The primary dog breeds called Pit Bull Terrier are American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bully and Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Pit Bulls are dogs whose primary purpose is to seize bulls and fight in farms.


Opposite to popular perception, although we often see larger samples, the pitbull standard is up to 27 kilos and pitbulls don’t exceed 52 cm waist size. Although many dog ​​breeds that have the ability to fight are called pit bulls, the best example of the breed in this regard is the american pitbull terrier (apbt), which is recognized as a separate breed in America. The fat dogs with the flattened big heads shown in the pitbull horror news are the american bully. Many pitbulls are either some weak pedigree American Staffordshire Terrier (not the original strong pedigree), or the unspecified, muscular and bone structures that resemble the American pit bull terrier, which is the continuation of the genes of insufficient ancestors. Apbt, a sister breed with the same ancestry because the american staffordshire terrier, probably came about when two different people of the same breed cut up into subgenres over time.

Body Structure

The staffordshire terrier is a thicker and slightly bulldog breed compared to the apbt, but still very athletic and strong. Apbt is a thin, muscular, thin lengthy line animal with a relatively long nose. He has incredible energy and endurance and his pain threshold is very high. Some of the apbt are known as game dogs, ie fighting dogs. Dogs with the trait called gameness are descendants of ancestors with a reputation for fighting, and never all apbt fighters come from the gene. Gameness means basically fighting to the final drop of blood. animals do not have the ambition to persist until they die. They are pushed by a way of survival within the wild and have the intuition to escape from danger and retreat where they will be hurt, as they feel {that a} critical damage means death. For example, any dog ​​can react by moving away from a danger that might hurt him, however doesn’t pose an amazing risk to him, if he doesn’t hunt or protect an area. The exception to this are terrier-breed dogs with high hunting instincts.