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Bull dog Breed Information

This breed was originally developed in British Isles, and believed to have descended from Asiatic mastiff. They were used in bull fighting until the 19th century, but now they are used as watch dogs, guard dogs, and also as family companions. This breed is medium in size, and is also very compact. They have a massive head and are covered with numerous folds. They have small ears, wide muzzle, and also large nostrils. Their teeth are set in under bite. Their tail is either found straight or in some cases they are screwed. The coat covering the body of this breed is short and glossy in texture. They are available in combinations of red, pale yellow and also solid white. Even though this breed is massive in size, they are very gentle and calm. They are very brave and also fearless. They are very loving and affectionate towards their master. They are excellent companions for children. They are courageous and are perfect choice as guard dogs. They love the care and attention they get. If they are not properly rained properly, they might tend to become dominating. They can be aggressive around strangers and also other dogs, in order to avoid that, they should be socialized properly. They can also be highly protective of their master at certain times. Do not over feed your bull, or else they might develop eating disorders. The average height and weight of a healthy male bull dog is 32 cm to 40 cm, and 24 kg to 26 kg respectively. In case of female dogs, the average height and weight of this breed is 32 cm to 36 cm, and 22 kg to 24 kg. They can live comfortably in an apartment. They are best kept close to their human companions, rather than keeping them out in a kennel. They should be taken out for daily exercise. Walks, jogs and also off the leash plays are important to keep this breed mentally physically and also mentally stable. They are mostly affected by eye infections, and skin infections. They are also prone to hip dysplasia, and elbow dysplasia. The average life span of this breed is 8 years.



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