Bratac is simply a BEAST! Very few dogs if any have this boys combination of extreme features! He has a head the size of a garbage truck, a chest that would make Arnold jealous, and legs the size of tree trunks! All of this in a tight compact frame. He is an absolute stunning specimen and represents what every breeder today is hoping to achieve. When I walk this boy down the street, people dont just drive by and gawk, they turn their cars around for a second look.
When I display him at Pit Bull shows, he is always a star attraction. Take a minute to carefully look at the pictures provided of him. First take a look at him from the front. Note the massiveness and the extreme bone. Look at the size of his head and neck. Notice the wide defined chest and the thickness and straightness of his legs. Now look at some of the side shots and notice the extensiveness of his chest and his beautiful topline that slopes from front to rear. Take a look at how compact he is when viewed from front to rear. Yes indeed, Bratac
embodies what an American Bully hopes to be.
Many have asked where we got his name from. Bratac (pronounced: Bray Tack) is a character on the Sci-Fi channel show: Stargate SG1. We were determined if we ever got a dog of incredible proportions, Bratac would be his name. The minute we laid our eyes on this boy, we knew the name would fit.
Bratac comes to us by way of DogHouse Pits. We were informed that he had a nice temperament but he is a handful. We quickly learned the truth to that! Although we too found him to be mild mannered, he seemed to have a one track mind; to sniff the ground ahead of him and to drag anyone or anything in the process! You have no idea of the strength this boy possesses! Being at the time 16 months old, Bratac was the equivalent of a 16 year old teenager, supercharged with testosterone, resulting in a one track mind. Today a year later, after some maturing and more than a little obedience training, Bratac is a willing companion. In fact he could be chasing a hard to get female around the yard with one purpose in mind, but yet, when I proceed to his kennel and open the door, it only takes one call, for him to respond in earnest.
Bratac loves to play and plays well with other dogs. Some things bore him and he loses interest quickly, while yet other things, you cant get him to stop. The photos above of him playing with the water hose demonstrates that. If he is interested in the challenge you put before him, he will pursue it fully.
We encourage you to take a close look at Bratac and picture yourself walking him down the street or throwing a ball and seeing the muscles pulsate and the dust fly as he tears after it. Now take a close look at one of his offspring that is available, and make it happen!