Definition of pitbull dogs
The pitbull dogs are defined as a type of dog breed that is characterized by a muscular body, strong head and short skin,
and examples of this breed are the American Staffordshire dog (in English: American Staffordshire terrier),
and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier (in English: Staffordshire bull terrier),
The English Bull Terrier dog is distinguished by a width of shoulders of up to 40 cm,
and its breeding origin is due to its use in dog fighting battles (in English: bull-baiting),
while the American Pitbull dog is a hybrid and non-purebred
dog, and the shoulder width of this dog is about 50 cm, As for its weight, it is 23 kg,
and it has been crossbred and raised as a control dog.
The origins of pitbull dogs
The breed of Pitbull dates back to the breed of bulldogs in the nineteenth century,
which was used by England for the popular sport called bullbaiting,
where the Pitbull dogs lived a cruel and bloody life at the hands of humans who enjoyed the sight of shedding Blood and brutality between dogs. In these matches, bulldogs are attacked by bound dogs,
and both sides are seriously injured, so these matches were eventually banned.
The ferocity of pitbull dogs
Pitbull dogs are not aggressive with humans in general, but they are more ferocious with other dog breeds,
and this family is also distinguished by being strong and intelligent animals,
and useful in various sports, however, the attacks caused by these dogs led to the banning of the breed in some countries,
which Raising insurance rates and the difficulty of renting these dogs,
while opponents argue that pitbull dogs are more vulnerable to attack, but many other groups,
and the American Veterinary Medical Association have opposed the strict laws for this breed,
and they indicated in a study that the attacks of deadly dogs were not responded to. Any consistent data indicates that this strain is dangerous.
Characteristics of the Pitbull breed
The Pitbull dog breed is distinguished by several characteristics, the most important of which are the following:
A strong jaw grip: Pitbull dogs have a strong jaw grip, not anatomically different from other types of dogs,
but this grip enables it to grab prey or anything through the bite Strong that it possesses.
Their behavior is unpredictable: the general perception is spread about pitbull dogs that they are friends with their owner,
but suddenly turn against him.
Bear large amounts of pain: The Pitbull strain is characterized by its ability to withstand pain,
due to the little response to pain that appears during times of excitement and movement,
although it is a strain that fears cold and rain.