The Beginnings of a Titty Pitty Princess

Welcome to my website, where we don't stand for any bullying of the breeds but absolutely love all things bully breed. 

I have a confession, I am not the easiest pupperonie. I know we pitties are supposed to show off how loving, sweet, and gentle we are. Ya know, because people believe we are big scary monsters. But honestly, living on the streets for the first year of your life is really really hard. You don't have your Mummy or Diddy to help you out when scary things happen, and thats really overwhelming for a doggie like me.

I have real real reeeeeal bad reactivity issues, which means I kind of loose my head when I get in overwhelming situations. And there are a LOT of overwhelming things out there. Stuff like: friends coming over, going outside, going new places, going in the car, and most importantly seeing other puppies. That one is the hardest because once I get a barking - there ain't no stopping!

I also have some trust issues with Mumsie and so sometimes I bite her because I don't know what else to do. I just have all these feelings I don't know what to do with, but Mom and Diddy are working really hard to show me how to express them in "healthy" ways. They say that I am super stubborn though and super smart so sometimes I don't really listen to them. Thats ok though because Mom got me this very special lady who works with doggie behaviour that is helping me work through some of my "issues".

That being said, Mummy and Diddy still love me a whole whole lot and I know they will always stick through the toughest times with me. Even though I still have a long long way to go I am still a good girl at heart despite all my bad girl ways. They say that it will take time for me to become the bestest girl they know I can be, and thats totally ok because pitties, like all puppies, need time and love so that they can be their superest selves. 

Well, thanks so much for stopping by. And don't forget to check out my #ittybittytitty shirt!