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Old 08-28-2013, 06:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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How to stop my female pitbull from going after my neighbors dogs

I have a 7month old female who keeps going after my neighbors dog im not sure y she does it she has been good with staying in the yard untill a month ago I hate putting her on the chain instead of leting her play with my other dogs but I'm scared she will attack my neighbors dogs again plz help thank you

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Old 08-28-2013, 06:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I take it your yard is not fenced? In the best interest of your dog and those in the neighborhood it's best you keep her properly contained. Dog aggression is a common trait in "pit bull type" dogs. You can manage it with proper training but I wouldn't suggest ever letting her run loose off lead when there is a possibility of other dogs being present.
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Old 08-28-2013, 01:57 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I'd be more worried bout the chain being set up properly ... not worried about the dogs fighting cause thats what bulldogs do by nature. You as the owner need to manage her well to make sure she is NEVER loose outside of a fence enclosure. Stay away from dog parks obviously. You gotta really understand bulldogs before you can work with your dogs DA. Until then manage to keep her from interacting with dogs outside your home; Study long study long....
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Agreed with both above posts. Chains are not bad or cruel if they are set up properly. If you don't have a fenced in yard that's the best way to keep her contained. So many things could happen to her running loose, not just a dog fight. She could get hit by a car and killed or be stolen by a passer by. Best to keep the dog safe rather then be sorry later.



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Additionally , if you build a chain rig.make SURE it has a decent swivel set up , DO NOT use quicklinks they aren't reliable even if Loctited , DO NOT use harness snaps , use *cold shuts*. DO NOT use a Bull Snap to go to the collar , not EVER , u8nless you're going to set and watch the dog the entire time it's on the chain , Bull snaps will come open under the right pressures and the springs DO fail , usually at the most inopportune moment. DO use two rings on the collar end , rings can break , if there are two then if one fails there is another one still holding the collar.

DO NOT use the p*** and little ground screw anchors , go buy a used axle without bearings or lugs , many a junkyard has 'em on the " go to scrap pile" and they can be had for minimal costs.

Get a parting stick , learn how to use it , and it's *not* a " prying instrument"................if that pup actually gets on something you want to get it off as expediently as possible with the minimum amount of damge both ways , if it's on a cur breed dog *beware* of getting bitten by the other dog , if your dog gets a cat , good luck as you'll be dealing with teeth at one end and razor blades at all four corners.

Nothing wrong with ownership of a dog or intra-species aggressive dog ****as long as the dog is controlled and managed correctly****.

Be aware that if your dog gets into it with anything whatsoever then YOUR dog will be at fault in the eyes of the public and a.c. if it goes that far , even IF your dog is not at fault.

That is simply the current societal dynamic we all face.
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Old 08-28-2013, 04:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Old dog, I know what a quick link is, but I want to ask you about the cold shut. Im not familiar with the term. Is that the same as a clevis? Thanks for the info!
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All dogs should be properly contained No matter what breed. Too many people think a dog on a tether is a bad thing when all it does is keep all dogs safe. Well only when everyone follows the law and do not have their dogs off leash. Your pup might approach another dog and that dog might not want anything to do with them. Others should be able to walk down the street without running the risk of encountering off leash dogs. What if a dog entered your yard and something happens? The unleashed dog is ways at fault, yes sometimes even in their own yard really depends in where you live and the situations. You didn't wanna find out I'm sure! It's the responsibility of all owners to keep their dogs properly contained. Is why electric fences aren't the best idea. They MAY keep the dog in but won't keep anything else out. If a fence or kennel setup doesn't work chains are a necessity. Great posts above!!


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Old 08-28-2013, 08:00 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Great posts from everyone above! I as well do not have a fenced in yard. I have a very reactive dog and a DA dog also. When we first moved in and I was basically clueless we didn't keep them on leads or anything. Cain, at a young age was really good about staying by me. But as he got older, decided to start exploring more. Sheba has gotta accustomed to having property she could roam around with no other dogs around. She had a hard time readjusting to having to stay in a specific area. We use tie outs, that are secured close to the house so the dogs are still able to walk the entire front half of the property but can't wander off of it. There's nothing wrong with having the doggies out or chained. Mine still play and run on theirs. And we have so many loose dogs in my neighborhood doing this I at least know if something happened its not because MY dogs were out of their yard. It's because another came into MY yard.


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Old dog, I know what a quick link is, but I want to ask you about the cold shut. Im not familiar with the term. Is that the same as a clevis? Thanks for the info!

Bang the end through the eye , then peen it over...... and use stainless swivels , good rings ( not 1.25$ hardware store specials) and good collars ( Valhoma , Stillwater ,Tablerock , Pro 2, Bulldog Supply.....)

The difference between stainless swivels and the usual cast hardware store/ Home Depot /Lowes is significant weight and strength wise along with longevity factors , and the fact is that good hardware makes for more peace of mind , so the price differential is worth it at the front end , saves you money in the long run.

Buy your maintenance equipment too , chainrigs have to be maintained just like kennels runs do , if a dog gets off because you didn't change out a worn out swivel ( for example) , then when the " blame" time comes you'd best look in a mirror first for the source.

And I think it goes without saying ( but I'll say it anyway) that you never chain a dog close to something they can get over and hang themselves , not *ever*.....


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