Since the two breeds that make a micro bully are the American Pitbull with Patterdale Terrier, you need to know how big this pooch gets before introducing it in your home.
How Big Do Miniature Pitbulls Get?
Since the Mini Pitbull, which is also called Pocket Bully, is a miniature version of the American Pitbull Terrier, you should expect the Pocket Pitbull to be smaller than the American Pitbull.
And that is the case because the Pocket Bullies is a mix between the smaller Patterdale Terrier and the American Pitbull.
The Pocket Pitbull is a small-sized stocky dog that weighs between 11 and 22 lbs. The females are lighter than males.
How Tall Is a Pocket Bully?
The Pocket Bully is not taller than the Patterson Terrier. Its height falls between 11 and 16 inches at maturity. If they exceed 16 inches in height, they are simply known as Pitbull mix.
Even though the Pocket Bully is bred to resemble the American PitBull Terrier, there are a few differences.
The Micro Bullies are leaner than the standard Pitbull, and their skull is more wedge-shaped with a narrow muzzle. They are small, compact creatures with a broad chest and short legs.
A Pocket Bully has a large head and bulky neck. The color of its body is determined by the exact colors of its parent breeds. This hybrid comes in a wide range of colors including black and tan, blue and tan, blue and tan, and black. They can also have some markings or be solid in color.
Predicting the exact coat-type of a Pocket Bully can be quite challenging as they are hybrids. The Pitbulls have short, smooth coats with no undercoat while Patterdale Terriers have a wiry, coarse coat with a dense undercoat.
So the Pocket Bullies can have short or wiry coats, depending on the which parent’s gene is the dominant one.