How to Make a Great Pit Bull out of a Pit Bull Puppy.
Wonderful article. I couldn’t agree more. I have three pit bulls, all rescued at a young age. They are all happy outgoing friendly dogs that love to work and play. They were all socialized early, in lots of classes, brought everywhere and we do agility, rally, nosework, and water sports. They love it all and are good ambassadors for their breed.
If you want a good dog you have to be a good, responsible owner.
Just what the breed needs, Lil – thanks for being a great guardian for them.
Have you ever thought about including a little bit more than just your articles?
I mean, what you say is important and everything. However imagine
if you added some great photos or video clips to give your posts more, “pop”!
Your content is excellent but with pics and clips,
this blog could certainly be one of the most beneficial
in its field. Excellent blog!
Thank you. Yes, I would love to do that, but honestly, I rarely have time to edit photos any more. At some point, when I’m not as busy, you may see more. I very much appreciate that you like the content, however, and hope you will follow, despite the lack of “bling.”
This is my very first pit bull she is already starting to bite like way to much and its sharp but she doesn’t mean to hurt me she’s 8 weeks old I’m having lots of questions can u please help give me good advice on how to train a pitbull that won’t bite people
It’s critical to get your puppy in to a positive puppy class, preferably before she’s 12 weeks old. Playing with other puppies helps dogs develop “acquired bite inhibition” – also there’s a lot you can do. See the Puppy Education section of PPG’s web site: http://petprofessionalguild.com/PuppyTrainingResources. If you scroll down that page, there’s a Puppy Nipping Guide. You can use PPG’s listings to find a trainer near you. Or, find one through the Academy for Dog Trainers or Karen Pryor Academy.
Another great resource for Pit owners: http://www.yourpitbullandyou.com/
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