What they don't want you to know about Pit Bull's
The "Nanny Dog"

The American Pit Bull Terrier, often referred to as simply the Pit Bull, is a breed of dog that is unfortunately associated with a negative reputation. However, the true nature of the Pit Bull is much more complex and nuanced than this stereotype suggests.

Pit Bulls are actually a very affectionate and loyal breed. They are known for their high energy and love of play, and they often form strong bonds with their human family members. They are also known for their gentle and patient nature with children, which has led them to be called "nanny dogs" in some circles.

Pit Bulls are also known for their tenacity and determination. modern-day Pit Bulls are typically bred for companionship and not for fighting as most people tend to believe. While the practice of breeding for dog fighting or similar blood sports is no longer considered the norm today, unfortunately there are still individuals who engage in this cruel and inhumane practice. However, such individuals are not accepted in most circles, as the majority of people recognize that dog fighting is barbaric and completely unacceptable.

It is important to note that, like any breed of dog, individual Pit Bulls can vary widely in their temperament. Some may be more prone to aggression or have a higher prey drive than others. It is important for potential owners to do their research and choose a dog that will be a good match for your life style, just because you like the look of the dog doesn't mean that it will be a good match for you.

Additionally, it is important for Pit Bulls to receive proper training and socialization from a young age. This can help to ensure that they develop into well-behaved and socialized dogs who are able to interact positively with other dogs and people.

In conclusion, the true nature of the American Pit Bull Terrier is one of loyalty, affection, and playfulness. While they have a reputation for being potentially aggressive, with proper training and socialization, Pit Bulls make great family pets. It is important to properly train and socialize your Pit Bull properly in order to ensure a happy and healthy relationship between owner and dog.