Rules applying to adf sanctioned shows. ADF sanctioned dog shows are very much like any other registering body such as akc,ukc, ckc, these registering bodies adf, akc,ukc and ckc are about
promoting dog breeds in obedience and in the show ring. The American dog federation adf, respects the other dog registry american kennel club ,united kennel club ukc and the continental kennel club
ckc All dog clubs must get permission to hold a sanctioned show from the American Dog Federation, American  Kennel Club United Kennel Club and Continental Kennel Club all of whom have
shows that hede dog clubs sanction.American Bully Breed Standard or American Bully Breed Standards are the American Bully criteria for the breeds. fothe American Bully size or american bully sizes
The Canis panther also has a canis Panther standard which describes the criteria for the make up of the canis pamn ther.

Breed Standard For the Pocket American Bully:
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CHARACTERISTICS:
The Pocket American Bully is a well rounded, reliable, trustworthy, and ideal
family companion. The breed is very outgoing with an eagerness to please, while
also maintaining a guardian role of his owners and property. An excellent
companion dog to an owner who fully understands his desire to be loyal and
protective, while gentle and loving.

GENERAL APPEARANCE:
The Pocket American Bully should give the impression of great strength for its size.
A small-medium size dog with a muscular body. Agile and graceful in its
movement, keenly alive to his surroundings. He should be stocky, not long-legged
or racy in outline. His courage is proverbial.

HEAD:
Medium length, deep through, broad skull, very pronounced cheek muscles,
distinct stop, and high set ears. The muzzle should be of medium length, rounded
on upper side or slightly squared to fall away abruptly below eyes. The jaws are
well defined, with the under jaw appearing strong.

TEETH:
Upper teeth to meet tightly outside lower teeth in front or scissor bite accepted.
Under shot or over shot mouths are not desirable but accepted. Lips close and
even, some looseness accepted, but not preferred.

EYES:
All colors except albinism. Eye shape would be round to oval, low down in skull
and set far apart.

EARS:
Natural or Cropped.

NOSE:
All colors acceptable.

NECK:
Heavy, slightly arched, tapering from shoulders to back of skull, and of medium
length.  No looseness of skin.

FOREQUARTERS:
Shoulders are strong and muscular with blades wide and sloping.
Forelegs should be straight, while a slight turning outward of the feet is accepted,
but not preferred. Large or round bones with pastern upright, with no resemblance
of bend in the front. Forelegs should set rather wide apart to permit chest
development.

BODY:
The back should be fairly short. Slight sloping from withers to rump or straight is
accepted with gentle short slope at rump to base of tail. Slightly higher rears are
allowable, but not preferred.
Well-sprung ribs, deep in rear and all ribs close together. The chest should be
deep and broad.

HINDQUARTERS:
Hindquarters should be well muscled, let down at hocks, turning neither in nor out.
Stifles should be well bent. Feet should be of moderate size, well arched and
compact.

TAIL:
Short in comparison to size, low set, tapering to a fine point; not curled. Not
docked, kinked or knotted.

COAT:
Short, close, stiff to the touch, and glossy. Very little grooming is required to keep
the coat healthy.

COLOR:
All colors and patterns are permissible expect the color merle.

SIZE:
Height and weight should be in proportion. A height of about 14 to 17 inches at
shoulders is to be considered preferable. There is no particular weight for the
breed.

GAIT:
The American Bully should be springy and drive off the rear. He should appear
agile and graceful while in full movement.

Breed Standard For The Shorty Bull  
The  American Dog Federation  recognizes Shorty Bulls who are currently
registered with the BBC (Bull Breed Coalition) and possess a
certified BBC pedigree and/or are certified as authentic Shorty Bulls
The Designer Breed Registry will recognize the Shorty Bull with or without papers
from another registry or a certified pedigree.

HEIGHT:
15" at the withers and under

WEIGHT:
40 lbs and under

HEAD:
Round head with typical bulldog features.

EYES:
Set far apart and not protruding.

JAW:
Should be curved, not straight.

NOSE:
Should be turned up slightly and be black or liver colored.
Dudley noses are a cosmetic fault.

BITE:
Must be undershot, but not excessively.

EYES:
May be any color, although brown is the preferred color

EARS:
Cropped.

BODY:
Should be short from back of the neck to base of the tail.

CHEST:
Should be broad for height and have depth reaching to the elbow.

A compact look is desired.

WIDTH:
Front quarters and hind quarters should be proportionate, not lending to a narrow
rear, and the chest should be broader than the rear, but very narrow hindquarters
are a fault.

SHOULDERS AND RUMP:
Well rounded and well muscled, lending to the appearance of strength.
There may be a slight rise over the loins.

LEGS:
Heavy boned and in direct proportion to the body.
Long legs in proportion to the body or fine bones are a fault.
Cow hocks or pigeon toes are a fault.

FEET:
Tight feet and straight pasterns are desired.
Splayed feet are a fault.

TAIL:
Tail must be short, either docked or screwed.

COLOR:
All coat colors are accepted except merle and black and tan

TEMPERAMENT:
Good natured and even temper is desired.
Extreme shyness or undue aggression is unacceptable.

