I have a male 10 month old pitbull and a male 5 month old pitbull. They have the same mother and father. They are very nice personalities now and they get along fine. Will this change as they get older? Will they fight to be the dominant one?
Neutering won't eliminate a show of dominance, but it DOES lessen the need to actually come to blows about it. Is one particularily submissive? That in itself will keep a fight at bay...he won't feel the need to compete, and his body language says it to the more dominant dog...With a Pitbull, or any other dominant breed (GSD's, Rotties, Dobes, BIT's)...YOU need to be the calm and assertive dominant pack leader...they'll appreciate it...
I don't have pitbulls but I think if they get along now they will continue to. but becareful and take good care of them. teach them to be nice when apropriet early and agressive only at the right people. give them a lot of attention, that will keep them good, walk them together and don't give one more attention than the other or they'll get jelous of eachother and that could cause a fight
you need to let them know right now that YOU are their leader. make it known that youare the pack leader, get them neutered, and as long as they are good now they will probably make a habbit out of getting along well forever.
They are really spoiled, eat from the same food bowl, sleep in the same dog basket, dont bark and have not chewed anything in the house. It seems too good to be true?
Neuter...it will help and don't wait until they are grown, do it now...