Although many people say that blue pitbulls are very dangerous, most of them have no idea what they are talking about. It is of course a prejudice, unfortunately well known, that these dogs can hurt you easily. As a matter of fact, these pitbulls are like any other dogs, but due to the fact that many used them in organized fights, to make money of them, people now think that any blue pitbull is dangerous and cannot wait to bite. Actually, the same rules applies to these as to other dogs – they need to be adopted when they are small and to grow up in a family, receiving education and training. When dogs are bigger, they can be more aggressive if they are moved from one owner to another, but buying puppies is perfect. No matter the race, when you want to have a dog, the best thing would be to adopt a puppy, because you can educate it and learn it the rules of your house. If the dog is bigger when you bring him home, you will not be able to get along with it so easy.
Pitbulls are great and there are a lot of reasons to adopt one or even more. Before making this important step, think very well and decide if you really want to have a dog and if you are prepared for all that comes along. If yes, be prepared for a hard first month, until the puppy will understand where is its new home and that you are going to take care of it. If you have kids, it is even better to have baby pitbulls. They can connect easier with children and they will settle in the house faster.
For kids, blue pitbulls are great, because these dogs are very loving and protective with their owners. For the safety of your children, such a dog is perfect. Even if the dog will never be aggressive with the child, if it grows up with him, the dog will be used to defend him against strangers. Between kids and dogs, bonds are formed quickly and they can have a beautiful relationship. Just pay attention to the fact that you have to bring the dog home while it is still a baby. The puppy (or puppies if you prefer more than one) will understand that your house is now its home.