When they were pups I gave my dogs the soft nylabones or the rubbery chew toys that had some 'give' but were not soft enough to have pieces break off. The Kongs or other safe toys that you can hide treats in are fun for puppies. Plush toys and cheaper toys with squeeky things will get destroyed and swallowed in no time. Keep an eye on her with her toys and if you see that one is not holding up just replace it. My first dog was okay with that knoted rope thing but Reggie is a more aggressive chewer and the threads started to get pulled out so the rope toy disappeared from his toy stash.
I prefer filled, frozen Kongs, pressed rawhide and quality pizzles, which I chose after spending a lot of time just observing my dog and what he liked to chew vs. what was pretty safe for him to chew with regard to choking and obstructions.
Please be aware that ANYTHING a dog puts in its mouth can be a choking hazard, including kibble.
As for choking and blockages, it's important for you to offer a variety of chewies, closely supervise your pup (while chewing) over a period of time and decide what is or isn't appropriate for her. If you look long enough, you're going to find choking/obstruction horrors about everything a dog finds chewable, so you've got to make informed decisions.
Now, I've never owned an APBT, so I'm just giving you in-general advice. Hopefully, some APBT owners will pipe up with useful tips.