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Why It Is Essential To Crate Train Your Pit Bull Terrier Puppy Dog
Once you become the owner of a Pit Bull puppy, you will also acquire many new responsibilities as well. One thing that all new owners should do is crate train their puppies. Crate training can be very beneficial to both owner and puppy when done correctly. Crate training will make your first few weeks as a dog owner much easier and more enjoyable. By crate training your new Pit Bull puppy, not only will you have a house-broken puppy in less time, your puppy will have its own space during that...

Train Your Pit Bull Terrier: Whistle Dog Training
Pit Bulls are an intelligent breed that can be taught nearly anything, as long as they have a good trainer. Having a good trainer doesn’t necessarily mean a trainer that you hired. Many Pit Bull owners are finding that their pets not only are eager to learn, but they also gain much when they opt to train their Pit Bull themselves. Owners who opt to be their dog’s trainer will find that they enjoy spending the extra time with their beloved pet. Many methods of training exist, and just which...

Dog Health Checkups Are Essential For The Health Of Your Pit Bull Terrier
All responsible dog owners know that when your pet shows signs of feeling ill or gets injured that it's time for a visit to the veterinarian. Naturally, it is important to take your pet to the vet when there is a problem, but many people forget the importance of taking their pets to the doctor when they are healthy! Taking your Pit Bull to the vet for routine well check-ups and vaccinations can prevent many serious medical conditions, and treat others early on before they have a chance to...

Vaccinating Your Pit Bull Terrier: Keeping Your Dog Healthy
There are many different vaccines available today that can prevent infection and disease in your Pit Bull. Vaccines are also available that can help keep many diseases and infections from severely affecting your dogs’ health. Vaccination will boost your Pit Bull’s immune system to help him be less susceptible to these diseases. Most veterinarians recommend beginning vaccinating your Pit Bull at around eight weeks of age, and continuing every four weeks until around eighteen weeks old....

Tips For Housebreaking Your Pit Bull Terrier Puppy Dog
House-breaking your Pit Bull puppy requires a lot of time, effort, and patience on the part of the owner. There is no set time-frame on when your puppy will be able to do this, or how long it will take, you just have to start a routine and stick with it until it is finished. Many owners lose patience with their dogs due to problems that often arise during the house breaking process. It is important to just work through them as they come, and to remember not to punish your puppy, but work...

Choosing The Right Dog Bed For Your Pit Bull Terrier
When you bring your Pit Bull puppy home, it is important that you provide him with the things he needs. You will probably purchase a kennel, food and accessories, toys, etc. To ensure he is comfortable and help give him a sense of security, you should also purchase or provide him with a bed. Your Pit Bull will probably prefer sleeping with you, but that is not always a good idea. You shouldn’t give a new pet free reign of the house, for both obvious reasons, and for your pet’s safety. Most...

The Real Pit Bull Terrier Dog: Exposing The Myths
When many people think of Pit Bulls, they automatically think of all the bad things they have heard about them. While Pit Bulls can be aggressive, they have great ability to be a loving, devoted pet to a caring owner. Caring owners should become familiar with their pets personality traits, and learn how to deal with them. Pit Bulls that are raised with owners who love them and give them the attention they crave, do very well at suppressing their aggressiveness and turn out to be very tame,...

Protect Your Pit Bull Terrier Dog From Heat Exhaustion
As Pit Bulls are highly energetic dogs that love to run and play outside, it is important to learn about heat exhaustion. Familiarizing yourself with the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion could help you save your Pit Bulls life. The first mistake many pet owners make is assuming that heat exhaustion will only occur during the hottest summer months, when actually it can occur at anytime of the year. Of course, the higher the temperature is, the more likely your dog is to suffer from an...

Pit Bull Terrier Dog Training Tips
It is the responsibility of every dog owner to do everything they can to make sure their dog is well behaved. This is doubly true of Pit Bull owners, due to the often negative rep that Pit Bulls have. Any action they take is not the fault of the dog, but usually of the owner. It is important that you are devoted and loving to your Pit Bull, and that you do everything you can to ensure he is a well behaved pet. If you get your Pit Bull when he is a puppy, you should begin training him when he...

