Dog Breed History
There are many Dog Breeds that are used to control or even eliminate the threat of man’s dominance of this planet. A few dog breeds are commonly known for their abilities to control and kill humans or other animals. In particular these are the Doberman Pinschers, the Australian Shepherd, the Pit Bull Terrier, the Golden Retriever and the German Shepherd Dog. These dog breeds are commonly known as “killer dogs” because of their history of being used to kill people and animals for sport and entertainment.
The dog that is bred specifically for killing is the dog breed known as the Pit Bull Terrier. This breed was developed in America by starting off with a cross between the American Pit Bull Terrier and the German Shepherd. The Pit Bull Terrier is a wild-caught, domestic carnivore from the Canidae family. It is one of the most commonly found wild canids, and is part of the dog family, Canidae, which includes wolves, foxes, coyotes, hyenas, jackals, raccoons, rats, hares, skunks, mice, rats, hares and badgers. Some other types of this dog family are the Doberman Pinscher and the Fox Terrier. The Pit Bull Terrier was first bred in the U.S. at the turn of the 20th century and quickly became popular and successful. Since then it has become one of America’s most popular breeds.
All Dogs kill people and other living things. That is their nature, we are not all Gods and there are no special creatures who have a “higher purpose” that are given gifts, we have to make our own definition of what that means. We have to use our common sense when dealing with dogs. Dogs have to be taught that when a human speaks to them they are supposed to listen, not to respond to whatever it is that is said. We need to teach them how to speak the same way in order to live a good and fulfilling life. We also need to make sure that our pets understand that they are not allowed to hurt humans or cause us problems. We need to keep this basic philosophy in mind and teach our pet’s accordingly.