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Old 08-08-2019, 07:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Aggression while walking on lead

Hi guys. My 6 month old Pitbull who was well socialized from a young age with other dogs and people now gets aggressive whenever I'm walking him on the lead and he sees or hears another dog. My real problem is his aggression turns to me from holding back from his target and he gets pretty violent. How do I deal with this. I'm reluctant to walking him

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Old 08-09-2019, 01:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Your best bet is going to be to seek out a professional trainer, preferably one who specializes in bull breeds. Dog aggression is genetic and while it can't be trained out, you can train the dog to leave it and ignore.
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Hi. I agree with the previous advice about working with someone experience with bull breeds. My dog appeared very aggressive on leash but for him it was some pretty severe frustration with leash restraint. Whether you have actual aggression or a problem similar to mine, someone who understands the drives you are dealing with, the range of genetic variation in bull breed dogs and how to harness those is a good bet. I ended up skyping with a guy named Jay Jack out of Portland, Maine even though I am out in Colorado. His company is Next Level Dogs if you want to seek him out.
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Probably you won't be able to handle it without professional help.
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And I would say that there are a lot of useful videos on YouTube, maybe there you will find the answer
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Old 09-12-2019, 01:29 PM   #6 (permalink)
 
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all the above are good advises. I would only add that when you are walking with him, you should remain calm, cool, not nervous at all, if you fall into those mind states your dog will sense it and it might trigger his behavior. Not only the dog needs training, we do also needs to be trained
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