When it comes to aggressive behavior towards people, Pitbulls are no different than any other dog breed. While they may be at the top of the list when it comes to aggressiveness towards other dogs, they are not at the top of the list when it comes to aggression towards humans. Studies have presented conflicting data on whether or not Pitbulls are more aggressive than other breeds, with some suggesting that they are and others finding that breed does not determine a dog's propensity for aggression. It is important to remember that any dog, regardless of breed, can bite if provoked.
However, Pitbulls have a strong jaw and determination that can make their bites more dangerous and cause more serious injuries. This means that Pitbull attacks are more likely to be reported than those of smaller breeds like Chihuahuas, which may only cause minor injuries that can be treated at home. The media has also played a role in perpetuating the idea that Pitbulls are dangerous, as many shocking
Pitbullattacks have made headlines over the years. However, it is important to remember that these reports may be biased due to the fact that Pitbulls are larger and their attacks are more likely to be reported.
Recent studies have supported the claim that Pitbulls are aggressive, but it is important to remember that any dog can become aggressive if provoked.