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I just read the part about the Pitt jumping on you. That, to me, if your boy considers you "one of his" would be cause for him to act out at the Pitt. I believe that was the cause for his aggression towards her. I know many dogs that have a great temperament but when their area, people or themselves are threatened, they act on it.
I think this was likely an isolated incident and I wouldn't be concerned with your boy's behavior as much as the behavior of the Pitt. I would not allow my dogs around her anymore, period.
I don't think the fact that he is intact is an issue. I think the other dog is the one with the issue. Your dog was likely tired of the Pitt's behavior.