Pitbull Information

09 Apr 2020 12:26

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Looking for information on pit bulls but don't know where to start? I cannot blame you because the information you stumbled upon is mostly biased and exaggerated.

You see, the mainstream media is doing a great job by saying that all pit bulls are killers and they should be removed from the ground. Now the first problem is that the term pit bull is commonly associated with many species and mixed species, which should not be considered Pitbull names.


Generally only 3 species fall under the category of pit bull.

These species are:

1. American Pit Bull Terrier, also known as APBT
2. American Staffordshire Terrier, also known as Amstaff
3. Staffordshire Bull Terrier

If you want to expand the Bully Breed category (slightly different from Pit Bull), you can also add the American Bulldog and the Bull Bull Barrier. Other dogs that the media mistakenly call Pit Bulls include the Presa Canvos, Dogo Argentina, Cane Corso and many other breeds. If one of these dogs does something wrong, the title of the article usually begins with "To bite postmen who hate Pitbull". This is not right. You can read more here.

But then, what was the original question? Ah, where can I find reliable pit bull information? Below I will give you a list of my top 5 recommendations where you can find them.

1. Responsible breeder:

Check to see if they are breeding only one type of dog (let's just say Amstaff or American Pit Bull Terrier), if they belong to organizations, participate in performance competitions and the best Pit Bull type Proud of them for raising. is. They are happy to inform you of all pit bulls and warn you that pit bulls are not for everyone.

2. Talk to the responsible owners of the pit bull.

For anyone, or ideally, a variety of pit bulls can tell you about their experiences and give you some invaluable suggestions. Remember, there is nothing better than practical experience. For example, yesterday I talked to the owner of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and he told me that he was very good with people, but most of the time he could not trust other dogs. The man also has a small farm where he has other dogs including Rottweiler. Recently his Staffordshire Bull Terrier wife stepped down to quarrel over food with his wife Roti and to separate the fight, he threw both dogs into the pool. So I say "nothing kills a practical experience". It is one thing to read that you should be careful about the interactions between your pit bull and other dogs, but if you have any excruciatingly painful experiences, you will learn very quickly.

3. Visit your local animal shelter or pit bull rescue group.

You will learn a lot about a particular breed and give information about a great pit bull.

4. Books and Magazines

Visit your local bookstore and get some books about pit bulls. If you like the information, read some pages.

5. Internet

Believe it or not, some websites provide you with the best pit bull information they can. You just have to be a little selective. I hope you get good luck with this article and your search.

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