Monday, July 9, 2012

Jenelle Evans Update

Another photo of Jenelle and kieffer was posted on Kieffer's twitter, the two look awfully comfy together but they couple still claims that they are just friends. I think a lot of Teen Mom fans will agree with me that even being "friends" with Kieffer is a bad idea. Lets not forget that this is the guy who sold nude photos of her to the tabloids. That should be unforgivable... so either Jenelle is very forgiving or she was in on that whole thing. Either way they are double trouble when they are together but we will see how it goes. 

Apparently Jenelle is going to court soon for a no contact order against Gary Head. She also has court later this month for some charges against her for her most recent arrest. (When she and Gary got into a physical fight and got caught with drugs...) 

What bout Jace? Well right now Babs isn't letting Jenelle take Jace to her house because of Jenelle's pet Pit Bull. She feels that the dog is too dangerous. Jenelle disagrees arguing that the dog is only 12 weeks, but if you have ever been around a Pit they are strong even as puppies. I personally love Pit Bulls but I still wouldn't want my toddler around one, they are just simply too strong and could easily overpower a child. 


Jenelle is still saying that she is trying to get Jace back, she set up a room for him in her home and has gotten a real job. (One that isn't just filming for MTV.)

PS: For people assuming that I'm hating on pit bulls... (even though I clearly said that I love them so obviously I have been around them before...) It isn't their violent nature or reputation that makes me uneasy around them when I have a toddler. It's the fact that they play hard and are strong, Toddlers are wobbly and weak. I wouldn't want to have my baby around a dog that I have to constantly be worrying about. Pit Bulls are fine around children if you properly train them... which is a lot of work and requires constant attention. I doubt Jenelle is doing what she needs to to make sure the dog is 100% trustworthy around a child. Dogs are a product of their owners.

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  1. My daughter is 20 months old and we have a 1 year old pit bull. Ive never been around a dog as gentle with my daughter so saying you wouldn't allow a pit around a toodler is ignorant. It depends on the dog, not the breed.

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    1. i completly agree with u..i have a 3 year old border collie...sweet as it can be(my baby:D) and a friend of mine has also a border collie and u cant even pet her coz she will bite ur hands off

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    2. Actually it is the breed. They are naturally aggressive dogs but with training can be tamed. However that isn't what I meant. Having a large strong active dog like a pit bull around a toddler is not a great idea. There are some pits that are calm and gentle but as young dogs they are very animated. I've been knocked over by a pit a few months old and I'm an adult. I've been around the dogs before. Far from ignorant.

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    3. I disagree. A dog needs to be taught to be gentle. What she is saying is that 1. She doesn't think Jenelle is up to the task and 2. that Pit Bulls, and all dogs really, are naturally playful. A dog can easily knock a child down. I'm not going to say that the dog would harm a child intentionally, but it could easily happen. She's not hating on the breed, just saying that toddlers and Pit Bulls generally do not mix, especially if we aren't sure if the mother is willing to take the time to teach both the child and dog.

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    4. Anon - the author clearly said she loves pits, and clearly stated what the harm might be, then she clearly wrote another statement at the end of the entry because she knew some idiot would just have to comment.

      The spirit of the comment was ignored, because you are ignorant.

      My thoughts? Jenelle doesn't have the discipline to raise a well mannered dog = potential shit show. Doesn't matter the breed.

      I have a lot more that I could say - like how one dog does not a breed make. (So glad you know a gentle pit - they can be nice.)

      Sigh.

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    5. I agree with whoever made this...I think pitbulls are naturally aggressive dogs and they do need training. I had a pitbull who was six months old and he was already huge. My daughter was two, and although the dog was very friendly and never bit her or showed aggression towards her, he was so big and strong that if he was running through the house all excited he would knock my daughter over the place and she even hit her head on the floor once when he knocked her over. We did get rid of the dog because of this because we decided it was not the right time for our family to be raising and training both. (Not to mention my husband worked all day and I could not physically walk the dog and have my two year old with me...lol) They are a lot of work to both have to train a puppy pitbull and a toddler, and I don't think Jenelle is up for that task yet, I think Barbara is doing the right thing.

