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Bull Terrier

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Weight
Male: 55-65; Female: 45-55 lbs
Height
21-22 inches
Color(s)
white variety: white, with markings on head permissible; colored variety: any color other than white, or any color with white markings; brindle prefer
Overview
The Bull Terrier is a cross between the Bulldog and the Old English Terrier with a bit of Spanish Pointer in his bloodline. This breed originated in 1830 to attack bull in this sport of combat. They were soon replaced in 1850 with the White Cavalier and have since been used for many different things. The Bull Terrier has been used as a guard dog, a ratter, a herder, and a watchdog and does extremely well in all.
Character
The Bull Terrier is a lively breed but can also be lazy and quiet at times. A very muscular and well-built breed, this dog has a very sweet disposition and can be very affectionate. This dog requires an experienced handler as they can become dominant without the right training and socialization. The Bull Terrier is a very polite breed that is naturally obedient, however does need extensive training and requires a great deal of companionship.
Temperament
Fiery, energetic, and loving, this breed can also be protective of his owner and his territory, giving off somewhat of a fearless presence. This breed makes a good watch and/or guard dog. The Bull Terrier is very hardy and sturdy and can tolerate quite a bit of child's play, however should always be supervised, as Bull Terriers can be snippy if they are overly pestered. With proper socialization and training, this breed can do well with other dogs.
Care
The Bull Terrier does not require much grooming, and an occasional brushing with a rubber brush should be sufficient. Hand plucking may be necessary for dead hairs, but is usually cared for with a brush or comb. This breed is an average shedder, shedding only around twice a year. Removing loose hair should be simple when using a special rubber glove designed for such a task. Ear cleaning is necessary to prevent any difficulties in the future.
Coat
The coat of the Bull Terrier should always be short, flat and harsh, even being somewhat coarse to the touch. The hair should always be glossy and should be close lying. This breed should have tight skin, never wrinkly or saggy. Grooming this breed is fairly simple as the coat is very short. However, the Bull Terrier should be protected from the cold.
Training
Being somewhat willful and very independent, the Bull Terrier can be difficult to train. Obedience training should be started at an early age to avoid any issues in the future. Being that this breed is prone to dominance issues, firm and dominant handling is a must to prevent escalation into aggression. Bull Terriers are very eager to please although they can be very stubborn and difficult to train in any aspect.
Activity
The Bull Terrier is a very lively breed. A ball of fire, this dog requires quite a bit of exercise to stay healthy and active. At least a medium sized yard would work best as this breed has almost infinite energy. This breed requires long daily walks, twice a day is best, as they can become destructive if not given the proper stimulation and exercise requirements.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Bull Terrier puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

2/9/2014 4:40:23 PM

2/9/2014 4:40:23 PM

Is the bull terrier very protective of its owner? Is the bull very protective of its owner ??

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Anonymous

Not really as bull terrier's weren't bred for guarding. I got boxed in the face on my estate, I had my bull terrier with me and it started barking at me. The mastiff breeds are more protective
4/20/2014 9:40:11 PM

Anonymous

Not really as Bull Terriers weren't bred for guarding, my mates have been robbed while they were walking there bull terrier. That wouldnt happen if u were walking a mastiff breed.
7/4/2014 9:38:41 PM

Anonymous

a bull terrier is very loyal, protective and jelouse of its owner with other dogs!!
7/15/2014 6:09:10 PM

Anonymous

To be honest, Bull Terrier's arent really agressive unless trained to be. I visited a home with a bull terrier and she had to be muzzled because she would attack people she didnt know. Probably because she wasnt trained well but around her family she was very loving including with smaller kids
9/4/2014 7:23:07 PM

Anonymous

I have a issue with a bull terrier that has to be muzzled, unless at the Vet's. Best to put the dog in a crate when you have visitors. I do that because mine gets so excited and leaps on people.
1/12/2015 12:31:14 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/17/2013 1:33:41 PM

10/17/2013 1:33:41 PM

ARE BULL TERRIERS A BREED OF PIT BULL trying to register bull terrier and city says it is part of the pit bull breed so they won't allow pit bulls in town.

