English Bulldogs have a sweet disposition, are predictable, dependable and excellent with children. They make fine apartment pets and therefore do not require a yard. Typically low-endurance dogs, they need only a moderate amount of exercise. The English bulldog has a sweet, gentle disposition. The English Bulldog is a wonderful family pet. People-oriented as a breed, he actively solicits human attention. The English bulldog’s skin is loose and pendant with heavy wrinkles. It has thick folds on the face and a dewlap hanging from the throat. The coat is short and fine textured. The various color patterns are brindle, piebald, and solid white, red, fawn or fallow.
History of the English Bulldog
The time track of the English Bulldog is as unique as its distinctive face. First in England as a crossbred between the pug and the mastiff, the Bulldog’s main purpose was as an entertainment dog in the sport of bull-baiting, a popular game back in history. Today, with its clownish and amiable personality, it has also become a favorite among American bulldog owners. It also acts as a mascot of institutions throughout the world. The Bulldog, as a good-luck piece, represents his own strength in the face of adversity and battle. Hence the United Kingdom, the U.S. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps uses them as well as hundreds of businesses, schools, universities and sports teams.
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