Myths and Facts about Blue Nose Pitbulls for Sale

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There are different kinds of pitbull dogs. For example, there are red nose and blue nose pitbulls. When looking for Blue nose Pitbulls for Sale there are important things to know about the breed of dog, as well as the breeders in order to be sure that one is prepared for the commitment of owning a dog as well as the kinds of breeders out there. Firstly, it is important to note that blue pitbulls and blue nose pitbulls are not the same thing. But, both types of pitbull have become extremely popular of late. So much so that the breeders of these dogs have come up with a term, ‘blue lust’. Before these were popular the red nose pitbulls were extremely in demand.

 

Blue pitbulls have a greyish, silver or charcoal coat. Blue nose pitbulls have a grey nose, as opposed to a black one. Their unique colouring is a result of a recessive trait in their genetics. For breeders to breed these dogs they must use parents who carry the recessive trait. For this reason there is not a large gene pool available to the breeders. And it is well-known that it is most often never a good idea to reproduce with closely related individuals. This can result in the dog experiencing physical, behavioural and health complications that are unnecessary and they can also get sick while younger. One of the most common illnesses that can result from this kind of breeding is skin diseases such as alopecia and mange. So whenever a blue nose pitbull for sale sign is seen one should investigate the breeder to make sure that they use healthy breeding practices and treat their dogs well. They all fall into the category of American Pitbull Terrier. When selecting any kind of dog it is important to learn about it to determine whether it will be a good fit for the owner and the family. Dog selection should not be based on the ‘look’ of the dog.

 

Myths about Blue Nose Pitbulls:

 

One of the biggest myths about blue nose pitbulls is that their jaws lock. It has been found that their jaws operate the same as other kinds of dogs. There is also the misconception, that this breed of dog does not feel any pain. This is incorrect because this breed of dog has a nervous system that functions just like any other breed of dog. This misconception arises from the fact that some breeders in the past would breed dogs that would continue to work through whatever pain or discomfort that they were feeling.

 

The myth that these dogs eventually attack their owners is also false. Dogs do not attack anyone, including their owners, without reason. Pitbulls, including blue nose pitbulls have shown to be the most popular breed of dog in the United States, according to statistics. It has been found that Blue Pitbulls for Sale are sometimes purchased for questionable reasons, like dog fighting. The reason that blue nose Pitbulls and other kinds of Pitbull are used in dog fighting is because of their personality. They are not inherently aggressive. However, they do place great importance on completing whatever task they need to do, through the pain and discomfort as mentioned above.

 

But, because of its tenacity it is widely used in obedience trials, weight pulling, conformation showing, tracking including search and rescue missions, Schutzhund, herding, as well as agility. Because of their potential these dogs are commonly used by police and other law enforcement agencies. One should ensure that they only purchase a puppy from reputable breeders to get a healthy and happy dog.

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This article was published on 2012/04/20