Friday, June 13, 2014

Everything You Need to Know about Blue Pitbull Puppies

Are you in love with blue pitbulls? It can be tempting to get one as soon as you find blue pitbull puppies for sale; however, getting any kind of pet is going to be a transition, and getting blue pitbulls requires some extra thought. Knowing what to look for in terms of the dog and breeder, as well as how you'll need to train your new pet is crucial. Here is some essential information that we at Iron King Kennels really think you need to know:

The breeder makes a difference

Everything a pitbull puppy learns in its first few months either comes from its mother or from its breeder. That means breeders have a huge impact on not only the health, but also the future behavior of a bull. When someone is offering blue pitbull puppies for sale, you should find out whether they are a professional breeder, whether they work with their dogs full time or just as a side gig, how they treat the dogs, and how much outdoor space and time the animals have.

Blue pitbull puppies have their own quirks and personalities

All pitbulls share certain characteristics and that includes blue pitbull puppies. Pitbulls as a breed are unfairly known for a fast temper and aggressive behavior, but this is a myth that stems from a long history of mistreated pitbulls. The reality is that pitbulls are strong, but gentle dogs who, if properly trained, are as safe as any other breed. Blue pitbull puppies have their own take on the bull personality, and are known for being extremely intelligent and lively. Sometimes, blue pitbull puppies can come across as a bit jumpy, but this goes hand in hand with their adventurous natures and their great curiosity about the world around them.

Blue pitbulls should never be taken from their mothers too early

If a puppy is less than ten weeks old, it's too young to be taken from its mother! We know that when people set out to adopt a dog, they can't wait to get their baby bull home, but a breeder should never let them go before ten weeks. They need this time to learn key personality traits from their mother, and to feel safe and comfortable in the world. If they are taken too early, it can lead to temperament issues later.

Puppies should be introduced to other creatures

During puppyhood, it's a great idea to introduce baby pitbulls to other animals like cats. The best way to do this is to let the two animals see each other without physical contact first, then let them interact together later with supervision. This is also a good way to introduce your puppy to children.

Praise and rewards are the best training

Discipline is key to raising a well-behaved pitbull puppy, but hitting is not the way to do it! The best training is to show pitbulls what you want them to do and then reward them with praise and treats when they succeed.

If you are interested in taking home one of our delightful blue pitbull puppies, call or contact us at Iron King Kennels today! We can give you all the information you need to become the responsible owner of a loving pet. 

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