Ghost Tri Bully Personality And Temperament
The ghost tri bully dog will typically have a high level of loyalty and friendliness. But whereas it is friendly to humans, it can be somewhat aggressive to other dogs.
In terms of intelligence, this is one of the smartest dogs.
It is a lively dog, which requires a considerable level of mental stimulation and physical activity, to avoid boredom.
Ghost Tri Bully Grooming Needs
Thanks to the relatively short coats, ghost tri bullies don’t shed too much. Therefore once or twice a week brushing may be sufficient.
While dealing with the grooming aspect, you also need to consider nail trimming, as need arises.
It helps too to brush the dog’s teeth on a regular basis. This is because some of the plaque that builds up there may only be capable of coming out through brushing.
What is a Tri Colored Bully?
This refers to the unique color combination that can be found on American Bullies. This is produced by rare genetics in the Bully breed from the Agouti series gene locus. The Tan Point gene is the specific gene needs to produce Tri Color Bullies and it is recessive, this means that both parents need to possess the gene. The best way to identify whether a Bully is Tri Color and its different shades is through a DNA Test
Other than the genetics around color these dogs are just regular Bullies. They have the same fantastic temperament you should expect from a Bully dog. Additionally they make fantastic family pets in addition to their beautiful looks.
Due to the need to combine two recessive genes without a targeted breeding program there would be practically no Tri Color Bullies. Thankfully there are breeders who breed specifically for these traits, despite this they are still uncommon and come with a premium price.
Within Tri color itself there are combinations which are rarer than others, as the main color is produced by the regular shades available to a bully you will find colours such as Blue, Champagne (Lilac) to be rarer than the more common colorings such as Black or Fawn.
Tri color is a relatively new trend as previously there were concerns around whether they were cross breeds. This made them less desirable which led to less targeted breeding. In recent years however this view has changed and there are a number of expanding breeding programs dedicated to producing more Tri color Bullies.
According to the AKC (American Kennel Club) there are four different breeds which are officially classifed as Pitbull’s these are.
Whilst similar in origins there are differences between all the breeds above and referring to each only as a Pitbull will not give a clear picture. Most commonly you will find the American Pit Bull Terrier is referred to as a Pitbull. Meanwhile you will find the other three breeds have their own unique references. These are Amstaff for American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffy for Staffordshire Bull Terrier and Bully for the American Bully.
Based on the above a Bully is technically a Pitbull but by referring to one as such you will paint a misleading picture in most peoples minds.
The American Bully is a cross breed largely between the American Pit Bull Terrier and American Staffordshire Terrier. However there are elements of various Bulldogs and also Mastiff blood mixed in.
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