American PitBull Registry
World's Largest PitBull Specific Registry
PO Box 1036 Antioch TN 37011 USA
American PitBull Terrier ( APBT ) Pictures

Are you looking for PitBull pictures? In this section you will find a small sampling of many different pictures of PitBulls who are members of the American PitBull Registry ( APBR ) including Family and Children PitBull Pictures, Blue PitBulls, Red PitBulls, PitBull puppies, Brindle PitBulls, Merle PitBulls, Black PitBulls, Chocolate PitBulls, White PitBulls, Moo Moo Patterned Pits and all shades of brown. On top of this you may enter our growing LIVE Member Gallery with en numerous Pits and more being added daily.

Based on surveys we have taken, the pictures of PitBulls that most people want to see are those PitBulls that are blue. Blue PitBulls are very much in demand and are currently the favorite color overall. Blue is one of the more rare colors in PitBulls.

Next in line of color preference in PitBull pics that people most request is that of Red PitBulls. The Red Nose PitBull has a unique history and was once near extinction. Before the Red Nose PitBull went extinct however a few individuals began to breed this color of Pit more heavily and now the Red Red Nose PitBull is one of the most prevalent colors in existence.

Although not defined by our survey pictures of PitBull puppies are always in high demand. Who could look at PitBull Puppy pictures and not have their heart melt? PitBull puppies are by far the cutest of all puppy dogs of any breed we think.

By far the rarest of PitBulls are those that are Merle. The Merle PitBull is distinct in its genetics and many times exhibit unique color schemes and a trademark blue eye. The blue eye or eyes are also referred to as crystal and glass eyes. The Merle PitBull is the rarest and the demand for this variety is rising quickly. At the American PitBull Registry we are lucky to have many Merle Pits registered and are able to provide several pictures of PitBulls with Merle genetics. 

Other PitBull pictures we carry are those of brindle, black, chocolate, white, various shades of brown including fawn and buckskin and the ever prevalent but loveable Moo Moo patterns.

It is important to understand this is not meant to be a comprehensive or disqualifying list of colors or patterns. PitBulls are as diverse as the rainbow and just as beautiful.

Many people search the net regularly for PitBull dog pictures and end up on our site. Once they see the beauty in the many PitBull photos we have their interest in dogs in many cases becomes focused in an interest in the PitBull breed. After reading through the breed profile many who thought they would never own a PitBull, while searching for dogs of other breeds, change their mind and become owners and enthusiasts of an American PitBull Terrier ( APBT ).  

If you are an owner and have Pictures of PitBull dogs you own and would like to have them exhibited we encourage you to become a member of the American PitBull Registry (APBR) and we will be happy to provide you the opportunity to also share these. In order to have your pics shown it is necessary to be a member. Pictures should be clear, of good quality, and exhibit your dog in a friendly environment preferably interacting with family members.

Visit our Live Member Gallery here located at where you too can be part of an active PitBull community

PitBull Myth:

The Merle is not natural to the pure bred PitBull.

PitBull Fact:

In the beginning of the registration industry and the registration of PitBulls color of eyes and coat were not a consideration for registration purposes. Current trends have many registries now denying membership to those who wish to register their pure bred Merle PitBulls. The American PitBull Registry has not bowed to the pressure of the industry and still and always will accept the Merle PitBull for registration.