AMERICAN BULLY KRATOS: BIG OLD DOME AND FLOPPY EARS (FAN SUBMITTED)





AMERICAN BULLY KRATOS: BIG OLD DOME AND FLOPPY EARS (FAN SUBMITTED)


Amazing looking dog! Ears are beautiful!
That dog is a GOD!
I have a female that looks like this and I chose not to cut her ears or tail . Just different preference. Good looking bullie 🤗
i just wanna

flops ears

bitches

flops ears

beat it

(idk the rest)
Hi there, i have a 4month old american bully. At the moment her ears are pointed up all the time and i was wondering when they would start to drop and be normal? I don't have plans on clipping the ears and i want to leave them as they are. Thanks!
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Great looking dog
I agree that ear cropping isn't for every dog. Like, you're not gonna see a beagle or a lab with cropped ears. Typically pit bulls, American bully's, dobermans, boxers, even great Danes have cropped ears. That's probably where I'd draw the line because I agree that cropping the ears does give the dog an intimidating look but I wouldn't see anything wrong with it if the person knows what they're doing professionally. My bully Dexter is about 10 weeks old and after seeing this video I've decided to keep his ears. But if i were to get a doberman or a great dane I'd probably crop the ears but that's just me.
Right on dude with the house dog comments.
Awesome looking dog
Eyes are low key to close together.
Bully looking rite
U say they decided to keep his ears on even if they didn't wouldn't it be to late to cut em at that age
So much cuter with ears and tail untouched
Now that’s a bad boy !!!!
Beautiful dog.
My two most important criteria in bullies are un-cropped ears & open round nostrils.
Amazing dog. Love the ears that way, how they're meant to be.
He's a beast nice video
oh & love his ears , looks like a hell hound !
nice handsome bully boy


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