About the Author: Dr. Finlay Tayler (DVM), a Harvard veterinary graduate, brings his five years of diverse experience to MyPetDoggie. Passionate about all animals, and a proud dog owner, he balances full-time veterinary practice with contributing expert insights to our content. Dr. Tayler’s love for the outdoors, cycling, and love for dogs enrich his holistic perspective on dogs care.
Veterinarians and animal experts are warning pet owners of the dangers associated with owning a pit bull, so, why and what happens when a pitbull tastes blood?
In fact, it is not just any dog that can cause injury or death if they get too much blood on their lips; it could be your cat too! The best way to avoid this problem would seem to be to keep your pets inside where possible and try everything you can think of in order for them not to taste blood.
There is no denying the fact that if pitbull taste blood, they become aggressive. Aggression for this breed comes from its strong instinct to protect itself and its territory.
Some of these instincts can be used in positive ways such as protecting your family or property while others may result in aggression towards other dogs or people. This is a common problem with pit bulls.
The animal’s tendency to attack, howl, and bite when people come near means that it can be difficult for the owner to keep their dog under control in public.
So, what happens when a pitbull tastes blood?
When it comes to fighting, a pit bull has earned its reputation. It is the most misunderstood breed of dogs and can be difficult to care for because they have some health complications which are not their fault.
The need for “the people’s champion” in England led families with several generations of fighters on each side into breeding this dog as a working tool that would protect them from thieves while hunting game or fighting other animals left behind by humans during times when there was no more food to eat.
I hope you were able to understand the different factors that can throw a dog off balance and cause them to become aggressive. We poured light specifically on the question “what happens when a pit bull tastes blood”.
I also hoped this was an educational article for people who may have never heard of pit bulls or knew little about them when they are in attack mode, who want more information on what is really going on with these dogs.