THE 2nd ANNUAL PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS IS HERE!

Classes That Are Currently LIVE Below!


The 2nd Annual People's Choice Awards! Where the bully community picks their favorites in each category:


• Best Micro
• Best Pocket 
• Best Standard 
• Best Classic 
• Best XL 
----Introducing---- 
• Best Exotic 
• Best Headpiece 
• Best Shorty Bull 
• Best French Bulldog 
• Adding Each Class of Bulldog
• Best American Pit Bull Terrier 
• 3 on 3 Championship (Kennel with Top 3 Studs, Kennel w/Top 3 Females)

Over 6,000 Votes last year.. let's go for 10K this year. All dogs winning their class and even some dogs that don't win will be Featured in the magazine!

ALL dogs, ALL breeders, ALL kennels ALL PEOPLE welcome to enter.. what's your excuse? #BULLYKING

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Carolina Bully Farms took to YouTube yesterday to debate the # of Champions they have produced while making false claims against BULLY KING Magazine.

Yet, they still have failed to admit why they were REALLY banned from the ABKC and now the UKC, nor did they address the many customer complaints, and accusations of theft and fraud in the face of overwhelming evidence and proof backing their customer’s claims.

Carolina Bully Farms can attempt to save face on their beloved YouTube Channel, but eventually those who do a little research will see the bigger picture on what is truly happening with CBF.

Some of the new “stories”

“BULLY KING Magazine begged us to be a Mascot”


We never invited Mo Money to be a Mascot.

“BULLY KING Magazine wanted us on the Cover”


That’s a lie. Anyone who has Advertised with us will tell you.. our Covers are the first thing to go and they’re reserved throughout November 2018.

"Lucky Luciano's owner probably doesn't know his dog is even on a cover"

Again a lie. We have great relationships with all of our Mascots. We were honored to have a representatives like Lucky and Alex Ferraro and we're damn proud of both.










A list of things Carolina Bully Farms Should Have Addressed:

1. Why they were banned from the ABKC
2. Why they were banned from their beloved UKC
3. Why Customers deposits were kept
4. Why CBF bought & sold litters from OTHER BREEDERS as Moneyline dogs. (Customers of CBF have provided us with documentation as well as photos of the pups they received from the litters in question.)
5. Why they decided to sell Customers puppies from An Unrelated litter/ different Sire & Dam entirely than advertised/accepted deposit money on (The ole’ bait and switch)

Use Your Brain..

Either 2 Completely Different and Unrelated Registries Decided to ban Carolina Bully Farms (UKC & ABKC) for being too awesome in the show ring.. or they got caught with their pants down.. doing some shit they weren’t supposed to do.

There’s literally pages of evidence online of Carolina Bully Farms wrongdoing, several customers (who were at one time supporters of CBF) posting about their experience. It’s not hard to find. Do you own research. A simple Google search “Carolina Bully Farms scam” or something similar will give you more than enough information.

ABKC ban LIFE




UKC ban (2 years)



































Customer Experiences:

Bully Worldwide: Roger Speaks on his experience
Laron’s Experience

Jim even goes as far to claim:

“ BULLY KING Magazine has been in business for 3 Years and not a single customer has received a magazine.”



Now that’s just funny, we’ve managed to claim the number one bully breed printed magazine, #1 selling iPhone App, and #1 selling bully breed book.. all without ever delivering a copy to a single customer!

Seems legit..

We gave CBF an opportunity when we wrote an UNBIASED article while we looked into all of the Customer complaints that were sent in to us.

Your own customers trusted us to be a voice for them while you refused to own up to shit you were caught RED HANDED doing! On top of that, you take to the internet to bully and harass customers like Allan Bellin and his family after you RIPPED THEM OFF.



Complaint filed with the BBB



The difference between us and Carolina Bully Farms is that we ARE an advocate for the bully community as they once WERE.

Before we put anything in print, we have documented evidence and proof. If we make a mistake we own up to it, not dig deeper and deeper by telling lie after lie. We will be more than happy to add Grch King Tut and any other Champions produced by CBF to our previous article, because we always correct inaccurate information.

However, you still have failed to address the real reasons as to why you were BANNED from two different registries or attempt to make things right with the customers you ripped off.





















There’s a shit ton more but UFC 214 is about to start, and we think you get the idea..

This is your 1st and last warning not to slander the BULLY KING Magazine brand by making false claims. We actually have FACTS to back up anything we write or state online.

