Everybody Loves Pitbulls!

Pitbull puppies make amazing pets. These little puppies are anything but vicious, Pit bulls were created by breeding bulldogs and terriers together to produce a dog that combines the athleticism and energy of the terrier with the strength of the bulldog. Pitbull puppies are medium-sized and have short coats and well-defined muscles. These puppies have round eyes. They have tiny ears with typically half prick or rose in a carriage. They have tails that are slightly thick and taper to the tip. The distinct glossy, smooth, short, and stiff to the touch coat is well loved by pet owners.


Most dog lovers are looking for Pitbull puppies for sale because they are courageous, strong and have a brave attitude. There are different varieties of Pitbull puppies. Blue Pitbull puppies, for example, are relatively rare and are among the most wanted after coat color variations of the American Pitbull Terrier. The adult male could weigh as much as 35 to 60 pounds. An adult female on the other hand, weights between 30 to 50 pounds.

These dogs reach between 18 and 22 inches in height and their heads are large with a flat or slightly rounded skull and prominent muscular cheeks that are usually free of wrinkles. Finding Blue Pitbull puppies for sale is a bit of a challenge but not impossible. Same goes with the Blue-nose Pitbull puppies for sale, which are American Pitbull Terriers with blue coats or blue noses. They are actually not a separate breed or specific Pitbull bloodline.

If you decide to get your own Pitbull puppy, make sure you look for reliable breeders that have Pitbull puppies for sale. A Pitbull puppy may cost from $600- $1500 depending on the seller. If that may prove costly, you may also acquire free Pitbull puppies by visiting local shelters in your area which can provide Pitbull puppies for adoption.

Bringing a puppy home can be life changing. An a good Pitbull puppy, if properly nourished with healthy dog food and taken care of, can provide a long-lasting source of joy, friendship and good times.

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