To be a purple ribbon pit bull, all three generations of the dog’s ancestors must be registered with the United Kennel Club, according to the UKC. Verifying the pedigrees of parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents is part of this process.
The American Staffordshire terrier is the pit bull, according to the United Kennel Club. The purple ribbon label, on the other hand, is applicable to all dog breeds. The initials “PR” are followed by a comma in the name of a dog with this pedigree. If both of a dog’s parents have purple ribbon distinctions on their registration papers, the offspring has a complete “Seven Generation” pedigree. Knowing the pedigree of 254 ancestors is required for this.