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One of the major goals of our editorial staff is to educate and inform newcomers to the Bully world. We have learned (at times the hard way) that if you don’t have a strong connection to the community getting started can be difficult. There are a lot of breeders out there advertising themselves as the best to ever do it. There is a lot of contradicting information if you rely on the internet. If you don’t know any better it is easy to fall victim to bad information.

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This past weekend a major Bully registry crowned an English Bulldog, Grand Champion Bodacious Boss, the National Best in Show Winner making waves throughout the bully world. Some were quick to point out that this isn’t the first time one of the other bully breeds has won—in 2010, a Shortybull walked away with the Best in Show title. These supporters see Boss’s win as growth of the registry and the growth of the Bully community in general. On the other hand, social media is ablaze right now with disbelief and disgust that anything other than an American Bully would take the crown. Some are using the win as proof that the registry, that ALL of the “established” registries, have given up objectivity and are being swayed by what’s popular at the moment or worse being influenced by personal relationships and loyalties. We have even seen the promotion of yet another new registry promising to be the new best choice.  

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Sunday 23rd of November

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Freezing weather is bearing down on the United States. The Upper Midwest has already seen inches of snowfall and the arctic air is quickly approaching the southern states. There has been a lot of talk about the Polar Vortex ever since last year's monster winter (anyone remember that little ice storm that paralyzed Atlanta?), but it is actually a permanent "pocket" of freezing air that hovers around the Arctic Circle. It is not a storm, it is not the Vortex itself racing across the country. Major weather events, like the record breaking storm churning off the coast of Alaska right now, can disrupt the flow of the Vortex causing its freezing air to "spill" out across the atmosphere. 

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A story recently popped up in our social media feed about a woman who decided that her Paleo Diet was getting a bit too costly. After reviewing the nutritional information on her dog's "high end kibble" she decided that at eighty five cents a serving kibble would satisfy her health and budget needs.

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How many Bully programs out there are set up as state-registered businesses? It’s understandable that there may be some hesitation when it comes to actually setting up a business: coming up with the startup cash, filing paperwork and taxes. There doesn’t seem to be much information out there on structuring a successful kennel.

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The October 2014 issue if Entrepreneur magazine featured an article titled “5 Things You Must do To Successfully Launch a Business.” As I read I couldn’t help but make the connection to the business of breeding, and how arming the Bully community with more business knowledge will benefit us all. Here I apply four of the ideas from that article to creating a profitable, impressive breeding program.

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Colder weather is upon us, but that doesn't mean bugs and parasites will be hibernating for the winter. If you visit the vet regularly, you are probably familiar with just how expensive parasite prevention can be. Heartworm medication and flea/tick protection can often cost more than the exam. It is easy to think "I'll get it next time," or "I don't have to worry about that stuff around my house." Unfortunately, all of these excuses are putting your dog, and possibly your family, in danger.

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November 30th, 2014

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Last week, Bull Breed Coalition Registry (BBCR) President Amy Krogman took a break from the front office to participate in the Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Ice Bucket Challenge that is taking the social media world by storm. The registry also donated funds.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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