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Red Nose Pitbulls Are The Best Pet Dogs Ever

Red Nose Pitbulls human best pets

Red Nose Pitbulls are the most popular Pitbulls in the entire world, and are often considered as human best pets. These dogs have an interesting piece of history along as nobody exactly knows about their origin but still believes that they have derived from Ireland. Theses red nose pitbulls are the extended species of Pitbull. Apart from the red colored nose of these special breed, the red nose pitbulls do not at all differ from the other pitbulls such as the black or blue nose pitbull.

Many a times the red nose pitbulls are being misunderstood by most us due to their unfavorable behavior marked as violent and dangerous to human around them. Even it is very surprising that the in few places at this world selling pitbulls are actually illegal though later this was considered as false news. Although the temperament of the pitbull dogs might have seems to be a little aggressive, but the dogs gets rarely violent unless they are trained to do so. So the majority of red nose pitbulls you will find is actually see are very gracious and simply friendly as well as energetic. These dogs are very spontaneous and love to play around with immense level of energy.

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Red Nose Pitbull

Sometimes can also find some pitbulls which generally have a stubborn attitude, and that is the reason behind its bad stereotype image. Any red nose pitbulls who are properly trained can be turned as the most obedient pet, though considered as moot point to be still agreed upon. Red nose pitbull dogs are very well known for being extremely intelligent and unbelievably loyal, and that is why many people choose pitbulls as pet dog. They are really considered as fairly simple to train as they carry a very higher level of intellect.

It is really very important for all us to understand that as pets are animals, it is very natural that they might have some animal instincts, but it is not necessary that fighting could be an inborn trait of pitbull dogs. Although the red nose pitbulls have been always chosen for fighting dogs but they pick these dogs because they look strong as well as energetic for making anybody frighten.

However people do train these dogs so as to fight and often gets abusive to get these dogs fight. Whereas red nose pitbulls are not usually aggressive and if they are properly cared and well treated they will surely be less aggressive. Red Nose Pitbulls are normally very playful and very well make their master happy.

Those of us who are in search for a protective dog, red nose pitbull are one to be chosen. As these dogs are not violent, they are otherwise considered protective for those who own it or live with, know it, and even any other it has socialized with. Most of the Pitbulls shows   protective signs in various other situations considered, as these dogs have this instinct naturally. That is why many of us also use these red nose pitbulls are our guard dogs.

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  • Peter Lee Dyer said:

    I Have A 11year Old Female Named Lovey She’s The Smartest Dog I’ve Ever Had. I’M Pretty Sure Spoiling The Bitch TOO THE MAX… And Making Everone say Hi To Lovey To Teach People That DOG’S DO WHAT THEIR TAUGHT. GOOD BAD OR INDIFFERENT Sincerly Peter Lee Dyer

  • sue said:

    i am 56 and have a red nosed pitty called sid he is gorgeous and is such a hunk
    he loves [like] adores our grand kids
    he chooses us as his friends
    his protective nature is to be obsessive when he rounds us up and proceeds to kiss us all we know he is happy until he relaxes and farts he is a great
    guy and lives with two girl labs and they adore him as much as he does them

    nz hate these dogs cos they are gang affilaited

    we older folk have pit bulls as pets esp red nosed they are great family guys
    very wimpy tho in thunder and lightning storms

  • ? said:

    Rednose pitbulls are from england…..they are not theyre own breed. They are essentially American Pitbull terriors (APBT)

  • sue said:

    we are concerned cos of the dog attacks on children in nz jan 2012 pit bulls red crossed however with a bad breed staffys who are not that sociable please comment
    pit bulls esp red pedigres are delightful and fun and love riding in the car
    from an older owner in her fifties and aint the coats of red guys so lovely

  • Tamara said:

    I have had my Koko for about 10 years now and will be looking to get another red nosed pit when she passes. She has saved me from domestic violence type relationships, has scared off burglars when I was in the house, and even chased someone who was pepping through my fence. She senses my moods and she has been the best dog I have ever had. I’ve had Alaskan Huskies, Rottweilers, Sheep dogs, etc, but nothing has compared to my red nose. She was easy to train and can even walk without a leash. Obviously, given all the negative press about pit bulls, people are afraid of her but I get compliments on how beautiful she is from all ages, young and old. The only downfall she does have is she chases after squirrels :-) Koko is protective over myself, my mother, and my little brother…technically any younger person in the house she will protect. Every one she has come in contact with notices she is a very well trained dog and has even gone out to get a dog like her. People do not realize the stereotype that comes with this dog..I have even gone homeless just to protect my dog from the apartment laws; Landlords have told me “Either get rid of your dog or move out” so I always chose the latter. This is probably why she is so attached to me. She does love when we go “Bye Bye” in the car and can understand everything I tell her. At this age, all she does is sleep and can’t walk as long as we used to but I still enjoy every minute I have with her. She IS my child.

