Breeds You Should Know: Bully Breeds

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With its playful nature and fun disposition, some might call this dog the class clown of the bully breed group. But the bull terrier also knows how to mind its manners and exhibits great loyalty toward its owner. If you want to keep this breed around kids, though, it's important to engage them in obedience training beforehand; bull terriers like children and can match their energy, but there's a chance they might get too rowdy and accidentally knock tykes down. With its distinctive egg-shaped head and confident gait, this breed is also a popular choice for show rings and agility competitions. Hollywood has fallen in love with the bull terrier as well: The breed has starred in many films, including "Toy Story" and "Babe: Pig in the City."

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