Miniature Exotic Bully


General Appearance: A designer breed between the Patterdale Terrier and the American Pitbull Terrier, the Miniature Bully, AKA Micro or Pocket Bully, is a fantastic companion. Miniature Bullies are playful and friendly dogs that love to play with their owner.

Substance: Miniature Bullies are medium sized dogs, and can range from 14 to 17 inches in males, and 13 to 16 in females. Males weight around 11 to 22 pounds, while females weigh around 10 to 20 pounds. Weights and heights above these disqualify the breed from the "Miniature" status. The average lifespan of this breed is 10 to 13 years.

Head: The head of the Exotic Bully is very unique and powerful in its physical appearance. Its size is medium in size compared to its Extreme Exotic counterpart and that of the Miniature Exotic. Jaw - Well defined and chiseled and complimentary to the overall head structure. Muzzle - Length and structure are based on the dogs overall head size but should not be confused with that of the standard American Bully. Overall length should not exceed ¼ of the dogs total head length (muzzle-occiput). The point at where the muzzle and stop meet should not exceed a 90 ̊ - 100 ̊ angle, giving the side view of the stop almost a vertical up and down appearance. The point at which the top skull and stop meet should be an abrupt drop and not taper or fade into the muzzle. Ears- Cropped or natural is accepted, but cropped is preferred.

Body: Muscled and very distinct but separable from the American Bully. General appearance should be compact and bulky in its look. Movement should be effortless and smooth in its natural stance or gate.

Forequarters: Strong and muscular with wide shoulders. Being that the Exotic naturally carry’s more mass, the feet should be straight. Feet that are turned in or out, is accepted but not recommended breeding towards. Bowed fronts are accepted but not recommended.

Coat: It has a glossy coat, which is easy to maintain. Its coat is short, smooth, and thick

Color: They can be of a solid color or have markings of a second color. They can have blue ticking as well. The most commonly available colors are Red, Blue, Fawn, Black, Black & Tan, Blue & Tan, Brown, Buckskin, White & Seal, and many more.

Temperament: Despite their aggressive and sometimes intimidating appearance, Miniature Bullies are friendly dogs, and are known for their playfulness and loyalty to their owners.