Pit bulls are very courageous dogs that require early socialization with other dogs and children. Most of us think that these dog breeds are tend to be aggressive, but this is their owner's fault, no the dogs. Pit bull puppy care will make your pet more friendly and loyal to all your family members.
The early socialization period is very short, lasting for only a few months. During this time, puppies learn how to behave with other dogs and humans.
Socializing Training should be start as soon as puppies are old enough to try to wander away from the mother dog. They should be routinely handled, groomed regularly, and exposed to the sights and sounds that will be part of their adult lives.
The senses are well developed at the age of four weeks. At this age, the pit bull puppies should receive mental stimulation and learn how to behave with other dogs through regular play activity. They may be kept in a pen so that they can become adjusted to their surroundings without being frightened.
Try to groom your pit bull puppy at least twice a week. This helps to keep the puppy's coat clean and satisfies its need for mothering.
You should handle the pup several times in a day. This will help the pit bull puppy to accept being picked up and held by humans. Early obedience training from four weeks old will lead to good habits in later life. If you teach a puppy to sit or stand for its meal now, it will naturally do so as an adult.
Be sure to provide growing pit bull puppies with frequent, nutritious meals necessary for both growth and the maintenance of their bodies.
After eight weeks old, the puppy will move to its new home, so it must be vaccinated against infectious diseases including parvo, corona, distemper, leptospira, etc. Check with your vet to do these vaccinations at the earliest possible time.
Once you adopt these early socializing lessons to the pit bull puppies, it will ensure confident on the young dog and will become more inquisitive and exhibits a "can do and don't give up" attitude.