The American Bully Breed
The American Bully dog breed began in the 1990’s, it began from crossbreeding and selective breeding of the American Staffordshire Terrier, and other Bull and Terrier breeds. The American Bully is a recently became a dog breed, It is a small to large breed which has been divided into four categories; Pocket, Standard, Classic and XL.
What is the difference between American bully and a Pitbull?
The American Bully breeds are an extension of the American Pit Bull Terrier breed. These dogs are often wider and lower than the American pitbull. In breeding bull dogs in with the stock of American Pitbull Terriers you can see the often wide necks and droppy appearance that some bullys may have in comparison to their cousin the American Pitbull Terrier.
American Pit Bull Terriers were originally bred to hunt and dog fight. The American Bully has never been bred for fighting or hunting and solely as a pet companion. In 2004, the breed was recognized by the kennel club and the American bully was bred primarily as a companion animal and show dog.
American Bully Dog Collars
The American bully varies in sizes and some can have necks as wide as 30 inches, for this reason we have many requests for American Bully dog collars and often create custom collars for some American Bully owners.
Strong and large dogs require wider and bigger collars that are adapted to their morphology and strength. Failing to equip your bully with the right pitbull collar may hurt their neck and skeleton in the long run. It is safer to invest on a good dog collar than spend hundred times more on vet bills.