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Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
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Overview
Nearly extinct after WWII, the American Bulldog was saved by the efforts of one man named John D. Johnson. Originally used for the blood sport of bull baiting, this breed became prized by farmers for their intelligence, working abilities, stamina, and protective nature. American Bulldogs were also used to hunt wild boar, bear, raccoon, and squirrel. Considered to be a rare breed, the American Bulldog is ranked number one for their versatile capabilities.
Character
The American Bulldog is extremely athletic, powerful, and muscular. Strong and agile, this breed is very swift and is capable of leaping heights of six feet or more. They are brave, alert, courageous, and fearlessly determined.

Does your American Bulldog bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
American Bulldogs are typically friendly, happy, and devoted. They get along very well with children but due to their size are best suited for homes with older considerate children. They will generally do well with other dogs they have been raised with but do not do well with other small household pets or cats. The American Bulldog is a faithful and loyal companion that has strong guarding instincts. They are reserved and wary of strangers and aggressive toward dogs they do not know. This breed is not recommended for the novice dog owner.
Care
The short coat is easy to groom. Regular brushing with a firm bristle brush will help minimize loose hair. Bathing should only be done when necessary using a mild shampoo. A relatively healthy breed, the American Bulldog may be prone to hip dysplasia.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The American Bulldog has a close fitting coat that is short and harsh. The coat color comes in solid white, with various combinations and patterns of brown, tan, red, and brindle. This breed is an average shedder.
Training
Early intense socialization and obedience training are an absolute must for this breed. They will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with firmness, fairness, patience, and consistency. The American Bulldogs talents include tracking, hunting, schutzhund, weight pulling, and guarding. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new American Bulldog puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The American Bulldog does best when they are given a job to do. They enjoy frequent securely leashed walks, family play sessions, and romping in the yard. This breed does best on a farm with room to roam or in a home with a large fenced yard. They will do okay in an apartment dwelling provided they are given sufficient exercise, attention, and stimulation. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
Male: 70-120; Female: 60-100 lbs
Height
Male: 22-28; Female: 20-26 inches
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white, brindle, brown, red, or tan
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Intoxicating Bullies
Member Since: May 2007
Location: Palm Springs, California
I have American Bulldog puppies for sale! See My Profile
We are a small kennel located in Menifee, California. We look to produce healthy hybrid (Scott/Johnson) American Bulldogs with excellent temperament and working ability. Our dogs are not kept in kennels and have free run of the backyard. NKC and ABA registered. OFA and NCL tested! Microchip and Shipping available.

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Anonymous asked:
Do female American Bulldogs let their guard down around males when they first go into heat?

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There is not 'guard' as you say. When a female goes into heat, she goes through three stages. The first stage is when a females vulva starts to swell and she will start to excrete blood. At this stage, she will not allow a male to mount her. The second stage is when the blood will turn to a pale pink and/or a clean mucus and that is when a female will allow a male to mount her. The third stage is when the vulva starts to shrink, the female can excrete a pale pink to mild red mucus again that is normal. She will not allow a male to mount her at the end of her cycle.

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If I was considering an American Bulldog puppy, I would be most concerned about?

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Size, temperament and hip problems would be the three main things for me. But getting your pup from a reputable, responsible and knowledgeable breeder is the best way to get a well-bred pup. The dog should grow to be in the standard and it's temperament should be playful and happy-go-lucky with people and dogs. No fear or shyness as that can lead to aggression problems. And then making sure that the sire and dam have had their health checks to ensure that your pup has the best start with life as possible.

Anonymous

If you were considering an American Bulldog, your greatest concern depends on the home you bring the pup into. A general concern for me and most who purchased pups from me (I have owned American Bulldogs since 1994) is temperament. Be sure that your pup is sound. If their really shy, scary, or is showing any other behavior which may indicate a lack of confidence ... this can be a problem in the future. Just keep in mind that like humans, dogs have their own personalities too. A well bred American Bulldog should be very sound.

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What are some warning signs to consider as a new puppy parent before bringing an American Bulldog into my home?

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As long as you've done your research on the breed, the breeder and have spent some face-time with the breed and the puppy you are getting, as well as the sire and dam, being a new puppy parent is different for all. But make sure you do three things for your pup, get him/her into a vet on a regular basis; sign your puppy up for puppy obedience classes with a positive reinforcement trainer and socialize, socialize, socialize your puppy as much as you can.

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There are a lot of American Bulldog breeders out there but a few quality ones who breed for temperament and confirmation. Both of which are important for a happy and healthy dog. American bulldogs are not for everyone. They are a guardian dog and need a firm and loving hand since they do tend to be stubborn. As with any dog, you should get a vet check and keep it up on a regular basis. Socialization from the age of a puppy is key.

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My American Bulldog puppy hasn't eaten in 24 hours should I be concerned? My American Bulldog has also been throwing up like clem and has been sleeping all day. He has the occasional drink of water. He has no interest in playing or even going out for a walk.

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That's a huge red flag. It's time to go to the vet. Depending on the age of your pup, you could be looking at worms or even parvo. Get him to the vet as soon as possible and bring a stool sample if you can.

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Are American Bulldogs good for a senior male? How much exercise do American Bulldogs require?

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The American Bulldog is a very active breed of dog that is not for beginner owners. They need positive reinforcement training with a firm handler that understands dog behavior. They need structured exercise every day or they can become destructive. Two hours of exercise a day is a good day for an American Bulldog. Socialization and training incorporated in their daily exercise is a great way to make sure that your American Bulldog is well socialized and a good dog. Although they can be aloof with strangers, the American Bulldog should be confident in strange or new situations, always looking to his/her owner for guidance. They are powerfully strong dogs and must be taught manner's through positive reinforcement training from and early age, and training will continue throughout the dogs life.

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