pitbull living with small breeds? Pic unrelated

im phoneposting so sorry for the fucked up posting style. my family just rescued a female pitbull (3 yrs, used for breeding in past) that is friendly and has no issues with humans, however i live with one other small, male dog. she met my dog while they were both leashed, and she was excited to play with him, despite him being much smaller than her. She wasn’t rough and they took turns sharing a water dish without issues. She won’t be coming home with me till next week because she needs to be spayed. My current dog is active but old (13), and he is not neutered, and my family doesnt want him neutred. I’m almost certain they’ll be fine alone together, but some small part of my soul is freaking out.

Is there anything specific I should teach them regarding sharing food or toys? Should i keep a muzzle on her while i’m not home for the first week or two and set up cameras to see their interactions while i’m gone? He also occasionally attemped to hump her during the meet and greet (but he didn’t because he can’t fucking reach her), and he also tried to sniff her asshole to an extent that i could tell annoyed her slightly because she’d try to get away from him when he did that. we’re hoping spaying her may fix the humping issue? I love my little man and the possibility of fucking anything happening to him terrifies me, I just want them to like eachother but i’m scared at any moment she could snap at him, and since she’s huge, any type of aggression would be devastating to him. And yes before you ask, we have tried correcting his humping behavior, he is fucking retarded about it and won’t stop even if we spank him and yell no. Any advice will help, thanks so much

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    test

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Like with all dogs just introduce em to each other and supervise for how ever long you think best.
    Being a female and a male dog you shouldn't have huge issues except maybe when it comes to food or him wanting to hump her.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah im sure a mutt-ant bred to kill other dogs and exhibit every form of killing drive possible without warning or hesitation wont do anything just have them sniff butts lol
      >husky/sighthound owners: bad idea. These dogs have high prey drive. Even if they’re well socialized a distant small animal on a dim day could get killed.
      >akita/bear dog owner: Bad idea. These dogs are very territorial, dominant, and violent. The slightest conflict could turn deadly, fast.
      >german shepherd owner: if you’re not getting them as a puppy i wouldn’t. GSDs can be very fear aggressive.
      >pitb mommies: JUST GIVE THEM TREATS WHEN THEY ARENT KILLING THINGS ITS HOW YOU RAISE THEM

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Your dog isn't going to see his 14th birthday. Let's see if you have the balls to come back to Wauf and tell us how we were right and the pitbull mauled your old dog.

    >Should i keep a muzzle on her
    If you ever think of this about a dog, that is an absolute shit dog, and deep down you know it. The only person you are fooling is yourself.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why did you pick the murder dog instead of 189 other dog breeds? Countries that are not the u.s. ban them for a reason, managing a pitbull will be just as hard as a tiger when it sees something small

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What is that?

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    pitbull 'play' is the dangerous part, it very quickly turns into a mauling, if you watch the southamerican bullfights, which the pitbull was bred for, they always look like they are engaging in play, light sounding barks, wagging tail
    i wouldnt trust the fuckers in any way.

    there is a LOW chance that everything will be fine but its not worth the risk imo, i've lived with pitbulls before and they are unpredictable scum,
    >put on a move and there's a fight scene too loud?
    - its mauling time
    >neighbors children are playing and screeching??
    -its mauling time
    at the time i had a Hungarian vizsla, a pit cross and purebred pitbull, to look after. the vizsla was my dog.
    i had to break up 10+ serious fights between the pitbulls, i would loathe to have had a small dog in those situations, 80% of the time it was the 2 pits fighting but they attacked my dog a couple times and i had to give them a fucking stomping and repeated gut kicking.

    if you can, just put it down. they're all freindly and la la la braindead fairy heads 90% of the time and then snap they're fucking lockjawing your other dog. or god forbid a child/small dog/cat

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      your advice was so terrible i don’t even know where to begin. you sound like a terrible dog owner, no thank you
      who the fuck gives advice like “just put it down if you can”? come on man

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        bait OP, bait reply

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        pibbles are subcanine.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        A responsible person. All pit bulls should die.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >cat
      Net positive but there are better, safer breeds for removing those. Like greyhounds.

      Put it down OP or you’ll regret it

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Are you retarded? I asked for specific advice and youre giving me irrelevant “put it down” shit. First off, it’s not my choice, second i’d rather rehome than kill an innocent dog who hasnt even done anything yet.

        Why did you pick the murder dog instead of 189 other dog breeds? Countries that are not the u.s. ban them for a reason, managing a pitbull will be just as hard as a tiger when it sees something small

        the shelter ONLY had pitbulls

        What is that?

        idk some dog pic i found on the net

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Put it down
          Legitimately the best advice you will get. Also
          >the shelter only had pit bulls
          Then you go to another fucking shelter.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          It’s not a dog. It’s a pitbull. Put it down.

          Unwanted animal dumps are full of them for a reason.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Yes they are full of shit bulls because people keep returning them because they are shit dogs that snap at the drop of a hat.

          Pits will basically maul anything, especially smaller animals thougb

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >the shelter ONLY had pitbulls
          AHAHAHHAHAHA

          bro, take that dog the fuck BACK and go to a shelter that doesn't have pits. Get another dog.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          well, if you don't want to put it down, still buy a gun and shoot when it bites (and it will bite)

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >the shelter ONLY had pitbulls
          Yeah there's a fucking reason for that shit for brains.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >all the dogs that need to be re-homed are pits
          Curious. Very interesting.

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