Summary: Pitbulls are often portrayed as slow and unfriendly (with an appetite for human flesh). More so than not, they’re the opposite.
If you’re looking to add a new friendly face to your family, why not consider a pitbull. They’re friendly, don’t require much grooming, and are loyal to the core. Here are some fun facts that you might not know about the American pitbull terrier and the pitbull breeding process.
They Are Relatively Healthy
While it is true that any type of dog can inherit genetic issues, some of the most common types of issues that pitbulls face (i.e. hip dysplasia, patellar luxation, demodectic mange) aren’t fatal and can be treated once found. While it may sound like your dog will grow up and be plagued with a variety of these issues, also know that your veterinarian can help minimize the side effects – which is why a good relationship with your vet will undoubtedly help out in the long run.
Grooming Issues? Not With Pitbulls
Pitbulls are known for their short coats. They require very little maintenance and can be bathed in a short period of time – they honestly don’t need to be bathed often either. Pitbulls aren’t the type of breed that requires you to brush them or get haircuts. Furthermore, their fur is essentially odiferous – unless they play out in the mud and dirt for hours on end. In the long run, you’ll essentially be spending half of what other dogs require for grooming purposes. Who doesn’t like to save money?
So, the next time you see XXL pitbull puppies for sale, why not give them a chance? You’ll gain a loyal companion, family member, and most importantly, a friend.