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Bout Dat Life Bullies – Kennel Interview

State your name, and where your kennel is located.

They call me young ROC, and my kennel is Bout Dat Life Bullies, located in the Cambria Heights section of Queens, New York.

What type of dogs do you breed, and what inspired you to get involved with that particular breed?

I breed American Bully’s. Through selective breeding, we’ve come up with the American Bully. I love their temperament, conformation, and I just believe that they are truly a great breed.

What type of diet do you keep your dogs on throughout the year?

These days i’m using Diamond, that orange bag, it’s a maintenance formula that I believe works great for my dogs.

What is your favorite bloodline?

I like Gottiline, and Razors Edge.

Do you currently show, any of your dogs?

Absolutely. I got involved with the shows a couple years ago. We upset a few of the big shots in the game our first time out. We’ve won a couple of majors. I’m on a good path to champing out my main stud, if I choose to continue showing him.

Looking back at 2014, tell us about one of your most memorable moments in the bully game.

That would be the Halloween Trick or Treat Meet & Greet, that I hosted in my neighborhood last year. We will be promoting this years meet & greet real soon.  We had a great turnout last year. The parent come out with the kids and their costumes. We have a bounce house. We take walks thru the neighborhood with the dogs. It’s a great time!

Describe how you would want things, in the bully Commuity, to be 10 years from now.

I would like to see what I grew up seeing. That is more of a open door policy amongst dog men. People were more comfortable sharing knowlege, and more inviting when it came to showing people their kennel, and the proper way of doing things. I feel like that is something that really doesn’t exist as much as it used to.

What other hobbies or interests do you take part in?

Besides my dogs, I like to spend time with my kids. I also enjoy traveling, when I’m not consumed with the day to day dog activities.

What motto do you live by?

The motto I live by is, “If it don’t flow, I don’t go”.

What do you think of Bully Girl magazine?

Bully Girl Magazine seems like the only magazine that is accessible, when it comes to getting the latest information on the bully breed. They are always at the shows helping out and promoting our breed in a positive light. Shout out to them for providing this platform for us to showcase our beautiful dogs.

Tell us about your main stud Huey P. Da Black Panther. (pictured to the right)

This is my main stud, Huey P. Da Black Panther. He’s a little over 4 years old right now. He’s a great dog.  I love his temperament, and he produces very nice dogs. I’m not a puppy peddler.  I try not to do too many breedings.  True dog men only breed to improve the breed, and bring about a trait that can compliment their style of dog, and improve the overall health, not just the look of the dog.

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Triple J Bullies: American and Exotic Bully Breeder | Louisiana

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Who is Triple J Bullies?

State your name, and where your kennel is located.
My Name Is Brandon Johnson, founder of Triple J Bullies. You can find me in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

What type of dogs do you breed, and what inspired you to get involved with that particular breed?
Triple J Bullies breeds American And Exotic Bullies. I was inspired in 2015 by a family member. I then started looking online at different things and came across a tri-colored American Bully. Once I took the time and learned about the breed, I was able to find a kennel to start from. (Kjbsk) Abbeville, Louisiana.

What type of diet do you keep your dogs on throughout the year?
My dogs are on a grain free diet, and have scheduled meal hours.

What is your favorite bloodline?
I have a few favorite lines, but Haze Blood is at the top of the list. I’ve seen some nice dogs produced by Haze Line.

Do you currently show, any of your dogs?
No, we are not currently showing any of our dogs. However, with the upcoming litter’s, I think 2018 is looking very promising.

What advice do you have for any upcoming breeders?
If you have passion and love for the breed, go for it. Nothing can happen overnight. Just don’t give up, and never have too much pride to have a listening ear. There is always help inside the Bully Community.

What do you think, is the most difficult thing for people in the bullygame to overcome?
I think experiencing new lines is one of the things that’s kind of hard to overcome.

How do you think they can overcome this thing?
It’s okay to change the taste buds or just create your own.

Who do you look up to in the bully game, and why?
There are several kennels that I look up to in the bully game. They all are doing big things and making or have made their mark in the game. Respect!

Tell us about one of Triple J Bullies most memorable moments, in 2017 so far.
Experiencing how much my family has engaged themselves with the breed itself.

Describe how you would want things, in the bully Community, to be 10 years from now.
Extravagant, going every breeders way if possible. I would like to see everyone make progress and bring new things to the bully community.

What separates Triple J Bullies from the competition?
No competition. We’re just in our own land, creating a wave.

What other hobbies or interests do you take part in?
I enjoy drawing and photography in my free time. I also enjoy outdoor activities such as horse riding, trail rides, fishing etc,.

What motto do you live by?
“Not chasing the hype, just in our own zone creating it.”

What do you think of Bully Girl Magazine?
Bully Girl Magazine is the place to be. It’s great for the Bully Community, as it keeps us informed on the latest events.

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TP-Kennels: XL American Bully Breeder | New Jersey

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Who is TP-Kennels?

Tell our readers a little about yourself.
My name is Alexander Rosario III. I am the owner and founder of TP-Kennels. You can find us in Woodbridge Township, New Jersey. However, I always shout out my home town Hoboken, New Jersey.

What type of dogs do you breed? Also, what inspired you to get involved with that particular breed?
My current preference of breed is the American Bully, more specifically the XL American Bully. The thing that inspired me the most about the breed was how badly they were misinterpreted and stereotyped. I believed, and continue to believe that I have the ability to change that perception into a positive one. I own a rescue. I’ve seen firsthand how loyal and loving they are. I’d have to say that also played a huge role as to why I got involved so in-depth.

