Many people consider that blue pitbulls and children can’t get along. It is true that pitbulls are known for their aggressiveness, but in case they are not trained to fight and they grow up in a normal environment, they are just like any other races of dogs. Moreover, they can have a great relationship with kids and they can help them develop their social skill. It’s a known fact that children that grow up with pets are much more friendly and communicative than those that don’t have at least a cat or a dog at home. Another important aspect is that they will become immune to all sort of allergies (like the one to dog hair) thanks to having blue pitbulls around as they grow up. Last, but not least, even if the dogs are not aggressive, they still seem to be, so in case of danger, they might protect children without even barking, as many are scared of seeing such dogs and get nervous when these actually lovely creature are around.
You can see bellow a collection of photos of kids whose parents own blue pitbulls, kids that aren’t afraid to play with the dogs, to cuddle them and to be close to them all the time.
A newborn is welcomed home by the dog of his parents:
A little girl lovingly embraces her dog:
A toddler gets close and personal with a blue pitbull:
A little boy rides on the blue pitbull, as the dog stays patiently:
A baby is left alone with a blue pitbull in the backyard and the dog takes care of him:
A baby uses his dog as a pillow:
Siblings with their blue pitbull and with a blue pitbull puppy:
A little girl with her new puppy:
A teenager is kissed by her blue pitbull:
A little girl plays with a blue pitbull puppy in a toy car:
As you can see, rumors are far from reality. Blue pitbulls are wonderful dogs and behave very well with children. They can be very docile and loving, but of course they need to be treated with affection and educated in the best possible manner.