Originally bred to “bait” bulls, the breed evolved into all-around farm dogs, and later moved into the house to become “nanny dogs” because they were so gentle around children


Hip dysplasia (and elbow dysplasia): that is frequent in brindle pitbulls of any colour; blue-nosed brindle pitbulls to red-nosed brindle pitbulls, darkish or mild colours. Hip dysplasia is a malformation of the hip joint, the place the ball on the high of the leg doesn’t match correctly into the socket and the ligaments that connect it are weak. This permits extreme motion of the attachment which may finally result in stiffness and ache for the canine.

Continued use, put on and tear with this naturally energetic breed can result in hip degeneration in a single or generally each hips, inflicting ache and limiting the canine’s mobility. Even with early analysis and therapy, it will possibly result in additional issues akin to arthritis, excessive ache and even osteoarthritis.


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