How to Care for Adult PitBull

Pit Bulls can always be such wonderful family pets. They can develop very mutual and strong kind of relationship with their owners. In fact, they might become your devoted friend for life! Still, it does not come as easy as asking them getting the ball for you. It needs a lot of quality time as well as care if you want to earn their loyalty and devotion. Continue reading

How to Train Your Pit Bull to be Aggressive

Pit Bulls are naturally featured by intimidating appearance. People often mistakenly recognize them as aggressive dogs. In fact, they are more into kindhearted one. It is true that they can be aggressive to other dogs or animals. But, the job of being nice to human, they get no problems! If you want them to be a watchdog, then you might ignore all that face feature first. In a case of the Blue Nose Pit Bull, for instance, they can even stay quiet to strangers. Not necessarily stays quiet to intruders but their tender heart often makes them so calm facing new people. Continue reading

How to Care For Pitbull Puppy

Some people prefer adopting or purchasing Pit Bull puppy to adults. They say it is relatively easier to take care of baby Pit Bull rather than the adult ones. It is, in fact, easier to shape Pit Bull’s personalities since they are babies. Besides, it is a greater chance to get a stronger bonding with Pit Bulls if we get along with them since they are little. Continue reading

Maintain Your Pit bulls Hair Healthy and Shiny

Having lustrous and gleaming coat is every dog’s owner joy to behold. There is nothing could beat the beautifully glossy Pit Bull walking happily in the midday sun. Pit Bulls’ coats are characterized by a short, flat, and tight to the skin. Apparently, it needs less effort to maintain its health as well as shine. It seems like it doesn’t require too often care or such grooming regime, am I right? Continue reading

How to Kill Fleas on Your Beasties Pit Bulls

Fleas, the small little creature that often give every dog’s owner headache. Their small size doesn’t go along with the trouble it makes to our canine companions.

It is very common among animals with fur to suffer from fleas’ colonization. In a case of dogs, they can be infected by fleas as they roam the garden or as they socialize with other dogs with fleas. Frankly, any breeds of dogs could suffer this fleas attack, including your fellow stocky canine buddy, pit bulls. Continue reading