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    6. Ok, soo...
      I have a 2 year old pitbull who is the sweetest thing! And she loves my baby boy who is 9 months old. I have no problem with her being around him, BUT.... Her puppies are like little demons! And I absolutely do not trust them to be near him at all, because by being puppies they have tons of energy and are soo Playfull! And you know how puppies play... Like fighting and biting, they think it's ok to play like that because they don't know better yet, not because it's a dangerous breed!

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    7. I have a pitbull and he is around my grand babys all the time we have had him since 2004 the BEST DOG IN THE WORLD

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    8. I have a pit, he is 2 1/2 and super sweet, but I still agree with Jamie. Even though my dog is a big baby, and my fiancé and I are very attentive to him and spend tons of time training him, and even though he is the best behaved dog I know, I don't like to have him around kids. He has never been around young kids his whole life, so he's not used to them. And he is extremely protective of me and my fiancé, so if kids are around he feels the need to "protect" us from them, because he's not used to them and doesn't really know what they are exactly, so he sees them as a threat. I personally love pits, especially mine, but it's true that pit bulls are a naturally aggressive breed. But if they are raised correctly, the aggressiveness doesn't come out, and they are the sweetest, most loyal dogs in the world. But that doesn't mean their aggressive side is gone, and it will come out if they feel threatened.

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    9. Good points, however, it doesn't depend on the dog, it depends on how the dog was raised by it's owner. Owners are responsible for the behavior of their dogs.

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  2. ^^^ Amen!!! We have a German Shepard and HATE that people discriminate against GS, Pits, and Rots. Our GS has been raised around our kids as well and the sweetest dog you could ever meet- unless you are messing with his kids! lol

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  3. The whole pit bull thing is stupid. it is better to be around them when they are puppy that way they know who you are and they will know to protact the kid too. so i think her mom should let him go over there

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    1. I agree. How is the puppy gonna be nice to jace & learn how to act around children if he isn't even around them? Pitbulls are not all aggressive. It is how you raise them. That also goes for any other breed like a yorkie! Those little dogs can be meaner then the bigger one's

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    2. Ptbulls are, by nature, more agressive and have hidden aggression more than other dogs. Look at the stats - available on line

      http://www.dog-bite-law-center.com/pgs/stats.html

      Pitbulls top the list.

      SO- for every defending pitbulls.... Go to the website.

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    3. From the above website:

      Pit bulls cause one-third of dog-bite related fatalities while only make up less than 2% of the dog population. Because of the deaths, maulings and serious injuries inflicted by Pit Bulls, many countries worldwide ban these dogs altogether or require licenses for ownership of them.

      Among the deadliest and most vicious of all dog breeds with killer instincts, originally bred to fight and kill other dogs, Pit Bulls are now widely popular as companion dogs, especially in American cities. Their popularly is strange given their homicidal history and aggressive in-bred traits

      Not all pitbulls will be mean etc - but they disporpotionally have issues... Its just like homeless people are more likely to be mentally ill - is it a hard and fast fact that all homeless people are mentally ill? NO - the point is that there is a greater number of homeless people that will have mental illness issues as compared to the general population.

      Pitbulls have more incidence of biting (and also have a more 'powerful, agressive, unrelenting bite' than other dogs. If a small dog bites your face, it hurts and can bleed etc, but a putfull is more likely to cause serious damage.

      AGAIN, the point was not so much that the dog is a pit, but perhaps that it is not well trained and has the POTENTIAL to cause serious harm to a child, whether through play (Jumps up on the child) or through an incident (not all children are gentle with dogs).

      MOREOVER, Jenelle lies/makes excuses for everything. Barbara may have given Jenelle a LIST of reasons why she can't have Jace, and Jenelle might have posted the one item that seems ridiculous. Jennelle is manipulative like that.

