The American Pitbull Terrier is known to be intimidating and is one of the scariest dogs in the world. But do you know that they are very sweet, cuddly, and affectionate dogs as well? 

They only have this kind of a reputation since they have very strong and active and were bred as fighting dogs, although not anymore.

So if you wanna know more about the amazing red nose pitbull terrier, then keep on reading and scroll down. 

Breed Overview

red nose pitbull Breed Overview

Before we dig deeper into the red nose Pitbull terrier, here are a few details that you might wanna know. 

Height 17 – 22 inches
Pitbull Lifespan12 – 14 years
Weight30 – 70 pounds
ColorsCopper, red, brown
TemperamentIntelligent, loving & loyal, confident and energetic
Suitable ForGreat with children, families, big houses and even apartments. 

History

red nose pitbull History

The exact origin of the red nose pitbull is not exactly known, but it originated somewhere back in 4000 BC. Earlier, these dogs were used primarily as fighting dogs or working dogs; that is exactly where they got the reputation for being dangerous and intimidating. 

The ‘old family red nose pitbull,’ has been documented to be around the 1800s. With time these dogs developed into what they are now today. The dog breed is known to be very powerful and intimidating. The breed is known to have come to the United States with Irish immigrants.

Appearance

red nose pitbull Appearance

With the term “Red Nose Pitbull,” you can pretty well understand the color of the pitbull. And the fact that it is a Pitbull, you know that they are quite strong and have a muscular build. While the red nose female ones weigh somewhere around 30 to about 50 lbs. The male ones weigh about 65 lbs. 

The dog is known to have a muscular body with a chiseled head and a powerful jaw. These dogs are known to give powerful bites since they also have muscles on their necks as well as the chest area. 

Color & Coat

red nose pitbull Color & Coat

As you can very well tell with the red nose pitbull, the pitbull has a beautiful red-colored fur coat mixed with other similar colors like copper and brown. Their lips and toenails are also of the same color as their fur color. 

These Pitbulls can also be white red nose pitbull or simply white nose Pitbull. On these red nose Pitbulls, you can also see a unique feature that is visible from their birth, that is, white fur on their toenails and chest. 

Since the fur coat of these Pitbulls is quite small and smooth, they are moderate shedders at least twice a year, but they are not hypoallergenic. So with a simple grooming process, you can take care of red nose pitbull puppies and full grown. 

Temperament

red nose pitbull Temperament

The fact that Pitbulls are aggressive and intimidating dogs, just because they were once bred as fighting dogs, is simply false. If these red nose Pitbulls are raised like any other regular dog, then they will be just as sweet and cuddly as any other dog. 

The fact about being dangerous and scary, almost all dogs have the potential to become like that. It doesn’t always depend on the dog breed. If raised right, they are great family dogs and are great around children as well. 

That being said, the red nose Pitbulls, like any other Pitbulls, need training ever since they are puppies. This is a must for all large dogs, no matter their aggressive nature. 

Health Problems

red nose pitbull Health Problems

Being a hardy dog breed, the red nose Pitbull is known to have fewer health problems compared to most larger dog breeds. 

However, the health problems that they might have are certain joint problems due to their posture. Since they have a heavy body, it puts pressure on their joints and ligament. If this problem becomes chronic, then it is possible that it can cause lameness in the leg. 

One way to prevent this from happening is to keep your Pitbull in shape and not let it be overweight. Other problems, such as certain skin conditions like hot spots or scabs, are more common. 

The red nose Pitbull is also known to suffer from retinal problems, so if you see signs of vision impairment, then consult your vet immediately. Other health issues like kneecap dislocation, hip dysplasia, and degenerative myelopathy are also some odf the problems that your red nose Pitbull can deal with. 

Food & Diet

Since the red nose Pitbull are muscular and well-built dogs, they require a proper, highly nutritious food diet to stay healthy. And the healthier they are, the more sociable these red nose Pitbulls are. 

It is important that these Pitbulls get a balanced diet according to their weight requirement and age as well. As a red nose pitbull owner, it is important that you maintain the calorie content as they grow up. 

Grooming

Red Nose Pitbulls are easy to groom because they have short and smooth coats. You have to brush their coat every day, but this is not a very difficult task as they have smooth coats. There are no tangles in their coat, but you have to brush their coat to make sure that the oil they have in their fur gets distributed evenly on their coat.

Giving them a bath once a month or when you think they need would do. But use a dog shampoo to avoid any kind of irritation. They are prone to irritated skin, so you have to check their coat for hot spots and scabs.

Check their ears properly to prevent any kind of infections. Wash the area around the eyes to prevent staining and keep away infections.to prevent bad breath, get their teeth brushed once or get them dental sticks. 

Training and exercise

Red Nose Pitbulls are not difficult to train. They are quite intelligent and learn fast when positive reinforcement is implemented. Reward them with toys and treats when they show good behavior. In the beginning of the training, you might have to let them know who is in charge, so make eye contact and project your strong voice.

They do not react well to commands, so try to train them with affection and love. That will speed up the process and become easy on your part. It is also important to get them enough exercise. They are active and like being outside. Take them out to exercise, and not just physical exercise but try out some mental exercises as well. 

Socializing 

They are amazing family dogs and are great with kids. Get them to socialize from an early age so they know how they should react when things are not familiar. This will teach them that they are not under threat.

They love being around people and crave attention. So they so not react well when they are left alone for a long period. They often get separation anxiety and start showing destructive behavior when done so.

Wrapping Up!

Now that you are well aware of the red nose Pitbull, and other facts, that might help you understand these dogs better. 

They are wrongfully termed as aggressive and scary dogs, but that cannot be further from the truth. If you wanna know more about these dogs, then we have many more interesting topics on other dog breeds. 

If you liked this article, then leave us a like and comment down below on what you think about the red nose pitbull.

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Nabamita Sinha
Nabamita Sinha loves to write about lifestyle and pop-culture. In her free time, she loves to watch movies and TV series and experiment with food. Her favorite niche topics are fashion, lifestyle, travel, and gossip content. Her style of writing is creative and quirky.

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