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Old 10-21-2016, 10:27 PM
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I need advice please read...

I absolutely need help...Please I do not know what to do. Here is my story. Currently my dog Fat boy is 4 Ĺ yrs old male. He is pit bull bully around 90 pounds pure breed my son paid 1500.00 for. When he was 6 months old I dog sat for my son for 2 weeks. Never ever having a animal when I was a kid I had know idea what I was doing. But after 2 weeks I fell in love and he would not go back with my son. So I kept him he grew up to be a very overly sexed dog. So we decided to try to breed him. Well that's when he could no longer be around other males, we later got a girl bully and he was in love, we had no problems with him. Until she had babies and during her pregnancy almost died when going into labor due to the nine pups size so we got her fixed. Now puppies are 6 months and he starting to act sex crazed again trying to mount people and also her and getting frustrated.
Now here the bad part, he is a very protective dog. If anyone was to be violent in my house he will attack only the aggressor. One day when I was gone my daughter who is 17 decides to get into a fight and attacks causing stitches. Now we just kept separated as much as possible because she is traumatized now. But knowing how much I love that dog she said it's okay for him to stay. So everything has been fine, until yesterday. He started acting weird trying to mount people and I notice something wasnít right and went to try to get him and he went after my daughter if I hadnít been there I canít think of what would have happened. He ripped her bra and shirt off. I am so scared that my love for this dog will put her in harm's way. I have to put this letter out in hopes that someone can help be not have to put him down.
If you would see this dog some would love to have him to breed, I could show them how his pups turned out. They are huge. But I couldnít recommend him be a house dog or around other male dogs.
The sad thing is he was so good to my kids and grand kids up to this started.

All I want his for my dog to be able to live a happy life somehow, if you can point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.
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Old 10-21-2016, 11:42 PM
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Have you considered neutering him? It might not help if his behaviors are set, but it may help cut off some of the edge so he can be better managed and trained on how to be a proper house dog. Also do you still have your female and/or any of the pups?
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Old 10-23-2016, 01:05 AM
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Get him fixed ASAP. It won't be an immediate change, but it will help. Then if your set on keeping him, get him into training with an experienced trainer who deals with aggressive dogs.
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