Patch O’ Pits writes: Speaking as an owner I have never had mine chained up. So no it is not necessary for them to be chained up. Mine are kept indoors and when they are outside are in a fenced yard supervised for playtime and potty breaks 🙂 How dogs are kept of course would Full Article…
Patch O’ Pits writes: Quite frankly, I’ve seen ridiculously huge spiky collars which are not at all necessary and often make others perceive the breed poorly in my opinion. Most don’t all wear those types.
Patch O’ Pits writes: The best food would be a high quality one in my opinion that would be a food that has a good solid protein source from meat as the first ingredient and one that does not contain soy, corn, wheat, by products, BHA, added colorings , flavorings or other unnecessary things.
Patch O’ Pits writes: The best place to get not only an APBT but any breed of dog is through either a reputable rescue or shelter who does temperament testing or through a ethical responsible breeder.
Patch O’ Pits writes: In some countries and counties in the US sadly APBTs are totally banned and there is also quite a bit of other types of BSL such as: