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Old 07-07-2008, 11:33 PM
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I have Pittbull/Australian Cattle Dog Mix and hes gonna be 3 on January 22nd. My brother recently got a Pittbull pup and my dog wont have anything to do with her. Whether it be in the house or out in the yard. His hair goes up and he attacks her. What do I do about it? I dont want to get rid of him. I mean what if the aggression is only starting with the other dogs, and next moves to people. I dont want to have to worry about my girlfriends special needs kids because hes getting itchy and aggressive.
the first step you need to take is gettin your dog neutered Male dogs especially "suffer" from a surge of testosterone when they reach the age of six months. This can lead to not only aggression against other dogs, but also aggression towards human!
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Old 07-08-2008, 12:57 AM
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You're kidding, right? I agree with getting dogs neutered if they're not to be used in the show ring or someone's breeding program, but the presence of testicles leading to human aggression? Sorry, no. Bad genetics and lack of training/socialization cause human aggression, not a dog being intact. If that were the case, you'd think the most dangerous place to be would be at a dog show, where most of the dogs have all their parts. But the truth is that showdogs are some of the most pleasant to be around, because someone took some care with their breeding, and they've been socialized and trained from a young age.

Unfortunately, ACDs have a reputation for being bitey towards people. And APBTs have a reputation for being dog-aggressive. You've got a combination of both breeds, so its not unusual that there is a combination of both kinds of aggression.
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Old 07-08-2008, 01:45 AM
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the first step you need to take is gettin your dog neutered Male dogs especially "suffer" from a surge of testosterone when they reach the age of six months. This can lead to not only aggression against other dogs, but also aggression towards human!
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That has to be the most uneducated and laughable statement that I have read in a very long time. Good grief......

OMG, I just clicked on the link that pitbull33 has, hey folks did ya know that muzzles and choke chains are the solution??? I never read any further, it bored me and sleep is calling, so it really would be a waste of time.
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Old 07-08-2008, 06:46 AM
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adojrts, I think a muzzle is a perfect way to control dog aggression! A few lashes with the stave is also paramount to controlling your dog.
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Old 07-08-2008, 09:15 AM
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Dan, agreed but unless I read it wrong (which I could have as it was very late), the site stated that all dogs should be muzzled.

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I stand corrected, re-read site, it doesn't state that all dogs should be muzzled. Guess I shouldn't read or make comments in the wee hours of the morning lol.

But I still believe that the its a joke that all male dogs are aggressive and it does say that on the site.
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Old 07-08-2008, 04:56 PM
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The OP wrote this over two weeks ago....
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Actually, i've decided to try and find him a nice loving home where hes the only dog and he has children to play with. I believe its the best thing for him.
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