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American Bulldog


Other Names

Bulldog

History

The American Bulldog comes from the English Bulldog which are believed to have started breeding in the 1500s. They were used in bull bating and as working dogs.

Appearance

Faster and larger than French or English Bulldog, strong, large legs and chest, stocky.

Color and Coat

Short coated, mostly white with patches of color.

Height

20-28 inches

Weight

60-120 lbs

Activity Level

Medium

Tempermant

Can be aggressive with strangers and other animals, confident, alert, loyal, affectionate with children, protective

Other Facts

American Bulldogs need exercise and consistency in training. They should be properly socialized at a young age. American Bulldogs tend to slobber and drool a lot.
 
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