Both of these breeds need early positive based training and management. Huskies tend to be independent and are not the type to obey commands just because you say so. They are not good off leash even with training, and can have high prey drive with small animals. Pits can be dog aggressive, and being terriers can have strong willed, dominant traits. It would be really good for you to get the puppy in reward based puppy training classes as soon as it has had the second puppy shot. Find a trainer who is a behavior in dog behavior and understands various breeds, and can work with you to help raise the puppy the right way. Avoid trainers who don't know much more than how to use a choke chain and make a dog sit. Usually the best trainers will not work at places like Petsmart, but will have their own classes and facilities.
Answered by paws4hisglory - 5/10/2012 2:19:14 PM