⠀⠀⠀⠀Via @notapibble ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Not all dogs you see are actual Pitbulls.
Misled information can do harm of the actual breed then better it.
Like you see in the following picture Hulk is not a pitbull; it's a great dog but in nowhere can perform and have the drive of a real APBT!
Most canine diseases are developed from poor diet. Transition and switch your dog’s diet if you haven’t already and see the benefits that can be achieved from a raw diet. Yes a bag of kibbles is cheaper then raw food; however it will be cheaper in the long term when your dog is disease free; saving you the trip to the vet with high bills. ALWAYS THINK LONG-TERM! There’s many sources all over the internet on how to get started; it’s easy and not rocket science! It cost roughly around $3.00/per Day to feed a 65lb dog; it’s just a matter if you’re willing to put the time into it such as prepping and cleaning. Your dog deserves a long; healthy disease free life; don’t compromise for short-term.. always think Long-term.
I've stumbled across this on my feed. I've always wondered how people find these type of dogs so amusing and the breeders are asking for $5k. Are people actually willing to pay this much out of their pocket 🤔? What's going to happen to these dogs when a pack of coyotes just run up. Stop this shenanigan; this is not an American bully! At least not in its standard of structure and function. They can barely breathe better yet walk correctly. Some of us are the type to not give a shit about paperwork as long as the dog has proper temperament and can function, work and perform in requested standards, but this my friends, is no good!
Above is a chart averaging the cost to feed your dog on a daily basis; it is all up to you if you want to take that extra step:
To shop around on deals for organs and meats.
To take that extra 20 minutes meal prepping for the week or month.
Some people prefer not to feed raw for many various reasons and there’s nothing wrong with that. However if you choose to do so it is more beneficial in long-run and healthier then to feed kibble day in and out. It is not as costly as you may think, as there’s no price tag on health. It will in fact save you less visits to the vets.
If however you do choose to feed kibble I recommend staying away from commercial brands such as Taste of the wild, Purina, and a few not listed.. they’re known to cause kidney issues within your dogs.
Photo courtesy of via: @PerfectlyRawsome