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Sudden Aggression

hello, so recently my roommates dog, who's in her room 24 hours a day, with limited socializing, walking, playing. she has suddenly become aggressive. when walking into her room the dog will growl and bark.
another instance I was sitting on the couch watching TV, no signs of fear would indicated. and the dog walks out of room towards me and starts growling and barking..
what do i need to tell my roommate and is this beautiful pitbull seeming as though she will "snap" sooon....


Chi Super Dog
You need to tell your roommate that keeping a dog in a room for 24 hours a day is unacceptable. This breed needs a lot exercise. And tell your roommate to take the dog to the vet to make sure there are no medical issues.

What is the reason for keeping the dog in a room for 24 hours a day?


Little Dog
This is not sudden aggression. This is a totally frustrated dog that’s near to its breaking point. Tell your roommate to stop abusing and illtreating her dog and look after it properly.