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Peoples views on training a Pitbull for protection

Discussion in 'Sports & Activities' started by Pitbull2010, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. B.I.S.

    Walked once with one of my dogs was atacked by a few thugs and the always friendly dog took one down badly, good dog, the rest of the thugs took a run. Walked with two dogs, one a bull terriër one a pit, two drunks try to kick one, oh oh ... Good dogs,welcome on a stroll in the meanstreets. They have superb instincts, knowing wrong from right.
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  2. par71

    par71 Pup

    Ty sir
  3. par71

    par71 Pup

    I agree most pit bulls don’t have the genetics to be ppd dogs the one I did who I have videos of ignoring gun fire passing his psa courage test wouldn’t hurt a human he is the dog in the photos above. My DS is a daughter of Tommy pegge she will bite but I’m blessed she is also social af.
  4. par71

    par71 Pup

    I have a mal a ds and a Corso in the house if they make it past the first layer I have a beneli with OO defense rounds I’ve have a interesting life I need to sleep lolol
  5. par71

    par71 Pup

    Ty sir you take care as well. I love having land and working my dogs on it.
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  6. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. B.I.S.

    I believe you enjoy it to the fullest ! Keep up the good work.
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  7. par71

    par71 Pup

  8. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    I have never really had a problem with pit bulls doing bite work or man work. Mostly because the two groups seldom if ever breed to each other.

    I had a friend who had a 3/4 Red Boy dog, with two CH brothers and a 2XW sister, but was used to influx drive and energy into his weight pulling Staffordshire Terriers.

    One of the better man dogs I have ever seen (not tons of experience but quite a bit) was a 40lb in bred Snooty dog.

    Both of these two dogs are the down from and their siblings are the foundation dogs of the dogs I have owned for what seems like forever.

    With that said I would never go breed to one of those dogs even though I am a big fan of the pedigree. I feel like learned traits can be passed down just like inherited traits. I may be wrong but it is one of the chances I would not take.

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  9. Dan G

    Dan G Pup

    I have a problem with certain people training these dogs in PP work, but not the breed. I've done it and been really happy with the results. I had one prove himself by preventing a burglary at my house. APBT's are smart, high drive, mentally strong, and extremely devoted to their people and task. With that said, you better know how to read these dogs. No different than having a gun on your hip, with great power comes great responsibility.
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  10. tomjones2

    tomjones2 Pup

    G17 is the my second line of defense. Dogs are the first to notify and hopefully buy me some time to respond...
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  11. Michele can you do the bugs bunny challenge and send me a picture

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