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Weight Pulling?

Discussion in 'American Bully' started by Pink, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. Pink

    Pink GRCH Dog

    I want to get Cleo into weight pulling when she's older. So i figured id start researching about it and try to learn everything i can. What age should i start practicing with her? And, is it healthy? I dont want her to have joint problems are anything. Does anyone WP with their AmBullies? If so, could you tell me a little bit about what it's like?
  2. Frank

    Frank Little Dog

    i have n ambully and we just started weight pull he loves it especially since he waste all his energy on it unlike our mile walks and what i know is you can start light weight at about a year old i started about 11 month with just the chain it wasn't much but after pulling for about 20 minutes it was a work out, but now he runs with just the chain on, so i add a couple more pounds every other day and take away every other day but he is doing great and he is an ambully
  3. 444

    444 Big Dog Premium Member



    Its a great exercise for them and they love it! You don't want to start them out too early as it can do damage to there developing bone structure. There are some great sites as the ones posted that'll point you in the right direction. Its a great way to release all that bully energy they have. Remember, a tired bully, is a well behaved bully.

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