Raising and Training the Amstaff / Pitbull

This is my review on training tips for raising your American Staffordshire Terrier from a puppy. The Amstaff is an excellent dog with heaps of great qualitie…

25 comments on “Raising and Training the Amstaff / Pitbull

  1. @γιωργοσζωγραφοσ Thank you… now to answer your questions, yes I think an
    Amstaff is a great dog for any age group as they are loving dogs… they do
    play bite but you can easily control that, these dogs aren’t aggressive
    towards their owners or people in general and lastly, yes this dog is very
    trainable, intelligent and a great dog provided you have the time to spend
    raising him/her correctly… give them love and they will do anything for
    you!

  2. Id first like to say thank you for posting such great reviews,iv watched
    both your amstaff videos countless times before getting my puppy.I live on
    a fairly big property and have three tenants renting from me,i allow my 7
    month old female amstaff to roam freely,she gets along with everyone coming
    in the yard even strangers.My question is,do you think its a good idea to
    allow her to roam freely ? Id rather have a socialized non aggressive dog
    than a aggressive dog that i have to confine to the backyard.

  3. He’s beautiful. You raised him right. I hope you two can be together for a
    long time :3

  4. Ive a 11 week old amstaff pup, hes good most of the time but sometimes he
    gets in a mood where he just bites and chews everything, my girlfriend was
    asleep and he just ran and jumped at her face and bit her, if he will bite
    onto the ends of peoples pants, and go for their hands or faces.. Any tips
    on how i can stop him doing this?

    thanks

  5. I have watched a few of your videos and are very useful, I just have a few
    questions bout my amstaffs behaviours. He is 7 months now and likes to pee
    in certain spots in the house. I also have a female 3 year old Germany
    shepherd, not sure if it’s dominance. Also he likes to run out the yard,
    and does not listen when you call him, he just runs further when he sees
    you, I do take him for walks and he runs out more often after a walk.
    Please advise…. Thank you

  6. wonderful dog and very interesting hints for the education. it’s a pity,
    that these wonderful dogs have a very bad reputation in Germany and are
    even banned where I currently live. Nevertheless, enjoyed the video a lot!
    take good care of this wonderful creature. Greetings from Germany 

  7. I really really love your video!!! In two weeks I’ll have my amstaff puppy
    and I really wanna train him good cause he is one of 12 puppies rescued
    from a dog fight training place and I really wanna give my new babe a high
    quality life with me he is just 11 weeks so he never fight but just the
    enviroment can stress them!!! I’m definately gonna subscribe thanks

  8. i was very interested in buying amstaff. but i didn’t know is it a good dog
    for me. so i googled everything, talked with some friends who have amstaff,
    watched videos, including yours… aaaand, long story short, yesterday i
    bought him. and now here he is… sleeping on my lap :)

  9. Good day sir. I just watch your video and you and your dog is so amazing.
    Well sir i hope that you mind. I just want to get some tips or advises you
    can give about my amstaff.

    I have a 1 year old female amstaff. I got her when she was 6 months old.
    She was with me for about 2 months then sadly and unfortunately my father
    dont want a dog in our house but i do love dogs so he find a way to take
    the out of our house and put it in another place where i can visit my
    amstaff. So she was 8 months that time. But the place is a bit far away
    from our house and since then that my amstaff is away from me, me and my
    dog only see each other once a week. And now she is 1 year old. I was just
    wondering if my amstaff will still remember me and act same when we were
    together even if see each other one’s a week?

    I do hope for your reply sir. Please respect my post.

    Thank you.
    

  10. Thank you for your reply sir. And can you give me any tips that i can do to
    make me and my amstaff closer when im with her even we see each other one’s
    a week?

  11. My Amstaff pup is very nippy and bitey. Apparently they grow out of it when
    they get their adult teeth? She can be a beautiful girl but when she gets
    excited or playful she bites. I’ve got scratches and bites everywhere. 

  12. What a great video. Very helpful and formative. I’m a happy and proud owner
    of a new Amstaff puppy that I adopted a week ago. He is a handful however
    I’ve begun training him and I’m impressed at his ability to obey me so
    soon. I’m looking to my new life with my new Amstaff baby.

  13. Hey mate nice pup . My blue girl looks exactly like him , did you get him
    from andonas kennels ??? 

  14. loved the video I learnt a lot of information on the Amstaff. I just want
    to ask you, would this dog be suitable for a sixteen year old as as i am
    thinking of getting one for my son as my son really want to get an Amstaff?

  15. How do you get them to do tricks in environments with more stimulus, like
    in public/ dog parks?

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