American Pit Bull Terrier Training: How to Train an Aggressive Dog

American Pit Bull Terrier Training: How to Train an Aggressive Dog

Aggressive pit bulls can become a very serious problem if not treated appropriately. There are new laws that say if a dog bites or attacks someone, the owner of the dog will be held responsible and the dog will be destroyed. This is yet another reason why Pit Bull owners must invest time and energy into properly training their dogs.

There are many different reasons why a pit bull terrier can become aggressive. Here are a few of the most common ones I see:

– Your dog may feel that his territory is being invaded

– Your dog may feel threatened

When a dog shows signs of aggression, they usually come from a lack of confidence and feelings of insecurity. Basic obedience training will not solve your pit bull’s aggressive behavior problem, the only solution is serious dog training. Be aware that an aggressive dog not only bites, but also barks and lunges at people, and may attack another pet.

I would highly recommend seeking the services of a professional dog trainer if you have a real aggression problem. Training an aggressive dog is challenging and can be expensive, but that’s a small price to pay when you consider you’ll be saving your Pit’s life and possibly the life of another animal or individual. To find a professional trainer who deals with aggression cases, contact your local veterinarian and ask for referrals.

Make sure you do your homework and carefully research the schools being recommended. Take a look at their facilities and learn what methods they use to train dogs. The last thing you want is for your pit bull to exhibit worse behavior after going through training school than when he first entered.

I applaud your decision to be a responsible pit bull terrier owner and have your dog trained. An aggressive Pete can destroy the relationship you have with him, hurt other people, hurt other animals and give this great breed a bad name. After all is said and done, I’m sure you’ll agree that training your Pit Bull was a fantastic decision!

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