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Experts: Training makes difference in pit bulls

Disciplined pit bulls make good family pets, dog experts say

6:22 PM, Jul. 30, 2013
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JJ, a muscular, 84-pound pit bull, spent an afternoon last week playing football with five children ages 1 to 16 and a Chihuahua, in his owner, Tammy Sterzinger's, Marshfield backyard.

Sterzinger described JJ as four-legged member of the family who loves going for walks, chewing on ropes, swimming and sleeping. He shakes hands, sits, rolls over and speaks.

Despite JJ's friendly, obedient demeanor, pit bulls have a reputation as aggressive dogs. ...

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