In a single year, Venom’s puppies can generate sales of over a million dollars, with Matt struggling to keep up with demand.
Venom has gained fame worldwide for his unmistakeable bodybuilder physique, with his muscular build allied to his short frame and big, warm smile.
Venom (call name ‘Chunk’) lives with his owner Matt Siebenthal, Matt’s wife Deanne and their son Christian in Lake Worth, Florida, along with his fellow dogs Ch Lucky Lucianna, King Tyson and Lil Ting.
Venom now has offspring in 12 countries and has become one of the world’s most sought after stud dogs.
Matt told Barcroft TV: “Venom has become a bit of a legend in the bully world for his ability to reproduce himself.”
He’s so consistent, that several of his puppies look exactly like him! So much so, they have become known as “Clones” or “mini Chunks” and “Chunklets.” He has over 250 Offspring.
“We are proud to have in-house and to have produced multiple ABKC Pocket Champions.”
Pocket ABKC Champions “Lucky” Lucianna, Fury & Swizz (2 Majors in 1st Show) of Venomline
In addition, Venomline has added another potential micro bully star to their roster: 2017 Bully King Magazine mascot, Venom’s half brother,Omega.
Matt said: “We are extremely excited about the addition of Omega, and also the opening of our second location, Venomline South, our first branch outside of Venomline.”
Matt considers his dogs as a part of his family and said: “When people take one of our dogs into their home, they become family.
“Our dogs sleep in beds and are a part of our family, not kept locked up in kennels all day.
“We pride ourselves in producing dogs that have a “wow” factor, along with great temperament and athleticism despite the heavy muscle/bone they carry.”
“We always make sure that our dogs are taken care of and if someone can’t care for one of our dogs, it is not going to a shelter, I will come and reclaim that dog because they are that important to us.”
On averageVenom’s puppiessell for about six to eight thousand dollars, they can be above or below that range, depending on the litter and also the male and female being paired. However, the owner said that unlike many breeders, they do not depend on their dogs to make a living, this is more a passion of theirs.
Matt has been involved with the breed for close to a decade and started a magazine dedicated to the breed –Bully King Magazinearound three years ago to share his love and passion for the bully breeds with others.
Jackie Amendola, who owns one of Venom’s daughters – ABKC Champion, Fury told Barcroft TV: “American Bullies are amazing dogs, even pictures don’t justify how awesome these dogs are, there is so much personality, love, and athleticism, and just the colours and the demeanour are amazing. I just love it.”
Venom is in such demand that there were rumours that he’s been valued at $2 million, a suggestion that Matt played down.
He said: “There’s been a rumour that I’ve been offered $2million for Venom.
“I’ve never been offered $2million, but if I was offered $2million, that’s life changing money, but I still wouldn’t sell him.
“He’s a family member, and we’re proud of what he’s creating with his own line, and the joy that he brings our family, you can’t put a price tag on that.”
Barcroft Animals- Venom is one of the most sought after studs in the world, with Matt having to limit the number of customers to three per week, and each puppy is sold for around $8000. In a single year, Venom’s puppies can generate sales of over a million dollars, with Matt struggling to keep up with demand.
BULLY KING MAGAZINE MASCOTS VENOM & OMEGA OF VENOMLINE MEET OVER THE WEEKEND
TOP POCKET BULLY BREEDERS VENOMLINE & VENOMLINE SOUTH
BULLY KING Magazine Mascots Louis V Line’s Venom & Omega Meet for the 1st time, and now they are officially best buds!
Alisa Smith, Pocket Bully breeder and head of Venomline South- The first official branch of Venomline, made the trip from North Carolina down to South Florida to Venomline’s home base. “It was an enjoyable trip” says Smith as she met with the owner of Venomline- Matt Siebenthal and partner Chris Conigliaro, who was able to show up and capture some incredible shots.
Venomline South made news a few months back with the purchase of our 2017 Mascot Omega, who heads the Stud Lineup at Venomline’s 2nd location. Over the weekend, Alisa arrived with Omega and Matt brought along our 2018 Mascot Louis V Line’s Venom. Omega and Venom are half brothers (both Louis V sons) and this was the first time the two Top Producing Studs met.
They hit it off right off the bat, and immediately became best buds. The head of Venomline, Matt also brought along 15 month old shemale Ms. Swizz (the tri pictured above) along with Venom daughter Khaleesi, who doesn’t look half bad considering she just had a litter 8 weeks ago.
Omega is an absolute stunner in person, and getting the two Top Studs together in photos “was an awesome experience” said the Venomline owner.
The dogs had a blast, and we were able to get some great shots of them having fun at a local park. After introducing Omega to Venom and letting the dogs burn off some energy and have some fun, Alisa headed back to Venomline’s home base where she would pick up her newest addition- a 2X Venom female from the Venom X Khaleesi litter.
After visiting with Venomline owners Matt and Deanne and enjoying some Mexican food, Alisa got the chance to hangout with Matt and his wife before calling it a night. Early the next morning it was off to the Animal Hospital of Fort Lauderdale, where Matt’s veterinarians checked out Omega and ran some health tests to make sure he was in great shape. Venom & Omega were collected and stored for future breedings.
After the vet and another photoshoot, it was time for Alisa to head back on the road toward North Carolina, the headquarters of Venomline’s 2nd location, Venomline South. Below are photos of the fun filled day, and some of the Venomline bulls having a great time.
Louis V Line’s Venom “Chunk” got a chance to play with daughter Dolce and Sahara from the Venom X Harley breeding.
The pups did a thorough check of his gums for treats, and Chunk loved every minute of it. He always enjoys playing with puppies of his and lets them get away with just about anything.. especially the girls.
VENOMLINE: THE WORLD’S BEST EXTREME BUILD POCKET BULLIES
Originally from Houston, Texas, we are now located in sunny South Florida.We are proud to have in-house and to have produced multiple ABKC Champions.
Our dogs have been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, BULLY KING Magazine, Bully Girl Magazine, in Music Videos and on television (NBC, Barcroft Animals)
Venomline is known for producing some of the thickest dogs in the world, without sacrificing conformation or health. Our dogs are known for having massive heads, dense bone, broad chests, wide shoulders, short muzzles, and being packed rock solid with muscle on short & compact frames.
When you take one of our dogs into your home, you become family. We are different than most kennels in the fact that we do not use a traditional kennel set up. Our dogs sleep in beds and are a part of our family, not kept locked up in kennels all day.
We pride ourselves in producing dogs that have “wow” factor along with great temperament and athleticism despite the heavy muscle/bone they carry.
We hardly, if ever have pups on the ground waiting to be sold.
Our litters are usually sold out before they hit the ground and pups are reserved in advance. If you are interested in a puppy from us, the best way is to reserve a pick off of an upcoming breeding.
If you have questions about the right breeding for you, feel free to give us a call. Sometimes we miss messages on all of the social media sites. If you call and leave a message or text us, we will always reply within 24 hours.
We accept cash, debit, credit, Paypal, Cash App among others. We can also send an invoice that you can pay by credit/debit.
SWIZZ had a great weekend at the ABKC Daytona Show! She won 1st in her Class twice and also took home Best Female twice. This puts her at half of the points needed for her Champion Title and 2 Majors. not bad for her 1st Show!
Special thanks to Marco Garcia for the work put in and for doing an excellent job as handler.