Your question cannot be answered... because Pitbull isn't a breed. Here are the breeds sometimes mistakenly called a Pit Bull. - American Pit Bull Terrier - American Bully - American Staffordshire Terrier - Staffordshire Bull Terrier - American Bull Terrier - English Bulldog - American Bulldog - Cane Corso - Bullmastiff - Presa Canario - Dogo Argentino - Boxer - Rottweiler - Boerboel So by some standards, an AmStaff puppy would be considered a pit…
"You don't. Pit bull is a slang term used to describe several "bully breeds". 1 in every 600 pit bulls find forever homes." A pit bull is short for American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT), These are very different from "Bully" breeds, As the "bully" was bred with other breeds to change size, strength, and color. An APBT is NOT a "bully".
This depends on how well socialized your existing Pit Bull is. Providing it has been well socialized with other Dogs there should be no problems, but I would not suggest having two Dogs of the same sex - especially two males. It would be a good idea to get a puppy of the opposite gender to your existing Dog, just make sure you neuter/spay at least one of them to prevent unwanted litters.
Is it okay to call a pit bull an American Pit Bull Terrier if the dog is of unknown pedigree and possibly a mixed breed or are they simply Pit Bull Terriers?
boston pit <-What? (Crazy Ass!) American Pit Bull Terrier is the official name of one specific breed (APBT for short). The term "Pit Bull Terrier" is another incomplete variant of the full name. The term "Pit Bull" is a shortened version of the whole official name who many agree should only be used for an actual APBT. If you have a dog of two or more breeds, it is simply a mutt.