I Can't even begin to count how many visitors we get each day that visit Mr Pitbull simply to look at Pitbull Puppy Pictures. I understand the passion and the desire. What kid doesn't dream of owning their very own Pitbull Puppy? I can imagine the countless hours spent looking at Pitbull Puppy pictures just dreaming of the day when Mom and Dad gives them the go ahead to select a Mr Pitbull brand Pit Bull Puppy all their own. Yet until that day, they will have to be content looking at the Pitbull Puppy pictures here at Mr Pitbull. Hey Kid, don't give up! Keep the dream alive! And if you keep reading I will share some important information and tips on how to can persuade Mom and Dad to let you bring your very own puppy home.
When you go to a restaurant, they will often serve you an appetizer to hold you over until the main course can be served. In fact one of my favorite places brings out some of their famous bread sticks, on the house, no less. Hey, I wish I could drop a puppy off to you for a little while, maybe an hour or two, so that you could at least hold it and pet it for a bit. Since that isn't going to happen, we will have to get by with looking at the Pitbull Puppy pictures here at Mr Pitbull. At least until we convince Mom and Dad to let you bring one of these beautiful puppies home. Keep the faith! You won't always have to be content looking at Pitbull Puppy pictures and never be able to chew on the main course. Let's put a plan in action!
If your Mom and Dad are like mine (most parents are), they are always talking about spending quality time together with you. Problem is, many parent have forgotten how to relate to someone your age, so they try to invent activities that neither one of you are interest in doing. Remind them of their desire to spend time with you. Don't say "Mom, Dad, come here". Instead, say "I know you are busy, but when you get a chance, I would like to show you something". You are setting the hook. Later they will feel guilty and when they get a minute, then you will have their attention. Now is the time to strike!
Have my Pitbull Puppy picture gallery open (this page), preferably on a big screen, so they can see all the Pitbull Puppy Pictures. Let them glance at the page for about 5 seconds, and then say "I was wondering which one of these beautiful puppies do you like best"? Then show them the picture of two or maybe three different Pitbull Puppy pictures. If they ask you to go back and forth a few times between the pictures, you know you have them engaged. Once they make a pick, say, "yeah I like that one too"! Then ask them "what do you like about that one"? As they look at the Pitbull Puppy Picture, and explain what they like, agree with them. Then say; if we (emphasize "if we") were to bring him or her home, do you think we should keep them in the Garage, the Basement, or maybe right over here? (pointing to the place you really want him to stay). It's time to start reeling, you've got them on the hook. Then say, yeah I was thinking that maybe if I did this or did that... this would be the perfect spot. Tell them thanks for helping you make up your mind. Ask them if they would like to contact Mr Pitbull or would they prefer that you do so. If they say yes, you are all set. If they say no, then proceed to the next step. Keep this Pit Bull Puppy Picture Gallery open for them to ponder as they pass by.
Repeat the exact process you did a few days earlier, except this time show them the dog they picked the first time and then show them a picture of another Pitbull Puppy, and ask "now which one"? Again, just as you did the first time agree with them. Now this time go to the Puppy for sale pages and show them what is available. Let them see the prices, but don't mention the price. If they don't say anything about the price, then the price isn't going to be a factor. If they mention the price with a gasp, then say, "how long do you think we will have him or her"? Let them respond. Then say, "that is only a couple of hundred dollars a year to have the best Pit Bull Puppy in the whole world". See what they say. If they strenuously object to the price, then say "how much would you be willing to spend for just the right puppy"? You may have to let them chew on that for a few days. Tell them again thank you for helping you decide.
Again, invite your parents to look at the Pitbull Puppy Pictures with you again, repeat the same procedures, by now they are realizing this is not simply a passing fad and you are serious. This time, however, say "do you think I will ever be able to bring him or her home"? Personalize it, let them look into the eyes of on the beautiful puppies. It's hard to say no when you are looking at Pitbull Puppy Pictures. If cost is the objection, then go to one of the rescue pages on my site. Let them see that you are willing to compromise if they are. If they are hesitant, say this; "sixty-five percent of American households own a dog or a cat (I wouldn't mention the cat), I sure wish we could be one of them. Now if that doesn't work, ask them if they will watch "Old Yeller" with you. Let me know how it works out, or if you need me to go to bat for you!