      AND the dog was just a small part of the story - but is now the focal point...

      Jennelle should not have Jace. End of story.

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  4. Amen! ^^ just bc they are strong dogs means nothing they are zing animals I have a 3 year old pit and he goes around all of my friends kids he's so loving to them the biggest thing he does is knock you down but that's so he can kiss you. Idiot ppl like you are why the dogs have a bad name.as for jennell she's done for if she hasn't gotten it right by now I just dnt think she ever will if you're around trash you become trash!

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  5. I had a grown ass pit and and a new born and I swear I ain't never seen a dog more protective. Over a baby dnt judge a dog for wat it is its a pit and? ????

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  6. I have a 20 day old baby boy and I have a pit bull and she is so sweet with him. She lays next to his swing/bouncer and watches him. I also have 3 other dogs. I am more worried about my weiner dog when he gets a lil bigger since the dog is older and doesnt play well. But my pit is great with him and my nephew who just turned a year in june! That is such a dumb reason to keep jace from her. If anything the reason should be because of her drug problems and violent relationships......

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  7. Did you ever think that her mom is using the dog as an excuse, because she doesn't want Jace in the environment that Jenelle provides? I don't personally think it has anything to do with the dog.

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    1. Love this comment - and I think the recent shit she got into with Gary may have quickened Babs decision.

      Jenelle may have set up a room, but Jace doesn't need to be exposed to fighting, drugs, idiots like Keiffer, and the drama.

      Plus, maybe Babs has met the dog, and it was ill behaved, and Babs formed her decision on that basis. It may not be just the breed - maybe Babs witnessed the behavior!

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    2. I agree that she does not need Jace nor another child. she cant take care of herself and thats a fact.\
      she is the same ole Jenelle and will never change.

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  8. Do any of you honestly think that Janelle is giving her puppy the proper training, socialization and attention it requires to make sure he grows into a well behaved dog? Really?? C'mon now.

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    1. AMEN! The hell did she get a pit bull for? Every story I've read about a child being attacked and killed by a dog, it was a pit bull. Even the lovable, wouldn't harm a fly, family pits can turn on a child. If she was for real about getting Jace back, then a pit bull wasn't the best choice in pet. I don't blame Barb, I wouldn't let Jace around a pit bull, puppy or not. One wrong tug of his fur and that dog could turn mean real quick.

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  9. It's the owner fault for a pit to be violent not the pit. I've been raised any pits and owned them. My pits always protected my kids and would never hurt my kids. Jenelle mom is just making an excuse but I don't believe u would go so low to bash a pit!!

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    1. She wasn't bashing pits! She was more-so bashing dumb a@@ owners who cannot provide pits with enough love and attention! I can honestly see Janelle not treating or training the dog like she should. Just because you have such a great pit does not mean all pits behave the same way. I have fostered many pits and can tell you that they are ALL different.

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  10. I agree with all of you about pits being great dogs, BUT I have seen first hand the damage a pit is capable of it it gets into a fight, which is why pits must have responsible owners. I think we all know that Jenelle is not anywhere near responsible enough to own such a powerful dog. As much as I love the breed, I would never let my child around one if she was the owner.

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  11. I think this is just another lie. Jenelle is obviously rarely honest about anything and takes no accountability for the laundry list of problems in her life. If her mom is truly keeping Jace from going to see her because of the dog (which is really probably because Jenelle obviously still smokes weed constantly and is mentally unstable), then why wouldn't she give the dog away or send it somewhere else while Jace is there? This puppy is really more important than her son? Her excuses just make no sense. For being a pathological liar she's pretty bad at it.

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  12. This is just another "POOR ME" moment from Jenelle. If there was ever an instance of a dog coming between me and my CHILD I would find the dog another home! Sure I would miss the dog but not as much as I could ever miss my SON!

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  13. Love how everyone has to always find something to get up in arms about. Something to argue about. The original poster was only stating their opinion on pitbulls based on their own personal experience. Even saying that they LOVE PITBULLS. How dare you call them ignorant. It is those who only find their own points to hold any validity that are ignorant.

