American Bully Question

AMERICAN BULLY


WHAT TYPE OF TEMPERMENT DOES THE BREED REALLY HAVE AND WHERE DO THE COME FROM

    In American Bully - Asked by Anonymous - 12/7/2012 2:40:10 PM
I can say with confidence that 9 out of 10 puppies will have great temperaments as adults if raised properly, just like most dogs. Bullies are basically the revolutionized pit bull. If you research the old school bloodlines like Ghangis kon, Razors Edge, Gottiline, etc. They pioneered the type of American Bullies you see today. It's all about being short and extreme thickness.
    Answered by BIK714 - 12/12/2012 9:17:21 PM


EVERYONE describes the American Bully as aggressive and harmful meanwhile they are very protective and loyal dogs. I know why people may think what they do about them but it depends how you raise them what atmosphere you create! They have the terriers temperament
    Answered by Anonymous - 7/8/2013 9:03:01 PM


The "Bull & Terrier" was a single breed developed in Europe with many different physical characteristics. They were bred for tenacious temperament, blending old eng. bulldogs with various terriers. Terriers add bravery and old eng. bulldogs added jaw size and strength, along with willingness to please. Overtime, the Bull & Terrier evolved into the modern day AKC Am. Staff and the UKC APBT. The Am. Bully came specifically from Razor's Edge bred bloodlines of UKC APBTs of the 90's, infusing AKC Am Staffs and AKC Staffies. The modern result is a smaller, denser, more old eng. bulldog leaning phenotype that is the Am. Bully. They do not have the high animal aggression of the APBT, nor are they as mild as Golden Retrievers. They are somewhere in between, and with patience, are readily integrated into households with other, non-APBT dogs.
    Answered by margarita.pocketbully - 10/14/2013 9:27:11 PM
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