English Bulldog Dog

The English bulldog, also known as the bulldog and the British bulldog, is a medium-sized, short-legged, broad-bodied and muscular dog.

The Bulldog has wrinkles on his face that result from the extra skin on the skull and forehead.

Bulldogs are susceptible to heat, and they aren't able to handle extreme temperatures and any temperature higher than 24 degrees. Celsius is a source of irritation for them.

Bulldogs were originally bred to compete in bull-baiting, from where the word 'bull' became associated with their name.

The English Bulldog can weight between 49 and 55 pounds at a dog's shoulder height of 12 to 16 inches.

The dog is deep-set dark eyes. The ears of the dog are placed high on top of the head and are tiny and thin. The dog's jaws are massive and create a look that is wide and square.

Bulldogs are generally friendly and sweet. However, it doesn't mean that the Bulldog isn't courageous. If this dog can participate in bull-baiting, that dog is bold enough.

The coat of your dog's coat should be brushed using bristles at least each day. You can care for your dog's skin by wiping it clean using a moist cloth each day.

Dental hygiene is another crucial aspect of grooming your Bulldog. Your English Bulldog's nails should be cut at least once every 20 days.

The coat of the English Bulldog dog can be of black, brindle, brown, red, white, yellow color, and the characteristic of the coat is fine and short.

English Bulldog is a funny looking Bulldog breed English Bulldog, its life span can be 8 to 10 years till the end of life of old dog.

Most often, they are low-endurance dogs. English bulldogs are lovable and are pleasant and sweet. They can be trusted, reliable and are great with children.