Why Do Pit Bulls Attack?

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Pit bulls attack for many different reasons. There are many who believe they attack because they are trained to attack. Some say they attack because they 'turn' on their owners.
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All dogs have a natural sense to protect you do not need to train them to attack. These dogs especially can be hard to handle if trained improperly. If you do not want your dog to
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1. Assess the situation before sticking your hands in the middle of two dogs fighting. That said, timing is important and you should intervene as quickly as possible. A water hose
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Mine regularly tries to tackle guests and cover them with sloppy dog kisses. She once also trapped the UPS guy in the front yard and wouldn't let him leave until he threw the ball
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As pit bulls tend to be a very aggressive dog breed, the first documented pit bull attack is difficult to locate. The breed has existed as early as the 19th century and that is likely
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