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Pit Bull Terrier dog breed

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  • Country: U.S.A.
  • Group: Terrier
  • Weight: Male: 16-30 kg Females: 14-27 kg
  • Height: 50 cm
  • Colors: not verry easy, is stubborn
  • Training: intelligent and very trainable
  • Grooming: easy to groom
  • Health: generally healthy, beware on sunburn
  • Litter size: 5 - 10 puppies
  • Lifespan: 8 - 15 years
  • Other names: Pit Bull, Pitbull, Pit, Pit Terrier, Half and Half, Staffordshire Fighting Dog, Bull Baiter Dogs, Old Family Dog - the Irish name, Yankee Terrier - the Northern name, Rebel Terrier - the Southern name, American Pit Bull Terrier dog

Pit Bull Terrier dog
Origins

Around 1835 in the UK, breeders of dogs and set out to create the "ultimate fighting dog", best dog fight. To achieve this, the English bulldog was crossed with English terrier, which does not exist anymore.

In this scheme of cross appeared a small dog, compact and sturdy, weighing around 13-15 kg. Finally, the Spanish pointer was added to the breed improvement program to foster growth in height. Initially, the variety of color breed the most common was the striped.

In 1860, a breeder thought that creating a pure white Bull Terrier would be an interesting thing. He was right and once created, white bull terrier and quickly gained popularity.

Because of its white coat and courage, white bull terrier dog is known today as the White Cavalier (white knight). There is an unpleasant aspect to this variety of dogs: a large part of the white bull terriers can be born deaf. In 1936, it was decided that Bull Terrier and the colored white to be considered distinct varieties of the same breed.

Colored bull terrier can be any color or combinations of colors, except white. If white color is present, it must not be dominant.

Food Pit Bull Terrier

For a healthy diet for your dog it is recommended to diversify food. You can put lefume based on fruits, but remember that one of the biggest sources of protein is meat.

Beef, chicken and fish are recommended, but properly cooked and boneless. Bones, especially chicken bones, boiled dog burst data in chips and swallowed once pierce the animal's stomach. Opinions are divided whether or not to give him dog raw meat. Personally I think can be included in dog food, but in moderation.

Great care to food bought, whether it is dry or canned. Do not get misled by the prices. Not always what it is the worst cheap and what is expensive at best. Everyone prefers cheap and good food, but very few find it.

Read the label to see what the manufacturer offers. Dog survives and other food, but over time can have problems.

Some foods are recommended: beef / chicken roasted or boiled rice, soups, beef / chicken was very fond and bones, but better recommend a bar that you can eat with different flavors. Water should be fresh and discretion.

Description Pit Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier is a dog impressive. It is strong and muscular, but the most spectacular feature of this breed is the shape of her head. In profile, the head is shaped like an egg.

The eyes are small and sloping brown and the ears are small and placed close together. Neck, shoulder blades and the body is muscular, with a deep chest.

Dog's tail is short and generally carried horizontally, in continuation of the spine. Bull Terrier's coat is short and smooth and can have different colors: white, red, brown or gray stripes background.

The only colors that are not agreed to this dog are blue and dark red.

Standard Bull Terrier has a height of 51-61 cm at the withers and weighs 20-36 kg by, while Bull Terrier dwarf has a height of 25-33 cmm and weighing 11-15 kg .

Behavior Pit Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier dogs have a unique personality, remarkable. Dogs are friendly and who know how to take pleasure with a fantastic sense of humor. This breed extrovert, but can be domineering.

Being a strong dog and sometimes independent, Bull terrier is the best choice for people who own a dog for the first time.

Bull Terrier is a very brave dog. Race turns out to be a wonderful companion affectionate and easily adapt to most circumstances. Bull Terrier can be a somewhat suspicious, reserved towards other dogs or with strangers.

For this reason, Bull Terrier owners should be cautious when when I'll introduce a new pet or person. This breed loves teenagers, but may not be so tolerant of small children doggies.

Training Pit Bull Terrier

Educating Bull Terrier requires a strong workout and can become frustrating since this dog has a tendency to be independent.

Obedience is a must in the education of this breed active and strong.

Early socialization is crucial to prevent the development of dominant characters.

Characteristics Pit Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier does not need special care if they are kept in temperate climates warm.

Bull Terrier is not too happy to live in cold and humid regions.

White Bull Terrier require special attention when exposed to sunlight since it is prone to sunburn.

Bull Terrier dogs have short hair, smooth, so that does not require special care than moulting periods.

Health Pit Bull Terrier

In general, Bull Terrier dog is strong and healthy, with little worry of medical order. However, these diseases and disorders have been reported:

Entropion is a condition in which the eyelid inward rolling of the edge off them. Genes on the edge of the eyelid irritate the surface of the eyeball, which can lead to more serious problems.

Mastocitoamele are of malignant diseases that can affect the skin or internal organs of the dog.

Rotating tail syndrome is a disorder of behavior your dog its tail rotates continuously or and a run.

Sunburn can occur when sensitive skin is exposed to sunlight for a long time.

Deafness can be detected at birth puppies.

The average lifespan of the Bull Terrier is 14-15 years.

Pictures Pit Bull Terrier

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