Here are the red nose pitbull males that produced our line of dogs.

The beautiful look of a OFRN American Pit Bull Terrier is something else. With their intelligence, loyalty and strength, APBTs’ make other dogs seem incompetent. Not to mention, from puppies to full grown adult, our dogs are creatures of beauty. Our American pit bull terrier stud dogs are a proud part of the USA. We are keeping alive an American legacy. One look at a Pit Bull with OFRN in it and it is easy to see why. The APBT is very stoic. Even as puppies, they hold their ground while playing. Its funny to watch little puppies just going at it rough housing. After playing hard, the momma dog comes and gets the “kids” to relax. While you are browsing the photos on HumboldtPitBulls.Com, please visit our history page. There you will find photos of Stubby the war dog. Our History of the APBT page has links to written info. on helpful Bull dogs of the past whose service was invaluable to the thousands of our fighting forces in wars the U.S.A. was involved in.

Here is a quick note on training your dog. If you want your dogs focus and concentration to increase, try high intensity training (H.I.T.). This work out is not for puppies. Puppies should wait until about 1 year of age before a hard core APBT work out. However, for adult dogs it is a methodology for maximizing the athletic effects of time put into working out your red nose pit bull. The APBT training program was developed by Bob Fritz (founder of Peak Performance Products for sale). The H.I.T. work out develops an enhanced ability to clear the lactic acids. This is great for the body. A hard work out on the APBT stud dogs also helps to stimulate and reach explosive fast twitch muscle fibers. This is why some Red Nose Pitbulls are able to burn fat and accelerate metabolism so easy. Only work out your APBT on this program 2 to 3 times a week.

Above is “Miles of Bulls CH Trailer Trash”. He is from Grand Champion Scruffy and was used as our first outcross here at Humboldt Pit Bulls. I give a personal “Thank You” to all of the breeders throughout history who made these red nose Pitbull Terrier studs and puppies possible. I would also like to thank American Dog Breeders Association (ADBA) for all of the years of dedication to the American Pit Bull Terrier and the Pit Bull Gazette. Enjoy the pictures. While you are here, take time to watch a pitbull video. If you have any questions about Pitbull kennels, stud service or the OFR just ask.