Pit Bull Terriers: What Are The Best Dog Toys?
It is important to provide your Pit Bull with toys that are safe for him. Due to the strength and aggression that Pit Bulls naturally have, it is often hard for owners to find suitable toys that are strong enough to hold up to the dog. Many Pit Bulls are also hard to please when it comes to toys, they want just the right size, shape, and texture, or they won’t have anything to do with it. Purchasing toys that are Pit Bull suitable can get expensive, but can often help prevent your Pit Bull...

Pit Bull Terriers And Separation Anxiety: Understanding Your Dog
As any Pit Bull owner will tell you, Pit Bulls are very social and crave a lot of time and attention from their owners. They are very devoted and loving. Pit Bulls often have a hard time coping when their owners have to leave them alone. Your Pit Bull doesn’t understand that although you love him very much, you cannot stay with him all of the time. It is important to train them well, so that they can better deal with this separation anxiety. Pit bulls will often suffer from separation...

Pit Bull Terrier Puppies And Excessive Barking: Dog Training Tips
As an owner of a Pit Bull puppy, you have probably already encountered one of his annoying habits, barking. Dogs bark for various reasons, and there is no one solution to solve the problem. Many Pit Bulls bark at night, bark when you are away from home, bark at the ringing telephone, and some just bark all of the time. The easiest way to stop your Pit Bull puppy from barking at nighttime is just to ignore him. Your Pit Bull puppy has probably learned he will gain your attention if he barks...

Pit Bull Terrier Myths: Not Really The Dog You've Heard Them To Be
Pit Bulls are undeniably the most controversial canine pet at the current time. They are the first to be pulled into the media limelight, as anything they are accused of makes headlines people eagerly wish to read. Sadly, the Pit Bulls who have actually harmed humans are dogs who have been neglected and not properly trained. Along with unfit owners, the myths which are perpetuated by the unlearned about Pit Bulls give the dog an undue bad reputation. Some of the more popular myths concerning...

Leash Training Your Pit Bull Terrier: Dog Training Advice
As a loving and caring Pit Bull owner, you will undoubtedly spend a lot of your time in training your dog. You will probably do some crate training, obedience training, maybe even agility training. But, one of the most enjoyable things you can do for your Pit Bull is leash training. He may not think very highly of it at first, but once he has the hang of it, your outside time with him will be much more enjoyable for you both. Leash training is also an important step in training your Pit Bull...

Pit Bull Terrier Dog Grooming Tips And Advice
Keeping your Pit Bull healthy can be a full-time job. He requires lots of love and attention, routine well check-ups with the veterinarian, teeth cleaning, and training. A big part of your time will be spent on keeping your Pit Bull clean and neatly groomed. Grooming and cleanliness will not only make your Pit Bull more appealing to the eye, but can help make him healthier. Grooming is also a good way to get extra bonding time in with your Pit Bull, making you have a better dog-owner...

Crate Training Your Pit Bull Terrier Dog
Before crate training your Pit Bull puppy, you'll need to acquire a crate. There are many types and variations of crates available for purchase. It is important to pick the type of crate that will best suit the needs of both you and your puppy. You should also take into consideration the size of your dog now, and how large he may be when fully grown to avoid having to purchase more than one crate. It is also important to remember that the crate will be his own individual space, and you want...

Agility Dog Training And Pit Bull Terriers
Spending time training your Pit Bull can be very rewarding and fun for you both. It helps build a stronger bond between dog and owner that is important for the happiness of both parties. There are many different types of training that you can choose to do with your Pit Bull, one such is agility training. Agility training is the process of teaching your dog to successfully navigate an obstacle course. If the training is successful, your pet should be able to do it by only listening to and...

How Smart Are Pit Bull Terrier Dogs?
People say a lot of things about Pit Bulls, but you never hear them talk much about the intelligence of this particular breed. Fact is you’ll never hear anything about the intelligence of this animal, unless you are in the company of Pit bull owners. Anyone who has owned one of these fascinating dogs will tell you straight up that the Pit bull is a very smart dog indeed. Pit Bulls are fairly quick to learn, but they also have a certain stubborn streak which is a direct result of their...

How Is Your Pit Bull’s Diet?: Dog Nutrition Tips
Part of being a loving, responsible Pit Bull owner is providing him with the proper diet to ensure he stays healthy. Many owners believe just because they purchase the most expensive brands of dog food for their Pit Bull that he is getting all of the vitamins and nutrients he needs, but often times, that is not the case. Humans can’t meet all of their nutritional requirements by eating one particular food, and neither can your Pit Bull. You are the one who is in control of this day to day...

