Little Boy Rides Well-Behaved Pit Bull in TikTok Video, Mzansi Worried: “It’s Not a Dog but a Wild Animal”

Little Boy Rides Well-Behaved Pit Bull in TikTok Video, Mzansi Worried: “It’s Not a Dog but a Wild Animal”

  • A little boy riding his pit bull had Mzansi worried sick for his safety because of the breed's unpredictable behaviour
  • The boy's dad shared the TikTok video to show how well-behaved their pet is and said the family loves him
  • A lot of social media users warned the father that the dog breed is wild and they shouldn't be risking their children's lives

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Boy plays with pit bull
A little boy plays with his pet pit bull. Image: @maziyapitbull/TikTok
Source: UGC

Pit bull owners in the country are trying to dispel the negative stigma attached to the breed following the public's outcry to have them banned.

A loving father and pit bull owner took to TikTok to post a video that captures the gentleness of one of his pit bulls. His son played with the dog and even hitched a short ride on the treasured family pet. He said:

"Hi guys, this is our dogs. We really love them, and there is nothing wrong with our dogs. The problem is with the owners. They are part of our family; our kids really love them, and they are friendly to our kids

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He kept emphasising that there was nothing wrong with the breed but that cruel owners are responsible for pit bulls becoming ferocious.

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Other pit bull owners shared that they agree with @maziyapitbul and that they also have kind and predictable pit bulls.

But most people were not budging in the comments section, saying that, hopefully, the family won't one day regret not surrendering the dogs to the SPCA.

@keitu003 said:

"I am a dog instructor, and what I know is dogs like pit bulls, Rottweilers, and Boer bulls are UNPREDICTABLE!"

@reabokankhoesa2 wrote:

"They are friendly for your family but not for someone outside."

@user3361780488849 mentioned:

"There will come a day you will see it's not a dog but a wild animal, friendliness aside."

@thembima0 commented:

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"These are the most friendly dogs and are part of the family."

@maru_583 asked:

"How do you explain when it attacks its owner? Kindly make me understand."

@thulani_hh stated:

"These are our family members! The issue is irresponsible ownership."

@silverstunner posted:

"Unfortunately, these types of dogs do have mental episodes. Most start off nicely, but they have a mental breakdown."

@bamaka123 said:

"One day is one day."

Vero Taba said:

"Playing with fire next thing you come back crying, good luck."

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Briefly News reported that there is no denying that pit bulls are one of the most feared breeds of dogs in the world. So, when a man had one start chasing him, he was taking no chances.

While the negative stigma attached to the breed is slowly changing thanks to those who are now treating them with love and care, people are still hella weary.

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Hilary Sekgota (Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content) Hilary Sekgota is the Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content at Briefly News. She completed a BA in Communication Science from Unisa in 2018 and a Diploma in Journalism from Varsity College in 2010. She also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Hilary joined the Briefly News team in 2022 and started her journalism career at Tshwane Sun. She has 12 years of experience covering current affairs and human interest topics. Email: hilary.sekgota@briefly.co.za

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