Bull Terrier

The Bull Terrier has a long, strong skull shape and a sturdy, deep chested frame. This breed excels as a show dog and family companion. With an energetic and fun loving personality, the Bull Terrier needs an owner who isn't afraid to enforce their training. For this reason, they are not recommended for novice owners.

 

 

Country of Origin
Great Britian
Colour
This cheeky pooch features a mostly white coat with black, brindle, red, fawn or tricolour also possible colour variations.
Size
Large
Height / Weight
This breed measures 45 - 61cms and normally weighs around 25 – 35kgs.
Health
Common ailments in Bull Terriers include deafness, Umbilical Hernias, kidney, heart and skin problems.
Life Span
10 - 13 years.
Intelligence
Bull Terriers are fun-loving and intelligent dogs. With a firm and consistent training method, this dog will normally learn quite quickly although can have a stubborn streak.
Exercise
Medium
Suitability (Children)
Low
Feeding

With a big appetite, this bred has the tendency to become overweight. They require a normal doggy diet.

 

 

Feeding Cost
$15 to $20
Other Cost
Excercise
With plenty of exercise, this breed will thrive. They love to play games and run freely.
Ailments
Common ailments in Bull Terriers include deafness, Umbilical Hernias, kidney, heart and skin problems.
Hair Shed
Little
Grooming

The use of a grooming mitt a couple of times a week is all the grooming this breed needs.

 

 

Grooming Frequency
Once a week
Trimming
None
Crossbred with a Bulldog and Terrier, this breed was originally developed as a fighting dog. Today they are known for their guarding ability and companionship. They are now a very popular breed in Great Britain as is their smaller cousin, the Miniature Bull Terrier. In 1885, the Bull Terrier was officially recognised by the American Kennel Club.


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