The Colby Pit Bull has a long and interesting history as a fighting dog

The Colby Pit Bull has a first impression of tremendous strength for its size. It is a very muscular, bulky dog. Despite these attributes, the breed is also very agile and limber. The Colby dog is alert and aware of its surroundings. The Colby dog’s head size should by medium length with a broad skull. Their muzzle should medium length and fall away from below eyes.Their neck is heavy and medium in length. They have muscular shoulders with wide and sloping blades. Their tails are short in correlation to size. It is set low and tapers to a thin point. The Colby dog’s coat is short and lustrous. The Colby’s bloodline size is generally in proportion with its height and weight. There is a characteristic height of about 18 to 19 inches at shoulders for the male and 17 to 18 inches for the female.

 

 

 

 

 

Webster’s Joker was born in 1914
His Sire was: Colby pit bull Bunch
His Dam was: Colby’s Rhody
He was bred by: John P. Colby in Newburyport, Ma
and was owned by William J. Webster Junior in Columbia Tennessee. He was well known for his strength, conformation, as well as his drive and endurance.

The Colby Pit Bull bloodline is not only a good looking dog but has a very interesting history. In the 1930’s the American Kennel Club had added the American Pit Bull Terriers (Apbt) to their registry under the name Staffordshire Terriers. The AKC decided that since they have a new breed in their club, they needed a standard for it. Wilfred Brandon, who headed the AKC committee, chose Colby’s Primo after visiting many kennels.This help to introduce the breed to the public as a notable breed of canine.