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Hi my boyfriend's son has an XL bully he's really big and strong but such a loving dog we have him a lot he can open doors goes too the sink when he wants a drink cupboard when he wants food sits and makes a wining noise when he wants too go out also gives each front paw when he's Avin a treat he's soo well trained for such a big dog but he's taken a dislike too other dogs when out walking is there anything we can use too stop this please he's soo strong you have too sit on him xx
 

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Michele

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The breed can be dog aggressive. You can bring some "high value" treats with you on walks. Train the dog to sit when there is another dog there and only give the treat when he is sitting and calm.