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15 Things Pit Bulls Don’t Like

Back in the 19th century, dog lovers in England, Ireland, and Scotland began experimenting by crossing bulldogs and terriers, looking for a dog that would combine the agility of a terrier with the strength and athleticism of a bulldog. The result was a dog that embodied all the virtues attributed to great warriors: strength, indomitable courage, and meekness with loved ones.

Immigrants brought them to the United States. The talents of the American Pit Bull Terrier did not go unnoticed by farmers and ranchers, who used their pit bulls to feed wild cattle and pigs, to hunt, run livestock, and as family companions.

#1 2. They Don’t Like to Eat…

#2 2. They Don’t Like to Eat…

#3 1. They Hate To Bond With Their Humans…

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