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ID:	265 If you are considering getting a blue pitbull as a pet then this article will provide you with the information that you need to know before making a choice. Blue Pitbulls are extremely active and energetic dogs that require close attention. They are also very smart dogs that have a strong desire to please their owners. Because of their dominant behavior, they require a responsible owner that knows how to effectively handle this type of dog. You do not want to be in the middle of a highly-charged and destructive situation and the last thing you need to do is to inadvertently injure your blue pitbull.

Blue Pitbulls are just one of the many pitbull breeds that have a recessive genetic trait that makes them have a blue (or another color) coat instead of the normally black or brown pitbull coat. Just like any other recessive trait you would pass on to your children, your blue pitbull will also pass on this trait to your offspring. This means that the blue pitbull breed could cause problems for the rest of your family.

The most common way that the blue pitbull is born is through a litter of three. Most dogs are conceived in one of two ways: through a Caesarean section or through artificial insemination. There is no question that all three puppies will be purebred blue Pitbulls but you must take into consideration that they may have different features from each of their parents. This is especially true if the dogs are not sired by the same mother. This is a problem that many first-time dog owners run into when attempting to breed their dogs.

As with all breeds, there is much longevity in the blue pitbull. The average lifespan of a male is seven years while the female blue has a ten-year lifespan. You can help to extend the life span of your blue pitbull simply by feeding it the right food and supplementing it with vitamins and minerals. The majority of these dogs live for around seven years with an occasional up and down season. If you want to take your dog's lifespan up a little you should consider spaying or neutering your female.

The health issues that you would expect to find in blue nose puppies are present in the blue pitbull but the severity of these defects is rare. One serious defect that you would have to watch for in blue pit bulls is breathing problems. Breathing problems are common in animals, and blue nose puppies can develop this condition if they are born during or after the gestation period. However, because the blue pitbull terrier is such a small breed the chances of this defect being present at birth are low.

Click image for larger version  Name:	blue pitbull2.jpg Views:	0 Size:	163.5 KB ID:	256 The lifespan of the blue nose pitbull Terrier is quite remarkable considering the small size of this breed. The average lifespan of these dogs is five to seven years with a good chance of improvement with age. The best way to ensure that you have a blue pitbull that will live a long healthy life is to provide them with the appropriate care as soon as you bring them home. There are many things you can do to make sure your blue nose terrier has the best quality of life possible including regular vet check-ups and vaccinations.

The most important aspect of the blue bloodline is their temperament, which you must take very seriously because these are some of the most powerful and stubborn dogs in the world. They have a tendency to be very dominant particularly when they are still puppies and this can lead to behavioral problems. However, most pit bulls have a very nice temper and are rarely aggressive. Most of these dogs are well balanced and are very happy dogs.

Although these are powerful dogs they have some health issues that you need to be aware of. The most serious issue is the risk of premature hair loss, which can lead to the shedding of all or some of their body hair. Blue Pitbulls should only be used in friendly situations with family members or trusted people.