A little bit about the history of the breed
The name of the breed does not mean at all that for the first time this dog was seen on the American continent. This breed essentially does not have a…

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Pit bull and pit bull terrier: is there a difference?
As mentioned above, the name of the breed "pit bull terrier" can have abbreviated variants: "pit bull" or "pit." Therefore, there is no difference between the pit bull and the…

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Staffordshire bull terrier
Historical sources say that the ancestors of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier were known thousands of years ago, and they were bred at the courts of the monarchs. But the purebred…

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LIFETIME LEGAL CONCLUSION?

In childhood, dreaming of a dog, I often imagined myself proudly walking with a dog on a leash. When I got the dog, I didn’t need a leash. Dinara, a one-year-old boxer bitch, picked up by me on the street, affectionate and obedient, was so afraid to get lost again that she did not leave me a single step without a leash. She did not pose a danger to children, nor to small dogs, nor to cats. Well, why such a good girl led on a leash? So it turned out that the leash in our relationship was purely a formality, resting during a walk somewhere in my pocket – contrary to the rules of keeping dogs in the city. Continue reading

Breed origin
It is believed that the ancestors of the pit bull terriers were American Staffordshire terriers. Until now, this breed is not recognized by the FCI - the International Canine Federation,…

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Unrecognized breeds
Why go far? The well-known (unfortunately not in the best light) breed of the American PIT bull terrier is also not recognized by the FCI. And in many countries of…

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Nurturing a beautiful, pumped up and kindly pitbull
The American Pit Bull Terrier, better known as simply the Pit Bull, is a smart, strong and incredibly strong dog, which, unfortunately, many people perceive as certain monsters. In this…

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Peaceful coexistence of a dog and child
Dogs are by nature social animals. They live not one by one, but in flocks-families, where together they bring up the younger generation. And dogs related to children with tenderness…

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