WHAT WE STAND FORBully Temperament
It is safe to say that although this breed possesses an impressive stature, with defined muscles and a strong build, they are very, very sweet hearted and have a soft temperament. Many people believe the American Bully is simply a type of pit-bull this is false and is a common misconception towards this breed.
Overall, the XL American Bully is a well-rounded, reliable, trustworthy and ideal family member (mans best-friend). The XL American Bully needs an owner who is firm with a lot of patience, that's very confident, and very consistent. Always let them know whats expected of them; give rules and guidelines to follow to what they are and are not allowed to do. Establish yourself as the pack leader as dogs are naturally instinctively inclined to follow in that order.
What is a Bully?
A Pit bull and American Bully are two distinct dog breeds. The American Bully originated in the United States between 1980 and 1990 and is the product of an American Staffordshire Terrier, American Pitbull Terriers, and other bully breeds.
Bullies are true companions & ideal family pets
The American Bully’s bold muscular bodies make some believe they are an aggressive dog, however, they are a very cheerful and sweet breed who are full of love. They also love attention, and are definitely massive affection givers, so you can expect tons and tons of licks, kisses and head tilts. They are known for being an extremely adaptable breed who are both playful and caring, this makes them an exceptional addition to families with children. Known to be patient with children, you shouldn’t worry about bringing this breed into a home with young children. The American Bully is known to be the loyalist of the many dog breeds, adding to the many reasons for why they make the perfect family pet.
Size of The XL American Bully
The bloodlines I use produce very big athletic dogs. They range from 24 to 27 inches in height and weigh anywhere from 120 pounds to 170 pounds, both male and female. They can pack on size and weight very fast, so I recommend to not overfeed them and to let them grow gradually so that their bones fuse together properly.