6 Tips to help you find your perfect bully

6 Tips to help you find your perfect bully



 
So you’re ready to introduce and American Bully into your family…Great choice, here’s a few tips to bear in mind during your search.

 

Research is one of the most important things to do before introducing a new American bully puppy into your home. The more time you invest researching the American bully the better the experience will be.

 

Things to consider:

1. What type suits your lifestyle the most – American bullies are registered into different categories dependant on their height when fully grown, i.e. Pocket Bully, Standard Bully and Xl Bully. It is important to take this into account before purchasing an American bully puppy to prevent any confusion later down the line.

2. Bloodlines – It is important to research the different American bully bloodlines, this will play a huge role in the way that your American Bully will look when fully matured. American Bullies come in all different shapes and sizes, some are shorter, taller, have more muscle mass etc.. so researching the different bloodlines will give you a better idea on how your American bully will look when fully matured.
Researching American Bully bloodlines will also help to give you some insight into any health problems that maybe hereditary in certain lines.

3. Price tag – As I am sure you’re already aware, American bullies usually come with a hefty price tag. If you are looking to invest a substantial amount of money on a new puppy, make sure you have a contract in place with the seller that benefits both parties. If you are planning to breed your new bully make sure this is discussed before you purchase to avoid any unexpected restrictions or endorsements when the time comes.

4. Paperwork – If you are looking to buy an American bully it is highly recommended to check that the paperwork is in hand before making full payment. Research into the registry and become familiar with what documents you should be provided when your puppy is ready for collection.

5. Join American Bully groups on social media and get to know people within the bully community, this is a great way to learn about the breed and seek advice from experienced American Bully owners.

6. Last but not least, try to view as many litters as possible before purchasing your new puppy. All puppies are extremely cute and you will want to take them all home so try to avoid buying the first puppy you
see, take all of your options into consideration before making your final decision.

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