We gave customers who were frustrated for being taken advantage of.. a voice. And hopefully, we encouraged those new to the breed to do some research before buying a puppy. We had long since forgotten about Carolina Bully Farms. 

 Defame our brand by making false claims again and we'll let the levy break with every piece of evidence sent in to us, as well as the registries that have banned you.







GRAND CHAMPION DANGER | OWNED BY JOSH BEAVERS

Full Interview Inside Issue No.9 

WHAT WAS YOUR 1st INTRODUCTION TO THE BREED AND HOW DID YOU GET INVOLVED INITIALLY?

"I grew up with pit bulls, my dad raised them.  Mostly game dogs, pulling and sport (hog hunting) dogs.  I didn't see my first bully until around 2012.  I had a friend call me about a female that he had. I didn't know too much about pedigrees at the time, but I knew of my friend's reputation, and that the female was bred nice."  A little back story, the friend he is referring to is Shawn Mullins of Blue Force Kennels.  Shawn has been around the breed since it's inception and well before the American Bully became recognized as it's own breed.  If you're a breeder, or own a bully.. there's a very good chance the lineage in your dogs pedigree can be traced back to Shawn's yard.


"Danger was produced by Tim Edwards out of OK, Oklahoma.  I was working at a Power Plant at the time.  Same type deal, a friend had a dog that had become available. I didn't have the money at the time so I began a payment plan.  I never missed a payment, and this dog and I started to develop a deep bond.  I am greatly appreciative for the opportunity I had been given.  Danger developed into a better and better bully, and I kept watching him, amazed by his size.  Like I said, I had experience with dog pull competitions, but I had never been to a confirmation show before."

"The first show I attended was held by the UBKC- keep in mind, I had no idea how to show.. and we won Best In Show.  So we decided to travel and hit a few more.  We went to New Orleans, San Francisco and a few others, and Champed Danger out in 4 shows." Josh handled Danger himself, and Grand Champed him in less than a year.  For those new to confirmation shows, that's extremely difficult and quite an achievement.

"I have been blown away by the support we've received from the bully community, it is truly humbling. We like to go out and compete and have fun, if it get's to the point where it's not fun for us anymore, I'll stop."

WHAT QUALITIES DO YOU LOOK FOR IN AN AMERICAN BULLY?

"Definitely structure. I have to have a bully that's structurally sound. There's no perfect dog, every dog has weaknesses, or areas that could use some improvement. But, I like a well structured bully with a good top line, and straight, tight feet are a must."



DANGER IS ONE IMPRESSIVE BULLY, WHAT IS ONE THING THAT MAKES HIM STAND OUT WHEN COMPETING?

"A few Judges have said "that's how a big dog should move!"  His movement is uncanny, on top of that he loves to compete. He has a great show presence, he is ready to work the second he sees that show lead."

DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE BLOODLINE?

Razors Edge.  Dogs like King Kamali, Excalibur, EZ Rider

CONGRATULATIONS ON WINNING BBCR'S NATIONAL SPECIALTY EVENT! CAN YOU TELL US A LITTLE MORE ABOUT GRAND CHAMPION DANGER?

Danger is the best dog in the World to me, he's an indoor dog.  You don't get a better temperament on a dog, he's got a great personality.. he's my best bud.  I take him everywhere with me, he's a people person so he loves to meet new people.  He loves the attention.  I lucked out in the fact that he's show-worthy, because I'm no professional handler.  My Jr. Handler could be considered as one though!  I'd like to give a shout out to Destiny Myers, she's awesome.  I definitely look up to her and ask a lot of questions. She's great.

DANGER IS MASSIVE, WHAT ARE HIS STATS?

Danger usually weighs in at around 85-90lbs.  The most he has gotten up to was around 103lbs.  He didn't move as well though with extra weight.  He is 18" tall with a 27" head.  This is a big bully with a ton of drive.

DID YOU HAVE A MENTOR OR SOMEONE YOU GO TO FOR ADVICE?

Shawn Mullins, Tim Edwards and the camp over at Black Label- especially Kino Arroyos, I am definitely appreciative for what they have done for me.

WHAT IS THE BEST WAY FOR OUR READERS TO CONTACT YOU?

Email: Beaverspridekennels@yaho.com
FB: Josh Beavers
Phone: 918.869.6740




WHEN WAS YOUR 1st INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN BULLY BREED?

