Nurture Your Pit Bull Puppy

To prevent your Pit Bull from getting lost, you can get a microchip to place on your puppy's collar. Another method í to get an identifying microchip insert below his skin, while use another identification tag to wrap around his neck. By doing this, it would be much easier to locate your Pit Bull if he ever gets lost. These guys are good at escaping your yards. You can ask for microchip from humane societies which offer low-cost services. 

You can take a step further to make your yard more secured with a solid fence that is at least six foot tall. Fences made with chain link can be easily climbed and cannot prevent someone from taking your pet.

You also need to feed your Pit Bull a full diet. First, you can talk to your vet about choosing the best dry dog food. Make sure you avoid commercial foods that are full of crap materials like meat by-products like meat by-products or grain meal. Offer your Puppy the best dry dog food for Pitbull, which immediately lists meat in the first five ingredients. Instead of free feeding (leave a bowl full of food outside all day), give him several smaller meals throughout the day. If you are unsure about how much to feed him, read the labels behind the package first, or talk to you vet about it. 

Another thing you should do is give your puppy regular vaccinations and medical checkups. To prevent unexpected litters, maybe you can spay or neuter your puppy. Besides worms treating, your puppy also needs basic vaccinations starting at 8 weeks of age. 3 or 4 weeks after the first shot, your Pit Bull should be given a booster. Other vaccines may be necessary depends on the particular condition of your dog.

Have your pup examined by a vet before you bring him home, and make sure he sees the vet yearly.