American Bully Breed Appearance
American Bullies aren't hard to spot, as they generally look like the guy who spends too much time at the gym. Three of the four recognized types share a very similar appearance, usually only varying in overall weight and height but maintaining almost all of the same general features. They are easily one of the most well-muscled breeds out there and have been bred to have a wide chest to accommodate for it. They have large but not disproportionate boxy heads with a similarly boxy, short, broad, muzzle, well defined cheeks, and large noses that are not limited in color. Their eyes are oval in shape and generally come in every color but blue while their ears are high set and may be natural or cropped. They have medium length but heavily-muscled necks, deep, wide chests, well-defined shoulder blades and a wide front stance. Their hindquarters are easily as well developed in terms of muscle as the front, if not more so, and are capped with a slight curve in their backs. Their tails are thick and tapering and come in straight or "crank handle" style. Their coats are glossy and smooth but do have a bit of coarseness to them and come in every color and pattern except true albino and merle.