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    1. Finally ... someone who speaks with some sense! Thank you! I swear, some people get too worked up.

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    2. Unbelievably well said. I couldn't agree more.

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  14. I don't agree with the pit thing. The only time my pit is dangerous is when you get to close to my child. I've been bit by 3 dogs in my life and they were all tiny dogs. Never a pit or the other breeds that get bad stereotypes. I will only ever own a pit! But I do agree janell probably isn't raising her dog right. I don't blame her mother.

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  15. Any dog, any breed, no matter how well it is raised can bite. I got Sydney from the pound in 2003, German Shepard Beagle mix. The sweetest, calmest dog I have ever met. He was my baby. I used to take him with me to baby sit my best friends twin boys when they were 1-2 years old and they would climb all over him and stuff and he was so good with them. My husband and I had our first daughter Isobel in 2009. She was Sydney’s baby. He’d follow her where ever she was in the house, laid next to her when she played on the floor, used to put his head on her swing and rock her if she started fussing. When she got mobile and started pulling hair and whacking him with the toys he’d mostly run and jump on our bed but as long as she was being nice he’d let her pet him and give her kisses etc. Now looking back we had two possible warning signs. Isobel tripped and fell on top of Sydney when he was sleeping and he nipped her, didn’t break the skin or leave a mark and sulked and pouted like he knew he had done something bad. I didn’t blame him or punish him; I thought it was an accident, he was asleep she accidently hurt and scared him and he nipped in response. 6 months later he nipped her hand. When I asked she admitted she hit the puppy, she was 2 ½ and as much as we tried to teach her to be gentle she often was not, I don’t know exactly what happened because I accidently fell asleep sitting up on the couch thanks to my youngest daughter being a 2 week old newborn with acid reflux (before we figured that out and got her on medicine) and not sleeping for more than 30 minutes at a time around the clock. Again no mark or anything and he sulked and pouted, I put him in the kennel for awhile and told my daughter to not hit the dog and did my best to watch them together more carefully and teach her to leave the dog alone, I guess that taught her a lesson and we didn’t have another nipping incident. He was never aggressive, never showed his teeth or growled at us or either of my kids or any other kids he had been around and didn’t have any problems with our other dog or my parents 3 dogs. I thought it was nothing but a warning nip saying “I’ve had enough, leave me alone”, I never thought he’d really bite or hurt one of my kids. Then on Christmas 2011 he bit my daughter almost 3 year old in the face requiring 7 stitches for no apparent reason. She walked by him where he was laying on the couch with his bone to go play with her new toys at the other end of the couch. I don’t know why. She didn’t touch him or anything. I don’t know maybe he was sick or just getting old (he was 9) or was starting to get arthritis or something, I still to this day do not understand why. He was always such calm, sweet, loved, socialized and well trained dog. Maybe I should have taken the nip to the hand more seriously but everyone I had talked to when it happened didn’t think it was anything serious either. It broke my heart but I ended up having to put him down. After that I couldn’t keep him. He was extremely attached to me, a one person dog and had really bad separation anxiety to point¬ where he wouldn’t eat when I visited my friend out of town when I still lived with my parents and he tried to eat through the front door when I left him home alone to take my parents to the airport when we moved from NY to NC where my husband was stationed. Even if he wasn’t that way we did not having anyone who could take him that didn’t have kids around. I’m not some heartless bastard, I balled my eyes out for days, I loved my dog, I have his ashes, his collar and a picture from the day I first got him on my headboard shelf thing and his dog tag on my key ring but I didn’t have any other choice. If Sydney had been a pit bull it could have been a whole hell of a lot worse simply because of their jaw strength and biting power. I would never have a pit bull around small children because no matter what you do they can still bite and impossible to watch them 100% of the time. If a pit bites it’s going to be bad.

