Strong and stocky, but light on his paws, the Pit Bull is among the dogs with the most muscles in proportion to his body weight.
Between 40 and 50 cm (15.75 to 19.69 inches) for the male
Between 40 and 50 cm (15.75 to 19.69 inches) for the female
Between 13 and 30 kg (28.66 to 66.14 pounds) for the male
Between 17 and 30 kg (37.48 to 66.14 pounds) for the female
The color of this breed is varied. He can have black, fawn, white, brown, red or any other color. This variation is due to the fact that the breed is a mixture of different types of Bulldogs and Terriers.
This breed stands out for its short, smooth coat.
The Pit Bull has a low center of gravity and appears slightly longer than tall. The muscles of the neck and head are particularly well developed. His eyes are small and his ears are sometimes clipped or not (the latter are shaped like a rose).
Although most dog lovers are familiar with the term Pit Bull, it is often hard to know which dog it is. This is also due to the fact that the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale), the largest international dog breeding coordination organization and the CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) have not yet recognized the breed as an independent one.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group , section and is #