The American Bully is a happy, outgoing, stable, and confident dog. Gentle and loving toward people. Good-natured, amusing, extremely loyal, and an affectionate family pet. Almost always obedient, this dog wants nothing but to please its master.
The bully breeds are vulnerable to several types of congenital heart disease, including subaortic and pulmonic stenosis, mitral valve disease, and septal defect (disorders that affect the valves and interior walls of the heart).
Stubborn, affectionate, gentle, friendly, loyal, courageous, strong willed, clownish, intelligent and obedient
No special requirements
To be safe, give them around 60 minutes of exercise daily and approximately 16 miles of walking/running per week. Gauge their ability to keep up with high-intensity activities, as their shorter muzzles can compromise efficient breathing and make them winded if they over-exert themselves.
The American Bully is a modern breed of dog that was developed as a companion dog and originally standardized and recognized as a breed in 2004 by the American Bully Kennel Club (ABKC)
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