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    This is my Doggie nephew Chopper! He Belongs to my brothers girlfriend.

    Chopper is a Pretty Pitty

    This is chopper around the time she first got him.



    This is Chopper today



    Ruby and chopper are going to have their first play date this weekend
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    OMG he is gorgeous! But seriously Chopper? lmao.

    Oh I can't wait to get my next Pitt puppy. But in a way I can. Actually my next Pitt will be a rescue so it is going to be a while before any Pitt puppies for me, although I am always keen to foster the little ones while I find homes for them LOL.

    I hope your brother and his GF are responsible. Especially right now, too much danger to the little man's life if they are silly with him. Also please make sure he gets lots and lots of socialisation with dogs and people. My rule of thumb for Pitts is at least 100 - 150 dogs (prefer well behaved dogs of all ages, sizes, breeds) and at least 100 people before they are 16 weeks old (8 - 16 weeks is CRITICAL socialisation period, miss this period and you have missed a huge step in their development) this is so important especially for a breed that can have tendencies toward dog aggression.

    Must see pics of their playdate
    Last edited by Keira & Phoenix; 09-07-2011 at 02:25 PM.

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    Aw so cute My doggie nephew is a Pit Bull as well, he is a gorgeous dog too! I love their little wrinkly faces! (I think I just like all wrinkly faces hahaha)

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    She actually cant have children so Chopper is more her child then a dog. He has his own Nappy Bag FFS

    I dont think i will ever get another Puppy, I dont like puppies to be honest. I like them when they are other peoples, same as i like other peoples babies YOu can give them back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    She actually cant have children so Chopper is more her child then a dog. He has his own Nappy Bag FFS !
    To be honest that is more worrying than comforting. Most little dogs have behavioural issues because their owners treat them like children. Chopper is a dog not a person, I hope she realises the difference and acts accordingly. They are not a beginners breed, they require someone firm but caring, and as previously mentioned lots of socialisation.

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    Yeah I am not to sure if I will get another puppy either, it is so much work! I would much prefer to get an older rescue that is past the naughty stage!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    Yeah I am not to sure if I will get another puppy either, it is so much work! I would much prefer to get an older rescue that is past the naughty stage!
    I know I want another pup one day but I also know there are so many dogs out there who need rescuing. So rescue first then pup later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    To be honest that is more worrying than comforting. Most little dogs have behavioural issues because their owners treat them like children. Chopper is a dog not a person, I hope she realises the difference and acts accordingly. They are not a beginners breed, they require someone firm but caring, and as previously mentioned lots of socialisation.
    She has only ever owned Pitty's as far as I am aware, I think every person in her family owns at least one.

    Chop has only ever met two other dogs, both of course are Pitts.

    This is a trial play date with Ruby, as she will be the first female he has met and she doesnt like dogs humping her.

    We will see how it goes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    She has only ever owned Pitty's as far as I am aware, I think every person in her family owns at least one.

    Chop has only ever met two other dogs, both of course are Pitts.

    This is a trial play date with Ruby, as she will be the first female he has met and she doesnt like dogs humping her.

    We will see how it goes!
    Good news

    Sorry I am just a tad over protective of the breed. Especially after all that has happened recently

    Does he hump? LOL, the upside to not owning any male dogs, no humping, the downside females are bitches haha.

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    Apparently not, but as I said he has never met a female. Oh and yes females are reallll bitches haha I am they have fun together! xx
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