Around the time I had my 1st child, we went to the pound to get a rescue.  At the time I had the negative stigma that most people who haven't been involved with the breed have, but after watching how loyal and protective the dog was, I fell in love.  I entered him in fun shows and started to meet people, the shows were an experience.. the people, the dogs.. I was hooked.  I attended my 1st ABKC Show around 2007, and being competitive by nature I was drawn to showing. I wanted to improve. Around this time, I met Ron Ramos (Papa Pit) and he gave me some great advice.  He told me that you "have to walk in there like you own the ring. The dog will follow your lead."

YOU HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN NEARLY EVERY ASPECT OF THE BREED- SHOWING, BREEDING AND JUDGING, WHICH ARE YOU NATURALLY DRAWN TO, AND WHICH ARE YOUR FAVORITE(S)?

Training and handling. It's challenging and the most fun for me. Judging started to come naturally after experience training and handling.

WE'VE SEEN YOUR DOGS IN THE SHOW RING AND FREE STACKING, HOW DO YOU GET YOUR DOGS TO BEHAVE SO WELL IN THE RING?




Practice.  I started out initially getting them to stack for pictures.  I work with them from puppies all the way up.  Work with them 5 mins in the morning, 5 minutes at lunch, 5 minutes in the evening. Even if it's 15 minutes a day.. you're working.  Any more than that and the dog loses focus. "Keep the training fun, and make sure you don't turn train time into work." I reward the dog with bait (treat). A lot of the time I use hot dogs, as they get older I use salmon flavored treats.

One training exercise I utilize is walking 5 feet and stopping, walking another 5 feet and stopping. When they stop I hit them with bait.  It's simple, and a lot of people used to think I was crazy for it, but it helps your dog get on the same page as you, helps with control as the dog syncs his movement with yours and also builds the bond between you and your dog. Remember, keep it fun for your dog.

AS A JUDGE, WHAT ARE THE QUALITIES THAT YOU LOOK FOR IN A DOG? WHAT TRAITS (IF ANY) DO YOU PLACE THE MOST IMPORTANCE ON?

It's hard to pick one trait, but first of all you should be able to look at the dog and tell it's an American Bully.  The dog has to have a substance, structure and head.  The dog also has to have good temperament, and be healthy.  I can't stand aggression. Aggression takes away from the ring and competitors there.

WITH SO MUCH EMPHASIS ON A "BULLIER" DOG, DO YOU THINK THAT TAKES AWAY FROM SOME OF THE QUALITIES THAT MAKE A GREAT SHOW DOG?

Yes and no. The bulliest dog is not always the show dog.  There should be a balance.  It's the balance between the bully or exaggerated features and movement that makes breed type.  Balance is key.  We need to start breeding toward both.  What I mean by that is a complete dog.  So many breeders are breeding towards the exaggerated features- the bone, head, but they lack the movement. On the flipside, if a dog moves like a fox but lacks type- it's missing something as well. It all goes back to balance, balancing breed type, with structure and movement.



YOUR PRODUCTIONS HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE MOST CONSISTENT WE HAVE EVER SEEN, HOW DID YOU GO ABOUT PRODUCING SUCH QUALITY ON A CONSISTENT BASIS?

I breed from the back forward, I prefer a strong rear and to build from there. Making picks from your litters is also extremely important.  You want that american bully head, 90 degree stop, chiseled cheek bones, a strong neck, muscular shouders, wide hips and an angulated rear.  Making your picks (the pups that you keep for your breeding program) determines the future success of your program.  So many breeders make the mistake of picking the bulliest pup out of the litter. The bulliest pup is not always the best pick. I try to find balance when making my picks.

WHAT INDIVIDUAL DOGS HAVE PLAYED THE MOST IMPORTANT ROLE IN YOUR PROGRAM?

Grand Champion Garfield, Blockbuster, Frank Lucas, and more recently Bone Crusher. The aforementioned dogs have played a huge role in Black Label's success.  Bone Crusher will play an extremely important role in the future of our program.

IF YOU COMPARE YOUR DOGS TO MOST OTHER KENNELS, REAR ASSEMBLY IS ON A DIFFERENT LEVEL.  HOW DID YOU GO ABOUT PIECING TOGETHER YOUR PROGRAM TO PRODUCE THAT, GENERATION AFTER GENERATION?

The pedigrees match up like the dogs match up.  Breed the dogs in front of you first, pedigrees second.  What I mean by that is, just because a dog has a great pedigree, if the individual dogs don't not carry the traits you're looking to pass on, then what good is the pedigree. Both need to match up like a puzzle piece. Bring in the qualities you lack without bringing in bad traits. My goal with each breeding is to improve, always improving and never getting comfortable.