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  16. Thank you to the people who have sense and understand what I mean lol

    PS: It's funny that the pit bull thing was only a small part of the update but that is all anyone commented on haha

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    1. My brother and his family owned a golden retriever for a good 11-12 years. He was a sweet dog, barely barked at people, playful, all around loving family pet. But when my niece was six years old she thought she would try and hold him up by his front paws to dance with him and hsi response was to bite her in the face. He tore a chuck of her face off. she had a lot fo stitices and nerve damage. Thankfully, within' time the dange was repaird and she is now left with jsut a small scar. Point is.. he was a lving pet, bite a kid once and caused that much damaged and never did it again. But he still caused harmt oa child. As a pet owner you never knwo what can happen to cause your pet to attck a child or adult.

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  17. Wah wah wah, pit bull persecution! I've seen lovable pits who afraid of their own bark and I've been personally bitten in the face by my family's cocker spaniel and in the leg by my friend's ill-mannered chiuaua. I've also seen pits rough house and bite smaller dogs at the dog park and bite small kids while having no grasp of their own strength. Temperment problems come with any breed, it's all about who is big enough to do the most damage.

    I also love the profanity used by some of the folks who are calling the author ignorant. THAT really helps your cause, guys.

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  18. What's with calling this woman such filthy names? Wow you guys have not one classy bone in ur pathedic bodies? I'm suprised ur dogs don't attack everyone because their owners most curtainly do. You don't agree with her that's fine don't comment move on with ur life. God! And I have know someone with a pitty that was very gentle they also had a two year old daughter was always great with her. One day the pitty just snapped and tore they. Two year old to pieces. So before all YOU ignornt people start calling this woman such nasty names maybe u should open ur damn eyes and realize that yes a pitty can just snapp one day but that's not just for pittys that's for any dogg. My chocolate lab had one fight with another dog had the taste of blood and that was it u could even get near him he wanted the taste of blood again.

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    1. Ignorant people just don't want to see or accept the truth. Pretty sad if you ask me.

      I agree with what you say that an nice, loving dog (any breed) can just snap. I also appreciate you sticking up for the author of this article. She does not deserve to be called the names she has, especially when it comes to something like a difference of opinion.

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    2. I agree with that. People are very defensive of pits especially where I live because they are used as fighting dogs. Its so sad. But people need to understand that these dogs were bred to be strong. They are still animals and you should never leave a child alone with an animal. And just like people they could always go crazy out of no where.

      Don't worry about the horrible comments. I'm used to the idiot people that freak out over things that have nothing to do with anything lol

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  19. I think this post just goes to show that people CAN'T read, if they could then they obviously would have read the whole thing and could see that the writer of this post has a valid reason about the dog situation and it has nothing to do with the dog breed. that being said, we all know all puppies are playful and can be rough, the point. second, I agree that it's funny that the post was not about the pit and that's all people are talking about, maybe that's why pits end up with a bad reputation...people can't help but make the topic of them into an argument.
    janelle is trash and I agree with the post that it's entirely possible the dog is the excuse and babs doesn't want jace around the trial wreck that is jenelle.

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  20. LETS FACE IT,JENELLE HAS SOME MENTAL ISSUES,NOTHINT WRONG WITH THAT,BUT I DONT THINK SHE IS TAKING CARE OF HERSELF. SHE AIRS ALL HER DRAMA ON HERE. SHE NEEDS TO TAKE CARE OF HERSELF BEFORE SHE RAISES A DOG,CHILD,ETC.I FOR 1 AM SO SIC OF HER PITTY PARTY. SHE DONT DESERVE TO BE A MOM,THANK GOD FOR HER MOTHER.UNTIL SHE CLEANS HER ACT UP,I HAVE NOTHING NICE TOO SAY ABOUT HER. AN JENELLE IF YOU SEE THIS,GROW UP,STAY AWAY FROM KIFFER. HE SOLD YOU OUT,WTF ?BE A MOM ,CHOOSE YOUR SON,BEFORE ITS TOO LATE.

