English Bulldog

English Bulldog

English Bulldog


The English Bulldog is known as one of the gentlest breeds you'll find anywhere, which may be one of the reasons they are also quite popular. Initially, they were bred for baiting bull. However, now they're amazingly gentle and quite affectionate dogs. This breed does quite well with children as they're sturdy and can handle playing children.


English Bulldogs don't need a lot of exercise, but they should have occasional short walks. They tire easily and since they have flat muzzles, there should always be water on hand.


Use a rubber brush to take away any dead or loose hair on the English Bulldog. Combing also gets rid of a lot of the hair. This is an average shedding breed and don't need to be bathed unless it's necessary. Their mouth needs regular cleaning as well as a damp washcloth used under the folds of their skin.


The English Bulldog is stocky with a short nose and adores attention. They're quite loving, gentle and reliable, which makes them the ideal companion for adults and children. Although this breed is more suited to humans, but they also get on well with other dogs and cats. They also look to their owner for guidance.


English Bulldogs have very short coats. They're nearly always made from straight, smooth and flat hair lying close the body. The texture is fine.


English Bulldogs can show some domination in their behavior and must have a firm owner to handle him. They make great pets for loving families and show lots of attention and love. These dogs expect that attention and love in return. They're exception guard dogs when they've been trained correctly.


English Bulldogs need firmness and consistency in training. They're rather lazy and don't need a lot of activity to make friends. They make great guard or watch dogs, and need a dominant owner in order for them remain well mannered.