Bull Dog Breeds

Bull dog breeds are among some of the most popular in the world. These dogs are unique, loyal and affectionate – any family would be lucky to have one of these magnificent creatures residing in their homes.

Traits of Bull Dog BreedsBull Dog Breeds - English Bulldog

When you think about the Bulldog, you probably have a tough, scary dog in your mind. While it is true that Bulldogs are not a dog to mess around with (they were once used to bait bulls!), they are actually very sweet, patient and loving to their masters. Team that up with amazing qualities like courage, strength, tenacity (hence the phrase “stubborn as a bulldog”), you’ve got yourself a pet that you will treasure for life.

Seeing the exceptional traits that Bulldogs have, many breeders have actually developed Bull Dog breeds to suit the taste of different personalities and preferences. While this article is not an opinion piece on whether or not this practice is advisable, all I can say is that the resulting hybrid of dogs have generally come out great and such a benefit to the families that have adopted them.

Types of Bull Dog Breeds

What are some of these Bull Dog breeds? The most common one that we refer to when we talk about the Bulldog is the English Bulldog. Yes, the one closely associated with Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister. Other popular Bulldog hybrids include American Bulldog, Boston Terrier, Boxer, French Bulldog, Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog, Valley Bulldog, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier, Bull Mastiff, and the Banter Bulldogge.

These different breeds have a few differences in look and temperament, but they generally reflect the personality of the Bulldog we all know and love. It is important to note that whichever one of the Bull Dog breeds you choose to adopt, you need to take care of them well. Feed them healthy dog food, exercise them regularly, and have them examined by the vet once in a while. This will keep dog sicknesses at bay and make sure that they are as happy and healthy as possible at all times.

 

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