Expert Wants People to Know That the Right Pitbulls and Right Circumstances Produce a Great Family Pet
Pet expert expounds on why Pitbulls get a bad rap, and how to change the purebred dog’s image.
September 18th, 2020
Each new decade has brought us a dog to fear. The Doberman Pinscher, the German Shepherd, the Rottweiler; each of these was a dog people were supposed to fear and avoid. In the present decade, the general populace has been told that the latest dog to fear is the Pitbull.
However, one pet expert believes that Pitbulls are not raging masses of flesh-tearing beasts. Instead, the expert argues for the Pitbull, particularly black Pitbull black and white pitbull, red nose pitbull and brindle pitbull. Why is this expert so certain these dogs will not attack and harm family members, friends or neighbors?
This expert argues that while the Pitbull has had some sketchy moments and is often verboten where homeowner’s insurance is concerned, it can still be retrained out of the behavior for which its ancestors were trained. As a fighting dog in dog pits, this dog was meant to do exactly what people fear, but in the right and caring hands of pet owners this purebred dog is an ideal pet. It is faithful to and protecting of its family and extremely playful and affectionate.
The expert expounds on how pitbull puppies should be raised and trained from the very start and how pitbull puppies of the purebred persuasion (and not mixed breed) become the loveliest dogs. Persuading pet lovers to ultimately reconsider that the right diet, training, socialization from puppyhood and effective, frequent exercise are all key to getting the gentlest pet and sweetest dog a family could ever own is what the online columnist and pet expert wants you to know.
The temperament of these dogs remains constant only when they receive a lot of attention and socialization. A big part of why a Pitbull may become aggressive is that it is left alone too long, it is depressed and angry, or it has been ill-treated or experienced negligence. The expert cautions adopting an older Pitbull that may have been rescued from puppy mills or left out in a kennel most of its life. That is not to say the rescue animal won’t make a good pet. It is only that adopting a Pitbull from a shelter may be a bit of a risk and possibly a mixed breed, which is often more dangerous than a purebred Pitbull.
Many famous people have also had Pitbulls as pets without any severe harm or dog attacks occurring. One such celebrity, Cesar Milan, is quoted as saying:
“My kids are around pit bulls every day. In the ’70s they blamed Dobermans, in the ’80s they blamed German Shepherds, in the ’90s they blamed the Rottweiler. Now they blame the Pit Bull.”
Those curious to know more about the purebred black Pitbull should also know that the coat color often denotes the pure bloodlines of a dog. The expert tells you exactly how to find a purebred and why you should avoid a mixed breed Pitbull. Coat colors synonymous with the purebred are limited to the four colors/patterns previously mentioned; red nose Pitbull, brindle Pitbull, black Pitbull black and white Pitbull. The black Pitbull is the most common.
The website of this expert is called Happy Tails. It is a source of quality information on everything from holistic pet health to raw food diets to animals and breeds of specific animals. The purpose of this site is to teach animal lovers more about being a good pet owner, choosing a pet, training a pet, and making good, healthy choices for an animal. The owner and blogger intends for visitors to the site to gain greater knowledge through the information provided.
If you would like to know more about Pitbulls, or you have other pet topics of interest and questions you want answered, you can visit HappyTails.com. If you specifically want to read the Pitbull article, you can find it at https://happytails.tips/black-pitbull-nothing-but-love/.
Originally published at https://happytails.tips on September 9, 2020.
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