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  21. Let me just say to end this debate/commenting spree... I don't care what people think of me when I say this. Pitbulls are a nasty aggressive breed. I will NEVER allow them around my kids. Has no one heard of a poor six month old BOY who will never have kids of his own, never feel normal, and will have to have hormone therapy for life because a PITBULL bit off his testicles?!

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    1. That was obviously ONE incident. One pit bull. Would ONE well behaved pit bull make you think all of them are well behaved? Clearly not, because you already made your judgments. What do you think it teaches a child to hate an entire breed for the actions of a few? Telling your children to avoid pit bulls just because they're pit bulls? Hmm... Sounds like the premise of racism to me!

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    2. I would tell my child to avoid pit bulls... Because you have no idea if that pit has a responsible owner or not. If they are not cared for properly and trained then they are naturally that mean and violent most of the time. it's not just one incident that makes people afraid of them. I would tell him not to go up to a dog just like I would tell him to not go up to a stranger. You never know.

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  22. Good god. She is saying its not the pit bull that is the problem, it is Jenelle raising the pit bull that would be the problem. Yes yes, I am sure all of your pitbulls are wonderful calm animals, and thats all great for you, because it means you have raised your dog the way it should be raised, and it is very lucky for it. I too don't believe that Jenelle is capable of raising a dog like that to be completely trustworthy. Dogs are a lot of hard work. I don't know if Jenelle is prepared to put in the hard work for the dog.

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  23. While i agree pitts can be calm, sweet and gentle i have also seen a loving family pit who had never harmed a person or child in hisi life viciously attack my sister in law when she knocked on our friends door. the dog had no reason for attacking her and the damage he did was severe and will leave her permanantly scarred on her arms, neck and leg.
    the point is that pitts are dangerous when they become violent. if they lock their jaws on a young child it could be deadly. Its smart to keep young children away from the potential danger a pit can cause.

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  24. Why did she even get a NEW puppy in the first place? What happened to her German Shepard and the other dog she got right after?

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  25. I'm pretty sure the dog would be the least of my concerns if I was her mother. I'm not buying this story. The mom has always not wanted Jace around her and for good reason. However, I think the mom is just as mental quite frankly. I feel very sorry for this little boy and wish there was a choice C he could go live with. As for the dog, I've had a lot of dogs in my life and around my kids...I have never had a problem with pit bulls being any more aggressive than any other dog. In fact, our dalmation was the most hyper and knocked the kids over the most. People just need to raise and train a dog properly around kids.

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  26. Both Leah and Jace should have been put up for adoption.

    Poor kids.

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  27. It doesn't matter its a pit, it matters that Jenelle owns it... Wish there was dog protective services to get that pup out of there! Oh, and Jenelle and Keiffer need to be banned from all social media. They obviously like the attention of f*cking up thier lives.

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  28. It's obvious to me that some people didn't read exactly what was said. The author obviously stated that she has NOTHING AGAINST PITBULLS!! Just that they are a strong dog & Todlers are wobbly & weak. Let's face it. this is true. I wouldn't want my Toddler around any kind of large breed dog simple because of the fact that they are stronger then our little ones! And I am a huge Dog lover! And I love pitbulls! It takes ALOT of TRAINING to make your pitbull a gentel animal!

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  29. Pits don't need training to be gentle. My pit has never been trained and is the best dog you will ever meet around kids. He follows my one year old cousin around and is super gentle with her they even nap together. He has never bitten anyone or anything. It is all in how they are raised and my pit was raised to be gentle. So, next time anyone wants to say pits are mean just remember that its all in how they were raised.

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  30. Oh shut up Jenelle You shouldnt even get your son. you do not deserve him.

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  31. you ought to be ashame of yourself. you and your mother also. always screaming and hollering and using the F--- word all the time. no wonder thats all he says. thats all he hears. I feel so sorry for that little boy. i just cry when I see him. he so innocent and sweet and sure as hell doesnt deserve to be in the hell he is in. I cant believe he is still with your mother. and not you for sure.

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