- Jun 3, 2014
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Pitbulls have been specifically bred to increase their aggressiveness for fighting for how ever many centuries the breed has existed the same way dairy cows have been bred to increase their milk production. It's an innate trait for them, and no amount of training can completely eliminate that. More deaths result from pitbull attacks than from any other breed. Your specific pitbull might be a lovable teddybear, but he is still a ticking time bomb that will go off as soon as he receives the proper stimulus at the right time.I've had pit bulls and dobermans. All easy to train, non aggressive, good around kids. Getting them as pups are best but I adopted one male pit bull from people that were moving into an aparment, couldn't keep him. One of the dobies adopted one of my cockatiels and they hung out together. Depends on the dog's background and how it's treated. You can make most any dog aggressive or not aggressive, at least from what I know about dogs the last 65 or more years.