dlynne1123 wrote:Its too bad they wouldn't adopt him to a home with other dogs.....with the right people that could be worked around.....its a shame....looks like hed be a great working dog and agility dog. I bet he'd love weight pull too! I'd love to have him....I love small pitties but I already have two....and they've house manners to not fight....With the right attention and goals he'd not worry about getting aggressive with other dogs
BritneyP wrote:It's not appropriate for people to always think they can "fix" this type of situation. Unless you're just going to crate and rotate for the rest of the dog's life.
BritneyP wrote:I would like to thank all the little people I stepped on to get here.
BritneyP wrote:I see what you mean, as I myself am not a huge fan of rescues who feel they are "holier than thou", but on the same token, yes, I do feel it's MUCH safer for the dog in question, other dogs and potentially humans (possibly getting harmed breaking up a fight) if the dog went to a home with no other dogs. That would ensure that the new owners would be able to dedicate as much time as possible to training only this dog to help control his issues. Which, in turn, would absolutely allow them to take the dog out in public, on walks, etc without an issue. Unfortunately the majority of people rescues are adopting to are your average dog owner, so I'd much rather see the dog go to a loving home that can work with him with no other dogs, than wait for an undetermined length of time before he finds that "perfect", highly-experienced home with other dogs.
SisMorphine wrote: Personally I don't see the issue.
MyDogPhantom wrote:amazing with people, but needs to be an only dog. see link for pix and bio
http://www.pittieloverescue.com/Adoptab ... Blaze.html
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