Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier

They have a historical record as fighting dogs. The breeds are used in dog fighting, even today. This breed of dog was originally used in dog figthing. Dog fighting is a blood sport. This prohibited sport was once completely legal all over the world.

Bull Terrier is a profoundly smart breed of dog and mental training is crucial.

Bull Terrier cause less problems with shedding set side by side other breeds. The breeds demands profoundly little brushing and grooming.

Bull Terrier is profoundly easy to train. Even for beginners it's not bothersome to habituate this breed of dog. Careful is crucial as the Bull Terrier is a profoundly conscious breed of dog. These creatures are very energetic and even long and demanding trips will not be a concern. The dog breed requires ample of physical training.

The breeds is usually against visitor. The Bull Terrier posesses is combative and may act aggressively towards other dogs. These dogs are profoundly friendly towards children and they are a priceless choice for families with small children. The Bull Terrier have a tendency to act like a predator. They will show exaggerated predatory tendencies from time to time. They will instinctively nip.

This dog breed tend to bark loudly and excessively. Although the Bull Terrier can live in profoundly hot climates, it's not the ideal contidions for this breed of dog. Although they may live in colder climates, this is not ideal. This dog breed is known to be profoundly playful. The Bull Terrier is known for its wanderlust. Keep them on a leash! These dogs will usually not mind being left home alone for a few hours every day.

Developed in: the Bull Terrier breed was developed in England.

Classification of Bull Terrier: Bull Terrier is recognized in the FCI book. The dog breed is approved in the section «Bull type Terriers» (3.3) in the classification «Terriers». FCI ID for bull terrier is 11 and was added to the book 2008-11-04. American Kennel Club categorizes the dog breed as «Terriers». United Kennel Club acknowledges the dog breed as «Terriers» in their book. Canadian Kennel Club categorizes the dog breed as «Terriers».

Bull Terrier Health problems: Sadly, they may attain severe health problems. Skin contidion is immense with the Bull Terrier. Deafness is common in this breed of dog. Furthermore, they may have health problems such as patella problems.

The breeds physical traits: This breed is somewhat middle-sized. Dogs will get 20 to 24 inches tall. Bitches will get 20 to 24 inches tall. Dogs weighs 45 to 80 pounds. Bitches can weigh 45 to 80 pounds. The dog breed have a high potential to get overweight if not exercised properly. The bull terrier has medium sized upright ears. is usually somewhat short. The body type of the Bull Terrier is muscular. The hanging low tail is . They have a common-sized muzzle. The coat is short.

Colors of this breed of dog is usually white, black, tri-color, brindle, red, and fawn.

Additional information about the bull terrier: Predicted years to live for a bull terrier is 10 to 12 years. Number of cubs is usually 1 to 9 puppies. The dog breed is usually not bothersome to discover for sale in the market. The bull terrier were originally bred for dog fights and later as a sporting companion. Bull Terrier will sometimes be mentioned as Standard Bull Terrier, English Standard Bull Terrier.

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