The American Bully is a recently developed breed of dog that is a mix of the American Pit Bull Terrier and several other dog breeds.
Training and Care
The American Bully is a loyal and loving companion, and does well with children. They are very trainable and eager to please their owners. It is important to train them early and establish rules and boundaries, as they can become aggressive when not given clear guidelines. Regular exercise and a proper diet are essential for the health and wellbeing of the American Bully.
Diet and Nutrition
American Bullys should have a diet that consists of high quality dry kibbble, supplemented with fruits and veggies, as well as lean meats. It is important to make sure the diet is balanced and provide enough of all the essential nutrients. Treats should be given in moderation, as they can be unhealthy and lead to obesity.
The American Bully is generally considered a healthy breed, but they are prone to hip dysplasia and other joint issues. Additionally, they may suffer from skin allergies or eye conditions. Regular vet check-ups are recommended to ensure the health of the breed.
The American Bully was developed in the United States in the 1990s, and was officially recognized as a breed by the United Kennel Club in 2013. The breed was created to combine the stability and other desirable traits of the American Pit Bull Terrier, with additional breed characteristics from other dog breeds.
Where to Buy or Adopt
American Bullys can be purchased from reputable breeders. Prices range from $2,000-$5,000. Adoption is also an option, and there are many organizations that specialize in rescuing and rehoming American Bullys. Prices for adoption range from $250-$500.