The Difference Between a Blue Fawn Pitbull and Blue Nose Pitbull

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Pit bulls are one of the most popular breed of dog in the world and also one of the most feared. Powerful animal, pitbulls of all types have been bred for the purpose of fighting and has unfortunately given these loving animals a bad name. Many people are scared of Pitbulls for simply all the wrong reasons. While all dog breeds can show signs of aggression, there is no research that indicates that Pitbulls are more aggressive than any other dog.
But people who are more educated about this amazing dog breed know that Pitbulls are not predisposed to aggression. In fact, many people own pitbulls as family pets. These very active dogs love to spend time with the family but require more attention than some breeds. So if you are going to add one of these attractive animals to your family make sure you have lots of time to spend with them. While there are many different types of Pitbulls out there; two specific breeds often standout as the most popular.

There are two very popular Pitbull breeds that many people prefer; the Blue Fawn Pitbull and the Blue Nose Pitbull. Pitbull breeders all over the world have been producing these amazing animals for many years due to both their color and temperament. These two Pitbull varieties are becoming the breed of choice by many. Today we are going to take a deeper look at each of these breeds and why they are sought after.

Blue Fawn Pibulls

These beautiful dogs have a very uniquely colored coat that has a sliver hue. This sliver color comes from a recessive dilution gene which is selected during the breeding process. Another distinct trait that every Blue Fawn Pit possesses is a red nose that helps them stand out among other Pitbull breeds. Blue Fawn Pits are very muscular dogs with strong jaws and make great watch dogs. Any intruder will surely think twice about breaking into a home with one of these dogs standing at the front gate. For those of you who wish to keep your Blue Fawn Pit in your home, potty training will be easy because they are very intelligent dogs.

Blue Nose Pitbull

This breed of Pitbull is very similar to the Blue Fawn and also has a sliver pattern their coats. But unlike the Fawn a Blue Nose Pit has a gray looking nose that almost looks blue. Selective breeding has allowed many Pitbull breeders to produce these amazing looking dogs. These Pitbulls are highly sought after by those looking for a family pet because they are considered the most docile of all Pitbull types. While these dogs are very gentle around humans they don’t always get along with other dog breeds. So you will have to carefully watch these dogs around other animals. Health issues are another concern when it comes to the Blue Nose. As these dogs grow older they often face skin problems such as dry skin, baldness and irritation. But with proper hygiene and annual trips to the vet these conditions can easily be controlled.

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