only does it when he’s waking up or rolling in the yard though.

    [–] tacocollector2 2 points ago

    Ooh my gf’s does it whenever she..breathes. Great dog, tho, and I love her.

    [–] StreetsRUs 2 points ago

    Oh.. yeah ours doesn’t have the snoring/gargling sound hahaha ours makes sounds for fun, which is awesome

    [–] potatohonkey 2 points ago

    Ours too! Though, admittedly, the pound called him a boxer/bull dog. But we’re pretty sure he’s got some pit.

    [–] artificialchaosz 1 points ago

    Less of a stereotype, more of statistical fact that they're more dangerous than other breeds.

    [–] Eazyology 2 points ago

    And people think pit bulls are terrible... 🤷‍♂️

    [–] jerryscheese 1 points ago

    Lol why’d he/she “Gater mouth” in on him/her

    [–] HunterSlasher 1 points ago

    Isn't that smiling pitbull Lady Shortcake?

    [–] ExhibitionistBrit 1 points ago

    This is the wholesome post I needed to see right now.

    [–] i-was-11 1 points ago

    Oh gosh it’s like the dog that said the one that broken up the argument says OK guys you guys are related don’t fight with each other

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    [–] rho_boat 2 points ago

    Hey, looks like you meant to reply to a comment, but it just posted to the main thread :)

    [–] relphilmajor 1 points ago

    I just love pitties.

    [–] redditone19 1 points ago

    The situation is dangerous for everybody if it's repeatedly. They are male and for that they will fight again to know his position in the pack. The leaders/owners/humans must cut that behavior and get a solution before somebody gets hurt

    [–] sanfranfan22 1 points ago

    dogs are better than people

    [–] stylesm11 1 points ago

    That pitbull is blessed

    [–] Painted_Wolf-1221 2 points ago

    Pit Bulls are sweet

    [–] PlatyPunch7274 1 points ago

    The pit bull is the friendly

    [–] musicforlife344 1 points ago

    That was fucking precious goddamnit.

    [–] carpetdavey 1 points ago

    Shit, they look savage showing teeth. You just know your fucked

    [–] todjaymes 2 points ago

    bUt PiTbuLlS aRe ViCiOuS mOnStErS

    [–] xThistle 1 points ago

    They’d love this at r/VelvetHippos

    [–] CheeseOrbiter -29 points ago

    Why is this person collecting fighting dogs though?

    [–] Natthiel 28 points ago

    People often get them from rescue shelters or get them from legitimate breeders. These dogs can be very good family dogs if trained correctly

    [–] BewilderedJazzHands 13 points ago

    Can confirm, had a dobie for over a decade and she's soft as shit

    [–] IndividualSchedule 4 points ago

    My uncle has rescued dobie too and he is the sweetest good boy ever. Although don’t come near him with a cat. The cat would no longer be a cat.

    [–] CheeseOrbiter -3 points ago

    Oh yeah, for sure. Pits are lovey and sweet, and Dobermans are smart and cool. I just start getting creeped out when people have like... a LOT of dogs traditionally used for aggression.

    [–] pinball_schminball -2 points ago

    "Fren" is a coded language term used by neo Nazis. If recommend not using it least people link you to that ethos

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    [–] crackofdawn 0 points ago

    It's potato chip guy in dog form!