Older Bullies are the foundations of our breeding programs; many have become legends in their own right. Our older bullies hold a special place in our families, and in our hearts. Once the show ring, production of multiple litters, and the stress of travel have taken their toll, it is important to make their golden years as comfortable as possible.
Should your bully eat like a wild animal? Or should you feed your bully a prehistoric diet? The choice is yours, but here are some important factors to consider.
On a recent road trip, I pulled over in the wee hours of the morning to let my French Bulldog, Kobe, relieve her bladder in privacy. After taking care of business, she trotted back to me grunting and snorting. As she stepped into the light, I quickly noticed that the left side of her muzzle had swollen to nearly double its normal size.
Your Pit Bull may be the most pleasant dog on the block and the life of the party when you invite friends over, but insurance companies have a different perspective.
What do counselors and dogs have in common? Apparently, the ability to provide hope to those who are going through a rough patch.
We’ve all seen the social media celebrities who rose to stardom because of photos of their voluptuous curves or buff bodies dripping with sweat.
Last week, the Bull Breed Coalition Registry (BBCR) inked a monumental deal with Marco Suarez of Suarez Bulls Kennels. He joins the registry as a Board Member and the Director of American Bully Operations.
Take a look at 10 of the healthiest “human” foods your bully, or other canine friend, can eat along with the vitamins and nutrients they provide, and the system that benefits the most from consumption. We have also listed the 10 most dangerous “human” foods your bully can ingest, and the harmful aspects and effects of those foods.
Although we all want our bullies to be healthy and happy at all times, issues are prone to arise. And pancreatitis happens to be one of the medical conditions on the more serious end of the spectrum.
Things were looking up for Misty, the pit bull who had been rescued from a high kill South Carolina shelter. But that was until she was returned for what we deem to be a minor issue.
If you own a pit bull or any other aggressive breed, you’re probably well aware of the headaches that accompany the search for a rental property that will accommodate both you and your furry friend. In fact, many landlords feel so strongly about these breeds that they generally aren’t allowed on the premises.
But former Florida residents and ‘aggressive-breed’ enthusiasts, Greg and Jade Rouzeau, recently did something extraordinary.
The hunt is over and you’ve finally found a bully that’s right for you and your family. Wouldn’t it just be devastating if as the years progressed, the dog developed issue after issue, which ultimately led to their untimely demise?
Exotics haven taken the bully world by storm, but this isn’t necessarily a good thing. Of course, demand is high and everyone is looking for a slice of the pie.
Not all dog treats are created equal. And the latest update from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reveals that they are even more lethal than previously suspected.