He can’t help to be stereotyped. He can’t help he’s head is square or the fact that he’s red. The moving metal boxes make him nervous or the two wheeled sticks come up behind him will undoubtedly startle him. He jumps when he’s excited to see people he recognizes but shows fear around people who are afraid of him. He runs to his safe place when he thinks he’s in trouble. Don’t worry Dublin, you’re training will keep you safe and give you the confidence you need to get through your life. You are our pit bull baby and we’ll get through this together.
I wrote this quick as I just dropped off our baby to be neutered and he’ll start his training as soon as he’s healed.