English Bulldog facts

Bulldogs originally were used to drive cattle to market and to compete in a bloody sport called bullbaiting. Today, they’re gentle companions who love kids. A brief walk and a nap on the sofa is just this dog breed’s speed.

– The perfect Bulldog must be of medium size and smooth coat; with heavy, thick-set, low-swung body, massive short-faced head, wide shoulders and sturdy limbs. The general appearance and attitude should suggest great stability, vigor and strength. The disposition should be equable and kind, resolute and courageous (not vicious or aggressive), and demeanor should be pacific and dignified. These attributes should be countenanced by the expression and behavior. bulldog puppies Bulldog (Dog Breed) Dog (Domesticated Animal) bulldog attack bulldog fight bulldog funny
– Bulldogs can be stubborn and lazy. Your mature Bulldog may not be very enthusiastic about going to a walk, but it’s important that he is exercised every day to keep him fit.
– Bulldogs can’t tolerate heat and humidity. When your Bulldog is outdoors, watch him carefully for signs of overheating and take him inside immediately if he starts to show distress. Some people put kiddy play pools filled with water in a shaded spot for their Bulldogs to lie in when the weather is warm and everyone is outside. They definitely are housedogs and should not live outdoors all of the time.
– Bulldogs are sensitive to cold weather.
– Bulldogs wheeze, snort, and snore. They also are prone to sleep apnea.
– Bulldogs are well-known for having flatulence. If this problem seems excessive with yours, talk to your vet.
– Bulldogs’ short noses make them prone to a number of respiratory ailments.
– Bulldogs can have pinched nostrils that make it difficult for them to breathe and may require surgery to correct.
– Bulldogs are greedy eaters and will overeat if given the chance. Since they gain weight easily, they can quickly become obese if you don’t monitor their food intake.