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He should have been fixed months ago, shes right. Thats where the aggression is coming from, its not easy to fix when the dog is intact past a certain age. He should lose a lot of the dog aggression once he’s fixed. It is SOOOO important to spay and neuter your dogs, ESPECIALLY pits. They’re the most highly populated dog in this country, and the #1 dog that is euthanized in shelters. PLEASE get your dog fixed.
The Validated Breeds are based on breeds recognized
by the American Kennel Club® (AKC). The term “Pit
Bull” has come to describe several types of dogs, often
of mixed breed, that share similar physical
characteristics. There are several AKC breeds with
characteristics often shared by dogs referred to as “pit
bull” that are in our database, such as the American
Staffordshire Terrier, Boxer, Bulldog, Bull Terrier,
Boston Terrier and Mastiff, so these breeds could be
APBT is not on any DNA test b/c its not considered a breed. It would possibly come up as an American Staffordshire Terrier which is the only “pit type” breed that is recognized by the AKC.
Matt is right, but only half way. Technically, “pit bull” is not a breed at all, its a look. If you were to DNA test your dog, there is 100% chance it would NOT show up as a pit bull. A “pit bull” is a mix of many breed including mastiff, boxer, american bulldog, and bull terrier. If you use happydogdna.com to buy your at home DNA kit, you can provide that to any authority that will try and take custody of your dog, that it is in fact, NOT a pit bull. Good luck…