Pitbulls can be very evidently aggressive. Do note that I didn’t say they can be very aggressive.
Pitbulls don’t bark often, but when they do, they are loud! If you have young kids in the house, this can scare them easily. For better or worse, there is no solution to “fix” a Pitbull’s bark.
Pitbulls can bite through pillows, chew out furniture posts, and tear up your wallpaper. Puppies tend to chew things when teething as they have to cope with the discomfort of sore gums.
When a Pitbull jumps up on someone out of excitement, you can see the individual having pre-death flashbacks because of their reputation – especially if they’re not a dog lover.
Playful mouthing, nipping, or biting by your Pitbull puppy can be cute. But after experiencing it for the first few days of bringing your new puppy home,
Dogs, in general, form a deep bond with their guardians. But protective breeds such as the Pitbull form even a stronger bond, which can result in separation anxiety when left alone.
While fear is the primary reason Pitbulls bite, sometimes they can develop a behavior known as “possessive aggression.”