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Name: tiye | Date: Jul 23rd, 2007 6:59 PM
well i think having a baby is totally different from having puppies 

Name: bullgrog | Date: Jul 27th, 2007 4:46 PM
about to have a baby in a few months i have a pitbull year in a half old loves people never growled at any one she only plays with toys hates other dogs through not hyper through she is very trained should i trust her does she know the differnt between a chils and another dog? 

Name: punk | Date: Sep 3rd, 2007 8:35 PM
Pitbulls are born wild dogs with an instinct to hunt and defend themselves. I dont care how nice and friendly you think that your family pet is...........they have the instinct to snap at any time if something does not sit right with them, baby or not. I would not be leaving your baby alone with this breed of dog, nor allow them to play within your supervision.....if the dog attacks, what can you really do? Dont take any chances, your baby is your world, if you can prevent the risk, please prevent it. 

Name: cherisalorraine | Date: Sep 4th, 2007 2:43 AM
i have 2 pit mixes and 1 full pit as well as a coon dog and a border collie mix my dogs love my kids and mu puppy that jumps from time to time just unerd went some wajor leash training to overcome the jumping problem my kids thought it was funny but i feel that a dog should know its place is on four feet unless it is playing.love your dog dont show fear when you introduce' its new brother or sister' and you will be fine 

Name: cherisalorraine | Date: Sep 4th, 2007 2:50 AM
if punk had her way we would not be able to allow children around cocker spaniel,chow chows,dalmations rottweilers beagles and a multitude of other breeds all dogs are bread for a reason and most of them are now what is considered bench dogs which means that the natural ability to do the that job has been bread out of them dogs in america are more likely to be bench dogs than in any other country please dont listen to narrow minded philosophy when the facts do not support it more children are bitten by dogs under 15lbs than any other size it is not as publisized as large dog attacks because they generally dont cause as much damage 

Name: JIMMY | Date: Sep 22nd, 2007 4:22 PM

Name: juan lopez | Date: Oct 15th, 2007 1:18 PM
whats crackn any body want to buy a grey baby pitbull 

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Name: Joe | Date: Oct 19th, 2007 12:01 AM
I long does it take a 5 year old pitbull to give birth? 

Name: baby boy | Date: Oct 25th, 2007 7:50 PM
what up 

Name: kay | Date: Oct 25th, 2007 7:50 PM

Name: EDITH | Date: Oct 31st, 2007 11:04 PM



right..talkin about pitbulls...


I LOVE THEM?!?!?!? 

Name: Joanna | Date: Nov 6th, 2007 5:12 PM
I've read all of your comments and most of them are great! Especially the one comment about bring a piece of clothing home from the baby and letting the dog smell it. I myself am 6 months pg and was very concerned about how my 2 pitbulls would react to the new baby. I have a female rednose who is 5 and male that is 2. The female is a bit more aggresive then the male. We never raised our dogs to fight but she is very overprotective and spoiled. She has had a lot of attention throughout the years and now with the baby coming I hope she reacts well. As for the male he is so hyper and dumb but would never harm a soul. I am so confused!! Giving them away is not an option cause I love them tooooo much. What should I do???? 

Name: T-rabbit | Date: Nov 6th, 2007 8:41 PM
Well for starters I suggest spay/neuter them if not done already. Secondly you better lay down some strict laws for them and YOURSELF.
For instance not allowing them up on the furniture, having them stay calm when in your house. All it takes is a overexcited dog to zoom around the house fly up on the couch and hut the baby. NEVER AND I MEAN NEVER leave the baby in the same room with dogs alone. Basic obedience and common sense on your part will keep your pack together and bring the new addition to the top of the pack. Keep in mind you don't need to make up to your dogs for having a baby. The baby is going to be a pack leader from the day she/he comes in to your home. Always make to dog walk behind your stroller and wait for the baby to exit the room before them. If you have any q's after the baby gets there you can e-mail me at [email protected] 

Name: m_hodam | Date: Nov 12th, 2007 9:29 PM

Name: austin | Date: Nov 26th, 2007 3:23 PM
we are having a baby in seven months my girlfriend has a five year old pit. i am afraid of letting the dog around the baby, i have heard too many horror stories. what should i do? 

Name: lindalu | Date: Nov 26th, 2007 5:33 PM
Yes, T-rabbit is right you must always move the child to the top of the pack. It may not be easy for you to do this especially if you yourself don't already have leader ship. One who has 100% pack leader ship can decide just about every thing that will be in the pack and the dog will respond appropriately. 

Name: kassie | Date: Dec 13th, 2007 6:16 PM
no because i moved in with a family member that had a pitbull and she was very protective of young kids we all loved her 

Name: laflaca | Date: Jan 5th, 2008 4:15 AM

Name: jason | Date: Jan 16th, 2008 2:27 AM
I have a red nose and she is due any day. Anyone know about how long once you can feel the babies moving until she will actually pop them out? 

Name: DIONNE | Date: Jan 18th, 2008 11:56 PM

Name: ashleyPeterson06 | Date: Jan 26th, 2008 9:25 PM
no. just start teaching her to be calm around the baby. make her lay completely flat on her side while the baby is sitting next to her. she will learn when the baby is near to lay down and be calm. i had to train mine to do the same as well. now they take naps together every afternoon 

Name: luis | Date: Feb 3rd, 2008 12:44 AM
Hi everyone, I have a 5 year old rednose pitbull in Boston Mass. I am leaving the country and can't find someone who can keep him in a loving home. He needs lots of running and play time. Please I need somebody to help me. I don't want money just a good home for him. [email protected] and leave me your info 

Name: CHERYL TAYLOR | Date: Feb 8th, 2008 9:01 PM

Name: bob | Date: Mar 4th, 2008 10:12 PM
how long those it take for pitbull to have puppies 

Name: Nicole | Date: Mar 13th, 2008 5:56 PM
I have three pitbulls, who are horribly spoiled and think they are lap dogs. I was a little concerned when I had my daughter Jayden, 6 wks ago. They have been great with her! My 1 1/2 year old stud Thor has made it his duty to 'babysit' he won't leave her side. My 4 year old female 'Kaia' and her 13 wk old pup 'Kane' are curious but for the most part keep their distance, partly because Thor warns them off. The dogs jump up on everyone (I wish I could break them of this) but will not jump up on any one holding Jayden 

Name: Nicole | Date: Mar 13th, 2008 6:00 PM
To those wondering about pit pregnancy, my pits first mated and locked on 10/7/2007 and the pups were born on 12/9/2007. So about two months. My pit was an excellant mother. There are some good websites on whelping, if its your first litter. 

Name: ovardy | Date: Apr 3rd, 2008 2:44 AM
im about to get a pitbull should i get it 

Name: Taylor | Date: Apr 12th, 2008 7:47 PM
my friends dog is a pitbull and she is having puppies soon, we don't really know what to do, we are not experienced at all, we need a lot of help and tips, so if anyone is willing to give us some information, it would be simply amazing, please help if you can, thank you. 

Name: leticia | Date: May 7th, 2008 2:27 PM
how can i tell if my pit is going to have babys can u please help me she is 1 years old 

Name: Liz | Date: May 17th, 2008 8:48 PM
pitbulls are very gentile with babies.. they were often called the nannies of america in the 40s and 50s... i would just let them get acquainted slowly.

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