We take them outside on their leashes and they growl and bark at each other…

We take them outside on their leashes and they growl and bark at each other like they want to rip each other’s necks off, no exaggeration.

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Katie Newell
4 years ago

No. Just no to the “pits are prone to dog aggression” statement. Pitties are not prone to aggressive behavior at all. They have been forced into it by abusive jerks and people have jumped on the pits are aggressive bandwagon despite all the evidence to prove that they are just dogs, the same as any other breed. There are a few bad apples in every group caused by irresponsible breeding but as a whole, pitties are loving, wonderful dogs that do great with other animals and kids and just about anything you put in front of them.

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4 years ago

also, be aware you can’t force this. you may not be able to get them to cohabitate nicely. if you cannot, the best solution is to gate them away from each other. pits are prone to dog aggression, so this is NOT uncommon. just make sure you keep the little safe from the big, and keep them separated until a behaviorist can be brought in.