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Bull Terrier Dog Breed Info with Pictures

Bull Terrier was originally bred as a fighting dog in the 19th century, and later a fashionable companion for the gentlemen. Now these days, they are show dogs and loyal family companion. These dogs are distinguished by their long head which is egg-shaped. Sweet with their human companion, they need to be early socialized in order to prevent aggression. They also need a firm hand in general.

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Breed Name Bull Terrier
Origin England
Other Names Bully,Gladiator,English Bull Terrier
Lifespan 10-15 years
Breed Group Terriers
Size Type Small dog breeds
Breed Type Purebred
Height 18-22 inches (45-55 cms)
Weight 50-70 Pounds (22-38 kg)
Temperament Protective,Active,Keen,Trainable,Independent,Stubborn,Sweet-Tempered
Coat Color White,Brindle and White,Fawn and Black and White
Coat Characteristics Dense, Short
What to Feed Recommended daily amount is 1 5/8 to 4 1/4 cup of high-quality dog fooddaily, divided into two meals
Litter size     5-9 puppies
Training Needs Easy to train,Intelligence,Potential for Mouthiness,Prey Drive
Living condition Good for apartment life, sensitive to temperature extremes, overly warm living conditions are damaging to their coat
Exercise need 100-120 minutes per day
Distinctive features Floppy ears (naturally), upright ears (naturally)
Grooming Needs Once a week
Club Recognition
  • AKC Classification: Terrier
  • UKC Classification: Terrier
Highlights of this Breed Live indoor with human family,Not Suited for cold,damp climates,Socialization & Training must for Bull Terriers
Bred For Small rodent hunting, lapdog
Similar Dogs Miniature Bull Terrier,Staffordshire Bull Terrier,Smooth Fox terrier,Parson Russell Terrier

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