The mischievous Miniature Bull Terrier is a lot of fun with a 'pawsome' comical sense of humour. Strongly built, and muscular, they may be fun but they're also absolutely fearless. The body is well rounded with a short, strong back and their head is long and oval-looking in shape, they have black noses and deep-set, dark eyes the shape of almonds. Their ears are small, thin and close together and they have a long neck that is very muscular which ends in a pair of sturdy shoulders. The tail is set low and somewhat on the short side, carried horizontally. Their coat is either pure white or white down the throat and belly with a couple of other more predominant colours thrown in. It is dense, short, flat and not as soft as other breeds' coats. In fact it can be a little harsh to the touch.
In every way Minis are like the regular Bull Terrier, but... you know... smaller.
Miniature Bull Terriers like their food so make sure you carefully monitor their food intake as they do have a tendency to put on weight with ease. If you have another dog, it might be worth feeding them seperately, otherwise your mini may help himself to two meals!
The smooth, short-haired coat is a cinch to groom: just brush on a regular basis with a firm bristle brush, and get him in the bath once every two weeks in the warmer months and once a month when the colder weather sets in. It's also recommended to rub them down with a piece of towelling or chamois as this will make their coat shine, and won't your dog feel handsome?
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