  • Melissa said:

    i just rescued a red nose female today , she is extremely skinny and a year old .. how well is this going to work out for me ? shes my first pit and i know nothing about their personalities .. she does seem quite timid though ..
    helppp ?

  • RANDY said:

    MELISSA, THE RED NOSE PITS ARE ORIGINALLY FROM THE LARGER PART OF IRELAND, IF YOU READ UP ON THE HISTORY, IT WILL TELL YOU, AND REMEMBER ONE THING, YOUR MOOD DETERMINES THE DOGS MOOD, PATIENTS IS A MUST.

  • LUIS said:

    I just got my first red nose pit bull puppy . Her name is Piper , I have
    her for two weeks now and she is three months old . The people that had her for about two weeks before me were teaching her to be biting all the time .But now I have her not doing that any more . She is so smart and sweet I do not under stand why anyone would show a little puppy things like that thank god that she is mine now . I know that I will enjoy her for many years to come . With all the comments that everyone is posting I know I made the right move by taking her in my life . Thanks to all of you.

  • Kelly said:

    I am the proud owner of the most loving intelligent and beautiful female Red Nose Pit her name is Lola . She is completly non aggressive but she is protective of me , my husband , and anyone she has been introduced to . When we got her we knew of the bad rep on her breed . We devoted our time to train her and always be mimdful of her surroundings , for her safety . She is so smart and loving and it hurts to know that most pits in shelters are simply put to death just for what their breed is stereo typed . Any dog or any animal can bite . If certain people would not train these people pleasers to fight I believe they would not because my pup knows nothing about fighting or aggression . I love my Lola so much she is the greatest dog in the world , and

  • jay said:

    I rescued a 3yr red-nosed pit yesterday. She look like she just had pups about 6wks ago and someone dropped her off in my community to wander. she looks like she has been in fights due to minor scars on her head. she is very friendly so far. shes calm for the most of time. she enjoys people rubbing on her. I have on problem I dont have enough room in the house to keep her and she likes to walk. what should I do with her. She does have eye infection due to the weather she has been subject too and underweight. I dont know how aggressive she is. Help?

  • Amanda said:

    We just got a Red Nose pit puppy whom we named Tasha. She has become very loyalto me , and shows me love every chance she gets. We also have a couple other dogs who have become her friends. She and our American bulldog mix who is a fixed male took her on as his kinda cute. Thee most loyal dog I will ever own

  • Nancy said:

    I have a red nose pitt that is about 8 years old and her name is Bossy. My son got her as a pup. She is the best and smartest dog I have ever seen. I talk to her like she is human and I know she understands me. She is absolutely great with babies and small children. My grandson climbs on her and pulls her tail. Bossy will turn and just look at him. She loves on the kids when they come over. It is like she is mothering them. She has to check them out to make sure they are alright. When my son brought her home, I was not sure because of the reputation of the pitbulls. I would not trade her for nothing in the world. She is protective of myself and my son. She loves to go for a ride in the car. Also, she was easy to train.

  • jzelsnana said:

    My family and I just got a 10 week old female american red nose pit bull. OMG she is so funny and playful. She already has fallen in love with our granddaughter and plays with our 8 year old cocker spaniel. Believe it or not my husband walked into our granddaughters room tonight and growled and barked at him. I thought my husband was going to fall over from laughing so hard. I have had dobermans, collies mutts but never a pit. By reading all of the comments, I am happy I made the decision to get her. Not only do we have a great new family member but an alarm system that does not use electricity or a third party to monitor.

  • Joe Pisano said:

    To be safe never leave a child and dog together without adult supervision.

  • bec said:

    l have had my 12 week old red nose for a week now and l have seen her to be loyal loving and sweet, she loves to play with my young children. she has picked up basic commands and toilet training within a few days. it doesnt matter what breed of dog it is any dog can behave badly if taught to do so, there is no such thing as a bad dog only a bad owner!!! people need to stop portraying this breed as aggressivesimply because a few people treat their dogs badly.

