Al Brown Tacoma Pit Bulls

Al Brown may have fought Pit Bulls, but he had the right idea of what a Pit Bull was. According to a letter that he wrote to Pete Sparks in response to gameness. Brown said that the notion of gameness will be the never-ending question surrounding Pit Bulls and similar dogs. But, even a deep [...]
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Clyde Mason and Hog Pit Bulls

Clyde Mason was your everyday father and grandfather. But, he was also a dog-man through and through. He was a pit bull breeder and dog fighter. But, as you’ll see in the photos below, Mason’s dogs were well socialized with people. Clyde Mason is most famous for the Hog bloodline. Mason’s Ch Hog was a [...]
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What is a Pocket Bully

A Pocket Bully is a smaller version of an American Bully. They are more compact and shorter. The ABKC’s standards of the Pocket Bully: Males are 17″ or less at the shoulders Females are 16″ or less at the shoulders Otherwise, the standards for the Pocket Bully remains the same as the Standard American Bully.
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American Bully Standards

Years of selective breeding, has created the American Bully. The American Bully is a medium-sized dog with a muscular body. He is stocky, but elegant and alert. Head: medium in length with a deep/broad skull and very broad cheek muscles Ears: far apart and high set Eyes: all colors; round to oval in shape; they [...]
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Ralph Greenwood

At 15 years old, Ralph Greenwood started his lifelong career with American Pit Bull Terriors. Greenwood was truly a visionary, drafting the American Dog Breeder Association Conformation Standard. The ADBA dog standard reflected an athletic dog. Many dog experts have expressed that the ADBA breed standards is one of the best conformation standards for any [...]
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