Can pitbull dogs be aggressive and dangerous even though they are well tamed and grown up in the right environment?

Dog breeds have certain breed/characterization properties.Kees Honden (so also the fluffy dwarf Kees) are bred as a watchdog, and they are very blaffy. Hunting dogs can be difficult to loosen because of their hunting instinct.

Pitbull dogs are long bred on their dog tolerance.They also leave them hard once they have stuck again. This has nothing to do with socialization or the ‘ drillarts ‘ of the owner; It’s in it or not. As pups are still open, people think their pit is an exception. Once mature they lose it ‘ everyone is so much fun! ‘ what they had as a puppy, and depending on how ‘ strong ‘ it still sits in their genes,

  • Can they not stand dogs, and whether a dog does something or not, when they come close, ‘ hap ‘,
  • They have a short cube, and they do not lure it out, but they go with all the love,
  • If they have a cube, but the other dog has to provoking a lot,
  • Do not captivate other dogs and they are ignored,
  • They like other dogs, and continue to play with them despite being mature.

In advance, however, you do not know how their genes are.Most people I know with a pitbull or other ‘ HR dog ‘ therefore learn to ignore their dog from childhood to other dogs. Also have quite a few always a breackstick in pocket. For the ‘ mafkees ‘ who are not a listening dog in a residential area. A pit bull has strong jaws and holds tight (which also makes a bad ending for the other dog), and such a stick opens the jaw. Is their dog aggressive or uneducated? No. Generally, almost all breeds have that as soon as they mature other dogs become less interesting or fun, and from childhood to ignore makes it easier in later age. A pitbull, however, not only has that he finds other dogs no longer interesting, but that he can still have very little of them, actually a kind of ‘ dislike ‘ to other dogs. Except often a few dogs that they really grew up with, which are part of their pack. But even then one day you can come home in a massacre if you do not keep them separate (a staff member who now makes a strong stand for the breed; that you love the breed AMONG OTHERS because of their raseities, and that you should not think , “That never happens to me!”. She had to let one of the dogs sleep.

People find it difficult sometimes it seems to accept that character trait.But you choose a breed because their character appeals to you, not because of their sturdy or sweet koppie.

So complain that your husky is joelt, your Labrador plunges every pee, your dwarf keesje so barks, or your border collie keeps your group of friends together like a bunch of sheep, your beagle chasing his nose behind the horizon disappears, your pitbull/Stafford not with other Dogs can: Why complain about it if you could have know it XD of course you can work around it a bit, as you learn to ignore Pitbull’s other dogs.Choose a dog that, despite their ‘ worst ‘ qualities, is still appealing to you, and where you can anticipate those ‘ worst ‘ traits without it. NOT because of their sturdy head, or blue eyes, or fluffy or merle vaece. Dogs are much more than their appearance.

I have a Chinese nude dog.Very affectionate and opinionated. Separation anxiety was a lot of chance, and yes, I can’t leave her alone for long. If I had been 5 days in the week of 8 to 6 from home, I had not started the breed either, because it knew that because of the character traits it was thick that it would have a separation anxiety. She can go to my work, and is at most one to two hours only a week if I have to do groceries.

Because of fear (several times overflowed) it is not a super sweetheart on the line.And sometimes also loose. So I always walk on a leash with her, and cross a street if someone with a dog meets us. So I actually treat her as an ‘ HR dog ‘, she doesn’t get in touch with strange dogs. But my dog doesn’t mind, just fine, and I don’t mind it either. A pitbull or HR dog is also not pathetic if he can never play with other dogs; He has you as owner, and no need for anything/anyone else at all. Beautiful yet! < 3

Not without decent reason no.

Our pit bull just has the pubbing on it, because of this, ie got a very heavy bark, which makes it look like a sort of crash mode, while he only wants to play.However, a third party can react anxiously to this, where our dog can react strangely again; This is why we learn his heavy bark/heavy playful growl right away, because not everyone knows that he does not mean anything.

Sin that these doggies are bred so that they happen to be monsters while they themselves have no clue as to why they are being watched as monsters.

Each dog can be in principle dangerous and aggressive, they are and remain animals, even if they are well trained and educated.The difference is that a smaller dog can usually cause less physical damage than a large one. In both cases, it is the responsibility of the boss to ensure that no unsafe situations can arise.

A dog doesn’t tame you.It is a domesticated species so taming is not necessary. What is needed is socialization. That is to say, you let a dog from an early age with the most diverse business knowledge and teach him in a friendly and clear way how to respond to those things as you wish. This requires exercise and passes the whole life of the dog.

This applies to ALL races, and not only to pit bulls or other HR dogs.

Although pit bulls have a predisposition to fighting (they are originally bred) they will not just attack everything and everyone.They are often hondintolerant (something that is often developed only in or after puberty) but are extremely human-friendly and human-minded. You cannot learn the hunger tolerance. However, you can teach them to ignore other dogs. If that yields them sufficiently (reward) then they do much rather than fall to that other dog.

Because these animals have so much strength, they must be taught from an early age that physical enforcement of something is not an option. And here is often a lot of mistake.After all, many people feed their dog with “punishing” unwanted behavior instead of “positive training” on desired behavior.

When these dogs are not accompanied in the right way, even if the intentions of the boss are good, as the dog grows up, big problems can arise.After all, he is extremely strong, does not frightened back and does not eliminate the struggle (whether physically or mentally).

I always try to explain it so: a chainsaw is in the hands of the right person a useful and useful tool, but in the hands of an unmindful or uncautious person it is a potential murder weapon.
And so is it with pit bulls and other high risk dogs as well.

These animals are therefore not aggressively aggressive, but can be made easy with improper accompaniment.

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