This is a guide about training a Pitbull to not bite. Puppies love to play rough and tumble and biting is a part of that play. However, when they grow up biting is no longer acceptable and potentially dangerous. Training your Pitbull not to bite is a process you can undertake successfully at home.
NOONIE1_A1069611..A volunteer writes: All adorable, playful, energetic puppy – loves to meet new people, loves chasing a ball (he doesn’t retrieve yet but his new family can teach him), cuddly, tail wagging, greeting little dogs in adjoining pens and all bouncy fun…… isn’t that what puppies are made of?
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Justin Puppy love is stunning, sweet 18 month blue Pitbull mix who was rescued by Downtown Dog Rescue from Southern California shelter. He is neutered and UTD on shots. He had pretty rough life in his initial years and may have been starved by his previous owners. Later they dumped him in a high kill shelter. Despite being gone through so much, Justin is full of love and will give kisses to everyone he comes across. He knows to sit quietly for food, he is big time jumper and can easily jump…
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