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how do you know if your 2month old pup have a high temperature or a low temperature any signs of that thanks
 

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The pup should feel warm to the touch, as a dog's normal body temp is about 101 degrees. I have a doggie ear-thermometer that I got at Petco, or you can always do it the hard way. :wink:

How is he acting? Lethargic? Not eating? Anything like that?
 

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oh because i heard that if a pitbll temperature is higher then 90 then thats gonna be a dog that you gonna have problems with
 

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Leeann.Bella.Remy said:
All dogs (unless they're dead or deathly hypothermic) have temperatures over 90 degrees F.
Thats what I thought. Legend's always a nice foot warmer! lol.....But I wonder why someone would tell PitbullKing that his dog is going to be a problem b/c his temperature is over 90 degrees F. Where do people come up with that stuff? lol
 

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pitbullking said:
oh because i heard that if a pitbll temperature is higher then 90 then thats gonna be a dog that you gonna have problems with
That's really bizarre. Have you taken your dog to the vet? They check temps. there. A dog's temp is 101-102 normally. You need to find some new friends to give you advice on your dog/s :?
 

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pitbullking said:
oh because i heard that if a pitbll temperature is higher then 90 then thats gonna be a dog that you gonna have problems with
That is true.

You should also take care never to feed your pit bull raw meat, as the taste of blood will make him viscious.

Additionally, you should research the character traits of pit bulls the color of yours, as different colored pit bulls are actually different types of pit bulls and act differently from one another. White pit bulls, for example, eventually turn on and attack their owners.

You should only keep your pit bull tied out in the back yard with a chain at least as thick as your wrist. Personally, I make a harness of the same chain and leave it on my pit bull 24/7 as this helps to build muscle and acheive that "ripped" look.

You should muzzle your pit bull at all times, as pit bulls have a 1600 PSI bite and locking jaws. If he bites somebody or something, it will be impossible for him to let go.

Never let your pit bull around children, as they are unpredictable around children by nature.

Pay close attention to any sudden change in your pit bull's behavior, as their brains are known to swell, causing them to go crazy.

Your pit bull is a home guardian by nature, and you should expect him to ward off unfamiliar people with much bravado.

facetious
Main Entry: fa·ce·tious
Pronunciation: f&-'sE-sh&s
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle French facetieux, from facetie jest, from Latin facetia
1 : joking or jesting often inappropriately : WAGGISH <just being facetious>
2 : meant to be humorous or funny : not serious <a facetious remark>
 

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Chrisnjen said:
pitbullking said:
oh because i heard that if a pitbll temperature is higher then 90 then thats gonna be a dog that you gonna have problems with
That is true.

You should also take care never to feed your pit bull raw meat, as the taste of blood will make him viscious.

Additionally, you should research the character traits of pit bulls the color of yours, as different colored pit bulls are actually different types of pit bulls and act differently from one another. White pit bulls, for example, eventually turn on and attack their owners.

You should only keep your pit bull tied out in the back yard with a chain at least as thick as your wrist. Personally, I make a harness of the same chain and leave it on my pit bull 24/7 as this helps to build muscle and acheive that "ripped" look.

You should muzzle your pit bull at all times, as pit bulls have a 1600 PSI bite and locking jaws. If he bites somebody or something, it will be impossible for him to let go.

Never let your pit bull around children, as they are unpredictable around children by nature.

Pay close attention to any sudden change in your pit bull's behavior, as their brains are known to swell, causing them to go crazy.

Your pit bull is a home guardian by nature, and you should expect him to ward off unfamiliar people with much bravado.

facetious
Main Entry: fa·ce·tious
Pronunciation: f&-'sE-sh&s
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle French facetieux, from facetie jest, from Latin facetia
1 : joking or jesting often inappropriately : WAGGISH <just being facetious>
2 : meant to be humorous or funny : not serious <a facetious remark>

LMAO! :lol:
 

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Chrisnjen said:
pitbullking said:
oh because i heard that if a pitbll temperature is higher then 90 then thats gonna be a dog that you gonna have problems with
That is true.

You should also take care never to feed your pit bull raw meat, as the taste of blood will make him viscious.

Additionally, you should research the character traits of pit bulls the color of yours, as different colored pit bulls are actually different types of pit bulls and act differently from one another. White pit bulls, for example, eventually turn on and attack their owners.

You should only keep your pit bull tied out in the back yard with a chain at least as thick as your wrist. Personally, I make a harness of the same chain and leave it on my pit bull 24/7 as this helps to build muscle and acheive that "ripped" look.

You should muzzle your pit bull at all times, as pit bulls have a 1600 PSI bite and locking jaws. If he bites somebody or something, it will be impossible for him to let go.

Never let your pit bull around children, as they are unpredictable around children by nature.

Pay close attention to any sudden change in your pit bull's behavior, as their brains are known to swell, causing them to go crazy.

Your pit bull is a home guardian by nature, and you should expect him to ward off unfamiliar people with much bravado.

facetious
Main Entry: fa·ce·tious
Pronunciation: f&-'sE-sh&s
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle French facetieux, from facetie jest, from Latin facetia
1 : joking or jesting often inappropriately : WAGGISH <just being facetious>
2 : meant to be humorous or funny : not serious <a facetious remark>
:lol: :lol:
 

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Chrisnjen said:
pitbullking said:
oh because i heard that if a pitbll temperature is higher then 90 then thats gonna be a dog that you gonna have problems with
That is true.

