I am worried is my cane corso pittbull mix going to be aggresive???

by Joyce

My friend let me have a 3 month old female corso cane mox pittbull.She is bitting real hard.I try to cotrect her by saying no bitting,holding her mouth like a muzzle saying "No bitting", sprayed with water etc.Nothung works,It seems that when i try to correct her she jumps and acts aggresive bitting me.She barks and bites.Im worried.Is this normal puppy behavior?Will this go away?

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