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What Is A Pocket Bully ?

Pocket Bully, aka Miniature Pit Bull, is a small Muscular dog known to be the American Pit Bull Terrier’s miniature version. They are becoming much more popular due to Their build, which is similar to that of a Pit Bull with Less height, They are friendly and loyal, which makes them an excellent option for keeping as a pet. If you want to keep a Pit Bull but you are bothered by its big size, then A Pocket Bully is the dog for you. on this page you will be learning everything about a Pocket Bully, which will help you if you plan on getting one as a pet.

Recognised Sizes.....

Despite being a modern breed, American Bullies have variations when it comes to the size of a particular canine. Perhaps you have a preference on how big you want your companion dog pet. If so, then this list can be your guide.

  1. Standard The dog’s compact body is medium or large that gives you the impression that the animal is strong. Along with the canine’s gentle behavior, it gives the idea of bearing a rough and thought, yet friendly pet. Males are 17 to 20 inches, and females are 16 to 19 inches.

  2. XL – One of the most popular and largest American Bully in its category. Regarding the appearance and personality, the Bully XL dog is similar to other American Bullies expect that it is taller. Males are 20 to 23 inches, and females are 19 to 22 inches.

  3. Classic – This canine possesses all of the Bully breed’s characteristics, but it has a lighter body and less body mass. In comparison to an American Staffordshire Terrier and American Pitbull Terrier, the dog has more substances as well as bones. Simply put, the Bully Classic canines have lighter body frames. The Bully Classic’s size is the same as the Bully Standard.

  4. Pocket – Also called Pocket Bully, this canine is a shorter version of the Bully Standard dog. Except for the breed’s small size, it’s Bully traits are similar to the Bully Standard. And despite the word “pocket” in the canine’s name, it won’t fit in your pocket. Males are 14 to 17 inches, and females are 13 to 16 inches.

Pocket Bully's As Pets

Dogs generally are loving animals. Many breeds might look scary but are loving and loyal. The Pocket Bully is one of the dog breeds which Look Awsome and are warm, loyal, and friendly. They have gained popularity in the past few Years because of Their physical traits. A dog is a man’s best friend, and a Pocket Bully rightly proves it to be.

LifeSpan Of A Pocket Bully

A male Pocket Bully will become fertile by the age of 6 months. They tend to reach sexual maturity by 12 to 15 months. Healthy male Pocket Bulls can mate at any time once they have reached sexual maturity. They can impregnate female dogs no matter what age they are. A healthy male pocket bull can remain sexually active and fertile even in old age.  

Temperament Of Pocket Bully's

There is a misconception about Pocket Bullies that they are aggressive like Pit Bulls. This does not stand true. The truth is that this breed, in particular, is a loving and friendly breed. Their temperament can vary as they are a hybrid of two breeds. They would take traits from either of the parents; or in some cases, from both parents.

A Pocket Bully is an extremely loyal breed. They are playful, energetic, and brilliant. They make excellent family pets as they are highly trainable. This is one of the reasons why this breed is highly in demand. They are particularly protective of their owners and are incredibly courageous when they feel their owner is in danger. They are intelligent enough to differentiate between an intimidating situation and a non-intimidating one. 

The Pocket Bully has a charming and gentle nature. Children get attracted to his breed because of its miniature size. The Pocket Bull tends to get along with children well. It is also known as “nanny dog” because of their protective nature and loyalty They Are A very social breed,

How To Groom A Pocket Bully

Pocket Bullies don’t require professional grooming. They have a short coat which is easily manageable. Only regular brushing is sufficient enough to maintain their coat. It takes only a few minutes to brush them thoroughly. This breed does shed, but it varies from dog to dog. Some shed heavily regularly, and some shed lightly but occasionally.

They require regular maintenance like other dogs. This includes nail clipping and cleaning of the ears and teeth. The owners should ensure there are no injuries as this breed is highly pain tolerant. They will not let anyone know if they are injured or they are in pain.

Food And Dietary Requirements

Some people think that they can be fed anything, but that’s not true. Their diet should be well-thought and well-planned. Their needs grow as they grow up. Their diet should be full of nutrients as it is essential for their normal and healthy growth. An unhealthy diet can lead to a malnourished dog, which will not survive for long.

What is the right food for Pocket Bullies?

1. Raw dog food

Raw dog food has some bacteria which can cause a few diseases. It’s better to consult Your breeder or a veterinarian before introducing raw dog food to your pet.