The advice and information I supply below is based on years of my personal experience of owning, training, breeding, whelping and loving dozen of my Pitbull friends. The many tips and information I provide, involve my experience with PitBulls, although the information should translate over to many other dog breeds as well. The questions below are real emails that I have received and represent the most commonly asked and requested facts and information.
DO PITBULLS MAKE GOOD GUARD DOGS?
Vanessa from Odessa Texas asks Mr PitBull:
Dear Mr PitBull,I have been looking at your dogs for some time and love them and have decided to purchase one from you. I live in an area which is not very good. I have been considering getting a PitBull because they might scare the criminals away. So, are PitBulls good bodyguards? What is the best food to feed them? What information on pitbulls can you share?
Concerning information on pitbull food, I suggest you read BEST DOG FOOD FOR PITBULLS
HOW TO ACQUIRE PAPERS FOR AN UNREGISTERED DOG
Randall From Kansas City asks Mr PitBull:
Dear Mr PitBull, I have a 7month old puppy I'm 99 percent sure he is a blue nose, how do i know, is there a way to check and possibly acquire papers for him?
INFORMATION ON PITBULL BLOODLINES
Randall from Scottsdale Arizona asks:
Dear Mr PitBull, I found your web site and thought you would know more about PitBulls than me. Have you ever heard of a razor edge gaff and boogey man mix, because I just got one. Is that a good pitbull bloodline to mix together? And is it worth getting papers on? I don't know much about pitbull bloodlines can you please fill me in on some information about that breed?
In any event, I bet that with the two pitbull bloodlines I am familiar with, that the dog will make a fantastic pet. I hope you enjoy many years of companionship.
On the next page I answer these questions:
Do Pitbulls have locking jaws? How do I Start a Pitbull Kennel? Do you offer payment plans?