Blue Brindle Pitbull
Pitbulls come in a variety of colors and sometimes those colors mix to create beautiful brindle coats.
A Blue brindle Pitbull has a gorgeous coat with splashes of silvery gray mixed with black and other colors.
No matter which color Pitbull you bring into your home there are some things to keep in mind.
Responsible Pitbull Ownership
Blue brindle Pitbulls, and every other color Pitbull, get a bad rap. That is why it is so important for people who get a Pitbull to be responsible owners.
Good Pitbull owners can help to shore up the image of these wonderful dogs by making sure their pets are trained to behave properly in public and by knowing their dogs enough to know if they can handle being around strange dogs or not, such as at a doggy day care or dog park.
Caring for a Blue Brindle Pitbull
It’s important to consider the financial costs of caring for a blue brindle Pit bull. Unlike some smaller dogs, Pitbulls eat a lot. They may also need professional training if you are not experienced with the breed.
Examples of other costs include:
• Toys and treats
• Vet bills
• Cost for boarding when you travel
Before you commit to adopting or buying a Pitbull, be sure that you will be able to handle the financial aspect of being a responsible owner.
Along with the financial investment, you will also need to make a time investment into caring for your dog.
Pitbulls need exercise.
If you don’t have a very large yard for him to run in then you’ll need to take him on daily walks or runs.
Pitbulls also need a lot of attention. They love being with their people, so you will need to make plenty of time to spend with your blue brindle Pitbull, even if it’s just sitting on the couch together after a run.
Respect the breed
Another very important thing to consider is that you have to respect and understand the breed. You cannot turn your Pitbull into a Poodle. Characteristics that are inherent cannot be trained out of a dog.
One example is animal aggression.
This does not mean that all Pitbulls will have strong animal aggression, but this is a trait that is more common in Pitbulls (NOTE: Human aggression is not at all common in Pitbulls.)
Because of this you will need to take special care anytime your Pitbull is around other pets or wildlife. While many Pitbulls get along well with other animals, if yours ends up being highly animal aggressive then this might mean your Pitbull will need to be an only pet.
Another trait of Pitbulls was mentioned above: They NEED their people. They will not do well as outside dogs with only occasional interaction. They crave companionship with their humans, so it is best to keep them indoors with the family.
Blue brindle Pit bulls are beautiful dogs. With the right care, training and leadership
from their owners
they make fantastic pets, athletes and even therapy dogs. Just know the commitment you’re making before you buy or adopt a Pitbull, so that both you and your new pet will be happy and content.