Obedience Training of a Pit Bull Puppy.

Obedience Training

When starting obedience training, teach your dog a “down” command. This will be particularly helpful in emergency situations. A dog that knows his “down” command well can drop to the ground at a moment’s notice in a testy situation, making it a great command to keep on hand for safety’s sake.

Pit Bull Puppy: Obedience Training

OBEDIENCE TRAINING IS IMPORTANT FOR ALL PIT BULLS ESPECIALLY BECAUSE OF THE NEGATIVE ATTENTION THEY RECEIVE FROM THE MEDIA. This is Cash, he is barely 4 months old and he is already fairly advanced in simple obedience training that my husband and I did on our own. It is important to keep your pit stable and in control, training is forever and should always, ALWAYS be used. It just takes a lot of time and patience, but trust me, it will all be worth it in the end.
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24 Responses to “Obedience Training of a Pit Bull Puppy.”

  1. Very good!

  2. you both are so smart <3

  3. woooooooooooow! xD keep doing it! awesome doggy

  4. Im saying

  5. Holy shit how do I train my pit to be like this…

  6. Jesus Christ, I hope I will be able to get my pit to be this obedient. She just turned 3 months and already a handful….lol.

  7. me to i just got her and she will sit thats eat we have a huge biting problem and jumping =(

  8. thats just amazing

  9. Im training my 5 month old american pitbull terrier so far she listens to sit but but still got a long way to go can you.give me some tips i would greatly appreciate it

  10. how did you do this? i need tips on training my staff cross pit. x

  11. The dog really obedient

  12. getting a puppy and i will train him hard has the one in the video.

  13. this little guy made me train my pup Smoke twice as hard! i was so jealous when i first saw this. great job, post an update on Cash. check out my boy Smoke

  14. Whoa! You’re good!

  15. Nice pup check out mines

  16. outstanding job! watch my boy smoke

  17. that was amazing to see that its so good to see that theres still some great people out there i have 2 pitbulls a red nose and a blue nose gypsy and poppy could oyu tell us how you trained your dog like that please

  18. what can you recommend as far as resources to aid in training….. we have a 10 week old red nose and we want to begin training asap

  19. Good job, I have a new pit puppy too. All dogs are great, this just takes patience, time, and positive reinforcement

  20. SHE’S REAL GOOD WITH HER DOG,PLEASE CHECK ME OUT AT MY SITE

  21. how the hell can i trained my puppy
    

  22. Have them watch this video. Also gather as many facts about the breed as you can (both good and bad) so you are ready for any question they have.

  23. Nice job training him. There are too many idiots around here that have pits purely for “bling” effect. They sell pups for 50 bucks a pop. I LOVE pit bulls, but if you don’t have to know-how to train them, bad things can happen in a split second. They can be no more dangerous than a bunny if they get good training, but they instinctively (yes, more than most other dogs) can rip a person or animal apart if they become scared, insecure or threatened. Almost 100% muscle, it seems.

  24. You need to start training AS SOON as you get the pup. All trainers will tell you, the sooner you begin the training, even little stuff like sit or come, the better. I train dogs and horses and it’s especially important with horses and fighting dogs like pits. I start as soon as they can walk! It’s training could mean a life one day.

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