This fawn color pitbull puppy is one sweet looking young lady. I've always been partial to the fawn color pit bull when they have the black muzzle like hers. If you are looking for a fawn Pit Bull Puppy for sale, you will want to visit my "for sale" pages and see what I have in stock. Remember, beauties like this girl go fast. Don't delay, call me now. If you are visiting because you want to look at puppy pictures, you are welcome too! FAWN PIT BULL PUPPY CLICK HERE
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR FAWN PIT BULL PUPPY
Let's imagine for a minute that you are taking home with you this beautiful looking fawn Pit Bull Puppy! No doubt you are excited and looking forward to spending a lifetime together as best friends. You have been preparing for this moment for a long time and have gotten everything together so that her introduction to your family will be a positive experience. Yet, there are a few difficult choices that lie ahead that you may not of anticipated; what are they?
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WILL SHE BE LONELY TOINIGHT
You may have thought everything through and have prepared for her arrival, but she hasn't got a clue as to what is going on. She has spent every minute of her young life surrounded by her mother and brothers and sisters. They have formed a pack and rely on each other for comfort and companionship. Now she has been taken from her pack and she is at a complete loss as to what is happening. Of course, for the first number of hours she is undoubtedly the center of attention and she is throughly enjoying every second of it. But sooner of later, the day is going to come to an end and it will be time to retire for the the night. This is going to be a big hurdle for her and a long night.
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THOSE FIRST FEW NIGHTS CAN BE TOUGH ON BOTH HER AND YOU
I have had dozens of litters, and there always comes a time when the puppies are removed from the litter, one by one. I always try to arrange for the last few to be shipped out so that one puppy is not left alone in the kennel. But that doesn't always work out, as much as I try. Sometimes there is one puppy left alone, all alone. I have a surveillance system where I can observe the kennel. The puppy that is left all alone will almost always cry all night long for the first few nights. It is heart-breaking to hear. I am certain that the same thing occurs in most every home where a new puppy is alone. When you place your new puppy in it's kennel for the night and you lie in bed listen to it cry, what should you do? It is only natural that you will want the puppy to sleep next to you so you can comfort her; but should you?
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YOU ARE NOT ALWAYS GOING TO BE THERE
As difficult as it is for both you and the puppy, if you were to take the puppy into your room so it would be comforted, you are only delaying the inevitable. You cant be next to the puppy 24/7. Sooner or later you are going to have to go to work or go somewhere else, and the puppy will have to be left alone. It takes about two or three nights in my experience for the puppy to adjust to being alone, so as difficult as it is, might as well get it over with right away. There is another reason why this is the right approach.
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DO NOT ALLOW THE PUPPY IN YOUR BEDROOM
Dogs are pack animals, and nothing you do is going to change what is part of their genetic make-up. In a pack, there is one dog that is the Alpha, the leader of the pack. That dog has established for itself a spot in which it sleeps and all the other dogs know not to approach the Alpha in it's place of rest. People who allow a dog to sleep in their bedroom are not establishing themselves as the Alpha. In fact, most dog experts (at least those who understand that dogs are not humans) advise that you never even let your dog enter into your bedroom. By taking this approach, you are clearly demonstrating that you are the leader of the pack and that it is you who are defining and establishing the boundaries. Those who allow the dog into their bedrooms are seldom observed by the dog as the leader of the pack and almost always have difficulties in training their dog. At the very least, allowing the dog into your bedroom, sends a mixed message and the dog is likely to result in problems for everyone concerned and in fact can cause anxiety for your dog.
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