Jackie, your pup would not be a red nose dog even with papers as the pup has black.
The only true "red nose" dogs are the Old Family Red Nose Strain of American (pit) Bull Terrier.
Now, since you are new, as you have stated, I'll inform you on the difference between a dog with a Pedigree and one without.
There is a difference between a "mutt" and, let's say, dogs of Champion stock.
I'll start with the "mutts"
These dogs are not selected for their breedings, and are always accidents or back yard bred.
They come with no guarantee, no history, unknown temperaments (temperament is 80% hereditary/20% environmental-genetics loads the gun, environment pulls the trigger, as I once heard)....
I should also mention that it was these "mutts" that have forever tarnished the ApBT
breed, which is not the same as a mutt pit bull.
These dogs may be good as pets, on occasion, but that is it......
They will never help the breed of ApBT
's.....they should all be fixed and never bred!
Now enter the Champions.
These dogs with the "meaningless papers" as some fools call them (you're new so you must have learned that lie somewhere), are far different.
They have, first of all, a quality no other breed has, known as "gameness" which shapes the entire personality of the dogs.
This makes them one of a kind. And that is a proven fact.
Next, a high quality dog with a proven Pedigree has guarantees from temperament to health.
Only the best are ever bred, by the professionals, and they are selectively sold to quality homes.
They get the best care and are never malnourished or worm infested when they go to new homes.
These are the best of the breed, with high quality Pedigrees, and they are better than any mutt will ever be, from intelligence, to performance, to family pet.
Oh, and it is not the Pedigree dogs out there biting people to this day that gives the real breed a bad name.
And idiot people who give the breed a bad name aren't paying the money for these high quality dogs,
so they never have them. This falls on back yard breeders, who are supported by rescues and "oh a cute puppy" syndrome type people.
If anyone takes this as an insult against themselves or their mutts,
then first consider this:
When you cut down "papered dogs" and say they mean nothing you tell those of us with REAL ApBT's your dogs are just as good as our high priced dogs! And you also unknowingly keep the support going for back yard breeders who have forever damaged the image of the ApBT!
I personally do not dislike your "pet bulls" or "mutts." They may indeed be fine pets.
But you will never know why a Pedigree'd dog has more value than even what we pay for them,
why we consider these dogs priceless and one of a kind.
But if you want the truth, a dog of Champion blood deserves to go down in the "books"
in keeping a family record. This allows us to know what we have today, and where it came from.
From personality, to performance, we build our dogs the way we like.
And by family breeding, we close the circle of genetics, where nothing new can come in.
We just cut off any problems that arise.
That lot falls on all the "pretend-a-bulls" out there, that would have been culled years ago.