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How to keep your Pitbull healthy?

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NOVEMBER, 26,2013

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It is known that Pitbulls are beautiful, smart and muscular dogs, but they tend to have some health problems as every human beeing. They say that prevention is better than cure and this is true. Here is what vets and dog experts say about the prevention of dog health problems.

 

Walk your Pitbull every day. It is very important to walk a dog, especially if you live in a flat. Pitbulls are strong dogs and it is necessary to direct their energy in the correct way. Daily walks improve your Pitbull's sleep, keep its joints healthy and reduces boredom. Outside activities will also help to break your dog's bad habits.

 

Visit the veterinarian regularly. It is important to visit a vet not only when you notice your Pitbull is feeling unwell, but regular checkups will help to maintain your Pitbull's health and prevent serious health problems. 

 

Brush your Pitbull regularly. This procedure is needed in order to keep your dog's skin clean. Regular brushing minimizes shedding. It is also advised to clip your dog's nails. If you do not have time for this, regular walks on city streets will minimize this need. 

 

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