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Bull terrier Breed Information

This breed was developed in the year 1800, and was used for bull fights. They were bred from bull dog, and also Old English terrier. Other than in bull fighting, this breed was used herd dogs, watch dogs and also as guard dogs. This breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club in the year 1885. They are strong and powerful breed, with muscular appearance. They have a short as well as round body. Their head is round an also oval in shape. They have small ears, lying very close to each other. The coat covering the skin of this breed is short and also dense in appearance. The coat of the breed is harsh in texture. They are available in black, fawn and also red colour. They are generally very calm and also gentle. They are very protective as well as defensive of their master. They are fearless, brave, loving and also affectionate. They are very obedient and hence are easy to train. They are very attached to their master, and also family they are calm and gentle around kids, but if not properly trained then they might become aggressive towards children. They can be aggressive towards strangers and also other dogs and this can be avoided with proper socialization from early stage. The average height of a healthy bull terrier is 51 cm to 62 cm, and the average weight is 21 kg to 37 kg. If they are given proper exercise, they can easily adjust in an apartment. Daily exercise is unavoidable for this breed. They should be taken out for long walks, and also occasional off the leash play. If they are not properly exercised, they might become lazy and also destructive. They are easy to groom. They should be brushed and also combed every day, in order to avoid skin infections. You should be careful not to over feed your bull terrier, because they might develop eating disorders. They are prone to health conditions like, heart defects, kidney failures, and also skin allergies. The average life expectancy of this breed is 10 years to 12 years



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