INDIFFERENCE - FIRST STEP OF FEAR.
Like many other dog breeders, I started my way with the textbook “Fundamentals of Service Dog Breeding”. There were other books, but they were small and, in fact, they all…

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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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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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working dogs

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 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

OUR STAY
Our pack consisted of my dogs (their number varied from 4 to 6) and the dogs of my friends that we met almost daily for several years. Most of my…

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Puppy rearing
Your long-time dream has come true and a puppy, an unusually cute, funny, awkward and charming, appeared in your home. He is two months or so. Usually during this period…

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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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DOMINANT AGGRESSION
In relation to adults, dogs rarely show dominant aggression, because without objection they recognize the superiority of man. But with respect to children, dominant aggression, unfortunately, is not so rare.…

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