The American Pittbull Terrier: an American tradition, a "nanny dog," a loyal protector and companion...NOT a monster.

The American Pittbull Terrier: an American tradition, a "nanny dog," a loyal protector and companion...NOT a monster.

vintage pit on a tricycle (Looks like the dog is stronger than the kid, he should be pushing her)

vintage pit on a tricycle (Looks like the dog is stronger than the kid, he should be pushing her)

Vintage photo of little girl with pit bull from http://twolittlecavaliers.com/2012/01/vintage-pit-bull-photos.html

Vintage photo of little girl with pit bull from http://twolittlecavaliers.com/2012/01/vintage-pit-bull-photos.html

Pitbulls were originally known as nanny dogs - because they are great with children and they will protect "their" children no matter what. They will literally put their own life on the line without giving it a second thought.

37 Pictures That Will Restore Your Faith In Pit Bulls

Pitbulls were originally known as nanny dogs - because they are great with children and they will protect "their" children no matter what. They will literally put their own life on the line without giving it a second thought.

Interesting! Pitbulls use to be called "Nanny Dogs" they were the number one dog trusted with children and adults! Check out these photos

Interesting! Pitbulls use to be called "Nanny Dogs" they were the number one dog trusted with children and adults! Check out these photos

In the 1920s, pit bulls were referred to as "nursemaid dogs" because of how well they behaved with children!

In the 1920s, pit bulls were referred to as "nursemaid dogs" because of how well they behaved with children!

NANNY DOG (i.e. American Pit Bulls & American Staffordshire Bull Terriers)

NANNY DOG (i.e. American Pit Bulls & American Staffordshire Bull Terriers)

At the time this photo was taken, pitbulls were known as "The Nanny Dog"

At the time this photo was taken, pitbulls were known as "The Nanny Dog"

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