- 3 years ago
it sounds like you’ve been more than patient & loving with this dog & I’m sorry this is happening. this kind of thing is always tough. i think the only thing anyone has suggested that you might be able to do is have the dog examined by a vet. it’s possible there might be an underlying health issue causing the dog to be aggressive. however, if he is that out of control, it might not be safe or possible for him to be examined properly. aside from a health problem, you’re going to have to put the dog down. sometimes this happens with pit bulls- it’s a fallacy of selective breeding- unpredictable and extreme aggression is something that comes up from time to time and it’s a difficult, if not impossible switch to flip off once it’s turned on. you can’t give the dog to someone else. you’ve taken amazing care of him and no one is going to be able to fix that problem in him. it will only result in someone else being hurt. the alternative to death is a life of isolation where he can’t hurt anyone, and that’s not good for a dog either. the humane thing and best thing to do is say goodbye and give him a good death.