Four different kennels from across the country travel thousands of miles to sunny South Florida to check out Top Stud Louis V Line’s Venom, complete some top level breedings, and pick up their pups from the first ever 2X Venom litter.
While many kennels bicker and blast each other on Facebook, Venomline (formerly Texas Size Bullies) has teamed up with some of the top kennels in the country for some incredible breedings.
These are guys you won’t find bad mouthing other breeders on social media, debating dogs they don’t own, or going live talking about everybody’s business but their own. These are some of the best American Bully breeders and they're too busy working to produce their vision of the perfect Pocket Bully.
Without the over heavily bulldog look, limousine backs, feet facing different sides of the equator or front and back ends in different classes.. These are functional bulls. But make no mistake, these are boned up Pocket Bullies with exaggerated features that exude breed type.. minus the slop that seems to be so prevalent in the exotic community.
Venom (Chunk) and Mia had so much fun playing together they had to physically be carried in, because they refused to come inside.
But the 2018 Mascot wasn’t finished for the day just yet..
After traveling to Bradenton, FL, Texas Size Bullies headed down south to West Palm Beach where it was time to meet Maya Bully Kennel’s Alex Ramirez & his family, who made the drive from Minnesota to South Florida to meet Venom and pick up their own little female Venom clone “Chunkette” from the 1st ever 2X Venom litter.
You can follow MBK Kennels on Instagram to keep up with her HERE
The entire litter (2X Venom) was one for the books. Extremely consistent across the board. Every pup had a scissor bite, there were no kinks, and all had good toplines and were very clean dogs on top of being extremely short, compact and bully.
Finally back at the house, it was time for Matt to get some rest before meeting the Cuevas family. They were in route traveling from South Carolina to use Venom at Stud.
After knocking out the breeding with Ernie and meeting the Cuevas family, Matt decided to eat some BBQ and relax before meeting Juan at 4 pm for photos and another Stud Service.
After that, Matt was able to spent time with family and Chunk slept like a baby. At least until 10PM when Texas Size Bullies partner Darryl was coming over to pick up XENA
GoPro Film & Pics Shot The Following Weekend
Venomline’s Wynter Snow aka “Lil Ting”
Venomline’s Tito “Savage” 2X Venom at 6 months
Xena (Mye-Stro Meets Venom) at 5 months
We also had several top pocket bully kennels bring out their Venom offspring.
Swizz is training for upcoming shows with our handlers, Khaleesi is resting after her litter & Moana & Rampage are in Chicago & can’t make this one but should have some updated video of them soon.
Mrs. Swizz at 10 months
Khaleesi (Venom X Ch Karma)
Moana (Venom X Fergie)
Rampage 2X Venom (Venom X Moana) Pictured at 4 months
Venomline South (Our North Carolina Branch)
Omega is putting weight back on and we’ll do an updated photo shoot/video on him soon
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With the addition of 2017 BULLY KING Magazine Mascot OMEGA, 2018 Mascot VENOM, along with BUTCH CASSIDY & KING TYSON, Texas Size Bullies/Venomline has undoubtedly one of the best Stud Lineups anywhere in the world.
Two of Louis V’s Best Sons, and two of the best producing dogs in the world will now both be together at the same camp. Crazy to think what these two dogs will do in the same pedigree together.
As with any of our branches or co-owns we will play a lead role in setting Alisa up with what we consider “next level” females. We will help find loving pet homes for many of the dogs sold to them as “foundation stock” by other breeders that do not meet our standards in breeding females.
By helping Venomline South get set up with females that are true foundation stock, and by providing or approve all Studs used in the program, all branches of Venomline will be a representative of Texas Size Bullies/Venomline productions will remain consistent with what we are known for producing.
Everyone is quick to label their Stud “Producer.” Most start throwing this term around after a couple litters, even while productions are still young and the Stud is unproven. A Stud that is an actual Producer can out produce themselves on a consistent basis. They are the few with the ability to stamp their look with every litter.
SHOW DOGS & STUD DOGS
“A dog can be a truly great show dog and a poor sire. A dog can hate the show ring and never win a point and be an outstanding sire. It is just as simple as that.”
The biggest mistake breeders, novice or veteran, can make is to confuse their show dogs with their breeding dogs. They can be the same. We hope they will be the same. Often they are not.
There are those who say show wins are the indicator of a dog’s value to the breed. In other words, if many judges agree a particular dog is the current ideal in its breed, the dog should be bred to. I agree — but only to a degree.
You can get every judge in the country to agree that the dog of the hour is the dog of the hour, but that same dog can be a complete disappointment in the breeding department.
If a dog’s quality is not realized in the whelping box, all we have is a box full of ribbons and nothing more.
This is not to say a winning dog cannot also be an outstanding producer. Records prove otherwise. But I cannot stress strongly enough that it is the producing ability that must be looked to and not the show record!
Even the outstanding sire can be misused. Most breeds have had those truly wonderful show dogs who develop records that become the envy of one and all. Unfortunately, they become the envy of too many who feel if a dog is good enough to win every award in sight, it must be good enough to breed every female in sight.
In a way, the popular stud dog that produces well only with certain female lines can be very destructive to a breed. A few excellent youngsters emerge from the right combination and the parade begins. Every female that can see lightning and hear thunder is bred to the dog, but the percentage of quality produced is minuscule. The breed takes a big step backward.
Truly great sires are really few and far between. There’s an old saying I heard somewhere along the way that goes something like, “You can breed that one to a fence post and you’ll still get good pups.”
They are the rare ones, the ones that any breed is lucky to have, but it is highly doubtful that any breed will have such a dog any more than once in any breeder’s lifetime.
— Rick Beauchamp
Richard G. (Rick) Beauchamp has been successfully involved in practically every facet of purebred dogs: breeding, exhibiting, publishing, writing. He is the author of numerous breed and all breed books including the best-selling Solving the Mysteries of Breed Type and Breeding Dogs for Dummies. He has judged all breeds throughout the world and was one of the United Kennel Club’s first all breed judges.
This article originally appeared in the BLOODLINES Dog Event News.
A True “Producer
Different bloodlines, different females from different classes.. it doesn’t matter. Venom has done this not on 1 or 2 litters, but on over 250 produced offspring. Multiple ABKC Pocket Champions. Over 25 pointed toward their Champion titles. Over 35 Clones. Some of the best up and coming Studs.. future household names. Next level females changing the game as breeding stock for top kennels in the US, Canada, Australia, Brazil, the UK and others.
Super short, compact, boned up bulls with extreme features. Every color tri. Show off dogs that stand out from the crowd and are excelling in the show ring. The scary part is most Venom offspring are under the age of 9 months.
💰 Venom is Currently Open for Stud at 4K w/1K deposit or at a Discounted rate of 3K Paid in Full
Beginning Jan. 1st, his Stud Fee is going to 5K and up before permanently closing to the US in 2019.
We are proud to announce the opening of our 2nd location- Venomline South. Located in Sparta, North Carolina.
Two of Louis V’s Best Sons: Venom & Omega
Both Top Studs now at #Venomline
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We will always take time with anyone interested in the breed, a puppy, using a Stud or just wanting to ask basic questions. If we miss your message, feel free to give us a call or shoot us a text at 832–452–0898. If we miss your call, just shoot us a text and I will always respond within 24 hours.
Thank you for taking the time to view our family members.