Breed Standard For The American Bully:
SCROLL DOWN FOR THE AMERICAN BULLY XL

CHARACTERISTICS:
The American Bully is a well rounded, reliable, trustworthy, and ideal family
companion. The breed is very outgoing with an eagerness to please, while
also maintaining a guardian role of his owners and property. An excellent
companion dog to an owner who fully understands his desire to be loyal and
protective, while gentle and loving.

GENERAL APPEARANCE:
The American Bully should give the impression of great strength for its size.
A medium size dog with a muscular body. Agile and graceful in its
movement, keenly alive to his surroundings. He should be stocky, not
long-legged or racy in outline. His courage is proverbial.

HEAD:
Medium length, deep through, broad skull, very pronounced cheek muscles,
distinct stop, and high set ears. The muzzle should be of medium length,
rounded on upper side or slightly squared to fall away abruptly below eyes.
The jaws are well defined, with the under jaw appearing strong.

TEETH:
Upper teeth to meet tightly outside lower teeth in front or scissor bite
accepted. Under shot or over shot mouths are not desirable. Lips close and
even, some looseness accepted, but not preferred.

EYES:
All colors except albinism. Eye shape would be round to oval, low down in
skull and set far apart.

EARS:
Natural or Cropped.

NOSE:
All colors acceptable.

NECK:
Heavy, slightly arched, tapering from shoulders to back of skull, and of
medium length.  No looseness of skin.

FOREQUARTERS:
Shoulders are strong and muscular with blades wide and sloping.
Forelegs should be straight, while a slight turning outward of the feet is
accepted, but not preferred. Large or round bones with pastern upright, with
no resemblance of bend in the front. Forelegs should set rather wide apart to
permit chest development.


BODY:
The back should be fairly short. Slight sloping from withers to rump or
straight is accepted with gentle short slope at rump to base of tail. Slightly
higher rears are allowable, but not preferred.
Well-sprung ribs, deep in rear and all ribs close together. The chest should
be deep and broad.

HINDQUARTERS:
Hindquarters should be well muscled, let down at hocks, turning neither in
nor out. Stifles should be well bent. Feet should be of moderate size, well
arched and compact.

TAIL:
Short in comparison to size, low set, tapering to a fine point; not curled. Not
docked, kinked or knotted.

COAT:
Short, close, stiff to the touch, and glossy. Very little grooming is required to
keep the coat healthy.


COLOR:
All colors and patterns are permissible expect the color merle.

SIZE:
Height and weight should be in proportion. A height of about 18 to 21 inches
at shoulders for the male and 17 to 20 inches for the female is to be
considered preferable. There is no particular weight for the breed.

GAIT:
The American Bully should be springy and drive off the rear. He should
appear agile and graceful while in full movement.


Breed Standard For The XL American Bully

CHARACTERISTICS:
The XL American Bully is a well rounded, reliable, trustworthy, and ideal
family companion. The breed is very outgoing with an eagerness to please,
while also maintaining a guardian role of his owners and property. An
excellent companion dog to an owner who fully understands his desire to be
loyal and protective, while gentle and loving.

GENERAL APPEARANCE:
The XL American Bully should give the impression of great strength for its
size. A Large size dog with a muscular body. Agile and graceful in its
movement, keenly alive to his surroundings. He should be stocky, not
long-legged or racy in outline. His courage is proverbial.

HEAD:
Medium length, deep through, broad skull, very pronounced cheek muscles,
distinct stop, and high set ears. The muzzle should be of medium length,
rounded on upper side or slightly squared to fall away abruptly below eyes.
The jaws are well defined, with the under jaw appearing strong.

TEETH:
Upper teeth to meet tightly outside lower teeth in front or scissor bite
accepted. Under shot or over shot mouths are not desirable. Lips close and
even, some looseness accepted, but not preferred.

EYES:
All colors except albinism. Eye shape would be round to oval, low down in
skull and set far apart.

EARS:
Natural or Cropped.

NOSE:
All colors acceptable.

NEC:K
Heavy, slightly arched, tapering from shoulders to back of skull, and of
medium length.  No looseness of skin.

FOREQUARTERS:
Shoulders are strong and muscular with blades wide and sloping.
Forelegs should be straight, while a slight turning outward of the feet is
accepted, but not preferred. Large or round bones with pastern upright, with
no resemblance of bend in the front. Forelegs should set rather wide apart to
permit chest development.


BODY:
The back should be fairly short. Slight sloping from withers to rump or
straight is accepted with gentle short slope at rump to base of tail. Slightly
higher rears are allowable, but not preferred.
Well-sprung ribs, deep in rear and all ribs close together. The chest should
be deep and broad.

HINDQUARTERS:
Hindquarters should be well muscled, let down at hocks, turning neither in
nor out. Stifles should be well bent. Feet should be of moderate size, well
arched and compact.

TAIL:
Short in comparison to size, low set, tapering to a fine point; not curled. Not
docked, kinked or knotted.

COAT:
Short, close, stiff to the touch, and glossy. Very little grooming is required to
keep the coat healthy.


COLOR:
All colors and patterns are permissible expect the color merle.

SIZE:
Height and weight should be in proportion. A height of about 19 to 22 inches
at shoulders for the male and 18 to 21 inches for the female is to be
considered preferable. There is no particular weight for the breed but should
be proportioned to height.

GAIT:
The American Bully should be springy and drive off the rear. He should
appear agile and graceful while in full movement.
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