It is an amazing experience to love/own an American Pitt bull terrier puppy, they can grow to be versatile dogs with proper training and socialization – a breed that can do anything; with their amazing athletic ability, extreme smartness, and are very loyal to their owner. We’re blessed to not only have amazing companionship but achieve success in conformation as well. In our breeding program, we focus on health and temperament first and foremost because we get the most satisfying feeling of fulfillment when our puppies grow to become a family’s cherished companion. With a firm bond like no other and a guardian to watch over them and their home.
Our Breeding Psychology
Through the knowledge we’ve gained over the years from extensive research and actual experiences, we breed exclusively for health, temperament, drive, and athleticism. We work constantly to prove the stereotypes of the American Pitbull terriers wrong, we believe this is what is needed to preserve this wonderful dog breed. We focus on proper training, socialization, and housing in a loving home environment. This breed is definitely not for everyone, responsible ownership is paramount. If you are a newbie, don’t worry! We’re always here to help.
Our Pit Bulls are Family First!
We have over 16 years of breeding experience in producing not only beautiful pitbull dogs but dogs that are also stable, healthy, structurally sound, with quality bloodlines which embody only the best of the best of the American Pit Bull lineage. We believe that “Form equals Function” we don’t consider the “bully style” – the bigger the better. We show our dogs and compete in events, this is to ensure that our dogs are worthy of being bred and worth continuing bloodlines. We take health testing seriously and make sure their overall form structures are proportional. Health issues like hip dysplasia can cause disabilities in longterm. Our APBT breeding program follows strict regulations placed by the ADBA. “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” – Mahatma Gandhi