You should also take care never to feed your pit bull raw meat, as the taste of blood will make him viscious.

Additionally, you should research the character traits of pit bulls the color of yours, as different colored pit bulls are actually different types of pit bulls and act differently from one another. White pit bulls, for example, eventually turn on and attack their owners.

You should only keep your pit bull tied out in the back yard with a chain at least as thick as your wrist. Personally, I make a harness of the same chain and leave it on my pit bull 24/7 as this helps to build muscle and acheive that "ripped" look.

You should muzzle your pit bull at all times, as pit bulls have a 1600 PSI bite and locking jaws. If he bites somebody or something, it will be impossible for him to let go.

Never let your pit bull around children, as they are unpredictable around children by nature.

Pay close attention to any sudden change in your pit bull's behavior, as their brains are known to swell, causing them to go crazy.

Your pit bull is a home guardian by nature, and you should expect him to ward off unfamiliar people with much bravado.

facetious
Main Entry: fa·ce·tious
Pronunciation: f&-'sE-sh&s
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle French facetieux, from facetie jest, from Latin facetia
1 : joking or jesting often inappropriately : WAGGISH <just being facetious>
2 : meant to be humorous or funny : not serious <a facetious remark>
Another one I was just told awhile back by some guy who has an APBT who has not been around other dogs. He says to me you know if you don't feed APBT's for a couple of days it makes them dog aggressive!............huh?............I was like oh you've got to be kidding me! lol. What does him feeding this poor dog and her being nice to another dog have anything to do with each other?? NOTHING! Thats the worst one I've heard so far.
 

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THESE IS THE 2 PUPS THAT I KEPT SO I MEAN 1 OF THEM IS WHITE SO YOU TELLING ME IT IS GOING 2 TRY 2 KILL ME IS THAT A FACT OR OPINION BECAUSE SO FAR THEY SCARE OF ME BUT PEOPLE THEY NEVER SEEN BEFORE THEY START 2 SHAKE AND THEN WHEN PEOPLE TRY 2 PAT THEM THEY START 2 GROWL WHILE IS THAT
 

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THESE IS THE 2 PUPS THAT I KEPT SO I MEAN 1 OF THEM IS WHITE SO YOU TELLING ME IT IS GOING 2 TRY 2 KILL ME IS THAT A FACT OR OPINION BECAUSE SO FAR THEY SCARE OF ME BUT PEOPLE THEY NEVER SEEN BEFORE THEY START 2 SHAKE AND THEN WHEN PEOPLE TRY 2 PAT THEM THEY START 2 GROWL WHILE IS THAT
Chrisnjen wasn't being serious about anything he said. Notice his definition of "facetious" at the end of his post!

Your pups are scared of you and growl at other people? YIKES!! Sounds like they have unstable, fearful temperaments. Start socializing them in a positive way (lots of treats and praise so they associate people with good things), or you're going to have dangerous dogs on your hands that will be better off humanely euthanized.
 

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i been trying but they start 2 shack when they see other people and then when they touch them they growl and try 2 bite them so i leave them in the backyard instead they only 9weeks old so im give them sometime along
 

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i been trying but they start 2 shack when they see other people and then when they touch them they growl and try 2 bite them so i leave them in the backyard instead they only 9weeks old so im give them sometime along
they are way too young to be left in the back yard, You NEED to pay attention to them more, They are babies, they need to be in a crate if they are left alone, there is alot that can hurt them when they are so young, they need to be around people to get used.

Where did you get the pups may I ask? They look awful little to be 9 weeks old. maybe 4-5 wks to me.
 

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Don't mean to be a basher, but you my friend need to do some serious research!! My skin crawls just thinking those to little pups are "in the back yard cuz they need some time alone". If I were you I would start over, take those pups to a no kill shelter and let them raise them in a foster home till they are of age, and then adopt them out. Bully breeds have enough going against them, you need to do your homework. And what exactly do you define as a "growl" those pups look so young they are probably shaking cuz they are cold.
 

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sheila said:
Don't mean to be a basher, but you my friend need to do some serious research!! My skin crawls just thinking those to little pups are "in the back yard cuz they need some time alone". If I were you I would start over, take those pups to a no kill shelter and let them raise them in a foster home till they are of age, and then adopt them out. Bully breeds have enough going against them, you need to do your homework. And what exactly do you define as a "growl" those pups look so young they are probably shaking cuz they are cold.
Would have to agree with Sheila. Having owned two pitbulls, they aren't the best first dog to own. Especially when you are already making some pretty important mistakes with them. Whatever you do now will affect what they become when they grow up - so if you have an uncontrollable tiny little pup, you'll end up having an uncontrollable, dangerous 30-40 kilo dog. 9 weeks is when you should be teaching them the most. The old "they are too young, I'll teach them later" is a cop out - it's much easier to teach a pup and get them in good habits than it is to teach an older dog who already has bad habits.

If you don't have the time to do the right thing, give them to someone that does - otherwise do your research and teach them properly.

Good Luck
 
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