Re: Potentially dangerous dogs in cohousing
From: Nancy Csuti (
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2021 06:38:18 -0700 (PDT)
I just have to respond and ask you to read up on brews characteristics before 
making blanket statements about a breed. Pitbulls are not born aggressive. When 
my dad was a child (over a hundred years ago), they were called “nanny dogs” as 
their role was watching kids while parents worked in the fields. The belief 
that pitbulls are naturally aggressive and dangerous is incorrect. They can be 
bred to fight, as they often are. Please read the ASPCA and Humane Society 
descriptions of this breed before banning them. And remember, conspiracy 
theories apply to animals as well as vaccines. 

Nancy in Colorado. 

> On Oct 10, 2021, at 19:20, Dean smith via Cohousing-L <cohousing-l [at] 
>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> At Sunnyside village cohousing we’re discussing the admission of potentially 
> dangerous dogs into the community (we are a forming community and no one, 
> including pets, are in residence yet).  Specifically, Pit Bulls, which are 
> bred for destructive aggression. We’re wondering if other communities have 
> policies about dogs (viscous or otherwise). If your community has eliminated 
> dogs, we’d like to know the reasons for that, too.
> Dean Smith
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