From every angle Bandit is an extraordinary example of what Pocket Pitbulls should look like! A lot of folks are looking for Pocket Pitbulls today, and Bandit takes it to another level! Spend just a minutes looking through the pictures of Bandit and you will note that you have seen few if any Pocket Pitbulls quite like him. Bandit is short, thick, wide and compact; exactly the way Pocket Pitbulls should be.
Pocket Pitbulls have just exploded in popularity. Looking through the pictures of Bandit, it is easy to why. Pocket Pitbulls are the ideal solution for those who want a bully style pitbull yet live in a confined space, like an apartment for example. Or have no intention of having an "outside dog", and are looking for a house dog. Of course, they could go with a "lap dog" of some type; and should if they can't spend time outdoors with their dog. Yet, if they want a dog that has a lot more to offer in the way of unquestioned loyalty, and they enjoy spending time in outdoor activities with a dog, then few dogs can compare to Pocket Pitbulls.
There is an old saying; "history is told by the victors". Of course depending on who you talk to, you may hear a different version of history. This is the way I remember the beginning of Pocket Pitbulls. In September of 2007 I attended the ABKC Nationals in Detroit, Michigan. At the show was a dog named Merlin, yet was referred to as "The Wizard". He was among the first of the Pocket Pitbulls that I can recall. He looked exactly like a standard American Bully, but much smaller. He appeared like he was simply stunted in growth. I clearly recall that as his owner walked him around the show, everyone wanted to take a look at him. I remember my family wanting to get pictures of him. These few years later, I couldn't tell you what dogs won the show, but I can tell you that Merlin was there.
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NO ABKC CLASS FOR POCKET PITBULLS
At that show there was no class for Pocket Pitbulls, in fact I don't recall seeing another dog that could qualify as one. Yet, apparently I wasn't the only one who was impressed with this Pocket Pitbull. For it wasn't long and all of the sudden it seemed as if everyone was promoting Pocket Pitbulls. Now of course, few if any were like "The Wizard", a smaller version of a standard Bully. Instead it was quite obvious that these smaller size dogs were cross-breeds. Some were clearly using Boston Terriers, and French Bulldogs, while others crossed with English Bull dogs. It wasn't long before there were enough Pocket Pitbulls that a new ABKC class was instituted.
Now the foregoing is not to say that there weren't other important factors in the development of Pocket Pitbulls. At that same show, Marco Suarez of Suarez Bulls Kennels had a stable of dogs competing. And if anyone is deserving of the title of father of the Pocket Pitbull it would no doubt be him. His dog "Samurai Paco" the first ABKC Champion and then Grand Champion was a dog of smaller size competing and winning against dogs much bigger than he. Marco did a superb job of producing one dog after another off Paco, that soon began to define what Pocket Pitbulls should be. Looking at Paco standing in the winners circle with the blue ribbon around his neck and seeing dogs nearly twice his size (a slight hyperbole) standing on both sides of him, it soon became apparent that a new ABKC class was in order to accommodate the growing interest in Pocket Pitbulls.
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