  • Ashlie said:

    I just got a red nose pit her name is angel and she is about 7 weeks old. She is very loving but the only problem I seem to have with her is the biting..Now i am trying to break her of it, but I don’t want to do anything wrong .I have two children and she has picked my youngest who is 6 to be her chew toy. How do I break her of this or is this normal for them to be so bitty when playing?

  • Amy said:

    I took in a red nose. I named him ruben, I think he is about 8 months old but not sure. He was badly treated, very nervous dog at first. He is a real beaut!. I was a bit nervous at first as I have a son who is nearly 2. But I have had him now for a while and he is wicked with him. I’m so proud I gave him a chance now, because my son loves him and Ruben loves my son. He has lots of energy but such a good family dog. I’ve got to say he is stuborne but all he wants is love.

  • JIMMY said:

    HI MY NAME ITS JIMMY I HAVE A RED NOSE PIT BULL HES DYING OF CANCER HE DONT HAVE LONG TO LIVE, HE ITS THE GREATEST DOG EVER I TAKE HIM WITH ME EVERYWHERE I GO HE LOVE MY DAUGHTER AND MY FAMILY THEY ARE THE MOST WONDERFULL DOG U CAN EVER HAD, HE FOLLOW MY DAUGHTER AND MY GRAND NIECE EVERYWHERE THEY GO TO CHECK UP ON THEM NOT ONLY I’M GOING TO BE LOSING A GREAT FRIEND I’M GOING TO BE LOSING THE BEST DOG I EVER HAD IF U HAVE A RED NOSE PLEASE TREASURE THEM AND MAKE SURE U TAKE THEM TO THE VET JUST TO GET TESTED FOR CANCER MY DOG WAS ONLY 4 YEARS OLD AND ITS HURTING ME JUST THINKING HE WONT BE WITH ME ANYMORE, AND WEN HE DO PASS AWAY I’M GETTING ANOTHER RED NOSE TO REPLACE HIM I KNOW ITS GOING TO BE HARD TO REPLACE MY DOG I’LL BE HAPPY JUST TO GET ONE THAT LOOK LIKE HIM I LOVE MY RED NOSE PIT BULL

  • paul said:

    I have a 2 yr old red nose named Lennox he is an amazing dog .he makes me laugh til it hurts. This breed of dog is amazing. Wouldn’t trade him for the world

  • joanne said:

    Hi. Yes I’m another devoted pit bull owner. I have 3. A 13 yr old staffordshire female. Nanny. A 6 yr old male. Ikey is his name. He’s 85 lbs. His head won’t fit in a five gallon bucket. His shoulders are about 18 inches off floor. He’s gorgeous His parents are English bulldog (mom). And dad is a red nose. And my pride and joy. A 4 yr old red nose. Tysons. (He came with the name). LOL I got him at 8 months. I am his 3rd owner. He had it pretty bad til we found each other. He is so intelligent and energetic. I figure his personality is just the bonus. He loves people, children of all sizes, and other dogs. Juz want to have fun. And so obediant. He just so devoted. And I can’t get over his love of water. He’s crazy. Dives for rocks. I’ve got so many pics and videos. He’s quite the conversation starter. People can’t believe they’re watching him do this stuff. Soooooo up until recently its been a real harmonious house hold. My older male has been jumping him . And OMG. It’s horrible. Ikey has hurt him pretty bad this last 2 altracations……..so knowing ikey is taking the dominant stand. I’vehad to separate them. I can’t allow this to go on no more. It’s going to take some patience from all. So between alternate kenalling, in my home. To putting up a huge run inside our already fenced yard. My boys will be extra safe all the time. Loosing one of them Juz simply isn’t an option. When I adopt a pet. It’s for the length of my life.

  • Cyndy said:

    We also have had the greatest pleasure with a little red-nosed 5 or 6 months old. Somebody dumped him & since we seem to be the people everybody comes too we took him in. His name is Rascal & it deffinately fits him to a tee!!! We have 2 Champion Keeshond’s, 5 adopted cats up in their years but we are one happy family!!! We assume his owners tied him up & spanked him because they couldn’t potty train him. Within 5 days he learned & we are all quite happy about that!!!! He is very gentle, extremely smart loves to chew on kongs & play toss. He is by far one of the best dogs we have ever had & we thank the people that dumped him! We did put up posters, but we got his chip & shots within a week. So sorry that some people think it is okay to rid themselves of pets that don’t work out….we didn’t know we wanted another dog, but he will live with us & travel with us. We have a fifth-wheel & it’s the other boys homes & will be Rascal’s too!!!

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