Hi! My Name Is Remington

He loves us very much especially me (the man). He tries to beat my wife to me any time she goes in for a kiss or to sit with me. He runs laps when you get him excited and loves to play with our two other dogs (puppies). However if a person he doesn’t know walks in it takes everything I’ve got to hold him back and he sounds like he will eat them. The neighbor’s dog got over into our yard and he grabbed them and would not let go. He good with strangers if he’s not at home (lowes, rural king, the park, etc) he gives us great comfort knowing if anyone broke in he would protect. When they puppies would fight he would split them up pushing them apart and physically moving them as needed but as the puppies have gotten bigger they have started to question is unquestionably dominance and he tears them up for this. He did it once when we weren’t home and there was fur all over the house and our other dogs was traumatized. The other and last time he got the other dog and he was slinging him and shaking him like a rag doll. Since then we have kept them separate. This is a great burden as my wife is pregnant and does not feel good. Our main worry is that once we have our baby he would kill her and even if we successfully kept him from doing that once she got older kids do stupid stuff and she would end up upsetting him and then he would kill her. We are keeping his quality of life as high as possible right now but it is pretty much requiring constant attention and me and my wife to be split all the time. If it were to continue he would eventually just have to be confined to the kennel. We don’t want that we want him to have a home with someone who can properly love him the way he needs.
  • American Pit Bull Terrier & American Bulldog
  • Male
  • 51 - 60 Pounds
  • Gold
  • Affectionate
  • Not Tested With Kids
  • I Don't Like Dogs
  • I Don't Like Cats
  • I Don't Like Small Animals
  • I Am Aggressive with Farm Animals
  • I'm Not Trained Yet
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