Accessories for Your Four-Legged Baby

If you are the proud owner of a tiny blue Pitbull, you should know that your precious “baby” needs a lot of time and attention. They need you to care for them, love them, spend time with them, teach them all kinds of tricks, to sum it up they just want you to be their friend. You wouldn’t leave a baby isolated, and you should no isolate your puppy either. Four legged babies need to be with the family inside and outside the house. Training helps puppies learn how to behave in both environments.


Here is what you would need for your precious four-legged baby, in order to keep him happy (like the little fellow in the picture below):


  • Food dish -- weighted and non slip;
  • Water dish -- weighted and non slip;
  • Leash -- consider the size of your dog. For safety, leashes should be well made and strong enough for your dog;
  • Collar -- a regular collar is important and should provide a place for your dog’s ID information;
  • Wire crate -- with a sheepskin bottom or rug for crate training and limited, proper confinement. The crate should be large enough for your growing puppy.
  • Sleeping area with bedding -- should be the safest and most comfy place;
  • Toys -- are very important. There are various types of toys: educational, challenging ones that hide special treats and secrets, safe chews and toys that cannot be pulled apart easily.

Tips and Tricks

-- Make sure that you select a qualified veterinarian before you bring your puppy home. Get some recommendations from dog owners in the neighbourhood;

-Administer shots every three weeks until the puppy is four to six months of age;

-Puppies need adequate nutrition for their rapidly growing bodies. Blue Pits are not that pretentious when it comes to food, but in the first 5 to 6 months, try and give the little guy a balanced meal;

-- Proper training is a must. Little problems grow up to be big bad habits if they are not nipped in the bud. Naturally, you would want to get a qualified dog trainer;

-- Grooming is also very important. All dogs, even the ones with short hair need brushing and a bathing routine.


If you are worried about the myths surrounding these beautiful dogs, in terms and violent behaviour towards humans and other dogs, don’t worry. It’s just a matter of how you raise him. In the video below, meet Junior, the blue Pitbull who has been under the care and guidance of the famous dog whisperer, Cesar Millan.

Elements That Prove You Have A Blue Pitbull Indeed

Blue pitbulls are very popular dogs, but even so, many pit bull owners don’t know the main characteristics of them, so they don’t know if they have a BLUE pitbull or not.

These dogs come in several color variations, including the amazing and loyal blue pitbull. This dog has a diluted black color that appears blue only to the human eye.




Nonetheless, many breeders call such animals rare and they charge huge prices for them, but you have to know that the only thing that makes blue pit bulls different from pit bulls in general is their color, so aside from this element, they are the same.


If you are very curious and you want to know if your pitbull is a blue pit bull indeed, there are some characteristics that you have to look for to find out the truth:

  • Look carefully at your pit bull’s nose. A blue pit bull has a charcoal, blue-gray nose or even a combination of these colors and few small bits of pink
  • Examine the color of your dog’s fur. If it’s a blue pit bull, its fur has to be blue-gray, charcoal gray and it can also have white patches




  • Look carefully at your dog’s eyes. If its eyes are blue, gray or light amber in combination with the blue fur and nose, it means that you are the owner of a blue pitbull; nevertheless, some blue pitbulls may have darker eyes, but generally, lighter colors are more common

Follow these instructions and you will know for sure if you are the owner of a blue pit bull. Many people don’t do that and some of them find out later that actually, their pit bull is not a blue pit bull, which is very disappointing for them.




Nevertheless, blue pit bulls are wonderful, smart, playful and loyal dogs that protect their owners if they are raised properly, despite many horrifying stories told about them.

Blue Pitbulls: Fact vs Fiction

Known for their intelligence and loyalty American Pit Bull Terriers and Blue Pit Bulls make excellent, loving and protective companions despite the unfair and sometimes negative critics they receive. A common question regarding Blue Pitbulls is in what way are they different from other dog breeds? There are many misconceptions and many myths that surround these beautiful dogs. It is a real shame that the wonderful traits blue pits carry are the very same reason they are so horribly exploited by street gangs, white supremacists, an inhumane athlete, and a sub culture of gambling and cruelty. These proud beasts have carried the burden, the pain and the shame for what corrupt people have done, for far too long. Here are answers to some of the most relevant questions concerning blue pitbulls.

Are Blue Pits born aggressive?


Look at these guys… How could they be aggressive? They are just so funny and cuddle-able. Every litter of puppies, regardless of the breed, is born with one puppy that is most dominant and one puppy that is most submissive. Under the right circumstances, either the dominant or the submissive one may become aggressive. The key is raising the puppy in an aggression free environment.

Do Blue Pits love to fight?

All animals, including humans, have a natural fight or flight reflex. PitBulls are generally confident, therefore they are less likely to run from any confrontation. The myth of them loving to fight derives from human exploitation. Most Pitbulls are forced to fight, thus enhancing their aggressive side.

Are Pitbulls good only for fighting?

No. The Blue Pitbull excels at anything that interests them. For instance, they can be excellent police dogs, thanks to their keen sense of smell and instant reactions. Or, if raised on a farm, they can actually become great herding dogs. They are very agile, quick in movement anmd many can jump 10ft or even higher. Many people might not know this, but Pitbulls have also been used as therapy and rescue dogs.

Are Pitbulls safe around children?


Yes! They are best friends with children, since they consider them as being part of their pack. They are even referred to as Nanny Dogs. They take good care of children, and they are known to have a lot of patience and tolerance, especially with babies and toddlers. Once socialised with children, they are perfectly safe, provided there is parental supervision.

Do Pitbulls make good pets?


Pitbull breeds need a lot of exercise and mental stimulation, they are such highly intelligent, athletic animals. Training, socialisation and guidance are a life long commitment when sharing your home with a Pitbull.