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Anonymous

If its a pedigree bull terrier its not a pit bull terrier, but a pi tbull type along with staffys, bull terriers and I.s.b.t some say the American bulldog is also a pit bull type. But as long as its not American pit bull terrier it shouldn't be a problem
4/20/2014 9:47:06 PM

Anonymous

no, a bull terriers lineage of breed extends to white english terriers, bull dogs, and dalmatians/greyhounds.
9/4/2014 7:23:59 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/21/2013 12:42:13 AM

8/21/2013 12:42:13 AM

what two breeds make the pitbull terrier? what two breds make the pit bull terrier?

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Anonymous

Its not really known, but the pitbull defo comes from its smaller english cousin the staffy, then american breeders added mastiff blood to increase its weight, and height, and give it a larger, powerful head, primarily for dog fighting.
4/20/2014 9:52:49 PM

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3/6/2013 10:32:05 PM

3/6/2013 10:32:05 PM

How to address 12 Week Old Pup Biting We need suggestions on how best to address our 12 week old English Bull Terrier's biting. While he is getting a bit better with our consistently telling him "no" and substituting chew toys, he is still biting. If he is told "no bite" in a stern voice, he has a tendency to growl & bite in return. Your help & suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

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Anonymous

There are two ways to teach a puppy to stop biting. First, when your dog bites, yelp loudly, get up and leave the room. Ignore the pup for 10 - 20 seconds and then go back to him and play with him again. If that does not work, when he bites you, take his upper lip and squeeze it against his teeth. What this teaches him is that when he has human flesh in his mouth, he bites himself.
7/9/2014 10:18:49 PM

Anonymous

i would advise against squeezing a bull terriers mouth as they would take that as a challenge and continue playing like that. what i would do is dominate them and yell at them and maybe slap their snout firmly and they should know that they arent allowe to do that
9/4/2014 7:26:05 PM

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2/10/2013 12:48:01 PM

2/10/2013 12:48:01 PM

how many days after my bull terrier goes on heat should she copulate

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Anonymous

7-10 days do progesterone testing
7/5/2014 9:05:36 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/3/2013 12:04:27 PM

2/3/2013 12:04:27 PM

How old must the Bull Terrier puppies be before dewormed and injected

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Anonymous

Most vets deworm and give the first distemper max5 shot at 6 weeks of age.
8/12/2013 1:25:36 PM

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1/9/2013 1:56:35 PM

1/9/2013 1:56:35 PM

stop dog from be scary how to make bull terrier fearless of other dogs

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Anonymous

It doesn't take much effort to make a s.b.t fearless they are born fearless, it takes great courage to fight a angry bull 20 times your size, iv had most types of bullterriers, the legal ones and all of them were fearless naturally, for it to become fearless towards all dogs is to keep it away from all dogs so it becomes anti social, and use aggressive words such as, watch em ! And kill. But I believe that would be a massive mistake, it wouldn't be fair on the dog
4/20/2014 10:45:01 PM

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11/28/2012 9:22:21 AM

11/28/2012 9:22:21 AM

Average Gestation for Bullie We Have had our girl bull terrier mated because we want to keep a pup for showing. Mum already doing well at shows. I know 63 days gestation for most dogs but some breeds can whelp a little early/ late just wondering if bullies are different. I have researched a lot but cant find any info on this. Thanks in anticipation

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11/11/2012 6:22:23 PM

11/11/2012 6:22:23 PM

what should a bull terrier weigh at 9 months old

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Anonymous

depends, some bull terriers depending on what subtype they are more dominant in may weigh or measure differently. husky ones should weigh between 25-35 pounds.
9/4/2014 7:27:13 PM

