my female american pit is 1.5 spayed and up to date on all her shots including rabies she is...
somewhat agressive towards my 13 year old female shepard mix we have had the pit since she was apprx. 4 weeks old.. very loved spoiled sleeps in the beds and so on what can i do to stop the agression????
She was taken from her mother too early, which has probably caused some of the problems. Dogs should be kept with their mom for a minimum of 8 weeks; some breeds need to be with mom for at least 10-12 weeks. By taking a pup from the mother too young, you can easily get a dog with behavior issues.
I would strongly urge you to find a behaviorist or a professional trainer to get the best advice on basic obedience training... No, not a trainer from Petsmart or Petco, but a real professional.
No real and reputable breeder or shelter will separate a mom and up at 4 weeks.
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