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Below we have a Dog Aggressive Bull Terrier becoming a lot more and a lot more at ease with each and every clip. When we initially brought him in he wanted to assault every pet dog he encountered. Observe as he learns how to be social again, permit free and have enjoyment!
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35 comments

  1. Excellent work sir. One of few bully owners who is intelligently qualified to facilitate these complex animals. Body language analysis is spot on.

    Please ignore the haters – those of us who get it already know, so thanks for your vid and God bless you.

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  2. Agressiv? What???

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  3. I reckon if all dog owners had a fraction of this understanding of dog behaviour and control the bull breeds would not have the reputation they have. Great footage and control.

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  4. Buckingham Pallets.

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  5. kudos to you for being professional in a what could be a risky situasjon;)

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  6. Much respect, especially the way you so quietly controlled your two p-bull dogs, no yelling or aggression. I'd have removed the third dog, but then I don't know if it was a bitch or male. You're right – play can "escalate" into violence amongst dogs very quickly, but bull terriers are so naturally playful and 'goofy', it's hard to tell at times when they're about to go feral.

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  7. *Floyd

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  8. Great work, great attitude.Beautiful to see

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  9. Pet the dogs…

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  10. Suck cause i know my pit is not trainable he has a seriouse dog aggression he dnt smell dogs he just straight goes for the fight and it makes owning him a hassel

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  11. Floyd and Tobias are both beautiful dogs and over a little more time will be completely fine .

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  12. Thats a good idea for a fence.

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  13. Great job!

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  14. Who cares

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  15. My bull terrier is a little shit!

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  16. Brilliant mate, your a natural dog whisperer.

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  17. I thought you were very informative

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  18. Great work

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  19. There is only so much a human can teach a dog, you need another good dog that is well adjusted even tempered, to show the way, good job guys..!

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  20. Your dogs are beauties.

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  21. Aye, man, where'd the music come from at the end of the vid?

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  22. Good dogs, man! You've done well.

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  23. GREAT JOB BROTHER

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  24. Great videos & progress!

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  25. Nice he's coming along….baby steps….

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  26. I have an secondary issue. My bull terrier Redd was dog aggressive when i got him as a rescue in 2016 (about 2 yrs old). Since then its been tough to get him to socialize because hes standard size, and not too many people want to take that chance of their dog being the "test dog" to see if Redds overly aggressive or not. The thing is, my partner has a border collie (he self trained her) and we slowly introduced them to eachother. After the first few meetings they decided to both calm down and now are fine with eachother. He also has 2 smaller dogs that we still haven't fully introduced Redd to because once about 6 months back, they both got into the backyard where redd was with the bordwr collie, and Redd bit the dachshund in the leg. Like a hard nip-bite. It was pretty bad. Since then I've minimally participated in the sit means sit training, due to time and availability. But i try to work with Redd on his training at least 2 or 3 times a week. But nonetheless, i can still sense his aggression towards other bigger dogs. If the training collar is on…he almost shuts down when he sees another dog. But if the collars off–he wants to go towards the dog IMMEDIATELY..and he starts pulling. Ive learned the toughest barrier to get through is understanding and working thelrough the fact that even though Redds comfortable with 1 dog, it doesnt mean he wont be aggressive to any other dog. I just wish at times he would just walk by my side without that training collar…and not have to worry about him being dogg aggressive to every dog except that 1.

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  27. I love all dog breeds but the English bull terrier is so ugly

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  28. My Bull Terrier was named Tobi also called Tobias.. He also had problem with mails and also had crazy play drive when relaxed. That really an owner job to socialize its dog. I knew my dog was kind of a killer from he was a pup so i let him go into plays and even normal fights with normal dogs where nothing bad really happens. Problems really started when local Pit Bull with stupid owner started attacking my dog. At one point a learned to make brake stick out of anything and countless times i had to brake Pit Bulls of not just my dog but many that i ran into while Pit Bull was destroying them and nobody around knew what to..That was like 20 years ago when things where very crazy where i live, after war times..Problem is in owners. They treat their dog as toys only and that can turn serious with dogs with that kind of terrier drive..If someone let Bull Terrier to become killer is the same things as giving him death sentence and i lost dog friend bcs. of that. There was no one around as you to try to help that dog and he ended soot down by his latest owner it broke my heart for real almost same as my dog died but he died with 15 years, that long for BTs….

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  29. Nice work. I like how you gave the a break in-between the play to de-escalate.

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  30. Are you ever worried that people will steal your dog for dog fight warm-ups? Where I live family dogs go missing constantly and there are always notices posted on power poles and shop windows asking have you see this missing dog?

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  31. Thank you…

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  32. This is a fantastic video because it shows precisely why bull terriers should be banned because of how insanely and uncontrollably violent and dangerous they are. LOL.

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  33. You really need to invest in a 6 foot privacy fence.

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  34. hi are your dogs sterile?

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  35. Wow a fence made of pallets!

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