American bully, combination of a Stafford and a Bulldog

Posted on December 6th, 2016

American Bully

Description of the American Bully

The American Bully is a combination of a bulldog and American Staffordshire Terrier. Depending on the bloodlines the combination may vary. It is not a pure cross between an English Bulldog and American Staffordshire Terriers, but a ‘race’ bred through years of character and reliability. Depending on the descendant it may even be that there are to be found in the French Bulldog ancestors. The combination with Bulldog dogs they get a very stable character, which is suitable for just about all people and not to forget children. The American Bully is a perfect family dog, and should not be used for combat, despite they have the appearance of a strong, sharp and dangerous dog ..

Character and temperament of the American Bully

American Bully’s are, as previously mentioned, bred character and reliability. They have a strong personality, but very reliable to children and there is no harm in it. Obviously, education plays a crucial role. But the fierce, irascible a Staffordshire Terrier is much less common. An American Bully is a suitable choice for all families, including families with very small children

Height and weight of the American Bully

We share this ‘race’ in four different sizes: Mini, Pocket, Standard and XL. Micro and XL are the two exceptions, one very small and the other very large. Standard and Pocket we can compare the size of an American Stafford (= standard) and an English Bulldog (= pocket. Males weigh course always more than females, depending on their size, of course. Depending on the size an American Bully can be from 10 to 25 go kilogram.

 

Living conditions of the American Bully

The American Bully can be either outside, inside or in an apartment life. Though it like any breed or the dog advised to provide sufficient free space, preferably also on a firmer surface such as grass, with the sun as a source of vitamin. It is definitely not a dog for walking long distances. There he already has a shorter snout than the American Staffordshire Terrier. American Bully’s are playful but not inexhaustible sources of energy.

 

Life expectancy of the American Bully

10 to 12 years.

Care of the American Bully

An American Bully is a short-haired dog, and thus lose, depending on the period in the year, including her. To have hair loss as little as possible, brush the recommended occasionally, and give a brief combing yet every day during the moulting period. Advised to do this with a Sheddar brush, a brush with short teeth which serves to remove the short hairs when shedding.

Origins of the American Bully

As explained earlier brief the American Bully is a breed created by a mixture of several different breeds. The reason: An American Staffordshire Terrier with the character of an English Bulldog or an English Bulldog with the energy of an American Staffordshire Terrier. This is certainly not a pure hybrid of the two previous mentioned varieties, depending on the trunk line also differ ancestors. There are also types with French bulldog as ancestor. Of course, the idea of the American comes Bully

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What types of bulldog exists?

Posted on July 28th, 2016

As you might know there are many kinds of bulldog breeds. We will discuss the most popular ones.

American Bully

Description

American Bully

American bully

The American Bully is a combination of a bulldog and American Staffordshire Terrier. Depending on the bloodlines the combination may vary. It is not a pure cross between an English Bulldog and American Staffordshire Terriers, but a ‘race’ bred through years of character and reliability. Depending on the descendant it may even be that there are to be found in the French Bulldog ancestors. The combination with Bulldog dogs they get a very stable character, which is suitable for just about all people and not to forget children. The American Bully is a perfect family dog, and should not be used for combat, despite they have the appearance of a strong, sharp and dangerous dog ..

Find more info about american bully’s.

 

 

French Bulldog

History

As the name already suggest this bulldog has his origin in France. He was developed as a companion dog from the miniature bulldogs English lace workers brought to France with them when they emigrated in search of better jobs. The English dogs mated with local breeds and soon became popular in fashionable circles.

Description

French Bulldog

The French Bulldog is a muscular, compact and heavily boned dog. Its head is large and square with an upturned nose and short, heavily wrinkled muzzle. The large, naturally erect, rounded ears are often described as batlike. The skin is soft and forms wrinkles at the head, neck and shoulders. The tail is naturally short and can be straight or screw. The short, fine coat may be brindle, fawn, white or brindle and white.

 

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English Bulldog

History

Today’s bulldog is quite different than the early version of the breed. It was originally developed to hold bulls for butchers and was later used for the blood sport of bull baiting. When this sport was outlawed in 1835, the need for the breed ceased. However, fanciers worked to keep the breed alive as a companion, placing value on its gentle temperament and distinctive looks rather than its fighting skills.

Description

English bulldog

The bulldog is a medium-size but massive dog with a heavy, thick-set body. The head is very large, broad and square. The forehead is flat and the face is very short with a short, upturned muzzle. The massive jaws are square and the lower jaw is undershot with thick pendant chops. There are dark eyes, a black nose and small rose ears. The chest is broad and deep with a short back. The naturally short tail is straight or screwed. The skin is soft and loose, especially at the head, neck and shoulders. The coat is short and it may be brindle, white, red, fawn, yellow or piebald.

The English bulldog has many genetic problems, for that reason we don’t sell them. We recommend a French one or a American bully

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