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    Also, Malinois are typically smaller/medium sized dogs full grown 35-65 pounds.... my brunie is a mutant and blowing the size thing off to the side I guess. Both parents pure malinois as well.

    My dog will only show aggression when necessary and that's part of how I am training him, we've already established I am the alpha. We've also seen his protective (not aggressive) characteristics come out as well even as a pup. If he makes it to 110 pounds and moves like a Mal or Terv moves... goodluck to any aggressor coming our way.

    I have socialized this dog since day 1, last Saturday , no word of a lie met 75-100 people in a 2.5 hour time span. Hes met probably 20-25 other dogs all sizes breeds and ages as well over the last 4 weeks.

    He will be our companion and our protector... people think pits are the most dangerous breed , lmao like you said, due to wrong doings by their owners, not because of their breed.
     
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    I didn't get him to intimidate. I live in the country, 3 houses on our mile long street. 1500 acres of woods. I got him because Mal are smart.
     
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    There’s a big difference between animal instinct and aggression. Any animal is going to have survival instincts, aggression is dependent on how the animal was raised and trained, not it’s breed. Plenty of aggressive chihuahuas out there because they were never disciplined and trained properly. I’ve had bully breeds around me all my life, I have pictures of our pit bull nursing a stray cat, and seen our kidos with toys half down the pit bulls throat and it just lays there smiling loving the attention. Our 4 lbs shitzu/Maltese mix bosses around our 70 lbs bulldog, they aren’t aggressive animals. It’s a shame there are so many incompetent pet owners out there, otherwise we wouldn’t have as many of the dog issues we see, Calvin it’s a shame you see the worst of it with your career field.
     
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    My friends pit bull will bring the ball to my little brunie and drop it so he has a chance to get the ball too..... but ya they’re so mean and so vicious
     
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    This is why I picked up Bruno

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    Custom made to order from k9tacticalgear and tactipup , figures I’d have with the collar as he’ll grow out of it anyway

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    lots of great dog info here, our blue healer husky cross is in love with my 9 yr old son. she was neglected by the previous owner , in our house she is an amazing watchdog . my son gets right on the floor with her as soon as he gets home from school and just wraps his arms around her neck and snuggles. she now sleeps in his room at the doorway, I can come in and check on him when I get home at 2 or 3am . but she watches me the whole time. she has become an amazing friend to all my kids and my wife spoils her now after we put our 15yr old bordercollie shepard down this summer when he lost control for weeks. kids were never close to the old dog, this one will be rough when its her time!

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    yes she had a serious bath after this huntng trip! LOL
     
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