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    iv tryed yipping and yapping im a guy so doesnt really work out to good (when my mum gives a high pitched yip the puppy stops right away but for me thats just not possable i try Lol ill give the water bottle ago and ill try every thing else also the sooner she stops the better as for her maybe being a "pitbull" to me shes still my staffy and thats what she will be regd under =] i srsly dont think shes a pit (unless shes an english staffy cross but we will just have to wait n see iother way shes my pup and i love her to bits and ill start training sit - stay ect when she gets to around 10 to 12 weeks 8 weeks is more of a fun time for a puppy if you ask me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzza View Post
    iv tryed yipping and yapping im a guy so doesnt really work out to good (when my mum gives a high pitched yip the puppy stops right away but for me thats just not possable i try Lol ill give the water bottle ago and ill try every thing else also the sooner she stops the better as for her maybe being a "pitbull" to me shes still my staffy and thats what she will be regd under =] i srsly dont think shes a pit (unless shes an english staffy cross but we will just have to wait n see iother way shes my pup and i love her to bits and ill start training sit - stay ect when she gets to around 10 to 12 weeks 8 weeks is more of a fun time for a puppy if you ask me


    I notice now you've said it a few times that because of her breed you are very concerned with the biting.
    May I ask why ?

    By the way,there is no such thing as an English Staffy , its Staffordshire Bull Terrier

    American Staffordshire - Amstaff
    Staffordshire Bull Terrier - Stafford/Staffy
    American Pit Bull Terrier - APBT/Pit Bull/Bully


    edited to add - an unpapered Amstaff is a Pit Bull
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    soz choppa all i ment is the fact her jaw will end up alot more powerful then other dogs ect id like her not to bite anything but the time shes got inaff power todo damage im not worryed about the breed as im more then happy to train her / and when shes old inaff (1 yearish she would be ready to start getting used to pulling with a harness to keep her fit + long walks every day

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    1 year before you'll walk her? Huh???

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    she gets walked now ??? i said pulling with a harness (body trainning ) harness -rope then some weight and get her to pull it to help her body and fitness

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    That's ok Justin, but please rest assured there is nothing 'extra' about the breed in terms of strength or structure compared to other breeds

    It is all about tenacity and will and yes ,they can certainly outshine most other dogs in that department

    Are you planning to do weight pull with her later ?
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    Juzza your girl is gorgeous.

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    choppa yes im planing todo weight pulling on a small diy 4 wheel table (style setup) just to give her something extra to keep her fit and to keep her heathly as can be (not gunna make her pull a car or anything lol just afew sand bags ect as im sure she will love it as she loves playing tug of war with me already lol (ill have to get a full vet check befor she pulls anything to make sure every thing is 100% fine

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    My brother's SBT can pull a big esky full of beer and ice (no wheels) around a footy oval. He thought he'd tied her up securely. Oops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    My brother's SBT can pull a big esky full of beer and ice (no wheels) around a footy oval. He thought he'd tied her up securely. Oops.
    the visual of this is quite entertaining

    Justin , good for you,we also do weight pull
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