Secondly, with the rise of social media, so many people are breeding off of photos. If you're looking to add bone to your program and you're selecting a dog that you've never seen in person and just off of a photo, how do you know the dog has the qualities you're looking to bring in? Ask for video. Another problem is photoshop.  If you select a Stud that was photoshopped in the photo you selected him off of, he may not even carry the traits you're after.

BLACK LABEL IS A FORCE AT NEARLY EVERY SHOW, HOW DID IT START AND HOW DID IT GROW INTO WHAT IT IS TODAY?

After the first fun show I went to I was sitting at home drinking Johnnie Walker and relaxing and doing a little bit of thinking.  The first name I had for my kennel was JJJ (named after my kids) but I kept getting asked if the name was gang related, so I decided to change the name to Black Label Cartel.  I come from a big family, and I noticed at shows most people were by themselves.  Like I said, coming from a large family, I loved big dysfunctional families.  Black Label Cartel was created to be family- a group of kennels that love the breed, go to shows and have fun together.

WE'VE HEARD THAT YOU NOW HAVE A BULLDOG? CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THAT?


I have some good friends who bought an English Bulldog, and this thing was ugly.. I get a call from them and they both train Crossfit, and they were saying that the Bulldog couldn't keep up with them on runs. I told them of course he can't "he's an English Bulldog!" Long story short, they ask me if I would be able to take care of him.  So I took in this ugly dog.  I began to train him like I train my bullies.

To watch this dog move will put a smile on your face, honestly I don't know how this blessing fell into my lap. A dog that someone didn't want is killing it in the show ring.  He is currently the #2 ranked English Bulldog in the world. He takes so much pride in showing, it's fun to watch.  It just goes to show that anything is possible if you put in the work you can succeed.

Take a look at the Top 3 ranked dogs in the world; Grand Champion El Toro, Grand Champion Bear and Grand Champion Bowser. It's evident their owners work with them. Watch these dogs when they stack, they don't move.  This doesn't happen in the few weeks leading up to the show, when so many try to prepare.  The work should be done before the weeks leading up to the show, in the weeks before the show all you should be doing is finessing what your dog already has learned.

LET US SAY THAT IT HAS BEEN AN HONOR SPEAKING WITH YOU. IS THERE ANYTHING THAT YOU'D LIKE TO LEAVE OUR READERS WITH?

One thing that I feel needs to be addressed is Sportsmanship. I challenge everyone- in and out of the ring, to practice good sportsmanship.  Whether you win or lose, and whether or not you agree with the result doesn't matter.  Shake your opponent's hand and thank them.  There are lessons to be learned in each win, and even more to be learned in a loss.  Without good sportsmanship, we take the fun out of the sport, and we lose what knowledge we could have gained in that instance.

IS THERE ANYONE THAT YOU'D LIKE TO SHOUT OUT?

Yes! The awesome countries I have judged in: Mexico, Spain, Nicaragua, Columbia, Indonesia, Peru, Holland and the United Kingdom.  It has been an honor. Thank you.

Full Interview Inside Issue No. 9 
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Release date: 7/21

Inside Issue No. 9:
• FW Spielberg of TSE Live
• Black Label's Kino Arroyos- ABKC Judge, Top Breeder & Handler Interview
Plus: The Origin of Black Label Cartel, Training & Handling Tips
• EL Moreno Owned by Gabriel Reyes
• ABR'S Come Together Day 2017 Presented by East Coast Bully League
• BBCR National Specialty Winner Grand Champion Danger
• Bruce Wayne Top English Staffy
• Pyometra- What to watch out for
• Proper Care For Your Breeding Bitch
• The 2nd Annual People's Choice Awards & How to Enter
• Plus Much More Inside Issue No.9!


BBCR Nat'l Specialty Winner Grand Champion Danger





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Full Interview in Issue №9 


WHAT WAS YOUR 1st INTRODUCTION TO THE BULLY WORLD? HOW DID YOU GET INVOLVED WITH THE BREED?


Cellblock
Around 2010, a friend Travis had brought over a dog named Cellblock. Cellblock was a Lowjack Remy-Martin son, a beautiful black tri colored bully with a large blocky head head, complete with the structure and build to match. 

“This was the 1st American Bully I had laid eyes on. I was blown away by the size, bone and massive head on this beautiful dog. Of course I asked all the typical questions those new to the breed tend to ask “what do you feed him?”

“He’s not on muscle Milk or something?”


Cellblock at 7 years young! 

