Pitbull sentence example

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  • Both American Staffordshire Terriers and Staffordshire Bull Terrier bloodlines have been used to create what has come to be known as the "Pitbull type"; a muscular, stocky build, and strong ferocious jaws.
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  • Pitbull puppies grow up to be Pitbull dogs, and like many breeds bred for performance, their appearance will vary.
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  • She has a long snout like a Collie, but looks kind of like a Pitbull in the face.
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  • Aside from their charming good looks, Pitbull puppies also possess an innate desire to be with people.
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  • Such a wonderful personality wrapped up in a darling little puppy package makes Pitbull puppies virtually irresistible.
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  • If you already have a dog, keep this in mind before you adopt a Pitbull Puppy.
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  • According to a 2009 study by Animal People editor, Merritt Clinton, Pitbull Terriers, or Pitbulls as they are more commonly known, top the list of the dog most likely to bite.
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  • If you have small children, perhaps wait until they are older before considering a Pitbull purchase.
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  • Due to the large number of Pitbull attacks in recent years, many cities have implemented Pit Bull-specific legislation regarding who may own one, the type of restraints and fencing required, and penalties for violations.
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  • While these statistics can be a cause for significant concern, Pitbull owners can do a lot to reduce the chance of their animal biting a person.
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  • For example, one of the show's most popular pitbulls has been Tequila, a pitbull that was a part of a large dogfighting ring in California.
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  • The breed of choice for fighting is the "Pitbull", although Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers, and German Shepherd Dogs have also been exploited.
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  • There are few things in the world more adorable than Pitbull puppies.
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  • The Pitbull is not a good guard dog, and is usually quite affectionate towards all humans.
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  • If you do not enjoy walking, running, biking and hiking, you may not be a good fit for a Pitbull puppy.
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  • Aside from exercise, there are many other things to think about before you take a Pitbull puppy into your home.
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  • Is there Breed Specific Legislation where I live that will make it illegal to own a Pitbull?
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  • If renting, will my landlord allow me to keep a Pitbull on his property?
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  • Once you have researched the breed and made sure that your lifestyle is a good fit for a Pitbull, you will want to obtain your puppy from a responsible resource.
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  • Consider adopting a homeless Pitbull puppy from a rescue or shelter, especially if you are not planning on competing in shows.
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  • If you find a free Pitbull puppy, keep in mind that responsible dog ownership is expensive under the very best circumstances.
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  • Otherwise, you may cost your Pitbull puppy its life by taking it to a place that may sentence him to death just because of genetics.
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  • Be certain that you have several hours per day to devote to your Pitbull pup's needs for exercise and stimulation.
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  • A responsible Pitbull owner takes the time to be sure that their puppy is socialized to people, places and other animals early.
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  • You must train your Pitbull as a puppy, and it is recommended that you continue training throughout his life so that he will listen to you implicitly, no matter what.
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  • Over time, the Pitbull's aggression towards other animals in general, and other dogs in particular, led to an increase in breeding strictly for its ability to fight.
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