How would you like to get first pick out of this litter of friendly pitbull puppies? Perhaps you should take on the one of the left or maybe the one in the back on the right. Decisions... decisions... It's moments like this when we wish we didn't have to make a choice and could take all of them. You know what I am talking about, don't you? And to complicate matters; there is a lot more friendly Pitbull Puppies at Mr Pitbull to choose from. So take a look around and enjoy the pictures! And as long as you are here, you may even want to go to our Pitbull Puppies for sale pages and see what is available. FREINDLY PITBULL PUPPIES FOR SALE CLICK HERE
FRIENDLY PITBULL PUPPIES FOR SALE
You've done your homework. You've been patient. You've waited for the exact breeding to take place, and you even have "first pick"! And now you are looking at each puppy trying to decide which one is going home with you and going to be a life long friend. Yet before pulling the trigger and making the selection, there are a number of things you want to do before making your pick. Friendly Pitbull Puppies for sale like these ones don't present themselves everyday. So don't be hasty with your pick. Follow my advice, and be assured to get the best puppy.
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FRIENDLY PITBULL PUPPIES HAVE ARRIVED
At long last, the day you have been waiting for is here. Your breeder has just called and informed you that the puppies have arrived. Furthermore there are 8 puppies in the litter and since you have first pick, the breeder wants you to stop by and make your pick. The breeder tells you that the other buyers are anxious to make their picks too, so he wants you to make the pick right away. Hold on a minute! Hold the Horses!
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DON'T BE PRESSURED IN TO MAKING YOUR PICK TOO EARLY
A good breeder will not try to pressure you into making a pick too early. If he does, then he is not the right breeder and you should move on. It is wise when looking for a breeder to discuss the process of picking your puppy. Ask the breeder what is the earliest that he would allow a puppy to go. It should not be before six weeks, preferably seven or eight weeks. You want to make sure the puppies are completely weaned. Let him know at the outset you will not be making your pick before five weeks. The later the better. If the breeder is not agreeable to this, then move on to another breeder.
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WHAT TO LOOK FOR BEFORE MAKING YOUR PICK
Those who make a pick of the litter, in the first few days or weeks after birth are observing only one characteristic, and that is Color. Now for some people that may be all that matters. They have their heart set on a certain color and there just so happens to be one in the litter. In the picture above, we see one Tri-Color Puppy. If that is what you wanted, then make your pick early as possible, this allows others to exclude that puppy in their deliberations. Yet for most people, it is a mistake to make a choice early, based solely on color. If you are looking for a dog that is going to be a pet, and a member of your family, you want to observe personality characteristic that suit your needs best. It is at about 5 weeks that the puppies personality begins to shine through. A good breeder will endeavor to understand your needs and help direct you to the puppy that bay be best suited. Too, plan on spending a hour or two with the puppies to observe them. It may take that long to be sure you picked the right one. Although, my experience tells me that most are able to watch the puppies for little more than 5 minutes before they are already made a decision.
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IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A DOG TO BREED
If you are making the purchase because you want a dog you can breed, then your requirements are different than those looking for a pet. Your first requirement is based upon issues of conformity to the breed standards. This is not evident with newly born puppies. At about 5 weeks, you start to get a pretty good idea of a given puppies build and can make your choice accordingly. Study breed standards so you know what to look for. One word of caution: Do not make a decision based on size. The runt of the litter can and often does, prove to be the best of the litter. He may have been weak at birth and other puppies may have pushed him away from the nipples and therefore, he may not be measuring up to some of his or her litter mates. This can change drastically once he is given an equal opportunity. So concentrate on the puppy's build and conformity not the size.
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