United States, British Isle, United Kingdom
Around 1845, these dogs were taken to the United States where they were perfected giving rise to the Pit Bull we know today. For some time, the breed was used for fighting, but because it is illegal in most parts of the world, its popularity as a guard dog and even a companion dog has expanded.
The fur of a Pit Bull dog is as varied as possible. They can be chocolate, white, black, fawn, brown... even with the countless combinations of colors, spots and even brindle. The coat is smooth, dense and close to the body. They almost do not shed and a brushing once a week ensures shine and the removal of dead hair.
As you would expect for an athletic dog, the American Pit Bull Terrier needs intense and daily exercise, not to build muscle (as many owners like to do), but to expend the huge amount of energy it has. In addition to walks and runs, which also serve as a very good time to spend next to your furry friend, jokes are more than welcome. Catching the ball, hiding objects for him to look for, agility... all this will ensure that your animal is happy and maintains a balanced personality. This contact with the outdoors is also a great time for socializing with strangers and with other animals, remembering that this must be done since the pet is still just a puppy, in order to obtain better results in this coexistence with others.