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Adult Male and female pup

Discussion in 'Training & Behavior' started by Oliver, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. Oliver

    Oliver Pup

    Hello Folks

    I have an adult male Pitbull He is coming up on 3 years Old. I am looking to purchase a female pup soon. I realize that no dogs should be left alone. Would there be any big problems at first, raising the 2 together as she is growing up? I figure I may have to seperate them when she is older. Any helpfull info appreciated?

  2. BustaH

    BustaH Top Dog

    why do you want a male and a female? are you a breeder?
  3. bahamutt99

    bahamutt99 CH Dog

    You know your dog better than anyone so you'd be the best to judge if he'd be okay with a puppy. Opposite sex pairings are the best bet, yes. We let our non-APBT male help hang with our female pup way back when. No significant problems except later we'd have to separate because he pestered the hell out of her when she grew into sexy womanhood. LOL

    MISSAPBT Top Dog

    I got my new girl at 11weeks and the boy is 5years old, ive had a few hiccups, shes a little to cocky for her own good, shes got a few scars from him, but she knows her place now. They get along 98% of the time, but shes only 5months so time will tell.
  5. Oliver

    Oliver Pup

    Great, Thanks much for the replies!
  6. Belcher256

    Belcher256 Big Dog

    The biggest problem you'll have is when you first get her. There will be so hiccups then, but if you get past that they should be fine.
  7. che

    che Top Dog

    everything gonna be oke...Just do it good.. she will know her place quickly possibel.... dogs are smart animals;)
  8. Dream Pits

    Dream Pits CH Dog

    Depends on the dog. For the most part mine are good with pups but the pups tend to annoy and jump on the adults and can get themselves fuycked up in a hurry. My follow the "better safe then sorry" system

    MISSAPBT Top Dog

    Just play it by ear, see if he is ok with small period of the puppy. When i got my first bitch years ago, my boy hated her with a passion, i feared for her life hahaha. after a few weeks he was fine.

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