Types of Pit Bull Dog Breeds

Did you guys know that there is no one breed of dog called a Pitbull? Instead, the word refers to a group of breeds that have been developed for dog-fighting and bull baiting in the first place. Thankfully, both uncivilized games have since been banned, but Pitbulls remain a well-liked pet because of their amiable, vivacious, and devoted nature. Which particular breed of Pitbull will suit you and your family the best if you're thinking about bringing one into your home?

1 - Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Staffy)

Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Staffy)

These English-bred canines are small enough to fit on a couch or in a car. And they don't care where they are as long as you have them by your side. Because they are known for being kind and tolerant with children, Staffies are ready for any adventure, whether it involves exploring a new running track with you or letting young children dress them up. They may also like to be the dominant (and only) dog in the household, despite their incredible devotion to their owners.

2 - American Pitbull Terrier

American Pitbull Terrier

They are very perceptive to their environment and may bark joyfully (or occasionally too enthusiastically) to let you know when someone is coming to visit. This breed, which is incredibly intelligent, can easily pick up new tricks and orders.

3 - American Staffordshire Terrier

American Staffordshire Terrier

The American Staffordshire terrier also draws inspiration from the terriers and bulldogs of nineteenth-century England. In late 19th-century North America, it developed into a larger dog than its English ancestors. Because the breed wasn't used for fighting as regularly as some of the other kinds of pit bulls, it created dogs that were more docile. However, they still have a high hunting drive and have trouble getting along with other canines. Despite this, they are noted for being devoted to, entertaining, and kind to their family. They flourish in environments where there is plenty of time for play, canine socialization, and exercise.

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4 - American Bulldog

American Bulldog

These dogs were mostly used as farm-workers and companions in America. The English bulldog, however, was initially bred for blood sports like bull-baiting. These dogs are typically quite social. These people may experience separation anxiety. Nevertheless, they are ideal for families searching for a loyal, loving dog. They must be socialized since they may be too protective of their relatives.

5 - American Bully

American Bully

According to the United Kennel Club, they are a cross between American pit bull terriers and various bulldog breeds, such as French or English bulldogs. Bullies might be small, average, or extra-large in size, but they are always built similarly. Despite having the toughest appearance, the American Bully Kennel Club claims that these dogs are actually huge softies. Bullies have a reputation for being kind and amiable towards everyone, including strangers, kids, and other animals.

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