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Bull Terrier
Bull Terrier

Country of Origin: Great Britain

Group: Terriers

Section: Bull type Terriers

Original Function: dog fighting

Todays Function: companion

Dimension Male: 51-61 cm

Dimension Female: 51-61 cm

Weight Male: 20-36 kg

Weight Female: 20-36 kg

Litter Size: 1-9 puppies, average 5

Life span: 11-14 years

Other Names: English Bull Terrier

Colors: White or any color with white markings. brindle, fawn, brown and tan are common colors with or witho

Living: The bull terrier can live in small spaces such as an apartment with enough exercise. they will do we



A thick-set muscular, well-proportioned animal, the Bull Terrier has a short, dense coat that comes in pure white, black, brindle, red, fawn and tri-color. Its most distinctive feature is its head, which is almost flat at the top, sloping evenly down to the end of the nose with no stop. The eyes are small, dark, almond-shaped and closely set. The body is full and round, while the shoulders are robust and muscular and the tail is carried horizontally.


Exuberant, comical, playful, assertive and very mischievous describes the bull terrier. It is an imaginative breed that often sees things its own way and is stubborn to the end. It needs daily physical and mental exercise lest it exercise its powerful jaws on your home. For all its tough bravado, this is an extremely sweet-natured, affectionate and devoted breed. It can be aggressive with other dogs and small animals.


The bull terrier needs to be entertained, either with a good exercise session or mental stimulation every day � preferably both. This is an active breed that enjoys a good run, but it is best to run it only in a safe area. It should not stay outdoors except in temperate weather, but it should live primarily as a house dog with access to a yard. Coat care is minimal.


The Bull Terrier is easy to groom. An occasional combing and brushing will do. This breed is an average shedder, shedding twice a year. You can remove loose hair by a daily rubdown with a special rubber glove. White hairs are more noticeable than the colo


Major concerns: deafness whites,, kidney problems

Minor concerns: heart problems, patellar luxation

Occasionally seen: lens luxation

Suggested tests: hearing whites,, UP:UC ratio for kidney function, cardiac, eye,