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Old 03-09-2010, 09:17 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Actually, this technique works(the picking them up) I was at a Service dog trial, and out in a field emptying my dog out. My dog was on a leash doing her business. It was my Flame dog(45 pounds). A Malinois cam around the corner of a barn offleash getting ready to charge her, in play maybe. The owner did not have clue how to get her dog back to her. Before anything could happen, I grabbed Flmae up into the air and held her there until the Malinois owner got her dog. If I would of not done this...Flame would of bit that dog rushing at her, and I would of been punished as the APBT owner.

I was not worried about my dog biting me, as she would not, (unlike many breeds APBTs can keep a clear head in a fight, and are less likely to accidentally or in a frenzy latch onto the owner). If I would of not done this, even if I would of downed my dog, or made her sit, that dog would of pounced on her, and I knew what would happen to that other dog. This may not be practical with a large apbt, but your average size pitbull should be able to be lifted in the air by their owner.

I hope I explained this correctly. I personally feel that any measure should be taken to prevent a possible dog accident , especially at a public event. Nothing looks worse to owners of other breeds than when a pit bull bites, even if it is not your dog's fault. :')

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Old 03-09-2010, 03:48 PM   #17 (permalink)
 
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Maaan... you gotta "Pit Bull"... with that being said, you should never be worried about him doing those kinds of things.

Yes i got a pitbull, and no im not affraid of him. ive had an experience in my life where i saw a kid get bitten through his lip and having that image burned in your head as a kid could be a little tramatizing, dont you think. but believe me im grown up now and can handle my dog, and know enough about them to be able to trust that it wont bite me. Me and Red have that man\dog connection, and not in any gay way. i trust him not to bite me, but im not going to reach down and ask for it, ya know.

I was not worried about my dog biting me, as she would not, (unlike many breeds APBTs can keep a clear head in a fight, and are less likely to accidentally or in a frenzy latch onto the owner

and thank you beth, i was not aware of this info, very helpful. its crazy how much dogs are different from one another. but i guess its the same with humans too...
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Old 03-09-2010, 04:27 PM   #18 (permalink)
 
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an update. one of my friends brought overtheir black lab to my house, kinda uninvited but oh well. her name is shiloh, and she is a little younger than Red but they seem to get along real nice. at first i was hesitant on allowing them to play together or even be in the same room. i honestly though that she was gong to piss red off to the point where he would bite her. but once red loosened up a little i noticed that they were doing no harm to eachother, there was no real biting, but alot of growling and running around, or trotting if you will. i was amazed in how well he took to the other dog. i have a feeling that being female had alot to do with it and the fact that they do get along got my attention and in the future i will allow him to play with other friends dogs, that is untill things changes or gets out of hand.
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so last night i was walking red when i was passing a friends house. him and a buddy were outside working on a jeep that belonged to the other friend. well little to my knowledge that guy had his dog with him inside the jeep, i guess he was laying down or something, bkuz i didnt see him. anyway the dog jumped out of the jeep and came straight toward Red (Red was on a lead and prong collar). Red was pulling hardcore, not really paying attention to the constant pressure of the collar, but once i popped it, he sat down immediatly. Later they started to sniff eachother, when i actaully did have to reach down and pick him up. i didnt want any problems with him and other dogs so i did this to be on the safe side. there wasnt any aggression or behavior but like you said before, leave them in a positive mood and they will get along the next time they meet. we will see what happends.
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Great post! And the whole picking up the dog thing isn't just for pitties, I do the same thing with my reactive mutt.
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I was picking up my Amstaff any time a off chain dog ran up on her. I know she would bark and the unresponsible dog owner would say my Pitt attacked their dog. I'd rather get bit or look like an idiot than risk losing my baby to a bogus bite claim.
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