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 Europe (and in some states of America), moreover, it is forbidden.
It is a dog of medium height, somewhat squat, but generally proportionally folded.
The exterior is rather heterogeneous, the type is not settled, but in any case it is a very muscular dog with a large head and powerful jaws, extremely strong for its growth, agile, nimble, incredibly jumping. Continue reading
The foundations of breeding bull terriers began to take shape from the first years of the nineteenth century. During this period, both dog fighting and dog fighting with another, larger animal – a bull, a bear, were popular. The most successful dogs for this bloody sport were obtained from the bulldogs and terrier breeding – the terrier stubbornness was added to the bulldog’s powerful jaws, passion and desire to fight regardless of the wounds and injuries received. Continue reading