- Nov 25, 2006
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A lot actually. Unfortunately, owners are not smart enough to distinguish pitbulls that have aggressive vs ones that do not. So they generalize to be on the safe side. Letting other people know that your dog is not aggressive should be depended on as an absolute as I have personally seen people say that their dogs are not aggressive but clearly show aggressive tendencies. It will also depend on the pitbull and how they act of course. Its not a one size fit all answer.My sons 20 month old Red Nose pittbull is the most affectionate dogs around loves people.
He just wants to play and get to know the other local dogs, but sadly the breed has a bum rap here in Oz and lot of owners are frightened of him.
It doesn't come up at all but how often do people question the attitude and brains of the one at the other end of the leash.
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