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11/8/2012 10:18:19 AM

11/8/2012 10:18:19 AM

when does a staffy bitch stop growing

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Anonymous

I have had bitch staffs my whole life, when they reach around 12 months old they wont really get no taller, but they will gain weight, they fill out for the next couple of years up until they get to 3 years old, they wont get no bigger from then, that's the age that they are in there prime.
4/20/2014 9:59:31 PM

Anonymous

At 12 months it wouldnt get much taller, and it would mature, and fill out until 3 years of age
7/4/2014 9:43:56 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/28/2012 3:13:26 PM

9/28/2012 3:13:26 PM

I got 9 month old male Bull Terrier. I recently got another one female Bull Terrier, shes about... I got 9 month old male Bull Terrier. I recently got another one female Bull Terrier, shes about 4 months old. The problem I got is that the male one keeps attacking the puppy. 70 percent of time they are playing with each other sharing toys and all that stuff. By attacking I mean hes actually biting her. The thing is most of the time its cause of attention like if I would pet older one and puppy would come he will attack. Some times it happens for no reason. Both dogs guard their food but older one starts biting if she comes anywhere near him while hes eating. Puppy just growls at him when he trys to steal her food. I dont want to neuter him cause I want them to make some puppies when they both be about 2-3 years old

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Anonymous

We rescued a male bully ,he was two .A year later we rescued a female bully ,same age Both were neutered and spayed It was love at first sight. We had them for ten years. In August 2012 ,she died of cancer. He went into a huge depression and is still very depressed A few months after she died,we returned and rescued another 6 yo spayed female bully For the first few days they seemed to get along well Then she started to attack him whenever she had the opportunity After a scary week ,we had to return her She probably had to be the only dog in a home My guess is that not all dogs are compatible We plan to try again with another bully rescue because we love having two dogs in the family
1/18/2013 3:00:04 PM

Anonymous

Once an attack occurs, they must be separated.. It is only unfinished business.. Bull Terrier owner, one at a time here.
1/11/2015 9:28:43 AM

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9/13/2012 12:50:27 PM

9/13/2012 12:50:27 PM

We have a 5yr old male labrador. We were recently given an 8wk old male ebt - will they be able... We have a 5yr old male labrador. We were recently given an 8wk old male ebt - will they be able to live together safely as when the puppy grows to be an adult? At the moment they get along well but we have been told the ebt will probably attack the lab when hes older

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Anonymous

Male Bull Terriers tend to be very dominant, make sure you let them know that you are the pack leader not him. It will also help to get him neutered, as this will help also. Make sure that you socialize your Bully, dog parks, fairs, I even take my Bully to the mall. So that they are familiar with any situation and they know that my husband and I are the pack leaders not the other way around. Again, socialize, socialize, socialize, it will help prevent issues in the future.
9/26/2012 5:29:21 PM

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9/3/2012 1:37:46 PM

9/3/2012 1:37:46 PM

how old are the english bull terriers when their ears point up?

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Anonymous

around the 2 month and a half mark english bull terrier ears should already be up by then
9/24/2013 1:49:58 AM

Anonymous

Some go up quicker then others.. Have Breeder Tape them for you if they are floppy.. My English Bull Terrier girl's ears were up by 10 weeks.. My boy still has a floppy ear. It was taped many times. He was older when I got him and breeder never taped his ears.
1/11/2015 9:32:24 AM

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8/27/2012 9:55:58 PM

8/27/2012 9:55:58 PM

We've recently acquired a 10-14 month old stray female Bull terrier (possibly mixed). She was... We've recently acquired a 10-14 month old stray female Bull terrier (possibly mixed). She was recused from a bad neighborhood. She is great with children and women but attacks men on sight. It started with just mild barks and growls but after owning her for nearly a month her aggression towards men has gotten out of hand. Recently she bit one of my male relatives rather forcefully and we had to restrain her from doing more. We have fallen in love with her but we have to cage her or put her outside anytime a man comes over. Given how stubborn and independent the breed can be, are we too late to get her training to stop this or is it too set in?

