reply to post by ignant
I had a pitbull and it was the best dog I've ever had but I had taken care of properly socializing him with both human and many strange dogs. By 3
months it could sit, lay, stay *not too long* in english/german/hand signal. But I past at least 2 hours a day training and playing with him.
Stupid owners like those parents get dogs for their physical appearance without knowing much about the breed and their tendencies...
Pitbulls were bread for fighting other dogs therefor they are prone to show dog aggression however this isn't normally a problem when the dog is
properly socialized and trained it'll behave as well as a labrador... However you can expect it to NOT let others dogs f*** with it, if another dog
attack him ***IT WILL NOT*** back dog.. Those dogs are gladiators when it comes to fight...
They are by far the most intelligent dog I had, it outsmarted the two labs I had by far...
This is not a dog problem this is a parent problem... YOU DO NOT leave a kid alone with an animal I don't care if its a dog, cat or hell even a
hamster... Hell btw why would you want to leave a kid that age alone anyways...
The video shows this dog to be very territorial aggressive this means the dog think "he's the boss" so it will behave as one and making its point
clear... Those are just posers that bought a mean looking dog to get attention didn't know about its genetic prepositions and didn't show the dog
who was the alpha.
If you are are a firm person that's looking for a very brave and loyal dog and you don't mind the extra task of keeping extra care when there's
other dogs around and properly socializing and training them they make GREAT dogs...
If you do not do the above you just chain the dog in the yard and feed it when you remember to you'll end up with a mean aggressive and very
territorial dog that's just looking for a reason to bite... Be it a pitbull, labrador or any dogs it'll result in the same...
Those the never had a pitbull and are still blinded by media influenced belief I strongly suggest you to go to verify the data at the American
Temperament Test Society they are an association of vets whom test dog temperament to see how they behave to establish how well "balanced" different
Here's a couple examples... Anything above 80% is a perfectly balanced dog suited for families as long as their breed specific cares are properly
Labrador Retriever 92.4%
American Pit Bull Terrier 86.4%
German Shepherd Dog 84.4%
Border Collie 81.2%