PittieLove wrote:no, i never have. But im sure he would do it.
Big_Ant wrote:PittieLove wrote:no, i never have. But im sure he would do it.
I would highly recommend against this for you and your dog!
After hearing your stories of your dog and his behavior I don't think you need to involve him in anything remotely close to this, EVER, not after training him, etc. etc.
You are too young, blow off advice when given, and don't seem to worry about the stuff that needs to be addressed, and are worried about his weightpulling and sporting instead.
I know this might sound harsh, but I told you the exact same thing on PBF, and you blew me, along with other knowledged members, off and then when you got banned from their, you made it seem like it was all their fault. I don't know who was at fault, don't care, but you have other things to be worrying about and addressing rather than looking into bitesport and weightpulling.
You are still young and have alot to learn, take your time, work on your current dog, and maybe in the future you'll be able to find a dog that is more suited to this and if you are still interested, then by all means go for it.
Pettie, what better then a dog who has a will to plz you.
Molly started to shake cause she want to get at him but remained at a dwn stay and him seeing that he backed up and left. Not because she is my dog but she will bite someone in a heart beat.
dogcrazyjen wrote:Encouraging an owner who cannot control a dog who aggressively bites to do PP work seems to me a recipe for disaster.
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