Why women Love Bully Breeds!

1. They Can’t Talk.

New research suggests silence is the ultimate sign of masculinity. On average women speak 3–5x more words per day then men. Your bully will let you get it all out.. plus he’s always interested. And he can’t talk back.

2. They’re Masculine

Unlike your nancy hipster boyfriend, at least these guys LOOK tough.

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3. Chicks love “Bad Boys”

The American Bully & Pit Bull Terrier are the bad boys of the dog breeds. They have been judged, mistreated, banned and mislabeled as inherently dangerous.. but behind the tough looking exterior.. they’re big babies.

“GrCh Beastro”

 

4. They’re Protectors

You can feel safe knowing your bully has got your back.

5. They’re Great With Children

Despite what the media would have you believe, the American Bully-an offshoot of the American Pit Bull Terrier were originally coined “nanny dogs” because of their gentle nature with kids.

6. They Don’t Judge You

Polishing off your 2nd pint of Ben & Jerry’s and binge watching your favorite TV series? No judgement here.. Your bully thinks this is a great decision, and only wants a lick or two when you’re finished. He also thinks you look slimmer than usual. Have you been dieting?

7. They’re the Best Snugglers on the Planet

These hams take nap time seriously. And they expect cuddles.

8. They’re Emotionally Supportive

Unlike your man, who has no clue if, why or when you’re upset.. your bully can sense it. They recommend a nap, snuggle and ice cream. 3 of their favorite things. You definitely deserve ice cream. Just give them a taste.

9. Easily trained.

Some large dogs tend to have silly temperaments or aren’t as intelligent as other breeds, but American bullies are relatively intelligent and willing to be trained by an owner they respect. They tend to be stable and confident, which means you don’t need to tone down the training, and they are very outgoing, so they are eager to please and can be trained to defend you and your family if necessary. You do need to be consistent when training and get buy-in from all family members – nobody can sneakily let the dog jump up on counters when they’re home alone or let it jump up or bark against the training, or the dog will be confused and behave in a more aggressive manner until it figures out the pack structure.

And No. 10…..

Contact us to find out, we’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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