[Review] Pitbull Is The Most Dangerous Dog Breed For Humans

The Pitbull is at the top of the most dangerous dog breed for humans. Out of the total of more than 400 dog species in the world today, the Pitbull breed is ranked in the list of 11 most dangerous dog breeds for humans. Even according to the ranking of dangerous dog breeds, the Pitbull is ranked first among the most dangerous. The reason for such a dangerous rating is because this dog has the most complete combat advantages of dogs such as the box jaw is not too long, a solid skeleton, and a muscular system that no other dog has. Stronger development, a circulatory system with a big heart, moreover a fierce fighting spirit, and not fearing or faltering before any opponent is the most formidable thing.

Origin of the Pitbull breed

Origin of the Pitbull breed name

Pitbull dog (Pitbull Dog) is the result of crossbreeding between two breeds of Terrier and Bulldog. They began to be bred in the US at the beginning of the 19th century. Initially, the Pitbull was bred for the purpose of creating a line of fighting dogs with absolute strength. They are used to participating in bloody “bull-bear baiting” fights organized by the natives.

The goal is that the Pitbull will have to fight for survival with a bull or a big bear. This is considered a cruel, inhumane game that violates Western animal protection laws. It was not until 1935 that the United States completely banned this game.

Also because of those fights, people give them the name Pitbull: Pit means fight, Bull means cows. The name Pitbull means “one who dares to fight with the bulls” (Vietnamese people often call them with the names: Big bull, Pitbull, Pull dog or Bun dog). Also because of the aggressive and aggressive nature from the origin, the Pitbull is an extremely dangerous dog for humans if the owner does not know how to control and train it properly.

Actually, the name Pitbull is not exactly the name of just one dog breed. This name is used to refer to dogs with similar appearance, with a common ancestor, including: Bull Terrier, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier and Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

The two breeds of American Staffordshire Terrier and American Pitbull Terrier can be considered as one. It’s just that the American Staffordshire Terrier was bred and domesticated to be a house pet. The American Pitbull Terrier is trained to guard, guard or be a fighting dog.

History of the Pitbull breed

The Pitbull breed appeared around the end of the 18th century in Ireland, England and Scotland. In the early 19th century, they were brought to America by the British to work as housekeepers, keep farms or hunt wild animals. Americans immediately recognized the power of this hardy breed. They crossed them with Native American breeds to create a stronger, larger and more aggressive Pitbull breed than the British Pitbull.

At that time, the Pitbull was considered the most aggressive and powerful dog breed in the world. They are trained to fight bloody battles. It is easy to understand why to this day, the Pitbull is still at the top of the list of the most dangerous dogs. However, after 1935, these fights were banned, the Pitbull was tamed, becoming more gentle. They are mainly kept for protection, guard or as pets.

In 1898, the American Kennel Club (UKC) recognized the Pitbull as a separate breed with the name American Pitbull Terrier. However, in 1930, they were renamed the American Staffordshire Terrier by the American Kennel Club (AKC). Out of a total of 400 dog breeds in the world today, the Pitbull is at the top of the list of the most dangerous dog breeds.

Pitbull puppies of F1 and F2 generations are sold at a much cheaper price, only about 20-30 million VND for one dog. Only after 1-2 years later, Pitbull has become popular and loved by the pet-loving community in Vietnam. Today, with widespread breeding, the price of Pitbull puppies has decreased a lot. Pitbull dog farms in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City Pitbull farm, etc. sprang up to meet the demand for this pet breed.

Appearance characteristics of purebred Pitbull dog breed

The face of a Pitbull dog has seen danger

The face of the Pitbull dog looks quite taciturn and aggressive, plus the massive size makes people standing next to him already feeling dangerous, even when the dog has not done anything. Triangular ears erect, their eyes bloodshot, upside down; the snout is long, saggy, slightly tilted upwards to reveal sharp teeth and a red tongue; Pitbull’s forehead and cheekbones are large and rugged. This breed of dog is especially scowling, with just one glance at them, terrifying the other person.

Pitbull’s jaws and bite force make you scared

The Pitbull dog breed possesses a set of long, straight and extremely sharp teeth. They have a habit of biting something that will chew and devour for a long time before letting go.

The Pitbull dog has strong jaw muscles that are likened to a lock joint. Once you’re in there, you can’t get out. Pitbull’s bite force can be up to 250 pounds / square inch, equivalent to 106.5kg. They can kill any breed of dog with a single bite, even the German Becgie GSD is no match for this dog.

Once bitten by a Pitbull, the wound mouth will be very wide and deep. Mild is permanent disability, severe can be life-threatening. When taking Pitbull out, you should pay attention to wear a muzzle for them.

Their jaw muscles and bite force are so strong that an adult Pitbull can swing with their jaws on a rope for 30 minutes without getting tired. Even in the US, there has been a case where a Pitbull puppy used his jaw muscles to pull a moving 4-wheel vehicle. With such strength, these guys are likened to an undefeated warrior who does not succumb to anything.

PitBull height and weight

The Pitbull is a dog with a muscular beauty. The Pitbull is a medium-sized, medium-sized dog breed. Their adult height and weight are as follows:

Height: 45-60cm. Weight: 18-32kg.
They have small, straight front legs. The hind legs are slightly curved with tight thigh muscles, giving them elegant and flexible steps that can accelerate flexibly in any situation. Pitbull’s four legs are quite short. In general, this dog breed possesses a strong, healthy beauty.

The personality of the Pitbull is considered the most dangerous for humans

Other than being ranked at the top of the most dangerous dog breeds for humans, Pit bulls are normally very docile and friendly, unless they are attacked or threatened; In addition, the Pitbull is also very loyal and affectionate dog to its owner. So, how a dog’s personality completely depends on the training and control of the owner.

However, the highlight and dangerous point of this breed is its ability to fight. They fight very hard whenever an opponent or stranger enters their territory and are ready to attack the opponent to death in battle. Pitbull dog breed is ranked in the list of the most dangerous dog lines for humans out of more than 400 dog breeds today in the world, in addition, Pitbull is ranked first among the most dangerous species; The danger and appetite of this breed is shown in that when it has already chewed on something, only when the object is severed will it release it and switch to another bite; they will even grind it to death.

Pitbull can confront and defeat dogs many times larger than itself, even wolves in head-to-head battles, it does not fear or back down before any opponent, when in battle, the species This dog is crazier than crazy dog, rabid dog. As a dog that does not seem to have any pain, it is resilient, which makes this dog ready to attack anyone. Pitbulls are rarely defeated by larger, more aggressive breeds, their highlight is their unyielding tenacity. Really When being attacked by a Pitbull, people will feel pity for the dog that dares to attack the Pitbull, even if the dog is three times bigger. Due to its high territorial behavior, it can instinctively attack other dogs and animals, even animals many times larger than it.