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Kiedy jednak zaczyna mnie oślepiło artyści opustoszałe jednak spojrzeć słodko inexperienced dog owner. While the breed standard for the says that he should be docile and obedient with his family, extremely tolerant with children, and calm and self-assured new situations, he doesn't come that way. This dog is large, powerful, intelligent, active, and headstrong. He also has outstanding courage, determination, and bravery. A needs a leader who can develop and manage all of those characteristics by guiding the dog with firmness and consistency but without using force or cruelty. Early, frequent socialization is essential. Purchase a puppy from a breeder who raises the pups the home and ensures that they are exposed to different household sights and sounds, as well as people. Continue socializing your throughout his life by taking him to puppy kindergarten class, on visits with friends and neighbors, and on outings to local shops and businesses. It is the only way he can learn to be discriminating, recognizing what is normal and what is truly a threat. That said, no amount of socialization make him friendly toward everyone. Begin training as as you bring your Brasileiro puppy home, while he is still at a manageable size. Try a nothing--life-is-free program, requiring him to perform a command before receiving meals, toys, treats, or play. It's always a good idea to take a to puppy kindergarten followed by basic obedience class, especially if you are working with a trainer who understands the Brasileiro mindset. Like other dogs, Brasileiro puppies are inveterate chewers and, because of their size, can do a whole lot of damage. 't give them run of the house until they've reached maturity. Keep your Brasileiro puppy busy with training, play, and socialization experiences. A bored Brasileiro is a destructive Brasileiro, taking up digging, chewing, and other undesirable behaviors. The was created to work on large plantations and ranches Brazil. He guarded against thieves, helped wrangle cattle, protected livestock from jaguars and other predators, and hunted down escapees during slavery times. His MO is to grab his quarry by the neck and hold it until his owner arrives. The Mastiff, the Bulldog, and the Bloodhound were likely used to develop the The breed is not recognized by the American Kennel Club or the United Kennel Club. The 's intense temperament is not for everyone. While he is affectionate and docile with his family, even children, he is instinctively possessive and territorial and doesn't take kindly to strangers. He is a fierce protector of his family and property. 't expect him to be friendly with people he doesn't know or very often, including your child's playmates, who not be safe from a if he decides that roughhousing is threatening his child. The is highly active and needs a job to do, which can be anything from walking on a leash to daily training activities. He not be satisfied to lie around and do nothing. Because of his high prey drive, he must be prevented from chasing and killing cats or small dogs and therefore needs a strong, solid fence at least six feet high to keep him on his own property. underground electric fence is not appropriate for this breed. Start training your puppy the day you bring him home. Even at eight weeks old, he is capable of soaking up everything you can teach him. 't wait until he is 6 months old to begin training or you have a more headstrong dog to deal with. If possible, get him into puppy kindergarten class by the time he is 10 to 12 weeks old, and socialize, socialize, socialize. However, be aware that puppy training classes require certain vaccines to be up to date, and veterinarians recommend limited exposure to other dogs and public places until puppy vaccines have been completed. In lieu of formal training, you can begin training your puppy at home and socializing him among family and friends until puppy vaccines are completed.. All dogs have the potential to develop genetic health problems, just as all people have the potential to inherit disease. Run from any breeder who does not offer a health guarantee on puppies, who tells you that the breed has no known problems, or who keeps puppies isolated from the main part of the household for health reasons. A reputable breeder be honest and open about health problems the breed and the incidence with which they occur. A health problem that has been seen the is hip dysplasia. The breed also be prone to gastric torsion. Filas that be bred should have their hips X-rayed and graded by a veterinary orthopedic specialist at 2 years of age. Ask the