Monday, May 19, 2014

What to Look for In Blue Pitbull Puppies

If you love blue pitbulls, you are not alone. Pitbulls are popular, and blues are among the most popular of all. But when you see an ad for blue pitbull puppies for sale, it can be hard to know whether you should trust the seller. Thinking of adopting? At Iron King Kennels, we want all of our customer experiences to be good ones that lead to long relationships. To that end, we have provided the following recommendations so that you can get the right companion the first time and not take any chances with dicey so-called "breeders." 

Here's what to look for in blue pitbulls:

1.  They're from a reputable breeder – Not all breeders are created equal. Everyone knows that blue pitbulls have a devoted following and that means that anyone with a couple of blue pitbulls might try to make money advertising the puppies. But going to a professional breeder makes a real difference. Professional breeders give more time and attention to the dogs and can account for how they are treated, trained, and raised. Amateur breeders are more likely to keep the bulls in kennels for most of the day (while they're gone at their day job), may give them lower quality or undocumented care, and in some cases may not even be selling real blue pitbulls. Trust the professionals.

2.  The breeder specializes in blue nosed bulls – Like any variety of dogs, blue nosed pitbulls have their own distinct personality traits and quirks. Of course they have many similarities to other pitbull types, but they also have some subtle differences. If it's possible, focus your search on experienced breeders who specialize in blue pitbulls. These breeders will know more about how to take care of young blues to ensure the best-trained adults with the easiest temperaments.

3.  No early adoptions – It's understandable that you want to get your puppy home as soon as possible, but a reliable breeder will not let blue pitbull puppies go home before 10 weeks of age. These early weeks are crucial for mental and emotional development. A dog that is taken away from familiar surroundings and faces too early can develop lifelong behavior tics that are hard to cope with. Professional breeders understand this and will not let the puppies go early.

4.  The puppies are introduced to a variety of experiences – The most well-adjusted blue pitbull puppies will be gradually introduced and acclimated to a variety of other creatures and experiences including children, cats, babies, and other forms of stimulation they're likely to encounter in their future homes. The best pitbull owners focus on giving young puppies these experiences to prepare them, before putting blue pitbull puppies up for sale.

By choosing the best puppies from a responsible and knowledgeable breeder like Iron King Kennels, you can ensure that your pet is healthy, happy, and ready for their new home. Remember, you should always ask questions about the dogs you are considering and the breeders you are getting them from, so please call us at: 1-352-857-9007. We would love to talk to you!

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