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Pit Bull Synergy is an all-volunteer staffed Pit Bull experienced organization that is committed and dedicated to:
Pit Bull is not an official breed. It’s slang, generic nickname for several dog breeds that share similar characteristics. These breeds include: the American Pit Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, as well as any mix of those breeds.
Pit Bulls are humorous, affectionate dogs. They are naturally friendly, active dogs who require physical activity. At their best when physically and mentally challenged. Pit Bulls have a long and distinguished history. Muscular, strong, blocky dogs that are eager to please, curious, and extremely intelligent. There are couch potatoes amongst them, but the vast majority of Pit Bull Terrier-type dogs enjoy and require exercise and mental stimulation. Training is essential for any dog breed. Pit bulls are intelligent dogs who can be stubborn and training is necessary so that you can control your dog, build his confidence, and provide structure. However, they are frequently misrepresented in the media and misunderstood by the general public. And, no matter how wonderful your dog is, there is a good chance you will come across people who are biased against the breed. Due to breed, the media, or myths.
Every dog is unique, even within the same breed. Some Pit Bulls adore other dogs, while others only tolerate them or dislike them completely. You can decide what kinds of situations are best for your dog by learning about their personality, what they can and cannot handle. By assisting them in being good dogs and breed ambassadors, you can help change public perception.
Discover how to recognize the signs of dogfighting. If you suspect an operation in your neighborhood, take action by notifying your local law enforcement agency. Urge officials to contact the HSUS for practical tools, advice, and assistance. If you live in one of the states where watching a dogfight is still a misdemeanor, please contact your state legislators and ask them to make it a felony.