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Anonymous asked:

8/23/2012 4:27:27 PM

8/23/2012 4:27:27 PM

I have a10 month old bully boy, he is nervous of everything even tho i have had him socialized... I have a10 month old bully boy, he is nervous of everything even tho i have had him socialized around town from a young age. He is good off lead and good with other dogs but any noise or strange people he gets nervous. Would getting another bully give him more confidence or make him worse?

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Anonymous asked:

8/12/2012 6:54:35 PM

8/12/2012 6:54:35 PM

I want to walk my neighbors Bull Terrier, but it does not get much exercise so i am worried -... I want to walk my neighbors Bull Terrier, but it does not get much exercise so i am worried - should i be?

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Anonymous

Exercise for bullies is an absolute. They are very energetic and playful pets. Give him plenty of room around other pets and always keep him on a leash. Why didn't they buy a poodle or breed that doesn't require exercise?
11/26/2012 11:13:20 AM

Anonymous asked:

8/3/2012 9:13:55 PM

8/3/2012 9:13:55 PM

What is the best diet to make your bull terrier grow as much as possible and at what age should... What is the best diet to make your bull terrier grow as much as possible and at what age should you start this diet ?

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Anonymous

Ive got a 75 percent irish staff, and 25 percent stud american bulldog, and from 6 months old iv gave him rice, pasta, beef, and sardines (1 tin a day good for bones) he's 3 years old now and he's a beast, massive, with 3 to 5 45 minuite walks a day. He's buy far the hardest dog on the estate lol, but good food for your dog costs about 6 times more than regular dog food, but u get out wot u put in, my dog bosun has grow to be militant, he's by far the strongest pitbull type dog iv owned, so yea rice, fish, red meat, and pasta with extreme exercise, you will create a dog that makes you proud, and able to turn heads all day
4/20/2014 10:27:30 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/4/2012 3:31:38 PM

7/4/2012 3:31:38 PM

we have a boston terrier and bull terrier mix and when we leave the house she will tear up... we have a boston terrier and bull terrier mix and when we leave the house she will tear up anthing she can even if it is a ten minute trip, how do we break her of this

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Anonymous

Some dogs, and many terrier breed have this more frequently, get very anxious when the owner leaves. The best solution is to crate the dog while you are gone. The crate is the domestic equivalent of a den, which leaves them feeling more secure, and as a bonus, prevents them from becoming so insecure while you are away. To crate train, start by placing treats and having the canine go in after them. Some dogs like a clock wrapped in an old towel to sooth them.
9/25/2012 12:54:59 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/27/2012 6:42:08 PM

6/27/2012 6:42:08 PM

I have a 7 month old female bull terrier. When will she start bleeding? And what should I do?

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Anonymous

It depends, but most breeds will start their heat after they are about a year old. It's not recommended to breed a bitch on her first heat because she's a bit too young still. You could keep her outside in a secure area, but my brother has come up with a neat trick of putting his dog in old boxer-briefs and panty-liners. It works with his dog, but some dogs aren't going to allow it on them.
11/11/2012 6:04:44 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/15/2012 1:01:53 PM

6/15/2012 1:01:53 PM

I just bought a purebred CKC White Bull Terrier. He has 2 large black spots on skin and hair -... I just bought a purebred CKC White Bull Terrier. He has 2 large black spots on skin and hair - one on back and one on but/tail. He also has a lot of black tick mark looking spots under his coat on skin. The skin on his belly is covered with round colored skin spots. It makes me question his true background. However, he and both parents look otherwise like typical Bull Terriers (head, body and eye shape). Is this normal and just faults from breed standard? Are there a lot of all white with disqualifying spots dogs out there and we just don't see a lot of pictures of them because it is undesirable per the breed standard OR Do you think his DNA is in question?

