We’re a breeder of XL American bullies, derived from the American Pitbull Terrier. We’re based out of the greater Seattle area servicing local and able to ship anywhere within the US.
All of our dogs are UKC and ABKC registered with the goal of creating the perfect companion dog to protect your loved ones and give them love as well. Our dogs are genetically tested to ensure no diseases are passed down and ensure the ideal temperament is achieved along with early socialization.
The American Bully breed developed as a natural extension of the American Pit Bull Terrier. The APBT has maintained a characteristic appearance and temperament for over 100 years. As with any long-standing breed, several types evolved from the parent breed, with one in particular taking on a specific build and structure that is so unique it was wise to recognize it as a different breed altogether. That being the American Bully breed.
The American Bully breed was subtly influenced by the infusion of several other breeds, which include the American Bulldog, English Bulldog, and Olde English Bulldogge.
The American Bully breed was recognized by the United Kennel Club on July 15, 2013.
The American Bully breed is recognizable by its characteristic compact, strong, thick-set structure and build. Their appearance reflects a strong American Pit Bull Terrier foundation, blended with stock from other bull breeds.
The overall balance and correct proportions of an athlete are essential, and absolute soundness and proper muscle tone is a must.
Head properties are in proportion to the body, reasonable, and free of exaggeration so as to not compromise breathing and/or obstruct normal vision.
It is a smooth coated dog that possesses great strength for its size. Although quite muscular, it is active and agile. Its presence is a picture of tremendous power and stamina that belies its kind and loyal temperament.
During the American revolution, the American Pit Bull Terrier was selected for our nations dog, a dog that best represents America for its perseverance and strength. Like the United States of America, the Pit Bull breed has since changed having gone from a dog that was bred to fight, to a loving, loyal companion and fierce protector.
The American Pit Bull Terrier is the descendant of the Staffordshire Terrier in Staffordshire England, Nicknamed the Nanny dog for its devotion to children, while watching over them, a quality I personally experienced with our dogs, who guarded over my children like a shepherd, as they played in our yard. For hundreds of years, the breed has progressed into the American Staffordshire Terrier/American Pit Bull Terrier. I see the American Bully as the future of A.P.B.T.’s as an exclusive breed made in America