Thursday, April 12, 2007

Are You Ready for a Pit Bull?

Imagine you are considering buying a car ... Certain factors must be considered before you buy a car, so you do some research, look around, ask around, and even test drive a few cars. You want to make sure that you are getting a vehicle that is perfect for you, your personality, and your overall lifestyle.

So what about if you're considering buying a dog?

Well, the same factors should be applied before you get a dog, and especially if you are thinking about getting a Pit Bull. Because just like a big red powerful truck with a strong built and plenty of horsepower, a Pit bull may be the beautiful and strong powerful dog that you have been looking for but is simply not the dog that would fit your personality and lifestyle.

Before you decide to get a Pit Bull or any dog for that matter, you need to ask yourself if you truly are ready to take on the responsibility of owning a dog. In addition, you need to determine if you have enough experience with dogs to own a very powerful breed. Owning a Pit Bull requires a great deal of time, money, energy, and resources. Moreover, you need to be able to put in the commitment of having a Pit Bull for at least twelve or thirteen years, which is their average lifespan.

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