HELP HELP HELP: To neuter or not to neuter?!?

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Re: HELP HELP HELP: To neuter or not to neuter?!?

Postby Bullseye » Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:56 am

Not really as a matter of fact it's likely the puppy will copy the other dog when they see that they're getting rewards, just be warned about fights breaking out, they are brave dogs & will not back down from a challenge, so just be warned about if he's around unstable dogs, even if they're ones he live with, I personally wouldn't chance it unless you're going to keep them seperate most of the time, Staffs & Pit Bulls are brilliant people dogs, but very often not good with other dogs, no matter how much they're socialised, Bullseye (SBT) is ok with other dogs as long as they don't come near him, by that I mean he's doesn't snap & yap at the end of the lead but they get too close he will want to fight with them, if you get a bitch he will probably be ok, you'll just have to keep him separate when the bitch comes into heat for obvious reasons lol....

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Re: HELP HELP HELP: To neuter or not to neuter?!?

Postby Gunnar » Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:27 pm

We've decided to wait until he's fully trained :) sometimes you just want to bring all of them home...

Update: He's doing much better with his training! We've been going somewhere new four or five times a week, like Home Depot or Wal Mart, to get him accustomed to crowds and loud noises. He's doing great...thankfully he has a very distinctive face that he gets when he has to go to the bathroom so many an accident has been avoided! He still struggles with distractions around other dogs, though...

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Re: HELP HELP HELP: To neuter or not to neuter?!?

Postby Bullseye » Mon Aug 14, 2017 11:39 am

He'll get used to it eventually, just try not to force it.. take you time :)

Thanks for the updates.


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