Do you feel there is a "conflict of interest" (for lack of a better phrase?) working Pit Bulls in sports that were created for breeds with entirely different temps?
Do you feel there is a difference between working in sports like schutzhund where the dog can largely be kept in prey drive, and training a dog in PP where you might work in defense drive more often? Is one ok for this breed and not the other?
Do you think it's ok that breeders produce APBTs with temps that would make them suitable for bitesports?
How does gameness/aggression towards animals transfer to aggression directed at people (assuming we are talking PP or a situation in which the dog is really tested and threatened by a *person* and is not just sleeve-happy)?
Also, do you know of actual pit dogs that went on to excell in bitesports? Which game lines are you seeing?
realpitbull wrote:FWIW, although limited, I do have a tiny bit of experience with bitesports and definitely an interest in them. I know that temp is of utmost importance (stability) and that "viciousness" or creating an "aggressive/dangerous dog" isn't what you want when you are doing it right.
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