Travis explained that this was not a pit bull, but an American Bully. That it’s size didn’t come from his diet, but from genetics. Spielberg, like so many of us fell in love with the breed, right then and there. The look, the size, the temperament, the personalities on this breed of dog.. are so unique. Many of us have similar stories about the 1st time we laid eyes on an American Bully. Spielberg had to have his own, and later that same year he would own his first bully, Layla. Followed his second a male named Ali.


"One of the really cool parts about this job is getting to interview people that you have followed and learning there is so much more to them than their kennel, their dog or their brand."
       - BULLY KING Magazine


In addition to finding early success as a rapper, traveling as a comedian, and working in radio.. he has traveled the world drumming, attending ceremonies and dancing, and as most of you know, has been very active in the bully community. Spielberg credits his mom for raising him to remain humble, to be grateful for what we have been given and the importance of forgiveness.


“YO SPEILBERG, YOU SHOOTING A MOVIE?”


Photo Credit: Bryan Downey
Later that same year FW Spielberg packed up and set out to travel to his 1st show. Hitting the road, and driving 12 hours with the dogs.. his first time doing “some real dogman shit.” Spielberg drove from Long Island to South Carolina for his first show, which was hosted by the Remy Kennel Club.

Spielberg was blown away by the dogs. He couldn’t get enough shots and video of all the different bully’s in attendance. Fabian Chichester, the owner of Remy Martin and the RKC noticed FW Spielberg ducking, crouching, laying on the ground getting video of the dogs and thought it was funny. Fabian shouted out “yo Spielberg, what are you doing, shooting a movie?” The nickname stuck. For those of you that don’t know Fabian or the Legendary Remy Martin, Remyline was, around this time, a movement.



See The History of Remyline

So FW Spielberg is surrounded by the Remyline OG’s; Fabian Chichester, Ervin Moore, Chris Hodges and more. And they tell FW that they really like his female. They asked what his plans were for Layla, and Spielberg said the absolute worst thing you could possibly say in a Remyline circle “I’m thinking of using Dax.”

Needless to say that response didn’t go over too well. But, when the smoke cleared, Fabian pulled Spielberg aside and said the exact opposite of what he was expecting to hear. “Give me a call when that happens.”

One thing that I respect about Fabian, he has always kept it real with me.



About a week later Fabian called with Travis on three way. Fabian had mentioned doing a radio show.


He thought that Spielberg would be great for it, not knowing at the time that Speilberg had experience in radio. FW Spielberg started in music, he actually had the 1st Independent label to have an All-Access Pass to the Billboard Awards. He toured with Roc-A-Fella artists Cam’ron, Dipset and even had Jay-Z headline a couple of his shows. Spielberg toured toured Europe and performed with the Beastie Boys, Rage against the Machine and Craig David.


In 1998, while promoting his album Spielberg began to tour different radio stations. One of the stops was Power 99 in Philadelphia. As always, Spielberg’s larger than life personality and on air presence left a lasting impression. Spielberg coined the phrase “Oh oh ohhhh” which is still used by the Hot Boyz to this day. If you’ve listened to Power 99 and heard audio of the catchphrase.. yep that’s your boy Spielberg!

Spielberg then went from music to comedy working at the Comix Comedy Club along side Drew Frasier, TK Kirkland, Smokey from Friday, RIP Michael's, Nikki Carr and Michael Blackson and was even was even scheduled to do a tour with Charlie Murphy and EarthQuake!
WHAT ACCOMPLISHMENT WITH THE BREED ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

“The day I brought my daughters to New Jersey with me and Champed out my boy Daxwell. To Produce a dog, and earn his Champion title with my two daughters watching was the best day ever. With comedy, rap.. I never finished. My daughters were able to see that their dad finished something. That I saw my goal to completion. My kids have watched me struggle.”


Photo Credit: Bryan Downey
They had seen their dad rapping, living in luxury, and not long after they had seen their dad living in a 12 X 24 with no running water. Scrubbing toilets for work. So for them to see Daxwell as a pup, the training we did in the living room, the work that was put in.. For them to see that their dad put his mind to something and reach his goal, and to have them there supporting me.. was my best day ever.

YOU’VE DEVELOPED A LOYAL FOLLOWING, (OURSELVES INCLUDED) ON YOUR “LIVE” VIDEOS.. THEY’RE GREAT TO WATCH AND WE TUNE IN EVERY CHANCE WE GET.. WHAT MADE YOU DECIDE TO START GOING LIVE?

