Our American Bully Foundation
Baby Girl came to us on November 25, 2017, when the inception of reviving the Old Dominion started to move forward. She was supposed to be the outcross to revive the Old Dominions. Unfortunately, she did not fit another kennel's breeding program but we felt that she has a lot of potential. She was the perfect size for our original concept of Old Dominion Terrier and her temperament is that of a sweet lap dog who has a natural hunting drive. She is relatively good with other dogs but a former owner alleged she has killed coyotes on his property and she has ferreted and killed rats. She has impressed us so much that we have decided to keep two breeds in our kennel. We could not be more happier to have her here. Although she is a product of all outcrosses rather than that of a careful linebreeding, she still has 'the look' as shown in her profile picture.
Max came to us by chance, or by Divine Intervention, on September 2, 2018. His owner is in need of medical attention that would leave him unable to properly care for a big boy like Max. So to help him out, Max will stay with us up to September 2020 and hopefully he will produce a nice litter with Baby Girl. We wish his owner, Stephen, a quick recovery but should his condition not be conducive to handling a dog like Max, Max will become a permanent resident here at Puppy Chulos.