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How To Take Care Of A Pitbull Puppy

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A pitbull puppy is very adorable. If you are getting one anytime soon, make sure that you have a list of “how to’s” that will help you take care of your new puppy.  Before proceeding to the tips on how to take care of your Pitbull puppies, you have to get to know more about their types.

Brindle Pitbull Puppies

These pitbull pups are one of the most beautiful pitbulls! Their coat is made up of several shades, normally with tiger-like stripes. This is one of the most common pitbull coats you could find.

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Red Nose Pitbull Puppies

Red nose pitbull pups do not have literally red nose. But, it has a reddish nose or a copper-red nose. Another physical attributes that these type of Pitbull could have is its red lips, red toenails, and yellowish-brown eyes.

Blue Pitbull Puppies

These types of pitbulls are very rare and this is what most common pitbull owners would like to have. They normally stand out because of their blue coats or noses.

White pitbull Puppies

These Pitbull pups got its name from its color. Most of its coat is white or pure white. They look classy and so adorable.

Training pitbull puppies can be twice as challenging as training adult ones. Most babies, even for dogs mostly do not listen to anyone and they need sensitive stomach dog food. Therefore be extra cautious and pack lots and lots of patience.

So how do you start your training?

Let everyone else know that you will be raising a pitbull pup. This will help them understand the breed of the dog you are getting so that they would be able to help you in raising one.  Inform them is not for the purpose of warning them, but to let them be aware of the myths that might affect their treatment of the dog.

Let your dog play and exercise.

Keeping  pitbull pups active so that they can play, exercise and joy. It will make them strong.

Let them socialize.

Pitbulls puppies should be allowed to see other people and other animals, especially those that are in your house or within your neighborhood. This will help you get to know the traits of your pitbull and correct them as early as you can.

Do not let them out of your yard. 

Unsupervised socialization of pitbulls, especially during early stage can lead to trouble. Dogs by nature are territorial. Excited playful pit pups can be in danger of getting hurt, which will affect their behavior in the future.

Author:Milly Keenan