Most of the several write-ups on pits tend to begin on an apologetic note. They almost always tend to harp on the pit bull's ability to make a loving companion, despite the obvious "aggression". It has been a tragic turn of events for what once used to be America's favorite breed, featuring on everything, from Army recruitment posters to children TV shows.
Being trained by humans to be a part of horrific blood sports, the ABPT has not had a glorious past like the Labradors and the Retrievers. Nevertheless, it does not interfere with the fact that pits can be extremely loyal, friendly, and nurturing companions a family could ever wish for.
And since we're on the very interesting topic of pit bulls, let's get to know them better―blue-nosed, red-nosed, and all.
Being a pit bull parent is as much a privilege as it is a responsibility. And as fellow parents are bound to tell you, you can accept this responsibility only and only if you're ready to be assaulted with the love of the most loving, crazy, and misunderstood dog there is.