Red Nose Pit Bulls
There is no question as to how the Red Nosed Pit Bull dog breed received their name. Quite obviously they have red noses. To be more specific they are an American Pit Bull Terrier with a Red Nose. Many fads and crazes have come about with most dog breeds, but most recently is the heightened attention given to the Pit Bull dog breed.
Red Nosed Pit Bull Dog Breed Temperament:
You will find that with the Red Nosed Pit Bull dog breed most of the characteristics of the American Pit Bull dog breed are the same. A future Red Nosed Pit Bull dog owner will need to accommodate for their need for exercise and a big enough yard to zoom around and do it in. During training the establishment of yourself as Alpha male/female will need to be done immediately. Leash training and obedient training is something the Pit Bull dog breed excels at, and can be started as early as 3 months old.
Especially with Pit Bull type dogs, early training, handling, and socialization are key elements to ensuring a well balanced, well mannered pet. The myth of the Pitbull dog breed “turning” on their owners is just that. A myth. Most owners misinterpret and ignore warning signs of aggressive behavior. Socializing your Red Nosed Pit Bull will ensure that there won’t be a need to interpret warning signs because your pet will be well adjusted to being a part of the family, instead of being tied up on a tether in the back yard wearing a path into the grass. Note to past and future dog owners. Constant tethering of any dog all the time does not give them the adequate exercise they need, even with daily walks.
It is all too easy to want a Red Nosed Pit Bull, and then not follow through with the training. It is very important that when you choose to get a Red Nosed Pit Bull puppy for sale, you are signing up for at least 12 years of dedicating yourself to another living being. They don’t understand that you can’t keep them because your landlord doesn’t allow Pit Bulls. All they understand is that they are unwanted and abandoned. The Red Nose Pitbull is not a dog breed for everyone, or for first time dog owners. There are too many Pit Bulls in shelters to be careless of not finding out all the information needed about Pit Bulls before buying one. There’s no such thing as too much research when it comes to deciding about what dog to choose.
|“Red Pitbull” Pictured is an Eddington bred pitbull. He is approximately 120 pounds. Eddington pitbulls are well know weight pulling dogs with an amazing track record.|
Red Nosed Pit Bull Dog Breed Appearance:
Much like the Blue Pit Bull dog breed, the Red Nosed Pit Bull has exactly that. A red nose. There are many different colors of coat color that can produce a Red Nosed Pit Bull, a few of which are fawn with white, tan with white, solid white, solid brown, and sometimes black.
The Red Nosed Pit Bull dog breed is similar in height and weight as the American Pit Bull Terrier weighing in up to 80 pounds, and a height of up to 25 inches.
Red Nosed Pit Bull Dog Breed History and Origin:
Though it is not written in the history of the Pit Bull dog breed, the Red Nosed Pit Bulls mostly were bred in and around Ireland during the mid 1800?s. Like the majority of the Pit Bull dog breed, they made their way to the America’s sometime during the 1900?s. There aren’t many specifics, but the Red Nosed Pit Bull is just another coloring of the American Pit Bull Terrier. (American Pit Bull Dog Breed History and Origins: It is unfair in this day and age, with all the technology we can’t go back in time to preserve certain things from being destroyed. Researching where most dog breeds of today came from would be a lot easier. The American Pit Bull Terrier’s past is all but lost to logical deduction and speculation. One of these theories came from APBT enthusiasts. It was believed that the APBT traced back to the Molossian family of dogs (ancestors of the dogs from the Mollosi Tribe). Many different breeds of Terrier exist, and through intended or accidental breeding, the American Pit Bull Terrier dog breed of today was sculpted to what we see today).
Red Nosed Pit Bull Dog Breed Mortality:
Since the Red Nosed Pit Bull dog breed is not a different breed of Pit Bull, it is fitting to refer back to the American Pit Bull Terrier when regards to their lifespan and list of possible illnesses.
“American Pit Bull Terrier Dog Breed Mortality: Its safe to say that the American Pit Bull dog breed is a long lived breed. Most APBT will live up to 14 years on average, with many living longer. The American Pit Bull Terrier dog breed does suffer from some congenital defects such as heart problems, hip dysplasia (not a high percentage of the APBT are affected), thyroid dyfunction, or kidney disease. All of these can be diagnosed through modern day testing. Veterinarian bills are increasing yearly, and many pet insurance plans don’t cover previous illnesses. Choosing a good American Pit Bull dog breeder will help you to start out with a healthy pet from the get go.”
Red Nosed Pit Bull Dog Breed Summary:
With all the different choices of dog breeds available, it is no question that making the decision as to which one to choose will be difficult. The Red Nosed Pit Bull dog breed can and will be a loving pet if they are given the love to ensure that. No dog deserves to be taken to a shelter.