How to Make a Pitbull Aggressive?

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In order to make a pit bull aggressive, you'll need to show him or her how to fight. You also will need to man handle the dog and teach him or her to attack other animals and people. However, teaching your pet to be aggressive is an awful thing to do and it makes the dog suffer.
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No dog should be 'made aggressive' as this involves mistreating them! A dog that is properly socialized and handled will not only be much more pleasant to live with, but will offer
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It may have been out of the blue to you but hope I that your father gave much thought to his decision to purchase an American Pit Bull Terrier and it was based on a clear understanding
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1. Study the pitbull's facial expressions to understand its muscle work. Study your model. If you have a pet pitbull, watch it. Study its movements, and the way its joints and muscles
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you dont need to do that. Pitbulls are very smart and will know when they need to be agressive. pitbulls are better taught not to bite persons outside your home. This can be achieved
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Please don't attempt to make your pitbull aggressive. These dogs have a bad enough reputation without adding to the mix by deliberately making your dog mean.
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