BLUE PITBULL PUPPIES FOR SALE IN TEXAS

BLUE PITBULL PUPPIES FOR SALE IN TEXAS

Howdy partner! Just a quick shout out to all my friends from Texas. Anyone who knows anything about Texas, knows that Texas is famous for Longhorns and Pitbulls! Of course that is not to take away anything from Cowboys wearing Spurs. And of course there is always a Maverick or two to be found along with quite a few Texans. Just Keep an eye open for those Rangers. And while you're keeping your eyes open, if you look up, you may even see a few Rockets and even a few Astros. But I regress. Let me draw your attention to the Pitbull above. If you have been looking at all the pictures of Bartender you know by now that he is 12 months in this series. One of the things you will note that his legs are first of all nice and straight. Second very thick or as some would say; "lots of bone". An indication that he is going to be a big boy. Checkout on our breeding page or puppies page for our Blue Pitbull Puppies For Sale In Texas and or any other state. Call me if you are in need of something. To get an idea of the quality of Bartender's bloodline, I encourage you to take a look at Bartender's sister BounceHer. Of course if you would like to see pictures of BounceHer and the rest of our Ladies click here:MR PITBULL PICTURE GALLERY - "THE LADIES"!




BLUE PITBULL PUPPIES FOR THE HOT TEXAS CLIMATE

Texas is a unique State, as most who live in Texas knows. Yet what many don't know is that, there are some unique requirements for anyone considering owning a Blue Pitbull in Texas. Because of Texas' HOT weather, many dogs die each year due to heatstroke. It is not something to take lightly. A dog can be overcome by the heat in less than 30 minutes if left in the sun. Not every dog is suited for such a climate. Understanding this will help you pick the right Blue Pit Bull Puppy for the hot Texas climate.


THE RIGHT PITBULL PUPPIES FOR TEXAS

Understanding which type of dogs will do well in the hot Texas heat, one must understand how a dog cools itself. Unlike people, dogs do not sweat. When a human gets hot, the body's natural defenses kick in causing us to sweat. The evaporation of the moisture on our skin works to cool the body and keep us from overheating. This is not the case with a dog. A dog cools itself by panting. If you have ever noted a dog that is hot, it will be panting with it's mouth hung open. Dogs with long noses, have more cooling abilities and are able to endure the Texas sun, whereas a dog with a short muzzle is not able to. For this reason, airlines have restrictions for flying dogs with short muzzles in unconditioned cargo holds. Therefore, when picking out a Pitbull Puppy for Texas, you will want to stay away from Pitbulls with the short muzzle that is popular today. I cannot over-emphasize how important this is.