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Types of Bully Dogs

American ​Bulldog​
American ​Bulldog​

Today the American Bully can also be seen in Europe and Asia. The American Bully, also called the Bully Pit, Bullypit and the Bully Pitbull, is often confused with the American Pitbull Terrier but is clearly a different breed.

American ​Staffordshire Terrier​
American ​Staffordshire Terrier​

The American Staffordshire Terrier, known to their fans as AmStaffs, are smart, confident, good-natured companions. Their courage is proverbial. A responsibly bred, well-socialized AmStaff is a loyal, trustworthy friend to the end.

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Boston Terrier​
Boston Terrier​

Most Common Bully Breeds[b]American pit bull terrier[/b], [b]American Staffordshire terrier[/b], [b]Boxer [/b], [b]Boston terrier[/b], [b]Bulldog[/b] You might be surprised to learn that some of America's most beloved dogs are considered bullies.

Bulldog​
Bulldog​

Bully breeds all come from the same root stock called Molosser, which is a breed that originated in ancient Greece. Molossers were big dogs with large bones and muscles, pendant ears and short muzzles. The bullies that we know today were created as a result of Molossers combining with other breeds, like the Old English bulldog or mastiff breeds.

Ca de Bou​
Ca de Bou​

However, since the bully type is the preferred one, not a lot of modern Ca de Bou examples reflect the Ca de Bestiar heritage. Today, the Ca de Bou is becoming an increasingly popular breed, due to its friendly and playful personality.

Cane Corso​
Cane Corso​

The Cane Corso Italiano Bully breed is one of those dogs. Italy is the place of origin of this Bully dog breed whose ancestor was known as “Canis Pugnax” or the old Roman Molossian dog, and the breed was more common over Italy in the past.

Caucasian ​Shepherd Dog​
Caucasian ​Shepherd Dog​

The Caucasian Shepherd is a flock guardian developed from pre-historic molosser breeds in Caucasus by local herders. Caucasians are used to protect sheep from predators and thieves. These dogs always attract everybody’s attention due to outstanding working qualities and a striking appearance.

Dogo ​Argentino​
Dogo ​Argentino​

Although the Dogo Argentino has a similar face structure to those of a Pit Bull’s, they are not a Pit Bull mixed breed at all. The Dogo is a Mastiff breed otherwise called the Argentine Mastiff. It is a breed developed by Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez in the year 1928.

English ​Mastiff​
English ​Mastiff​

Bully breeds all come from the same root stock called Molosser, which is a breed that originated in ancient Greece. Molossers were big dogs with large bones and muscles, pendant ears and short muzzles. The bullies that we know today were created as a result of Molossers combining with other breeds, like the Old English bulldog or mastiff breeds.

French ​Bulldog​
French ​Bulldog​

11. French Bulldog. The French Bulldog or “Frenchie” is bred as an indoor companion pet who is good-natured, affectionate and playful. The dog is easy to train due to their intelligence and feels happy when close to their human family.

Great Dane​
Great Dane​

The Great Danebull is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Great Dane and the American Pit Bull Terrier. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed.

Neapolitan ​Mastiff​
Neapolitan ​Mastiff​

The Neapolitan Mastiff or Mastino (Italian: Mastino Napoletano) is a large, ancient dog breed. This massive breed is often used as a guard and defender of family and property due to their protective instincts and their fearsome appearance.

Olde English ​Bulldogge​
Olde English ​Bulldogge​

The Olde English Bulldogge is not recognized as a breed by the AKC. However, it is recognized as a breed by the IOEBA (the International Olde English Bulldogge Association). Many, including the AKC, don't consider this dog to be a breed, but rather a mix.

Pug​
Pug​

Bully dog breeds are a must-have for any dog lovers who want a lovable dog as a pet. Choosing which Bully breed dogs can be difficult if you don’t know the various traits and characteristics of a Bully dog. When choosing which Bully dog breeds to take a pet think about Bully breeds you consider ideal as a pet based on your personal preference.

Rottweiler​
Rottweiler​

Bully breeds all come from the same root stock called Molosser, which is a breed that originated in ancient Greece. Molossers were big dogs with large bones and muscles, pendant ears and short muzzles.

Staffordshire ​Bull Terrier​
Staffordshire ​Bull Terrier​

Most Common Bully Breeds[b]American pit bull terrier[/b], [b]American Staffordshire terrier[/b], [b]Boxer [/b], [b]Boston terrier[/b], [b]Bulldog[/b] You might be surprised to learn that some of America's most beloved dogs are considered bullies.

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