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You might be surprised to learn that some of America’s most beloved dogs are considered bullies. From large-and-in-charge boxers to small and stout Boston terriers, there are a variety of dogs that fall under the category of “bully breeds.” Many of these dogs have unfair reputations for being dangerously aggressive — especially pit bull breeds like the Staffordshire bull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier and American pit bull terrier — but they actually make for very loyal and loving pets. So how did these canines get the title “bully breed” in the first place.  When someone says “pit bull,” you may picture a particular pooch — one with a stocky build, short coat and strong head, for example. But the breed is one of several dogs that fall under the umbrella of bully breeds. Unfortunately, dogs in this group have fallen victim to inaccurate stereotypes, and many people believe they’re naturally aggressive. In reality, though, the bully breed category offers a number of wonderful choices for potential owners — including those who are in search of a loyal, obedient, playful companion for their kids.

Alapaha blue blood bulldog

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American Bulldog

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American Bully

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American Pit Bull Terrier

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American Staffordshire Terrier

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Banter bulldogge

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Boerboel

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Boston Terrier

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Boxer

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Bull Terrier

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Bullmastiff

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Ca de Bou

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Cane Corso

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Dog De Bordeaux

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Dogo Argentine

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English Bulldog

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French Bulldog

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Mastiff

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Renascence Bulldogge

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Rottweiler

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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Victorian Bulldog

 

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