American Pit Bull Terrier
- Good with Children
- Low Aggression unless provoked
- Easy to train
- High Energy
High-Quality Diet, Proteins
No table scraps
Needs to be fed age-specific portions
Needs regular exercise.
Talk with your Vet before starting a “Raw Diet”
Needs good quality protein
- low aggression
High Prey Drive, Should be kept on a Leash when Walking at all times or you risk them running off after something that is retreating.
Large House with a Suitable yard for play, Tall fence, Strong fence, need dig barriers, Can jump the fence, mostly won’t unless bored. An inside dog is the best with outside play. Extremely social, Not recommended for children under 7, because of their size.
- Daily exercise 40-60 minutes of moderate to high intensity.
- Low Grooming required. Short hair
- Nails can become sharp and need to be ground down or clip regularly
- Needs Teeth Cleaned, or something to chew to get the tarter off, Prone to bad breath.
- 15-30 Minute Training sessions per sitting
- Average Weight Between 30-90 LBS
- High Muscle Mass
- High energy
This breed is common in the American Household but has gotten a lot of Scrutiny over the years. The Breed itself is one of the sweetest breeds around and makes a great family member. The American Pit Bull Terrier is often confused with the American Staffordshire Terrier, however, it is not the same breed. This Breed does not make a good guard dog, however, they can be territorial when it comes to their yard. This breed will also chase anything that moves, including cats, and smaller dogs, due to its high prey drive. The Pit Bull Terrier can be training to get along with smaller dogs And in some instances Cats. This breed should be introduced to cats during puppyhood, and not later in life.