Thanks for visiting The League of Extraordinary Pits. Our dogs are our family members. They are kept inside, not just in a kennel and are walked or exercised daily. Our goal is to bring you outstanding dogs that you can be proud of. APBT are our passion, not the means of monetary gain. Each breeding…
We have 5 blue puppies with white markings. 4 of them are females and 1 male. We will have pics and prices coming soon…
Very excited about our female going into heat. We will be breading her to juggernaut…. They should come out looking great if she takes. Let us know if you have any questions.
Two females left. They are huge!!!!! GREAT LOOKING DOGS
We have sold both males and only have females left. Get them before there all gone!!!!
Will have pics up soon!!!! We have 6 females and 2 males. Huge heads and necks.
Thanks for visiting The League of Extraordinary Pits. Our dogs are our family members. They are kept inside, not just in a kennel and are walked or exercised daily. Our goal is to bring you outstanding dogs that you can be proud of. APBT are our passion, not the means of monetary gain. Each breeding is planned well in advance and thoroughly researched. We breed for excellent temperament, loyalty and great conformation. We are not backyard breeders. Our kennels foundation consists of Gottiline, Greyline and Razors Edge bloodlines.
The American pit bull terrier is the product of interbreeding between terriers and a breed of bulldogs to produce a dog that combined the gameness of the terrier with the strength and athleticism of the bulldog. Initially bred in England, Ireland, and Scotland, this breed arrived in the United States with immigrants from these countries. In the U.S., these dogs were used as catch dogs for semi-wild cattle and hogs, to hunt, to drive livestock, and as family companions.
The United Kennel Club (UKC) was the first registry to recognize the American pit bull. UKC founder C. Z. Bennett registered his own dog, “Bennett’s Ring”, as an American pit bull terrier in 1898.
Pit Bulls fill the role of companion dog, police dog, and therapy dog. Although these dogs have many uses one interesting use is in law enforcement organizations. They report these dogs are used for other nefarious purposes, such as guarding illegal narcotics operations, use against the police, and as weapons.
We believe and have proven that there has never been a dangerous dog, only dangerous owners. If you treat these dogs well and train them, this breed is a wonderful pet that the entire family can enjoy.