Lisa asked in PetsDogs · 2 months ago

Have dangerous pit bill that i need to get rid of. Waht places take pit pulls?

He used to be okay but now he just so mean always growling when he dont get his way and today he bit me because i was trying to put in the cage since family was coming over.

He is too dangerous to have i have small children who are very ask risk where do i take this pit bull to get rid of him immediately.

17 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    Before you euthanize him, think about fostering to a junk yard to live as a guard dog. You won't feel bad about having to put him Down. He would be taken care of. Have a lot of space to roam. Get to chase rodents and birds for exercise! Probably not bite anyone as people tend to Not interact with "junkyard dogs". He could sleep all day and play all night. Could be a Win Win!

    Life is a better choice.

  • a
    Lv 4
    2 months ago

    Bluebonnetgrannie is correct.

    This happened to a family member - they really did their best, she just wasn't able to be helped. (They've taken on other troubled dogs and re-habbed them - sometimes a dog just can't be helped)

    She took it down to the vet and held her while the vet euthanized her. She was afraid of trying to re-home a dangerous dog that it would be used for breeding or used for baiting fighting dogs. She figured the least she could do is be with the dog in it's final moments.

  • 2 months ago

    You need to talk to a veterinarian first and have the dog evaluated. I disagree with everyone here who could even remotely suggest euthanasia.  That's not a solution; that's just sick!  It's not fair to do that to any living creature. They are animals and they do what animals do.  It's our responsibility as humans to care for them with love and respect and not like a piece of garbage that we throw away when it's inconvenient or becomes challenging.  Please be honest with yourself, did you treat the animal cruelly?  They are not stupid.  In fact, they are quite intelligent and can instantly sense the character of people and react accordingly.  It sounds like this is a recent behavioral change that could also indicate a problem like a painful injury which can make them appear defensive and 'mean'.  To simply discard them without first trying to help them is abuse.  I am not trying to chastise you but the way you asked your question leads me to believe that you might want to reconsider being a pet owner. I truly hope I am mistaken.  PLEASE, PLEASE do reach out to your local vet or animal hospital as soon as possible.  If you express an interest in helping him, I'm sure others will follow by helping you to find a compassionate solution which could mean rehabilitation and rehoming him.  Don't give up! 

  • 2 months ago

    I agree with Bluebonnetgranny. You messed this poor dog up now do what is right and get it put down. Do not get anymore dogs. That would be really unfair.

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  • 2 months ago

    There is no place to take a vicious dog.  You can turn it over to any rescue, pound or shelter & they will euthanize it  or  you can have it euthanized yourself.  It is against the law to harbor a vicious animal.  

    You failed this dog by allowing it to get so aggressive.  No training, no corrections, you ruined this dog.

  • ?
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Then you take him yourself and have him put to sleep.

    Don't try and rehome onto an innocent family or allow him into the hands of dog fighters 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Morally, you should take your dog to the vet and have him put down.  You took responsibility for his life when you decided to have him as a pet and now, if you have any morals, you will also take responsibility for his humane death.

  • Maxi
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    If you have failed to train/socialise/exercise any dog and it has 'become' dangerous, you have to be responsible, NO WHERE can you pass on a dangerous dog especially a pittbull, you have to have it PTS..and do not get another dog any dog as you will fail that dog too

  • 2 months ago

    Have word with your Vet, they may know of someone or an organisation who are prepared to take him. 

    If he really is dangerous, especially around children, euthanasia is probably the best solution

  • 2 months ago

    An overly aggressive dog should be put to sleep.

    Rescues dont take aggressive dogs.

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