Housebreaking Your Pit Bull Terrier: Puppy Dog Training
Housebreaking any new pet can often be a daunting challenge, and housebreaking your Pit Bull puppy will be no exception. It is a necessary step that you as a dog owner must take if you intend your Pit Bull to be an indoor pet, but one that many owners dread. The earlier you start training your dog the better, and many veterinarians recommend starting housebreaking at around eight weeks old. Pit Bulls tend to learn well by repetition, so it is important to develop a daily routine and stick to...

Dog History: The Pit Bull Terrier
Most modern Pit Bulls are believed to be descended from European bull dogs and different breeds of mastiffs that were once used in farm work. The mastiffs were known for their strength and power, so they were primarily used to help farmers with their bulls when it was time to bring them in from the fields. The mastiff became known as the bulldog. The dog’s main purpose was to protect the farmer from being gored by an enraged bull. The dog usually accomplished this task by biting onto the bull...

Heartworms And Your Pit Bull Terrier: Dog Health Advice
One of the most devastating parasites which may threaten your Pit Bull is the heartworm. These nasty creatures can linger in your pet for years before dealing a death blow to your Pit Bull. Heartworms are treatable, but it is best to use a protective stance rather than wait for infection to occur. This disease is not spread from pet to pet via contact, but by another nasty creature we all know as the mosquito. The mosquito is a necessary link in the transfer of the disease. The number of dogs...

Dog Dental Heath Care For Your American Pit Bull Terrier
One of the most often overlooked areas in care of Pit Bulls involves dental health. It is important not only in caring for his teeth, but in also protecting his overall well being. Being able to chew food properly affects digestion, which can lead to all kinds of health problems for your Pit Bull. Learning how to care for your Pit Bull’s dental health needs at home can save you a lot of out of pocket expense over your Pit Bull’s lifetime. Believe it or not, you should try to brush your dog’s...

Does My Pit Bull Look Fat To You?: Dog Health Information
Let’s face it, we love our pets. Sometimes that love can lead pet owners to pamper their pets just a little too much when it comes to food and treats. This over indulgence has the same effects on our pets as it does on us when we over eat or snack a little too often, we get fat. If you add in not getting enough exercise, then it is a problem compounded. Yes, pets too can suffer from being obese. Statistics show that one in four pets weigh in the overweight or obese category. It is a problem...

Choosing Your New Pit Bull Puppy: Dog Advice
Making the decision to add a Pit Bull terrier to your household can be difficult. There are several things that should be taken into account before you go buy your puppy. You should do some research into the breed, so that you can learn all about the personality traits characteristic of Pit Bull terriers. It would also be beneficial to learn about behavior traits, and proper care of the dog so that you can be prepared before you bring your new puppy home. And of course, you must decide if you...

Before You Decide To Breed Pit Bull Puppies: Dog Breeding Advice
If you are contemplating breeding Pit Bull puppies, it is important that you take the steps necessary to become a responsible breeder. There is more to being a breeder than just creating puppies. It is important to be a breeder that really cares for the dogs, not just one that is doing it only for monetary purposes. You should always have the best interest of your Pit Bulls at heart. Before considering breeding any dog, it is imperative that it be up to date on all vaccinations, and should...

Before You Bring Your New Pit Bull Puppy Home: Dog Owner Advice
There are several things one should consider before adding a Pit Bull terrier to your household. As with any and all breeds of dogs, Pit Bulls have their own individual quirks and personalities that should be researched and considered thoroughly before adding a Pit Bull puppy to your family. You also will need to make sure that you have time for a puppy in your life, as they crave lots of love and attention, and don’t do as well in busy families where they aren’t able to get that. You...

American Pit Bull Terrier: Is It The Right Dog Breed For You?
If you’re thinking about owning a Pit Bull terrier, it is important to understand the characteristics of the breed as well as your current lifestyle. Caring for a Pit Bull is a long-term commitment that needs to be taken seriously, not just a simple hobby that you participate in when time permits. Unfortunately it is very difficult for many dogs to find a second home in the event that their owners “change their minds” and decide they don’t want a dog after all. The situation is even worse...

