There was a REALLY horrible pit bull attack in our area on tuesday. This went WAY beyond the typical stuff you here about. It happened at a friend of mine's house, so I saw all the blood and mess and aftermath, but not the actual attack. Apparently the owners of these pit bulls left the windows open with the screens closed as it was a nice day and went to work. The pit bulls busted out the screens and decided to go for a walk. They made their way a few blocks down where they wondered into my friends front yard. Her schnauzer started barking at them from the window, and these dogs busted her screen in, chased her dog around in her house, caught it, and drug it back out the window and killed it in her front yard. There is blood six feet up on the walls in the house as well as outside on the siding. The pit bulls broke into the house, not the yard. Animal control caught both dogs and they are being put down. I wanna ask a few questions.... Knowing I'm gonna get lit up by all the pit bull owners. Most pit bill owners say " it's not the breed, its the owner". Is it just that the shittiest dog owners choose pit bulls? Or is it something more? You don't see this with other breeds the way you do with pits, why? For all of you who are gonna say it's not the breed, are you admitting that if this ever happens with your pit, you are a shitty dog owner? No, if this ever happens with your dog you will be saying "he never did anything like this before", right? Animal control went over and investigated the owners of these pits(4yrs old and a puppy), and found them to be good, kind, loving owners, so what happened? Is the real problem with pit bulls the foolishness of the owners who believe that with proper training and love they will suppress this particular breed's desire to kill? Sigfreid and Roy made that mistake with a tiger. Seems kinda similar to me. Leave the gun argument out of this. Guns don't break out of your house, wander down the street, break into someone else's house and kill something on their own.