Pit Bulls That Love Valentine's Day!

 

Love is in the Air and we have just what you've been searching for: Pit Bulls celebrating that special time of year. A time filled with chocolate and roses galore. Feast your eyes on this wonderful occasion of Pit Bulls Celebrating Valentine's Day!

 

 

1. Be Ours, Please! 

 

2. Best Valentine's Day Gift EVER! 

 

3. I Love my Woman! 

 

4. I Got You All Dis Cuz I Wuv You

 

5. The Perfect Date Night Ensemble

 

6. Dis Is My Special Valentine!

 

7. I Give You These Roses To Show How Much I Love You Human

 

8. I Love You, No Bull !

 

9. Who Can Say No To This Smooth Operator?

 

10. Dis Flower Is For You!

 

11. Hugs and Lots of Wet Kisses XOXO

 

12. A Gentleman and His Woman 

 

13. YES, YES, YES, I'll Be Your Valentine Human!

 

14. Next Year I'll Have A New Human To Love

 

15. You Are the Best Human Any Dog Could Ask For!

 

16. Don't Worry My Kisses Are Free For You 

 

17. Valentine's Day With Bae 

 

18. A Rose For My Rose!

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19. Cupid's Aim Was Right On Target 

 

20. Thank You For Adopting Me Human, You Make Everyday Valentine's DAY! 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pit Bull Puppies in Clothing!

 

Seriously, what is cuter than a puppy in clothing? Yeah, not much so you can thank us after you scroll through these ADORA-BULL pictures of pit bull puppies in clothing. If this doesn't make you squeal or long to hold a puppy in your arms you might not love puppies and who doesn't love puppies? Exactly!

Enjoy!

 

1. PUPPY CUDDLE PUDDLE

 

2. READY FOR THE SNOW

 

3. PIT IN PAJAMAS

 

4. TWO OF THE BEST THINGS EVER IN ONE PICTURE!

 

5. TEENY TINY

 

6. JUST A BABY GIRAFFE

 

7. TWINNING!

 

8. FLOPPY CHOCOLATE EARS OF LOVE

 

9. PINT SIZE TRIBUTE

 

10. PITTIE PRINCESS

 

11. WHY HAVE ONE WHEN YOU CAN HAVE THREE?

 

12. BABY BLUES

 

13. DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE

 

14. JUST LIKE DADDY

 

15. VANILLA DIPPED TOES

 

16. LOOKING FLY IN YOUR TIE

 

17. TINY HEART MELTER

 

 

 

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The 45 Absolute Cutest Pit Bull Puppies on Instagram!

I've scoured all over Instagram to bring to you some of the cutest Pit Bull puppy pictures ever and I've compiled a long list of adorable pups. If you already love Pit Bulls you will fall in love all over again and if you don't, well it will be impossible to not crack a smile after peering into the eyes of these tiny heart breakers.

So without further ado - Voila! I introduce to you in no particular order,

 

The 45 Absolute Cutest Pit Bull Puppies on Instagram: 

 

 

1.  CAN I SKATE WITH YOU?

2. SWEET DREAMS

3. RASTA LIFE

4. UPSIDE DOWN CLOWN

5. PEEK-A-BOO 

6. MY FAVORITE SHIRT

7. SPOTS OF LOVE

8. LIFE IS RUFF

9. BIG WORLD, LITTLE PIT

10. CAN YOU PLAY WIF ME?

11. THE BEST PRESENT EVER

12. LAID OUT

13. TAKE ME EVERYWHERE MA

14. TINY DANCER

15. "I'M SO FANCY"

16. SO YOU SAID WE'RE GOING TO THE DOG PARK RIGHT?

17. WHATCHA DOIN' ?

18. CAN MY FWIEND COME WITH ME?

19. I JUST SAW A FISH IN DERE !

20. SWEATER WEATHER

21. SLEEPING BEAUTY

22. WEEEEEEEEEEEEE !

23. TECH SAVVY 

24. CUDDLE BUDDIES

25. CAN'T SLEEP WITHOUT MY PENGUIN

26. DO I HAVE SOMETHING IN MY TEEF?

27. HI THERE

28. BEST DAY EVER!

29. MY FAVORITE PLACE TO FALL ASLEEP 

30. NAVIGATING THROUGH THE BRUSH 

31. CELEBRATING GRADUATING PUPPY SCHOOL WITH A NAP

32. BABY BLUES

33. A STROLL IN A STROLLER

34. I MUSTACHE YOU A QUESTION

35. READ ME THE BEDTIME STORY ABOUT THE PIT BULL AGAIN

36. THE  HUMANS WILL NEVER FIND ME DOWN HERE

37. DID YOU SAY "WALK" ?

38. PITTIE PRINCESS PARTY

39. LOOK WHAT I CAN DO!

40. WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF

41. WEIGHING IN AT : ADORABLE!

42. TONGUE OUT TUESDAY

43. A CHARIOT FIT FOR A KING

44. OH HEY, I DIDN'T SEE YOU THERE

45. PINT SIZED CUTIE

 

