A Satire: Why Pitbulls Are the Worst Dogs to Have
Reason Why You Should Never Own a Pitbull
I'm sure you don't need me to tell you, but there are many reasons as to why you should never allow a pitbull into your home. Here is a short 5 point list that explains why.
1. They're Way Too Lovey
My 1-year-old pit-terrier is the biggest baby I have ever had. He is a cuddle monster! It doesn't matter what you're doing, if he wants cuddles, he's going to get them, even if this means jumping on your lap while you're in the recliner or jumping on your bed while you're sleeping.
2. They're Wonderful With Children
I know it seems scary, bringing a big dog (or two!) into the home when you have a small child, even a baby. However, there is nothing to fear! My too pitties absolutely love my 1-year-old son, and often encourage him to play. My son will climb on top of them, pet them, talk to them, and give them kisses — and of course they give kisses back! He is still learning to not pull on their ears, but they have never snapped at him. I think the worst they've done is eat the food he throws off his plate!
3. They LOVE Car Rides
I know big baby here looks a little scared, but this picture was taken right after he and I left the pound- a place where he spent too many nights sleeping on a cold floor. Both my pits love riding in the car, whether it be to the park, to the vet, to go shopping... even saying the word "car" makes them go crazy!
4. They Know When to Relax
Whether we're lounging in the house, or outside enjoying the sun, Chopper and Molly love to just lay around. Of course, they still love their playtime, but they also love just laying in the grass (or in Choppers case, off the couch...) and enjoying the day. Being able to lay with your bestfriends after a long day is the best feeling in the world, until they kick you out of your own bed.
5. Best Friends For Life
I adopted Molly in late 2016. She was an old dog, very gentle and loving, and also on the list to be put down. I fell in love with her and knew I had to save her.
After a few months, I noticed she was lonely, so I went to a shelter and found Chopper- a young pup with lots of energy. I knew right away they would be best friends, but the ladies at the shelter would not let me take him home until he and Molly met. So I put Molly in the car, and drove her to meet her new brother. The ladies kept warning me about how dangerous he is because he was a pit, and how he didn't like other dogs or children, but immediately they loved eachother. And even better, he loved my son.
I took him home with us and they've been inseparable since.
I've owned many dogs in my life, all of which were family. I have never loved two dogs more than I do my pits. They are loving, wonderful animals that know when to play and when to relax. They love my son and are helping him learn new things. They have comforted me when I was down, and I will do the same for them.
The dog isn't the problem, it's the way you raise them.
Don't forget to adopt, not shop. Rescue and save a life!
Everything said in this article is my own personal opinion. Of course, you should always get to know an animal before you bring it in your home. See if they do well with you, your animals, or your children!