English Bulldog: breed description
English Bulldog is a medium-sized dog, massive, with a short muzzle.
The collective image of the Englishman in the 18th century was called John Bull and was often depicted accompanied by an English bulldog. John Bull and his bulldog became the embodiment of calm strength, self-confidence and generosity. And by the beginning of the 20th century, the bulldog became a completely self-sufficient symbol of freedom and power of Great Britain.
The English bulldog is balanced, courageous, unperturbed, a little phlegmatic. He prefers unhurried walks in cool weather, he does not tolerate heat well. Be careful, this dog is very sensitive to overheating.
English bulldogs do not bark in vain; they are good to other pets living in the same family. However, they can seriously quarrel with a strange dog.
Representatives of the breed require special skin care (especially folds on the face) and careful attention to feeding. The bulldog quickly gets tired and often suffers from shortness of breath. He may have trouble breathing.
Representatives of the breed snore loudly.
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Life span||7 - 9 years old|
|Growth at the withers||30 - 36 cm|
|Weight||23 - 25 kg|