5 Bully Breed Myths Debunked

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According to the PBRC, there's no actual evidence to suggest that bully breeds are a riskier adoption choice than any other types of breeds. While you may not be able to learn as much about a rescue dog's genetic history as you would with a dog from a breeder, the staff at animal rescues and shelters often have a pretty good idea of dogs' recent histories and current temperaments. At the very least, they can speak to how a dog has behaved since it's been at their facility.

Of the many dogs available in shelters, bullies are among those most in need of adoption. PBRC reports that 40 percent of all the dogs across 12 Los Angeles shelters fall into the bully breed category. In general, bullies are loveable, loyal and energetic, especially when given the proper socialization and training. Don't let a handful of unfounded myths keep you from opening your home to one of the hundreds of thousands of bullies in need.

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