From Pet Health Learning Center
Non sporting group.
Between 50-55 pounds.
Between 12-14 inches at the shoulders.
Standard colorings include red brindle and other brindles, white, red, fawn, and piebald.
Bulldogs have a short and smooth coat.
Bulldogs have big hearts and are friendly, outgoing animals. They make very loyal companions and become very attached to their home and family members.
Country of Origin:
This breed originated in Great Britain during the nineteenth century. Prized for their courage and ferocity, Bulldogs were used to control oxen and for activities such as bear baiting. Over the years, the ferocity of these dogs was bred out and now Bulldogs are popular as companions and show dogs.
Also known as the English Bulldog and the British Bulldog.
Bulldogs have a docile and friendly temperament. They are determined dogs and often willing to please. Bulldogs enjoy human companionship and are great with children and other pets.
Bulldogs are not the most intelligent dogs; however, they are quite willing to please so they are trainable.
Compared to other breeds, Bulldogs are not very active animals. Bulldog puppies, however, tend to be quite active until they reach adulthood.
Due to their relatively low activity level, Bulldogs do well in both houses and apartments. They're great with children and other pets, although they tend to be possessive of their food. These friendly dogs don't usually live more than nine years and don't do well in hot climates. See Concerns in Brachycephalic Breeds.
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