Blue Muscle Bullies 

American Bullies  

Care & Grooming Tips For The American Bully


Depending on the size of your dog as an adult you are going to want to feed them a formula that will cater to their unique digestive needs through the various phases of their life. Many dog food companies have breed-specific formulas for small, medium, large and giant breeds. The American Bully is a medium breed and has a lifespan of 12 to 15 years.

What you feed your dog is an individual choice, but working with your veterinarian and/or breeder will be the best way to determine frequency of meals as a puppy and the best adult diet to increase his longevity. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.


Describe their dogs as keenly aware of their surroundings, up for anything, and lovable “personality dogs” around the house. Highly trainable, as their many forays into showbiz suggest.  When acquiring a Bully, there’s only one way to go: Do your homework and find an experienced breeder. A responsibly bred , socialized from puppy hood and trained with a firm but loving touch, is a loyal, trustworthy friend to the end.


Using a short soft-bristle brush will bring the best sheen out in their coats. Bathing them on a regular basis will also keep them in good health. They are wonderful house dogs with the added bonus of being very clean with very little shedding. Trimming their nails should be done regularly to prevent nails from growing too long and making it difficult to walk. Ears should be checked regularly for any debris that may cause an infection. Teeth should be brushed regularly.