Dog bites: it’s not the breed, it’s the human

a cross of Great Dane, Mastiff, and Cane Corso breeds

a cross of Great Dane, Mastiff, and Cane Corso breeds

Even if it is the breed, it’s still the human. Responsible owners have to train their dogs. Read ERV’s take on it: Dog aggression.

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5 Responses to “Dog bites: it’s not the breed, it’s the human”

  1. Esmeralda Says:

    As an ex vet-assistant and rational human, I could not agree more.

  2. ellie Says:

    what a beautifull puppy I would give any thing to raise a baby like that. It is a dogs fault for biteing just as much as a child misbehaving in walmart and getting away with it. Adults should take responcibility for thier upbringing of their children furry or not.

  3. Nikki Says:

    omg… this dog’s face is JUST like my dog… Can you please tell me if you know exactly what he is?
    We’ve been trying to figure out what our dog is, and he looks identical to a Cane Corso, except his nose isn’t boxy enough, it’s too long. And he’s 29 inches at the shoulder, and about 120 lbs…
    please tell me more if you can!!!!!!!!!

  4. Ashley Says:

    omg, is that a male of a female, i have a female swinford bandog mastiff i’m looking to breed and that dog is exactly what i’m looking for

  5. monado Says:

    This is just an unusual-looking dog that I saw at the veterinarian’s office about four years ago. I don’t know anything about it.


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