AMERICAN BULLY -
The exotic is a very recent breed of American Bully, and when compared to other Bull types, they tend to exhibit more pronounced features such as bigger head, shorter muzzle and wider chest. Because it is such a new breed, there are still many opinions about what makes the ideal Exotic, but we do know that it contains the core temperament of most Bully breeds and is becoming more popular and sought after.
Head and skull
The Exotic has a noticeably large head in proportion to the rest of the body, the skull is very broad, short and square.
Wide apart and oval shaped, they come in a large variety of colours.
Rose shaped, often high set and of average size.
Flat with wide nostrils and in a range of colours.
Moderately wrinkled, wide, deep and short.
Well-muscled and straight forelegs, visibly large round bone structure, also noticeably wide set apart from each other.
Noticeably broad chest.
Due to the large heads, the dog should have a strong, wide and thick neck in order to support it.
Slightly glossy in appearance, short and stiff. Colours include tricolour, black, white and chocolate. All colours are excepted.
Adult males height should be 23 to 35 cm, (9 - 14 inches). Adult females height should be 29 to 33 cm tall, (11 - 13 inches).
There is no particular weight for the Exotic Bully but should be in proportion to the dog.
All Exotic Bully (males and females) will be categorized in 2 classes.
MICRO Exotics for any dogs that are 13 inches or smaller and Exotics for anything taller.
All Exotics will compete in the same class till 12 months of age, then branch off into their correct variety dependant of height.
*PLEASE NOTE EXOTIC BULLY’S SHOULD BE FUNCTIONAL AND PORTRAY GOOD MOVEMENT & HEALTH.