Crate Training Your American Pit Bull Terrier: Will It Help Your Dog?
Crate training is one of the most often misunderstood dog training techniques. Many questions often come up when discussing the topic of crate training such as: “How can I use crate training to teach my dog to behave?”, “What are the pros and cons of crate training?”, and “Is crate training safe to use as part of my overall dog training program?” This article will definitely help you understand crate training and what it will do to you Pit Bull terrier. After you’re done reading, I’m...

Dog Tips: Learn How To Read Your Pit Bull Terrier
Dog training is an art and there are right ways to go about it, as well as wrong ways. An often overlooked aspect of dog training is how your dog communicates back to you. If you want to successfully train your American Pit Bull Terrier, you’ll have to work hard on understanding how he communicates with you. You’ll only be able to form a close bond where you understand your Pit and he understands you, when you can read his non-verbal body language. An excellent way to begin learning about...

Pit Bull Puppy Potty Training: 7 Important Things To Watch
Potty training your Pit Bull puppy the right way takes time and a lot of patience. Many different things come in to play as you are going through the housebreaking process. If you’ve been trying to housebreak your new Pit Bull terrier pup but have been having major problems, then this article is for you. It is very possible that you have missed some of the more important points when it comes to puppy potty training. To help you out, I’ve created the following list. Take a minute to read it...

How To Spot A Great Pit Bull Breeder: 7 Signs Of A Good Dog Breeder
If you’re searching for a Pit Bull terrier puppy but are unsure about where to look for one, this is an important article for you to read. Many people are afraid to ask questions when they speak with breeders and this is the first hurdle that you need to get over. It is vital for you to ask questions when you are speaking with different breeders. Below is a list that I’ve created of some very important things you should look for and ask of the Pit Bull terrier breeders you’re considering doing...

American Pit Bull Terrier Training: How To Train An Aggressive Dog
Aggressive Pit Bulls can become a very serious problem if not dealt with in a proper manner. New laws exist that state if a dog bites or attacks someone, the dog’s owner will be held responsible and the dog put down. This is just another reason that Pit Bull owners should invest the time and energy to properly train their dogs. There are many different reasons why a Pit Bull terrier may become aggressive. Here are a couple of the most common that I see: - Your dog may feel that his territory...

Pit Bull Puppy Problems: Dog Training Tips
There are a few different problems that are seen commonly in puppies who are six months of age or younger. These problems include submissive urination, urination when getting overly excited, and problems with nipping and chewing. If your Pit Bull terrier pup is having problems in any of these areas, don’t worry. I’m about to reveal exactly how to correct it. If your Pit Bull puppy tends to squat and urinate when you approach him, this is a problem with submissive urination. This behavior...

Pit Bull Terrier Dog Training: Lessons From An Expert
The number one, most basic dog training command is sit and come. Teaching your American Pit Bull Terrier these two commands is extremely important for him to learn. Both of these basic obedience training commands are used for many different reasons such as in competition or dog show and keeping him behaved when you have company. When walking your Pit Bull off leash, you expect him to come to you when called, not run around the park with you chasing after him shouting at him to “come back...

Pit Bull Terrier Obedience Training: Clicker Training
A very popular technique that is being used for Pit Bull terrier training is with the help of a "clicker". Clicker dog obedience training makes use of a small plastic box that has a metal button on top of it which makes a clicking sound once it is pressed. Clicker training is hit or miss, your Pit may react well and learn from it or he may decide otherwise. There have been a lot of success stories with clicker training. Canine training research has shown in many dog studies that the clicker...

Pit Bull Terrier Dog Agility Training
Entertaining your American Pit Bull Terrier with dog agility training is an excellent activity that can be fun for both you and your Pit. It is something that both of you can do together that will strengthen the dog-owner bond. Pit Bull agility training is one of the more advanced types of dog training, but it is certainly quite enjoyable. Dog agility is an activity that has become very popular in England, Australia, and the United STates. It consists of a main event with multiple dog courses...

Pit Bull Terrier Puppy Training: Potty Train Your Dog
Potty training your new American Pit Bull Terrier puppy is a necessary evil. Your dog needs to learn at an early age where to properly relieve himself. You can begin working with your pup at 8 weeks of age. Puppy potty training can sometimes prove to be a frustrating task. You must do the same routine every single day and it is important to give your puppy a lot of extra attention as this will make the house breaking process much easier. The house training process will take longer if you are...

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