Caring for a Pitoxer
Feeding: The feeding of a Pitoxer should be controlled due to un-nescessary gain in weight which leads to joint problems.
Living with a Pitoxer
Personality: The Pitoxer is very happy and proud dog.
Temperament: The Pitoxer has an ok temperment. They don't like strangers entering their space without the master's permission.
Family Dog: The Pitoxer makes a great family pet as they are very loyal and social dogs.
Shedding: The Pitoxer sheds worse than most short haired dogs but brushing will reduce that.
Grooming: The Pitoxer's coat needs to be brushed often.
Training: The Pitoxer is a fast learner and can catch on to new tricks very quickly.
Behavior: Pitoxers are very well behaved dogs that need lots of exercise, socialization and training.
Barking: Pitoxers like to bark at squirrels and things that move or make sound that even when they can't see them.
Weather: The Pitoxer should avoid cold weather.
Exercise: Pitoxers need to go on walks often and get plenty of exercise to keep their weight maintained. They love going for for walks and going outside.
Living Conditions: The Pitoxer should have space to run around when bored.
Appearance: The Pitoxer is a stalky built little dog.
Size: The Pitoxer is short and stocky dog about the size of a Pitbull.
Companionship: Pitoxers are very loyal companions.
Nose: Pitoxer has a great sense of smell.
Eyes: The Pitoxer has very cute beedy eyes.
Feet: The Pitoxer's nails should be cut as often as necessary.
Color: The Pitoxer has a white coat with two big brown spots on his back. His skin is spotted black like a dalmation.
Coat: The Pitoxer has short haired coat.
Characteristics: Pitoxers are very intelligent dogs. They are able to learn new commands very quickly and comprehend actions better than some other.
Health: The overall health of a Pitoxer is good. Their weight needs to be maintained.
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