Save me Saturday: Pumpkin Head – an adoptable pit bull terrier in Atlanta GA

If you like pit bull terriers, and you are willing to adopt a dog, Pumpkin Head will be the right choice. This is a 2 year old male dog, very sweet and adorable, and will make anyone´s home a pure joy.

Pumpkin Head is currently at a foster home and is waiting for his new owners. Will that be you?

This pit bull terrier love attention and people. The cutest thing about him is that he makes yoga stretches when you are petting him.

Pumpkin Head is neutered and is up to date with his vaccines. He has around 50 lbs, is very muscular and short. If you don’t like very big dogs, or cannot have them in your house/apartment, Pumpkin Head can be the right solution for your needs.

Pit Bull terriers have a strong urge to fulfill the desires of their owners. They don’t really hate people, and their natural aggressive tendencies are directed to other dogs and animals, not people. However, if properly brought up, pit bull terriers will not even be aggressive with them. They are also well-intentioned, interesting and very loyal and affectionate family pet, which is good with adults and with children.

Pit bulls are almost always obedient. They are very courageous and intelligent guard dogs that are full of vitality. They have a strong instinct to defend their owner, and will fight against the enemy until the death.

Pit bull terriers are not recommended for people who have no experience with dogs and who cannot educate them properly. It is generally a healthy dog, although some are prone to hip problems, hereditary cataracts, allergies to grass, and heart problems. Their smooth and short coat is easy to maintain.

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