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Anonymous

This is due to the Dalmatian being crossed into this breed many many years ago. It is a common skin coloration, especially in pure white or predominantly White Bull terriers. Hope this helps
7/29/2012 5:09:33 AM

Anonymous

HI we have a 7 month old pure breed English bull terrier he is pure white with a heart shaped patch on his left eye but when you turn him on his back you can see little spots in his skin and on investigating. We were also told it was the dalmatian mix that did this and as they are white you see them where as brindles etc they are hidden.
9/25/2012 12:00:57 PM

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6/2/2012 10:31:54 AM

6/2/2012 10:31:54 AM

My 6 month old bull terrier puppy keeps eating my male bull terriers poo and now she is starting... My 6 month old bull terrier puppy keeps eating my male bull terriers poo and now she is starting to eat her own poo. I have shouted at her and chased her away but she is not breaking the habit. How can I stop it?

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Anonymous

Bad diet try giving her a more protein packed kibble and deworm both dogs she should stop on her own
6/28/2012 1:40:04 PM

Anonymous

You want to keep an eye on your dogs when out and if they should poo pick it up quickly. basically breaking the habit.
7/29/2012 5:10:28 AM

Anonymous

I had this issue for a short time, my husband needed to be more on top of cleaning the dog poo out of our yard, so instead of 1x weekly he does 2x and this has helped curb the issue. It may also be a dietary issue.
9/26/2012 5:32:54 PM

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5/21/2012 4:34:15 PM

5/21/2012 4:34:15 PM

My 3month old bullterrier pup is scared of noises, unknown people, doesn't like others petting... My 3month old bullterrier pup is scared of noises, unknown people, doesn't like others petting her, she just ignores others if they touch her whilst I carry her. Is this normal or it is a good sign of her growing up to be protective?

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Anonymous

Has your bull terrier been socialised from a young age as this is very important with Bull Terriers. You don't want to encourage this type of behaviour and get confident people to approach her and fuss and stroke her regardless of her reaction. Maybe try to get her into some socialising classes.
7/29/2012 5:12:09 AM

Anonymous asked:

5/12/2012 12:19:04 PM

5/12/2012 12:19:04 PM

My 10 month miniture bull terrier has had fresh blood in her feces? Why as first time?

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Anonymous asked:

5/9/2012 7:20:49 AM

5/9/2012 7:20:49 AM

hi we want to adopt a 4yr old male english bull terrier, but we already have an 8yr old west... hi we want to adopt a 4yr old male english bull terrier, but we already have an 8yr old west highland terrier, do you think there will be any conflict? need some help as want to rehome the poor boy, but dont want to upset my old boy.

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Anonymous

I have two Bull Terriers living under the same roof with two West Highland Terriers. The Bull Terriers love to play with the Westies but you know how tempermental the Westies can be. Overall, it is just fine.
7/11/2012 8:55:34 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/5/2012 6:36:15 AM

5/5/2012 6:36:15 AM

How much food a day should my 17week bully be eating. She is on 3 meals a day but always hungry.

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Anonymous

i reccomend 2 1/2 to 3 cups at most.
5/11/2012 12:52:06 PM

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4/25/2012 12:11:32 AM

4/25/2012 12:11:32 AM

How easy is it for a bull terrier to go deaf? im thinkin about gettin one but i know when dogs... How easy is it for a bull terrier to go deaf? im thinkin about gettin one but i know when dogs go deaf they get aggressive thats why i want to know

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Anonymous

If a bull terrier is deaf it would have been born deaf, your puppy should have the BEAR (hearing testing) done and you should get a copy of the BEAR testing with the results. I know of deaf bullies and have never heard of them being aggressive due to deafness.
4/25/2012 9:50:09 PM

Anonymous

I have a 6mo old bullie female, she was born deaf. She was alittle harder to train but she is very sweet towards people. And she does fairly well around other dogs.
4/26/2012 9:35:28 AM

