Originally Posted by BCdogs
is a bull breed...
Right, so, the thing is, I get confused by the way it's used in the sentence.
and wanted to find out if Leila is actually a bully breed or APBT
is a breed, it appears that "a bully breed" is used as a name for a breed, since it appears she is asking if the dog is this breed or that breed, right? I see "a bully breed" used this way a lot (as the name of a breed) and it drives me nuts!
Does she mean to say, "and wanted to find out if Leila is actually an American Bully or APBT"
In other words, to me, "a bully breed" or "the bully breed" does not equal American Bully and it's used that way quite a lot.
It would be much more clear if, for example, the question was asked in this way, "and wanted to find out if Leila is actually an APBT
or some other bull breed".
Can you see what I am talking about? Also, "THE bully breed" gets used a lot and I have no idea what THE (refers to ONE breed, right?) is referring to.