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Hello, everyone!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by dellabella, Jan 4, 2022.

  1. Hello!

    It is nice to be a part of a dog owner community and this is my first time.

    I have grown up with dogs my whole life, specifically pitbulls. They are the only breed that I've been raised with. When I was younger, I had two male pitbulls. One was named Kyro and the second was named Judah. They both had a pretty blue coat. After they passed away, my family and I got two new pitbulls. One is a female named Della and a male named Cooper. Dell has pretty blue fur as well, and Cooper is tan.

    Cooper is quite ecstatic and overexcited about people and the outside world. It is difficult to get him out of the house because he is so difficult to walk. He pulls and cancels you out because he is so focused on sniffing everything and whatever person or dog comes across his path. We don't want to keep him cooped up, despite having a big backyard. Do any of you have advice? :) It'd be much appreciated. Thank you!
  2. San Siro

    San Siro Big Dog

    Get a flirtpole, springpole and slatmill and make it tired before walking outside public.
  3. Michele

    Michele CH Dog Super Moderator

  4. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Administrator

  5. ben brockton

    ben brockton CH Dog

    A can of four lokos 1/2 a zanex and see how it works.
    FrozenEli likes this.
  6. FrozenEli

    FrozenEli Premium Member Premium Member

    Pit Bull is two fucking words!
  7. chili

    chili Pup

    This is fantastic advice. An exercised dog is a better behaved dog.

    Be patient and keep working with your dog. Encourage his good behavior on the walk and avoid situations that push him beyond his threshold.

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