Anonymous

What Belle7 is trying to tell you about is actually called a BAER test (brainstem auditory evoked response) not a "BEAR" test. A BEAR is an animal that lives out in the woods. Deafness is a genetic disorder associated with Bull Terriers. Breeding white on white or having too many white anchestors within the 4 generation pedigree can heighten the chances of this disorder. Conduct proper research on reputable breeders to ensure you're getting one from a breeder that tests for ALL disorders associated with the Bull Terrier breed. Here's some useful information: http://bulliesofnc.com/finding-reputable-bull-terrier-breeder
5/2/2012 1:30:31 AM

Anonymous asked:

4/6/2012 10:23:35 PM

4/6/2012 10:23:35 PM

I have a 10 month old bull terrier and his ears still haven't gone up all the way is that bad?

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Anonymous

You might not have a pure bully there. The ears start to perk up quite early but, of course, as with any animal there exceptions to the rule. Don't worry though, bullies are great dogs despite the ears ;-)
4/25/2012 9:46:36 AM

Anonymous

Try taping them up with a masking tape that people use for bandage. Leave on for a few days. His or Her ears are heavy thick ears, we have a bully George and yes we taped his ears up. Also rub his ears to increase the blood flow.
4/25/2012 9:52:50 PM

Anonymous

That usually is a breeding issue. Try taping, otherwise you may have a loppy loving Bully.
9/26/2012 5:34:44 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/21/2012 7:04:16 AM

3/21/2012 7:04:16 AM

I have a Bull Terrier bitch she is almost 11 mouths old and is very small. I am worried about... I have a Bull Terrier bitch she is almost 11 mouths old and is very small. I am worried about her size of head and height - can anyone help, what am I doing wrong?

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Anonymous

A healthy diet and A LOT of exercise is essential for these firecrackers. If you have a white bully you have to be careful with food bc of skin problems. 11 months is not that old as most bull terriers stop growing in height at around a year and a half to 2 years. After that they build up muscle. But the more you let them run the bigger they get.
4/25/2012 9:51:02 AM

Anonymous

Check out the Bull Terrier Club of America, there they list size and weight and shape of body, head and what is standard. Some bullies are slow to mature and most are not done maturing till 2 or 3 years old that is filling out, weight ect.. You still have a puppy. We have three bullies and all 2 females did not mature till almost 3 years old. Average weight for a female is 45 pounds.
4/25/2012 9:55:56 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/20/2012 9:00:27 AM

3/20/2012 9:00:27 AM

what day do i breed my english bull terrrier on? iv been told its day 13 of her being in season?

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Anonymous

If you are trying to breed I would take her to a vet that does progstrin testing, this is the most accurate way to know the best time for breeding.
4/25/2012 9:57:40 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/17/2012 10:34:09 AM

2/17/2012 10:34:09 AM

whats the bull terrior dogs life span and other health needs - ie- hip problems, etc

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Anonymous

http://animal.discovery.com/breed-selector/dog-breeds/terrier/bull-terrier.html this web site is animal planet it tells you the life span and health problems for any dog breed that exists but this link is for bull terriers
4/25/2012 12:05:17 AM

Anonymous

bullies are not known for extreme health issues. The only thing I have experienced is skin problems ( easily corrected with a proper diet), some neurotic gnawing and licking and deafness ( specially for full white ones). Other than that no worries!
4/25/2012 9:53:45 AM

Anonymous

Check out the Bull Terrier Club of America this is where you can find out health conerns and any informations. A Healthy Bull can live up to 14 years of age maybe longer. Skin is the number one issue. Along with Heart and Kidney, if parents are tested for this prior to breeding you have a good chance of getting a puppy that is health and will not have heart or kidney issues. Deafness, parents should have had the BEAR testing for this along with puppies it is called a BEAR test, if a bully is deaf they should not be used for breeding as they will passs this on.
4/25/2012 10:03:19 PM

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