Top 10 PitBull Accessories
Every Pit Bull Owner Must Have!
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This Black genuine leather dog collar measures 29 inches in length, and is made for dogs with necks measuring from 22 to 26 inches. The collar is 1 5/8″ wide, and has 34 1″ chrome plated spikes, accented with 116 polished pyramid studs and 16 round studs, to give your dog that fierce look. The spikes are high quality, individually screwed into the leather. This collar is great for Pitbulls, Rottweilers, German Shepherds and Saint Barnards. BUY NOW!
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Constructed of premium quality bridle leather with careful craftsmanship and special attention to details. BUY NOW!
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A 24″ inch long and 1 1/2″ inch wide black leather collar with spikes. (Made with genuine leather) BUY NOW!
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This wire – basket dog muzzle can be worn while dog is walking, playing or running. The snout’s upper part inside the muzzle is made of leather, but is also lined and padded with felt for the dog’s comfort. BUY NOW!
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Fully Hand Crafted All Around Dog Protection Training Sleeve – Left Hand, Great for Professional’s and Beginners! BUY NOW!
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Tri Level Bite Bar Regulation To Adjust Proper, Perfect for outdoor training, High quality and long lasting product, Great Bite Sleeve for professionals and beginners. Right Hand! BUY NOW!
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Chrome Plated Training Collars w/ Quick Release Snap Large, 3.25mm! Training collars should be used in conjuction with proper training from a professional pet trainer. BUY NOW!
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The Victory has a Y-shaped breast plate that diverts force away from a dog’s throat onto its shoulders. This dog harness’s breast plate is made from heavy-duty leather, and is lined with thick felt for shock absorption. The straps are secured to the breast plate with stitching, brass rivets and leather loops. This harness was designed for agitation work, but is comfortable for everyday-use as well. Walk your dog with pride while they don The Victory. BUY NOW!
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Designed to reduce shedding better than any brush, comb, or rake, this innovative tool works effectively for all shedding breeds of dogs both long- and short-haired. It addresses the issue of the undercoat, which can become a dense mess of loose, dead hair and the major source of shedding, and the allergies and cleanliness problems that come with it. The patented de-shedding tool features a comfortable, ergonomic grip handle and measures 6 by 1 by 2 inches BUY NOW!
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The Yard and Park Trainer assists you in controlling your pet without a leash up to 400 yards. The unit can expand to 3 dogs with additional receiver purchases. The receiver is waterproof and adjustable to fit most dogs. The training manual shows hot to properly use the Yard and Part Trainer to make training fun. The Trainer can be used to deter unwanted behavior such as chewing on furniture, jumping on guests or digging. It can also we used for basic obedience training. BUY NOW!
I really hope that this top 10 Pitbull Accessories come in handy for you guys, all this items i have purchased myself and i personally think that they are really necessary for every pit bull owner[DDET .] Pitbull Accessories The secret Post about Pitbulls Working:
Pitbulls are a very skilled breed and can handle about any task that other breeds can and can often do the task much better. Their strong desire to please and their never quit attitude make them perfect working dogs.
Here are just a few of the things Pitbulls are suited for:
Pitbulls have proven to be great herding dogs when properly trained. Pitbulls excel at Search and Rescue. Many people prefer Pitbulls for wild pig hunting. They are great at pinning a pig. Drug sniffing and police work is good for a Pitbull. Tracking, just like most other dogs, Pitbulls have a great sense of smell and can track well.
Assisting disabled people. Pitbulls are excellent for this job!
And just about anything else. Because they are so easy to train and are so eager to please they excel at almost everything. If another dog can do it good, a Pitbull can probably do it better. While these stories don’t have much to do with working Pitbulls, I wanted to share them here so that you could read them. Both of these stories are true or are believed to be true.
Fictional names were used in the first story to preserve the privacy of those involved. My Dog – My Savior
This story comes from a lady named Sarah in Louisiana. This story shows that even though Pitbulls aren’t bred to be guard dogs, they can be when needed. Every night Sarah took her Pitbull Jesus out for a walk. Tonight was no different, so she grabbed the leash and Jesus ran over so she could put the leash on him. As they were leaving the house Sarah noticed a strange man standing right outside her bedroom window. The man saw her as well yet he did not move. Startled and a little scared she told the man to leave. The man then moved toward her and attempted to grab the leash, but as soon as he did, Jesus leapt toward him and made the man step back. Then Sarah told the man “Leave or I will call the cops!” The man held his ground and showed no sign of being scared of the cops.
Sarah then let out some more slack on the leash and Jesus would not let the man anywhere close to her. She followed this by saying “If you don’t leave, I’m going to release my dog.” This unlike the threat of police did scare the man and he tucked tail and ran away down the street, eventually disappearing into the darkness.
Who knows what would have happened to Sarah if her Pitbull wasn’t there. The man who was evidently watching her through her window may have had more in mind than just watching and her Pitbull Jesus likely saved her from being raped or killed that night.
Stubby the War Dog This story is from WWI and is probably one of the better known stories about Pitbulls. During WWI a homeless Pitbull wandered into a training camp for the Armies 102nd Infantry. The soldiers immediately bonded with him and decided to keep him as their mascot. They named him Stubby because he had short legs. Later in October 1917 the 102nd Infantry was shipped out to France and they smuggled Stubby on to the S. S.
Minnesota with them, inside an overcoat. He kept the soldiers company and was able sense danger much earlier than any of his owners. Stubby was known to wake guards up
and let them know an attack was coming. He would work his way up and down the line and raise the morale of troops as well as keep constant watch. Later on during an attack, Stubby was injured by a German grenade and earned a Purple Heart. Stubby also found a German spy and pinned him by biting his pants until he was fully captured by US soldiers.
One of the things Stubby is most known for is alerting the 102nd to a surprise mustard gas attack and possibly saving their lives. During the war Stubby was gassed several times and was temporarily hospitalized at one time. When the 102nd returned home they smuggled him home with them the same way they had smuggled him the first time.
When Stubby got home he was a celebrity and many newspapers covered his story.
He was made a lifetime member of the American Legion and marched in every legion parade until he died. Stubby met and was honored by three US presidents. Later, General
Blackjack Pershing gave stubby the Gold Hero Dog’s Medal. In 1926 Stubby passed on and his Obituary in the New York Times was three columns wide and a half page long. This was much more than most famous people of the day were given. He now rests at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. and has his own exhibit there as well as one in the 102nd regimental museum in Connecticut. There’s much more to this story than what has been written here. Several books were written about Stubby and his life as the Hero War Dog.
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