[VIDEO] PitBull Nannies Adoring Baby Friends

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The Pitbull nannies in this video adore their baby friends.  Even when the babies don’t know how to treat their dog friends gently, these Pitbulls are very gentle and patient with the little ones, showering them with kisses and tenderness.  

In researching for this post, I came across one of the most well written articles on Pitbulls by Villalobos Rescue Center.  It goes into great detail about the characteristics and temperament of Pitbulls, and comes across very knowledgeable on the subject.  If you’ve been thinking about getting a Pitbull, the information provided in this article is valuable.  You can also contact that organization for additional information.

What are Pitbulls like?

According to Villalobos Rescue Center, Pitbulls are one of the most loving, loyal, friendly, and companions who are  dedicated to us.  By nature, they are very good with people.  In fact, many Pitbulls are too  people oriented to be good guard dogs.  

The American Temperament test Society provides score for an entire breed.  The American Pit Bull Terrier’s passing rate was 82.3% as of March, 2001.  That made him one of the top 5 most stable dogs in the U.S.  

Pitbulls are very affectionate, and they crave our attention.  They are wonderful with cuddling.  And they think they are lap dogs.  If you are considering a Pitbull, do your research and understand the origin of the breed.  This is a strong and powerful dog.  They are energetic. They put their heart and soul into what they set out to do.  If they set out to shower you with kisses, they will find a way to do it.  If they set out to escape the fenced yard, they will.  Determination is their middle name.  

This is not a dog for a first-time dog owner.  You can read more about Pitbulls here.  Enjoy watching these tender moments of Pitbull nannies adoring their baby friends.

Article source:  Villalobos Rescue Center

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