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Old 06-21-2018, 12:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Is my dog part pit?

I'm looking for advice. I just adopted her from the animal shelter and she was labelled hound and boxer mix. My parents had a bad experience with a pit and is traumitaized by it. A family member was mauled. I'm not bias towards the breed but due to bring up painful memories I would not like to bring her around.
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That dog is definitely NOT an American Pit Bull Terrier and I would bet that the dog your parents had a bad experience with wasn't either. It is a mixed breed dog but that is no guarantee that it is not going to maul somebody. I see no boxer in it either.
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What Joe said - but I can see some boxer if you look beyond the longer muzzle the face looks boxeresque possibly. Regardless there's no way to know.
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Old 06-21-2018, 02:55 PM   #4 (permalink)
 

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The way you raise your puppy will have a big affect on its nature. Socialize it to be comfortable and happy around people and to share loving bonds with your family members in particular, especially the ones who will share a house. Teach it a sense of responsibility and membership of your family. There is a lot of advice out there on how to train your dog and raise it to be less aggressive. Learn and apply as much as you can. Taking a proactive approach in the care, upbringing, and training of your puppy is a crucial element to raising a well behaved dog, and demonstrating and including your parents on the plan and effort could help make them more comfortable that the puppy situation is under control and you are following all of the steps recommended by experts to make sure your puppy is a safe and well behaved dog. Make sure the puppy feels included and loved and that will communicate a strong foundation for its training.
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