You can’t expect a Pitbull to figure out what you would like him to do (or don’t want him to do) unless you show him what your expectations are. And your Pitbull won’t be trained properly or be willing to heed your commands unless you use efficient training methods.
Pitbull training can be started at any age, the sooner the better. You can start simple training with your puppy as soon as he or she has settled into his/her new home. Adult Pit Bulls are as well receptive to training, although several might be less keen or quick to learn than a younger Pitbulls.
Done correctly, pit bull training should be fun, both for you and your pit, as well as exercising his brain and reinforcing the good quality relationship between you.
|Pitbulls Revealed is a comprehensive guide to Pitbull ownership. It was developed by Tim Amherst, an avid Pitbull lover. According to the guide, Tim learned everything he knows about Pitbulls over years of experiences with the breed. He didn’t set out to be a Pitbull expert, but he enjoyed the breed and helped acquaintances with Pitbull advice. So, eventually, he became known as the Pitbull Guru.|
One of the best things about Tim Amherst’s guide, Pitbulls Revealed, is that it dispels many Pitbull myths. For example, it discusses how the media has warped the public opinion of Pitbulls as a breed in general. It also talks about how a few bad breeders and bad owners have perpetuated the myth that Pitbulls are all mean, evil or somehow unstable.
Choosing a Pup:
Another important part of the guide is how to choose a Pitbull pup. Tim walks the first-time Pitbull owner through various steps, including what physical and emotional traits to look for in a puppy. He talks about how to avoid many of the mistakes that are commonly made when choosing one. Not only that, but he talks thoroughly about the importance of finding a reliable Pitbull breeder and how to figure out which breeders are the best of the best.