On A Mission To Help Save Lives:
Welcome to Bully.dogs...
Established in 2008 after 25 plus years of traninig  Pit Bulls obedience. Bully.dogs was developed as an affordable in-home training program with a mission to save Pit Bull lives. Bully.dogs is a structured obedience / behavioral training program, specifically developed for the Pit Bull breed and pit mix dogs.

When I train a Pit Bull or its counterparts. I always disclose the Pit Bulls true fighting history to its owner to educate them on the importance of training their special breed of dog. 

The American Pit Bull Terrier  (APBT) is an actual breed of dog and acquired its name from killing rats to then fighting dogs in a "Pit" the Bull in the name comes from the Old English Bulldog which all bully breeds stem from, hence the name of my company Bully.dogs. The United Kennel Club was the first registry to recognize the American Pit Bull Terrier. UKC founder C. Z. Bennett assigned UKC registration number 1 to his own APBT, Bennett's Ring, in 1898. The American Pit Bull Terrier is a medium-sized, solidly built, short-coated dog with smooth, well-defined and musculature. The American Staffordshire Terrier   (AST) and the APBT have and come from the same breed lineage. The AST is the more docile of the two breeds and is commonly used as a bait dog in dog fighting.

The Pit Bulls fighting history is commonly denounced on what the breed truly is, causing confusion and misleading the public to believie that the AST, APBT and pit mix dogs are like all other dog breeds. Therefore not allowing the breed to receive adequate training or no training at all. Most who own a well behaved dog (not trained) labeled as "Pit Bull" is usually the result of a mixed breed with low APBT DNA as a result of bottlenecking genetics ( genetic diversity ).

Establishment of respect from both dog and human is needed to have a bonding relationship with a Pit Bull. Training for all Pit Bulls is a must and requires structured, disciplined training in order to give purpose to the breeds life. This in turn takes place of its natural instict to want to fight, and can become a well balanced behaved dog that thrives within society. "Pit Bulls" deemed aggressive towards humans and other dogs are surendered to shelters and is mostly due to the owners lack of educatiton about the breed.

"No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it"
-Albert Einstein
Backyard Breeding:
Since the early 80's backyard breeding of the Pit Bull has been its biggest problem and should be stopped altogeher. The Breed should only be bred by professional breeders. Bred by only professionals, the Pit Bull would have more value on its life and less health issues as a result. Not anyone should bred K9s. It takes knowledge and money to breed a healthy dog. 

Health reasons is why the Pit Bull may turn on a human which is an uncharacteristic behavior trait of the breed. Rescue for the Pit Bull is needed, but not an answer to the overpopulated breed problem. Spaying and neutering is also not a solution, only a part of it. Backyard breeding must stop! Pit Bulls don't multiply on there own, people breed them for a small profit to later die in a shelter. In Los Angeles alone there are 200 Pit Bull type dogs killed in shelters every single day.
Free Pit Bull Training and support Program: 
Bully.dogs offers free phone training consultstion to all Pit Bull and pit mix owners who can't afford in-home training sessions. The one time training consultion can be for aggression or basic obedience, dog training is an ongoing process and should stay on course if any problems or issues arise. For added support, questions can be answered via text or by email for a donation of any amount but is never required. All donations help support this program.  The most important relationship a Pit Bull has is the one with its owner, thus why training is so important and even a phone consultation can make a difference. My 90/10 training program is formulated to fit clients dogs training needs. Read some of Bully.dogs reviews on Yelp* and please share Bully.dogs training support program with anyone who may need help training their Pit Bulls. To keep them out of animal shelters at home where they belong.
Training Donations:
Pit Bulls shouldn't suffer fatal consequences of being euthanized because owners can't afford training. When things aren't going right at home, the Pit Bull pays the ultimate price with its life and why Bully.dogs training fees are always kept affordable. Please donate or purchase a Bully.dogs T-shirt, to save lives through training and education of the breed. All donations and T-shirt sales help subsidize training costs as well as transportation expenses and keeping this website up.  (TMI donation and T-shirt page)
American Pit bull Terrier History:
The American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT) is a dog breed. Is a medium-sized, solidly built, short haired dog whose early ancestors came from England and Ireland. It is a member of the molosser breed group. The American Staffordshire Terrier (AST) and the American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT) were bred from the same lineage, but received different names from the two American kennel clubs; Staffordshire was the name given by the American Kennel Club (AKC), and American Pit Bull Terrier by the United Kennel Club (UKC). When compared with the English Staffordshire Bull Terrier the American Pit Bull Terrier is larger by margins of 6–8 inches (15–20 cm) in height and 25–35 pounds (11–16 kg) in weight
The Pit Bull Terrier was created by breeding Old English Terriers and Old English Bulldogs together to produce a dog that combined the gameness and agility of the terrier with the strength of the bulldog.  In the United Kingdom, these dogs were used in blood sports such as bull-baiting, bear-baiting and cock fighting. These blood sports were officially eliminated in 1835 as Britain began to introduce animal welfare laws. Since dogfights were cheaper to organize and far easier to conceal from the law than bull or bear baits, blood sport proponents turned to pitting their dogs against each other instead. Dog fighting was used as both a blood sport (often involving gambling) and a way to continue to test the quality of their stock. For decades afterwards, dog fighting clandestinely took place in small areas of Britain and America. In the early 20th century pit bulls were used as catch dogs in America for semi-wild cattle and hogs, to hunt, and drive livestock, and as family companions. Some have been selectively bred for their fighting prowess. Pit bulls successfully fill the role of companion dogs, police dogs, and therapy dogs. Pitbulls also constitute the majority of dogs used for illegal dog fighting in America. In addition, law enforcement organisations report these dogs are used for other nefarious purposes, such as guarding illegal narcotics operations, use against police, and as attack dogs. In an effort to counter the fighting reputation of pit bull-type dogs, in 1996 the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals renamed pit bull terriers to "St. Francis Terriers", so that people might be more likely to adopt them. 60 temperament-screened dogs were adopted until the program was halted, after several of the newly adopted pit bulls killed cats. The New York City Center for Animal Care and Control tried a similar approach in 2004, relabeling their Pit bulls as "New Yorkies", but dropped the idea in the face of overwhelming public opposition.
Soure: Wikipedia
A Pit Bull is like no other breed of dog and people should know and understand it's true history in order to  help it live within society. The breed is not misunderstood and the use of the word has clouded people's judgment and understanding of the breeds true nature. Pit Bulls can be the best dogs in the world, or the worst. As we have come to known...

- Jesse R. Booker