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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  What is a “pit bull”?


A.  The term “pit bull” encompasses three different breeds of dog.  They are the American Pit Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.


The “pit bull” is a good-natured, amusing, extremely loyal and affectionate family pet, which is great with children and adults.  Almost always obedient, it is always eager to please its master.  It is an extremely courageous and intelligent dog that is very full of vitality.  The “pit bull” is a truly loyal and remarkable dog with so much to offer a responsible owner.


Q.  Are pit bulls naturally aggressive towards humans?


A.  No.  This couldn’t be any further from the truth.  A well-raised pit bull has no human aggressive tendencies.  In fact, human aggression was bred out of this group of dogs.  The majority of pit bulls are affectionate, intelligent, trainable dogs.  In fact, they are known for being one of the most obedient breeds of all.


Q.  Is it true that pit bulls can lock their jaws?


A.  No. The infamous “locking jaw” rumor is a myth.  Physiologically, the American Pit Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier are no different than any other breed of dog.  There is absolutely no evidence for the existence of any kind of “locking mechanism” unique to the structure of the jaw and/or teeth of any of the breeds comprising pit bulls.  All dogs derive from the same species and none have the ability to lock their jaws.


Q.  Is it true that pit bulls are great with children?


A.  Yes.  Pit bulls have enjoyed a long history of being known as the “nanny dogs” for their famous love of children.  When well socialized and properly raised, they are the perfect breed to tolerate the rough and tumble play that kids are known for.  Pit bulls tend to be drawn to the joyful optimism of children and are naturally patient and gentle.


Q.  Why do Pit Bulls have such a bad reputation?


A.  At one time, the American Pit Bull Terrier was a much loved, trustworthy companion.  People who chose to train these dogs to fight are chiefly responsible for the banning and unfair treatment that has been targeting the breed throughout the country.  The media, however, should not go unmentioned, for it is also responsible for escalating isolated incidents in a relentless way of creating hysteria among the public.  In many cases when the media is reporting about a “pit bull attack,” the dog involved is not even a pit bull at all, but a mixed breed of some sort, or another bull breed all together.  The pit bull’s future has been perhaps irreparably undone and everyone is to blame except the dog itself.


Q.  What breeds are affected by BSL?


A.  Breed Specific Legislation (“BSL”) affects more than just the “pit bull” breeds of dog.  Below is a list of 75 different dog breeds that are banned or restricted in different places around the United States.  Local laws regulating dogs differ across states, cities, counties and towns.  Also, it’s important to note that regulations often affect mixes of these breeds.


We have linked some of the breeds so you can see how wide the variety is when it comes to banned breeds.


1.  Airedale Terrier

2.  Akbash

3.  Akita

4.  Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

5.  Alaskan Malamute

6.  Alsatian Shepherd

7.  American Bulldog

8.  American Husky

9.  American Pit Bull Terrier

10.  American Staffordshire Terrier

11.  American Wolfdog

12.  Anatolian Shepherd

13.  Arikara Dog

14.  Australian Cattle Dog

15.  Australian Shepherd

16.  Belgian Malinois

17.  Belgian Sheepdog

18.  Belgian Turvuren

19.  Blue Heeler

20.  Boerbul

21.  Borzoi

22.  Boston Terrier

23.  Bouvier des Flandres

24.  Boxer

25.  Bulldog

26.  Bull Terrier

27.  Bull Mastiff

28.  Cane Corso

29.  Catahoula Leopard Dog

30.  Caucasian Shepherd

31.  Chinese Shar Pei

32.  Chow-Chow

33.  Colorado Dog

34.  Doberman Pinscher

35.  Dogo de Argentino

36.  Dogue de Bordeaux

37.  English Mastiff

38.  English Springer Spaniel

39.  Eskimo Dog

40.  Estrela Mountain Dog

41.  Fila Brasiliero

42.  Fox Terrier

43.  French Bulldog

44.  German Shepherd Dog

45.  Golden Retriever

46.  Greenland Husky

47.  Great Dane

48.  Great Pyrenees

49.  Italian Mastiff

50.  Kangal Dog

51.  Keeshond

52.  Komondor

53.  Kotezebue Husky

54.  Kuvaz

55.  Labrador Retriever

56.  Leonberger

57.  Mastiff

58.  Neopolitan Mastiff

59.  Newfoundland

60.  Otterhound

61.  Presa de Canario

62.  Presa de Mallorquin

63.  Pug

64.  Rottweiler

65.  Saarloos Wolfhond

66.  Saint Bernard

67.  Samoyed

68.  Scottish Deerhound

69.  Siberian Husky

70.  Spanish Mastiff

71.  Staffordshire Bull Terrier

72.  Timber Shepherd

73.  Tosa Inu

74.  Tundra Shepherd

75.  Wolf Spitz


This list was brought to you by: Responsible Dog Owners of the Western States