In the picturesque landscapes of northeast Pennsylvania, there's a kennel nestled in the Tri-state area that's become a haven for bully breed enthusiasts. Just two hours from the hustle and bustle of Philly and NYC, Jay Corra and his partner, Roxy, have established the renowned Micro Monsta Bullz.
As we delve into their journey, we discover that Jay's fascination with bully breeds dates back to 2005. He reminisces about his initial days with American bulldogs and blue nose pits. However, 2008 was a game-changer. Enter Tank, a bulldog with the distinguished lineage of Devil's Den and Texas Big Bullies' Mr. Pink Blood. Tank's arrival marked Jay's deep dive into the world of bullies, exploring renowned bloodlines like Dax, West Coast Gotti Line, and Miagi. Yet, amidst the diversity of bully breeds, Jay's heart was truly captivated by English bulldogs. This led to their specialization in the exotic mini English bulldogs, a niche they've passionately pursued.
Health is a cornerstone at Micro Monsta Bullz. From comprehensive genetic health tests to assessments for hip, elbow, eye, and heart conditions, no stone is left unturned. The kennel's commitment doesn't stop with breeding; puppies are nurtured in a family home, ensuring they're well-socialized and ready for their forever homes.
Discussing his favorites, Jay's eyes light up. For bullies, it's the Twix line, Bullsace, and Paintball blood. And for English Bulldogs, the names Rushmore, Sancho, Shrinkabulls, and Bipolar come alive with stories of character and charm.
Jay is also vocal about misconceptions clouding bully breeds. He's on a mission to debunk myths, from aggression myths to unfounded health concerns. Education and awareness are his tools, ensuring potential buyers and the public see the real, loving nature of these breeds.
When asked about the qualities of a responsible breeder, Jay emphasizes health, in-depth testing, socialization, buyer support, and a dedication to refining the breed. Their dogs, fed a balanced high-quality diet, are pampered and cared for, ensuring optimal health and vitality.
Micro Monsta Bullz is not just about breeding; it's about creating a legacy. They've showcased their quality dogs in shows, with Blu ZaZa bagging a trophy, and high hopes rest on future studs BoogieDown and BamBam.
For budding breeders, Jay's message is clear: "Focus on health, continuous education, and breed improvement. Stand by your word and do good business. And most importantly, be driven by a genuine love for the breed."
Looking ahead, Jay envisions a bully breed community that's informed, responsible, and focused on the well-being of these dogs. He aspires for Micro Monsta Bullz to be at the forefront, leading with passion and commitment.
Beyond the world of breeding, Jay and Roxy are travelers, networkers, and community advocates, always eager to make a positive impact. They also hold Bully Girl Magazine in high regard, appreciating its role in the bully community.
In the heart of Pennsylvania, Jay Corra and Micro Monsta Bullz are not just breeding dogs; they're crafting stories, nurturing bonds, and creating a legacy that will resonate for generations. If you're a bully breed enthusiast, this is one journey you wouldn't want to miss!