Pit bulls are an incredibly popular breed, and there is a lot of misinformation about the breed. From the fact that they are naturally aggressive to whether or not they feel pain, let’s dig into some of the common myths about pit bulls.
Mini Pit Bulls, or “Pocket Pit Bulls” or "Micro Bully", is a type of dog that is rapidly rising in popularity. With their smaller size and low maintenance features, it’s a great addition to any family. Keep reading to learn some key things before you adopt a Mini Pit Bull.
Puppies are the cutest, no matter their breed. There’s just something about how clumsy they are and the way they’re nibbling on your hand playing one second and passed out in your lap sleeping the next. As any dog owner knows, though, puppies have to be taught very early that biting is not an acceptable form of play.
Whether you are a Pitbull lover or a hater (and we’re definitely the former) it would be hard to deny that their reputation over the last century and a half has been a roller coaster of ups and downs.
1. Take your pit bull to a puppy training.
The classes are great for socialization with all kinds of dogs and people and situations that you wouldn’t encounter otherwise. It will also helps your pittie learn how to interact with dogs that aren’t as well behaved.
Pitbull puppies are adorable which makes them a popular choice for adopters. They are also readily available at most animal shelters. While shelter dogs are often a pitbull mix, a popular style of pitbull people look to breeders for is the merle. This coloring is often referred to as dappled or mottled. Today we’re breaking down what to know about this particular type of pit.
We’re on record as being big fans of pit bulls, one of the most affectionate and personality-rich dog breeds you will find anywhere. We know that one of the biggest problems with pit bulls isn’t their behavior, but the misconceptions so many people have about them and the stereotypes the media have built up.
As someone rightly said on one of the Internet’s many pit bull forums, if there’s an incident when one of these guys is around “The Pittie will ALWAYS be blamed, no matter what.” Which is why it pains us to say what we are about to say: you really should avoid taking a pit bull to a dog park.
Thinking about adopting your first dog and want a pit bull? Learn more about the breed and what’s required to raise a happy one. There are factors to consider before adopting this lovable breed!.
Pit Bulls get a bad rap unfortunately. These dogs were bred as fighting dogs, and the media has portrayed them as aggressive. While some pit bulls have been associated with severe injuries to other dogs and even people, the vast majority of pit bulls are loving family members who just want to please their owners.
Some dogs have naturally short tails. Other breeds, however, have their tails shortened through a procedure called docking. The practice has existed since at least Roman times for a variety of reasons. This hotly debated topic rarely sees middle-of-the-road positions. People are either for or against docking. Let’s explore docking so that you can form an opinion on this surgery.