Owners can train pit bull puppies the same way they would train any other large breed dog. The breed has a bad reputation due to poor training and mishandling; pit bulls need consistency, social interaction, reinforceme... More »

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A brindle pit bull puppy is a young pit bull with a brindle colored coat. Brindle is a streaked coat pattern where the streaks or stripes are a darker shade than the base coat color. More »

A pit bull puppy, according to PitBulls.org, should be fed a high-quality diet consisting of 34 to 40 percent protein, 14 to 17 percent fat and 20 percent or less of carbohydrate. In addition, the puppy food should conta... More »

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One of the things to consider before adopting a pit bull puppy is if your state, city or county has breed discriminatory legislation against dogs, such as American pit bull terriers, Staffordshire terriers and other dogs... More »

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The most inexpensive way to acquire a pit bull puppy is to adopt from a local animal shelter, such as the Humane Society and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Typically, the cost of the general veteri... More »

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A miniature pit bull, more often referred to as a pocket pit bull, is a small breed of dog that is a mix between an American pit bull terrier and a Patterdale terrier. The dog is smaller than a classic pit bull, growing ... More »

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From birth to approximately 4 weeks of age, pit bull puppies should drink only their mother's milk or a nutritionally fortified puppy milk replacement formula. During and after weaning, a pit bull puppy can start to eat ... More »