 

 

Now that was quite a list! Hope you enjoyed the profound cuteness of these little ones. If you would like to share your Pit Bull Puppy with us please email us a picture and a sentence as to why your dog is special to you to : MyPitBullFriend@gmail.com

 

If you would like some tips on how to train your Pit Bull puppy click here : 7 Tips For Training Your New Pit Bull Puppy 

 

 

Until Next Time,

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7 Tips For Training Your New Pit Bull Puppy

My brother just rescued two of the cutest little Pit mix puppy siblings, more specifically Pitweiler puppies (half Pit Bull half Rottweiler). They've been spending a lot of time with Bentley and I had forgotten how much really goes in to training a puppy since Bentley is now 2 ½ years old. The constant peeing and pooping all over the place, whining and barking, ankle biting, teething... the list goes on. This brought back some memories of when Bentley was a puppy. Let me tell you though, she is a very well behaved dog now and knows a lot of tricks and commands but she was a rambunctious little thing as a puppy. I remember her chewing up everything she could get her tiny teeth on. One day I came home to a half eaten mattress and I mean this thing was literally half way chewed up. My jaw dropped and stayed like that until I spotted Bentley coming from around the back of the bed wagging her tail with a piece of mattress in her mouth. I started laughing because I couldn't believe that this small 9 week old puppy had done this. Those days of disaster are gone now though, thank heavens.

                                                       Here are the 2 little Pitweilers -Sophie and Romeo 

                                                       Here are the 2 little Pitweilers -Sophie and Romeo 

 

I thought that I would go ahead and compile a list of the tips that got me through puppy-hood with Bentley that may help you with your new addition to the family.

 

  1. Do not lose your cool.

    This is the most important tip. I can understand that it may be frustrating to come home to a house full of pee and poo or things chewed up and to get angry but do not scream and hit your puppy. He doesn't know any better, he's just doing what comes naturally. Don't worry, with time things will improve.

  2. Start training from day one.

    Teach your puppy that you are the leader. A good way is with feeding time. Before you feed your puppy hold his filled food bowl in your hand and tell him to “sit” (Puppies usually go crazy during feeding time). Once he calms down and sits, put the bowl down and say “good”. This will teach him that you are in control and the more you do this the sooner he will learn the word “sit” and a plus will be that he will be calm during feeding time in the future.

  3. Introduce your puppy to everyone and everything.

    Seriously! Take your puppy with you everywhere possibly you can. Introduce him to people, children dogs, cats, squirrels, whatever, just get him to be social. The more you do this, the better your dog will be in different situations. A well socialized dog is a better behaved dog in many circumstances. They do not get overly excited, nervous, anxious, or aggressive like dogs that are not socialized.

  4. Take your puppy on walks.

    A dog doesn't automatically know how to walk on a leash. Many older dogs still don't know. By taking your puppy on walks from day one not only are you exercising him and getting out some of that energy that might instead be spent tearing something apart, you are also teaching him how to follow your lead and get comfortable on a leash. If your puppy doesn't like the leash at first then just walk him with a collar and hold the leash in your hand. He will follow you on your walk. Keep practicing until he is comfortable going on walks with a leash on. Teach your puppy not to pull by stopping every time he does and only starting up again when he follows your lead. You may use the word “heal” when you do this.

  5. Play with your puppy.

    Just like walking your dog gets rid of build up energy, so does playing fetch for 10 minutes. Your puppy is full of energy and curiosity. You will be doing wonders playing with him and he will look forward t o play time and see it as a reward and once again you will tire him out and help stop bad behavior that stems from boredom and lack of stimulation, like destroying the couch cushions.

  6. Get some toys.

    Chew toys, ropes, squeaky stuffed animals, balls...These will hopefully keep the little one entertained for long enough so that he doesn't chew up the legs of your table while you're away at the grocery store.

  7. Enjoy the small things.

    Literally, enjoy your puppy being small because one day in the coming months he will be huge and you might not be able to carry him anymore and he might think he's a lap dog and jump on you while you're watching tv and it might hurt... a lot.

 

Good luck with your new puppy and please don't get mad about those shoes, they are replaceable. If you feel that a puppy might be too much work, there are many wonderful dogs that are waiting be rescued that are already trained. Don't be fooled thinking a puppy is the only way to go. Do your research and share your knowledge!

 

 

Cheers,

 

 

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