The Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) breed standard states that the Bull Terrier “must be strongly built, muscular, symmetrical and active, with a keen, determined and intelligent expression, full of fire and courage but of even temperment and amenable to discipline.”
We are a member of the Canadian Kennel Club, the Bull Terrier Club of Canada, the Minature and Bull Terrier Club of Western Canada and the Campbell River Dog Fanciers Society. We are pending membership in Bull Terrier Club of America
Our commitment is to purposeful, standards-based breeding of these amazing dogs focusing on great type and stable temperament.
If you are interested in learning more about the Bull Terrier – this CKC link is a good place to start. I also encourage people to speak to breeders and owners of bullies to get the real story . Bull Terriers aren’t recommended for the first time dog owner. They require early and consistent training, lots of socialization and most importantly lots of love.
Bullies are called a medium exercise dog but the best Bull Terrier is a tired bull terrier. Known to be a tad destructive if left alone, bull terriers (and their families) benefit from crate training.
Alongside conformation, bullies can participate in barn hunt, agility, rally, obedience and fast cat/lure coursing. The favourite place for a bullie is on top of you on the couch. This is not a dog that does well left alone to their own devices.
Purebred Dogs — Why?
This blog post really sums up why purebred dogs are important and how preservationist breeders ensure these wonderful animals continue to exist
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