The Pitbull dog hybridized from several types of dogs to obtain a dog ,
with high advantages in terms of offensive strength and ferocity,
which made it classified as the most ferocious and aggressive dog and the strongest among them,
but it is known for its friendly and loyal nature towards its breeder,
except in cases in which it is subjected to abuse and beatings it can cause Harm to his breeder as a result.
Although the goal of crossbreeding pitbull dogs is to use them in hunting huge livestock,
its strength and ferocity have made many breeders resort to using it in the fierce matches and battles that take place between dogs,
as it is distinguished from other dogs participating in these battles by its ability to fight for a long time Without surrendering,
even if that leads to his death.
The origin of pitbull dogs
The first origins of the Pitbull dogs go back to the fighting dogs group known as Molossus,
which branched out from the hounds known as the Bull,
which in turn was subjected to hybridization with another type of dog,
the Terrier dogs, which led to the emergence of the Pitbull dogs,
which carried the characteristics of both previous groups of Where the great potential for fighting, and catching prey by narrowing the spaces on it.
The physical characteristics of a Pitbull dog
Despite its large size as a result of its huge muscular structure, it is one of the dogs of short length,
ranging in length between 66 cm to 71 cm,
and its weight does not exceed 50 kg, and its formal qualities differ from one place to another,
as this difference resulted from the different method Hybridization that was targeting strength and ferocity without regard to shape or color,
there are several colors, including black, brown, and white, with black or brown spots.
Pitbull dogs in America
The United States of America witnessed the emergence of a number of American hybrid Pitbull species,
with the increasing people’s demand for acquiring and breeding them, in the late 1980s,
Pitbull dogs were estimated at about 2% of the total number of dogs raised in them,
and in 2004 their numbers increased to two million dogs of different breeds of Pitbull.