As others have pointed out DA is part of this breed, and unfortnately this breed is not for everyone. The most important thing as an owner of this breed is, YOU are in control of your dog. Without knowing the background of the two incidents in specific, being able to contain your dog is vital. Sadly because of the notorious stature of our dog even when it may not always be our breed's fault the public eye is always looking for a reason to blame the APBT. Neutering him does have advantages as angel mentioned, also it can help avoid "accident" breedings which leads to much of the overpopulation that exsist in our breed. Good luck to you and your dog!hi i have a blue brindle pitbull hes been in 2 fights and in his yard. hes almost 3yrs old was wanting to know if neutering him at this age will help on aggression towards future encounters.
The part in bold is the part you need to address, mullens32. Neutering is looking for the easy way out. As others have said, it has other benefits but in my experience, it has very minimal (if any) effects on temperament.Well first I have to ask why your dog is being left unsupervised in a yard with other dogs?
Next would be that after the first fight why was he not contained properly?
Then neutering will not necessarily help the DA that is being displayed but can help health wise. DA is a part of this breed and cannot be trained out of them... There are other ways to control it though and if you really want a solution try a trainer seasoned...
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