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American Bully

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American Bully (Non AKC Breed)

According to the American Bully Kennel Club the American bully has a well-defined, powerful appearance with straight, muscular legs. The head is medium-length and broad with a well-defined stop and high-set ears, which may be natural or cropped. The neck is thick and strong, tapering from the shoulders to the base of the skull, with no loose skin. Jaws should be square and well-defined, with an even or scissor bite, and the tail should be undocked and of a medium length with only a slight curl. Curly or corkscrew tails are considered to be a fault. The coat is smooth, short, and hard. Any color or combination is acceptable. Any aggression towards humans is disqualifying.

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American Pitbull Terrier

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American Pitbull Terrier (Non AKC Breed)

The Pitbull immediately strikes one as being a dog of power, passion and undying willingness. The brick-like head, which is especially broad between the cheeks (to house the powerful jaws), is carried upon a thickly muscled, well-defined neck. The neck runs into a deep, thick, well-sprung chest. The American Pit Bull is a very muscular, stocky, yet agile dog that is extremely strong for his size. The ears are generally cropped, though this is optional. Docked tails are not accepted by the UKC or the ADBA. The eyes are round. Both the ADBA and the UKC do not accept blue eyes or the coat color merle. The American Pitbull Registry does accept a merle coat. The teeth should form a scissors bite. Its coat is made up of thick, short, shiny hair. All colors are admissible. The tail tapers to a point.

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Australian Cattle Dog

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Australian Cattle Dog (Non-AKC Breed)

The Australian Cattle Dog, also known as the Australian Heeler, Hall’s Heeler, Queensland Heeler and Blue Heeler, is a courageous, tireless, robust, compact working dog. The dog is agile, well-muscled, powerful and determined while working.

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Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog

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Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog (Non AKC Breed)

The Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog, the naturally docked-tail version of the Australian Cattle Dog, is a courageous, tireless, robust, compact working dog. The dog is agile, well-muscled, powerful and determined while working.

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Catahoula Leopard Dog

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Catahoula Leopard Dog (Non AKC Breed)

The short, single coat is colored in a merle or black/tan pattern. Some coats can be coarse, but most are short and tight. Color is an especially notable feature in this herder: eye color and coat color working in a very complementary and expressive way. The skull is broad and flat. The legs are solid and strong boned. The deep chest provides for good heart and lung capacity.

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Hokkaido

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Hokkaido (Non AKC Breed)

The Ainu Dog is a thin, muscular, sturdy-looking dog. It is impulsive, fast and has a light gait. Ainus have small, erect ears that are at a right angle to the brow. Its eyes are somewhat small, dark brown and set triangularly. The teeth are healthy, solid and non-protruding. Some have spots of black on their tongues. The bridge is straight leading to its dark nose. The well-fitted lips have dark pigmentation. The tail curls in typical Spitz fashion. The forelegs are straight and lean and the hindquarters are covered with a double coat. The harsh, straight coat colors come in sesame, brindle, wolf gray, red, brown or white.

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