Pit Bull is The First SuperDog in The World - UKC standard

The United Kennel Club “Superdog” is considered to be a dog that has titles in Conformation, weight pull, agility, and Obedience competitions. The first dog ever to earn the “Superdog” title was an APBT. As if this is not impressive enough so were the third and fourth dogs. This ability to compete successfully at these diverse competitive events is further testament to this amazing breed. They compete successfully in all manner of organized dog sports, from herding to carting and even bite sports like Schutzhund and French Ring. Much of this success is owed to the activities it once performed and the stringency of the selection process that helped shape the breed. The harshness and physical demands of the activities the breed was bred for in the United States molded an incredibly strong, healthy, stable animal, a breed that anyone should be proud to own.


  1. Our APTB from the SPCA (adopted
    after visiting her for 3 months lying in a depressed state in her cage), is the most beautiful, obedient, intelligent, affectionate, and
    loyal dog we have ever had.
    The breed is truly remarkable
    in its characteristic bonding
    with man. Her papers say that she has Britanny Spaniel in her, but as a neighbour remarked, "she looks like a
    Brittany Spaniel" :-).

  2. If you got your dog from a shelter then there's no way to be sure it's an Anerican Pit Bull Terrier. It would just be a mutt or shelter dog. The problem this breed faces such as BSL is a direct result of breed misidentification. The whole reason the dog bite stats are so high is because they are misidentified very very often. There are 20+ breeds that fall under the "pit bull" blanket, how sure are you that your dog is not one of them or a mix of a few? You can't, not without registry papers. If it has no registry papers then you have absolutely no way of telling a dog is pure bred or not. It may look like a "pit bull" but so do American Staffordshire Terriers, American Bullies, and several different types of mastiffs. Please don't help the media spread lies and rumors about these dogs. Please don't help the media falsely identify every mixed bred dog as a pit bull, if you don't have papers to prove what breed of dog you have then be honest just say you own a shelter dog, mix, or mutt of unknown origin, please don't call it a pit bull.


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