If you’re considering adopting a dog, and you’re a sucker for the misunderstood, a bully breed may be right for you. Recent press releases and television shows such as “Pit Boss” and “Pitbulls and Parolees” have given way to understanding the pit bull breed, also known as the American Staffordshire Terrier, but folks still get a little stiff at the site of this dog breed or other bully breeds. While there are about fourteen different species of bully breeds, here’s a rundown of the most popular types adopted and how they are characterized.
Did you know Boxers were bullies? Inevitably, their faces show it. These are among America’s most favorite dog. Some of their characteristic behaviors include swatting their forelegs while on their hind legs when engaging in play, being highly intelligent, alert, friendly, and protective. The boxer makes a perfect family pet. Boxers makes some of the best apartment dogs.
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