“The moment I went live for the 1st time and people accepted me for just being me.. was amazing. It was what I had been searching for. It was wholesome. For the first time, I was being myself. It wasn’t an act.

With rap or comedy you write lyrics or skits, and you put on a persona. It’s not genuine, or authentic. I had found what I was searching for. I mess up all the time, that’s what makes me, me. I bomb every day, we all do. I bomb with life, my wife, kids. Nobody wins everyday, but I come back.. I don’t stay down”

WHAT ISSUES DO WE FACE AS A COMMUNITY?

“Too many people living for the book (Facebook) How many times do you meet someone, and all you know is their photo, their kennel name, or their dog? We have so many great people in the bully community, if we would allow people to get to know us, the real us (behind the photo, kennel name, or dogs) we would be much better off.

We are missing the real connection, because we are living in a fantasy world. Facebook is like the news, some people mention the highs, others their lows, and we all sit back and judge, because we are not living life. Get out and meet people, and enjoy time with them, your family, and your dogs.

Pick Up Issue №9 for the Full Interview on FW Speilberg & More!


Unapologetic owner gloats after post of absolute train wreck after video garners views.

                       

The owner actually is dumb enough to believe this type of promotion is good..  A little bit of controversy in an article is a good thing, take 1 million for Mr. Beans  as an example, it gets people talking.  The videos posted by Gilbert have been so bad they have prompted outrage from both bully AND exotic bully enthusiasts, many calling for animal abuse charges.



We’re going to give it to our readers straight and uncut. This is absolutely terrible, one of the worst dogs we have ever seen.

I almost feel bad saying that.. We do not ever like to bash a dog, when it’s the owners fault. 

But no self respecting dogman or woman would ever, in ANY TYPE of bully breed, class or registry think this is OK. This dog is destined to a short life filled with joint pain and several other issues.

This dog will have no quality of life.. for what? So the owner could make a few bucks? There are breeders making much more money with better stock and have healthy, happy dogs.

This post is a great example of what is wrong in the bully community. The first few commenters ACTUALLY THOUGHT this was a badass dog! That’s how fucking clueless a lot of these “breeders” and newer bully fans are.
They think a high rear, roach back, underbite, missing tail, standing on some goddamn scuba flippers is “fire” if the dog has BONE. Most bulldogs have bone, it’s not that difficult!
But this is an absolute disaster. Anyone thinking this dog is “fire” should quit now. I can guarantee you add this bullshit into your program you’ll be gone in 2 years with some extremely pissed off customers.

  

The owner of the original dog posted has now started a "toilet paper challenge" where deformed poor excuses for exotic bullys show off their plethora of issues next to a roll of toilet paper.  A toilet paper challenge.. displaying pure shit. You can't make this stuff up.


Stop adding this shit into the gene pool. It pisses good breeders off knowing that you’re adding these defects into a breed they love and care about. The bully community is getting wiser, the more they learn about what makes real American Bullies & exotics

For fucks sake, if you want an exotic bully awesome- but do some fucking homework and learn the difference between breeding stock, a dog that needs to be pet homed (not bred) and then whatever the hell category this thing falls into.

We are all for “extremely bully” dogs, we cover all registries and events from EVERY American Bully & exotic bully registry, so this isn’t a response from from someone against exotics! We just featured 4 in the last Issue in the “Top 15 Most Sought After Studs of 2017” and they are badass dogs. We like well bred exotics, we like show dogs in every class, we love all bully breeds in all shapes and sizes!

But this is terrible.. and the fact that some idiots think this is “fire,” shows that we still have a lot of work to do in educating the public. As more and more overseas buyers learn the difference between an exotic bully worth several thousand and these types of money grab opportunities from unscrupulous breeders who obviously do not care about their dogs, we are seeing much fewer overseas buyers being taken advantage of.
Overseas buyers in China, Japan, Korea, Brazil and the other countries that are investing good money to import the best American Bullies & exotic bullies are not dumb. They didn’t acquire their wealth being foolish.
They may be fooled once in an attempt to trust a new relationship in the states, being excited to get into the bully game.. but you can bet your bottom dollar they won’t be fooled twice. So while dogs like the trainwreck above may still have a market overseas, the “American dream” for so many of these breeders praying on uneducated buyers is coming to an end.

Overseas buyers are beginning to educate themselves, learning how to spot photoshop & all of the false advertisement rampant in the exotic bully world. The smarter overseas kennels are beginning to forge new relationships with contacts in the U.S. that are upfront, operate with integrity, have better stock (dogs), understand the importance of a lasting business relationship- that benefits both sides.