What type of diet do you keep your dogs on throughout the year?
I keep it simple. Thus, I do stay away from foods that contain processed meats, corn, by-products, and low level brands that are a lot cheaper to buy. I like to use kibble grain free foods, such as Nature’s Domain. I try to stay within having the first three ingredients of the label consisting of meats, fish, or any other source of quality protein. Also, there needs to be a beneficial ratio of carbs to equal a well balanced meal.

Do you currently show, any of your dogs?
At this point in time, I do not currently show my dogs. However, in 2018 I will be making my way back into the show ring to compete for titles. I look forward to meeting more great people. My most recent production, as well as, other TPK productions have earned their titles ( “C.G.C” and advanced “C.G.C.”) under multiple registries. I look forward to 2018.

What advice do you have for any upcoming breeders?
Trust is a two way street. Trust the upmost in yourself and never be afraid to ask questions. The only dumb question is the one that you do not ask. Be able to handle criticism. Make a note to never depend on your dogs as a source of income. Your dogs depend on you. If you’re serious about your craft, trust yourself and God.

What do you think, is the most difficult thing for people in the bullygame to overcome?
In my opinion, ego’s. As the old saying goes, a lot of people will go out of their way and help. However once you become, what’s considered “competition”, those who support you tend to slide out and disappear.

How do you think they can overcome this thing?
Continue to support one another, especially in their absence. The community and our youth look to us for guidance and direction. We must do a better job at leading by example. Become educated followers so that people can see that with unity comes strength.

Who do you look up to in the bully game, and why?
I respect and look up to all those who are out their putting that dedication, work, practice, and love into this breed. In reality, the ingredients are right there.

Tell us about one of TP-Kennels most memorable moments, in 2017 so far.
I do a lot of community work with my XL American Bullys. I would have to say first would be getting their temperament titles (C.G.C. & C.G.C.A.). This is something I truly take pride in. The second would be having the ability to bring joy, love, and laughter to those who need it most. I have two XL Bully’s that are also certified therapy dogs. On the regular, I bring them to rehabilitation centers and senior citizen homes. They are always greeted with love and affection. We were able to make a major impact in our community this year.

Describe how you would want things, in the bully Community, to be 10 years from now.
I truly expect it to blossom and continue on the path of greatness. I expect more people to temperament test their Bully’s and set the bar higher than it already is.

What separates TP-Kennels from the competition?
What separates me from the competition is that I don’t just say that I breed for temperament. I back it up with facts and certifications. My first and second generation productions have all obtained their temperament titles and are solidifying their soundness. With that being said, I feel I can back all of my statements up when I say  that I breed well balanced, well structured, temperament dogs.

What other hobbies or interests do you take part in?
Mainly spending time with my family. I also love photography, flying drones, working out, playing all sports, and traveling as much as I can.

What motto do you live by?
My motto is simple. “Respect is earned, not taken”.

What do you think of Bully Girl Magazine?
Bully Girl Magazine is a great outlet of productive information that is shared globally. I’ve been a fan since our last interview. I strongly believe that you and your entire team are doing an outstanding job representing the breed. Bully Girl Magazine is helping to bridge the gap between communities and representatives.

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Swaggerville Exotic Bullies: Exotic Bully Breeder | Georgia

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Who is Swaggerville Exotic Bullies?

State your name, and where your kennel is located.
My name is Callie Teller, founder of Swaggerville Exotic Bullies. I have a main base location in Atlanta, GA, and a smaller location in Las Vegas, NV.

What type of dogs do you breed, and what inspired you to get involved with that particular breed?
I breed exotic style dogs, however they are still functionally sound. I just like a bigger, thicker, more exaggerated look with a shorter muzzle. I’ve was always into Pit Bulls and game dogs growing up. Once bullies hit the scene, I fell right in.

What type of diet do you keep your dogs on throughout the year?
I keep my whole yard on a basic kibble, with high protein and fat. Nothing special.

What is your favorite bloodline?
My favorite bloodline would have to be Miagi Blood. I dig the elbows, tight skin, and chinky eyes.

Do you currently show, any of your dogs?
I don’t currently show any of my dogs. However, in 2018 I do plan to travel to a lot more shows to let my product be seen.

What advice do you have for any upcoming breeders?
My advice to an upcoming breeder would be to stack your females. Also build the proper housing area for your pets. Stay focused, find your own wave and ride it!

What do you think, is the most difficult thing for people in the bullygame to overcome?
The most difficult thing to over come may be watching what’s going on outside of your yard, and losing focus. People are always trying to keep up.

How do you think they can overcome this thing?
To over come that focus on your program. Set your own goals for your yard and achieve them.

Who do you look up to in the bully game, and why?
I really don’t look up to anyone in the bully game. I have respect for everyone, but I can’t say that I look up to anyone in particular.

Tell us about one of your most memorable moments, in 2017 so far.
My most memorable moment of 2017 was probably producing that Tri litter off Babe, and selling out in 48hrs. I’ll never forget that. LOL.

Describe how you would want things, in the bully Community, to be 10 years from now.
I would just love to see the bully community continue to grow in a positive direction.

What separates your kennel from the competition?
I think our drive, our focus, and our output is what separates us from the rest. We are non-stop with our foot on the gas pedal. We stay clear of negativity and are always promoting positivity.

What other hobbies or interests do you take part in?
Some other hobbies include photography, and spending time with my family.

What motto do you live by?
Swaggerville or NO DEAL!

What do you think of Bully Girl Magazine?
Bully Girl is a great magazine, and a positive resource for the bully community. Thanks for having me!

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