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What is the Lifespan of an American Bully?

When you treat an American Bully well - giving it lots of exercise, love and a healthy diet, their average lifespan is 12-14 years. When you’re planning on getting a pet, especially an American Bully, there is a definite need to understand how much of a responsibility the pet you are taking on is going to bring you.   All domestic breeds have health problems and it’s important to understand the specific health concerns of an American Bully. When they present themselves, you are able to deal with the problems head on and not leave it up to the universe to decide whether your animal will get better.  Below is a list of a few health problems to look out for,...

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What is the American Bully Mixed With?

The American Bully dog is a new and upcoming breed. Bred between the American Staffordshire Terrier and the American Pitbull Terrier, the Bully carries the best traits of both the Staffordshire and the American Pitbull. The American Bully is extremely loving and loyal, despite it’s intimidating stature. The American Bully is a genuine pleasure to be around — naturally trusting of those who approach, the Bully does well meeting new people, and does even better with loads of attention and affection. The American Bully’s loyalty exceeds that of a normal dog — once they find their “pack”, they stick by them, no matter what.          The American Bully gets its sociable personality from the American Pitbull Terrier. The...

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American Bullies and “Jaw Locking” Rumors

American Bullies are NOT bred for fighting and are one of the most compassionate and sweetest dogs ever. When you are looking at a new breed of dog, especially an up and coming breed, potential dog owners typically look for any reason the dog could be “faulty”. Each domestically bred dog has it’s dispositions (e.g. pugs are disposed to have breathing problems). A common question asked is whether American Bully Dogs are predisposed to "jaw locking", or attack innocent people. Some say that bully breeds are like this because they feel less, or because they are bred to be aggressive. Rumors and stereotypes surrounding American Bully dogs, as well as Pit bull breeds, continue to surface even years after they...

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Are American Bully Dogs Aggressive?

Every dog species face some sort of stereotype, and because of their build, it’s no doubt that American Bully dogs get a wrap for being “aggressive”. Bred with an American Staffordshire and an American Pitbull Terrier, it’s no wonder that some who are looking to adopt feel as though the Pitbull Terrier passed down some unlucky traits. This is where those who are looking for the perfect family dog get scared away - but why should they? Science has proven that there is no breed that is inherently aggressive — the way dogs act is a matter of how they are raised. If a dog is raised to be mean by his/her owner, then the dog will indeed be aggressive. Stereotypes affect...

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The “Cost” of an American Bully Dog

To ask for the price of a dog is never a simple question. Many things need to be taken into account when looking at the cost for a breed, including (but not limited to) — bloodline, class of Bully, structure, and much more. Understanding the price of the dog you’re getting is important, but how can you put a price on a companion? Most American Bully dogs cost from $2,000-$30,000. However, this is an average price, and taking into consideration the different types of Bully dogs, there is a large amount of variation. Investing in a dog is always a big step, and please make sure you have the ability to take care of a dog before you commit to...

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