American Pit Bull Terrier
Picture of Jael, a female American Pit Bull Terrier

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Home:North York, Ontario, Canada  
Age: 14 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

July 7th 2002

She loves her Kong and expensive tennis balls.

Whatever you do, don't try to bite her ear. I heard of biting dog's ears to prove who is more "superior"/"dominent", I tried it once and she didn't like it one bit.

Favorite Toy:
Kong, kong, kong

Favorite Food:
Natural Choice

Favorite Walk:
the backyard

Best Tricks:
She's great at finding tennis balls in the dark

Arrival Story:
Found her from a breeder of a friend. My friend Gate picked her for her white paws. She's great with people. I've taken her everywhere I could since I got her at 8 wks, she comes to work with me everyday and loves sleeping in her padded basket bed.

My Jael is great with people, she's gone through three years of obedience training. She knows how to "come", "sit", "down", "stay", "leave it" (useful when there's food in front of her, she won't touch it if you say "leave it"), "go get/go find"(fetch), "out"(drop whatever is in her mouth, usually her kong or a ball), "give paw", and play dead. She's great in my car, she never gets sick even on 2 hour car rides! She still needs help not jumping up when she's excited, but a stern, "NO" let's her know when she's doing something wrong. Jael has never been mistreated in any way, her history is very good with people. Her pit bull/terrier instinct kicks in if she sees something small running (rabbits, squirrels, and sometimes small dogs). I've tried a lot of different methods to fix her dog aggression especially because of the Pit Ban in Ontario, I was feeling frustrated and desperate. I took her to a Pet Peeves seminar which uses Fred Hassen's No Limitations method and there's been a huge improvement. For more information check out www.sitmeanssit.com. It's positive training, it's different, it's effective, and it's our solution. They give free demos with your dog if you've got any issues you'd like ironed out. The training never stops...

The Groups I'm In:
Remote Dog Collar Training

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 25th 2004 More than 12 years!

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