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How to Raise a Happy and Healthy Pit Bull

The American Pit Bull Terrier is a dog that has a rich history as a farm dog. To raise a happy and healthy pit bull, an understanding of the breed's traits is necessary. Proper exercise, toys, training, and vet care are critical elements for having a well balanced pit bull.

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Joint Disease and Arthritis: Reversing the Damage in Your Pit Bull

It typically begins with a little stiffness after vigorous exercise. You may notice that your usually energetic pit bull is resting more than normal and experiencing difficulty rising from a lying position. He may have trouble climbing stairs or jumping on the couch to take his favorite spot next to you.

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Why Breed Specific Legislation Misses the Mark and Doesn't Work

Somewhere along the way, bully breeds got an undeserved bad rap. Few breeds bond as closely with their human companions as the playful pit; few demonstrate so much unreserved love and affection. It's fair to say no breed surpasses them in these qualities.

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Healthy Feeding of Your Pit Bull

The keys to a healthy and happy Pit Bull include a balanced diet and plenty of exercise. The American Pit Bull Terrier, throughout all of its life stages, requires structure and repetition especially when it comes to diet and exercise. Food quality is an important factor as is the amounts of food the dog is given. From the time a Pit Bull is weened to its senior years, its dietary needs fluctuate as its needs fluctuate as well.

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Getting to Know Your Pit Bull Puppy

Getting to know, and training, your American Pit Bull Terrier puppy involves understanding of the breed as well as patience. The stigma placed on the breed doesn't seem to make sense to anyone who has cared for a Pit Bull puppy, as these highly social individuals are affectionate and willing to please.

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