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American Bulli is a breed of dog from the USA
The history of the origin of the breed is remarkable in that more than one dog breeder or club was engaged in breeding work. Hundreds of American specialists worked on the creation of improved animals. Comes from the American Pit Bull Terrier and the American Staffordshire Terrier, as well as more distant relatives such as the English Bulldog and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. It has been recognized as a joint dog breeding club since 2013. We will tell you about the valuable pedigree qualities of American bulls, the breed standard and relationships with humans in the material presented to your attention.

Physical features of the dog

The American Bull is a medium-sized, strong, athletic breed with a muscular and powerful physique: with a large head, powerful jaws and a compact body, these dogs can look a little intimidating. American bulls can be found in a variety of colors, from blue to brown and black, but they are never albinos. Although many owners prefer to trim their ears, this is not recommended, in fact, this practice is prohibited in many countries. Because of their ancestors, such as the American Staffordshire Terrier and the American Pit Bull Terrier, American Bulls are stronger than most other breeds.

American Bully Character

The original breeders of the American Bull were looking for a dog with a fierce and rude appearance, but a dedicated and family-oriented person. Although they may not look like this, American bullies are outgoing dogs and they get along well with children. The American Bulli is an extremely affectionate and faithful companion who will not hesitate to show courage to protect his family from any danger. They are smart dogs that can develop all kinds of skills. These dogs usually get along well with children: with proper training and socialization, American bulls are one of the most affectionate and patient dog breeds. They are protectors, so the children will be in good hands. American bullies also get along with other pets. They are aware of their physical strength and control their movements so as not to hurt the smaller dogs with whom they like to communicate and play.

American Bully Health

In general, American bullies are strong, healthy dogs. However, inbreeding has led to the development and increased risk of hereditary diseases such as cataracts, elbow dysplasia, heart disease, deafness, hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, and allergies. It is imperative not to treat the dog without the knowledge and consent of the veterinarian.

American Bully Care

American Bulls are muscular, active dogs that need regular and regular exercise. You need to walk the dog three times a day to prevent the development of stress, anxiety or behavioral problems. They are not intended for long-distance running, since moving their body at high speed requires too much effort to complete them. However, running short distances at moderate speed is required for their daily workouts. American bulls are a very pure breed. They love to be cleaned and bathed.

Dog nutrition and training

Bulli puppies need extra calcium in their diet in order to properly develop their bones: they will grow up as heavy dogs, and their skeleton should hold more weight than other dogs of similar height. The best diet for an adult dog is the standard dry food recommended by the veterinarian. To enrich the diet, you can offer American Bull high-protein paste. Exercise and a balanced and varied diet will be enough to keep the dog healthy and happy. Before accepting the American Bull, you need to know that they are recommended for experienced owners with some knowledge of dog psychology and their behavior in a pack. They need a steady, calm and consistent host. Bulli training requires patience, but they are smart dogs that will easily teach basic teams.

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