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Breed Group: Non-Sporting
Bulldog

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Weight
Male: 50; Female: 40 lbs
Height
12-15 inches
Color(s)
brindle, solid white, red, or fawn, or any of these on a white background
Overview
Descended from the Asiatic mastiff, the Bulldog was developed in Great Britain. Their primary function was that of a participant in the blood sport of bull baiting. They were also used against bears, other vicious carnivores, and lions. During the 19th century purebred Bulldogs were very rare due to the enactment of the anti-baiting laws. Today the Bulldog is a family companion and show dog.
Character
The Bulldog is moderate in size, heavy, and built low to the ground. They are strong, kind, amiable, and courageous. This breed is not vicious or aggressive and is quite dignified. They possess a passive demeanor and have a quirky sense of humor.
Temperament
This breed is loyal, exceedingly affectionate, and deeply devoted to their family. The Bulldog is dependable, gentle, and does well in a home with children. They will get along with other pets they have been raised with but may be rude and try to bully strange dogs. They thrive on human attention and are dependent upon it for their happiness and well-being. The Bulldog has excellent guarding abilities but will only bark when absolutely necessary. This breed is very possessive of food and should never be fed in the presence of children or pets.
Care
The Bulldog needs occasional brushing with a firm bristle brush. Bathing or dry shampooing should only be done when necessary. This breed has a tendency to slobber and drool so daily cleaning of the face is a must. They are prone to such health issues as breathing problems, low tolerance to anesthesia, poor eyesight, skin infections, and hip and knee problems. Nearly all Bulldogs must be born by Caesarean section due to their large heads. They are adverse to weather extremes and are highly susceptible to heat stroke. This breed is also well known for their active gastrointestinal system.
Coat
The coat of the Bulldog is close, straight, short, glossy, and smooth. It is of fine texture and there is no feathering, fringe, or curl. The color of the coat comes in red brindle, solid white, solid red, fawn, or fallow, piebald, and various colors of brindle. This breed is an average shedder.
Training
Early socialization and obedience are a must for the Bulldog. They have a tendency to be hardheaded and stubborn. It is important that they be taught to know their owner is dominant. They do not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with firmness, fairness, patience, consistency, praise, and reward.
Activity
The Bulldog must have daily exercise to stay fit. A securely leashed walk will suffice. They also benefit from and enjoy short family play sessions. This breed is well suited for apartment, condominium, and city dwelling. Bulldogs are very inactive indoors and do not need a yard.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Bulldog 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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Chalk Rock Kennel Inc
Member Since: January 2007
Location: Grand Island, Nebraska
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Anonymous asked:

5/9/2013 5:36:13 AM

5/9/2013 5:36:13 AM

My Bulldog wont eat like before, What should I do?

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Anonymous

If your dog's eating habits have changed, it is time for a vet visit. Please consider the time of year, as hot summer months can make a dog not want to eat.
7/9/2014 10:19:38 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/25/2013 8:19:20 PM

4/25/2013 8:19:20 PM

How Many Years Can a Bulldog Live? How many years can a bulldog live maximum?

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Anonymous

Depending on the genetics, diet, and general health, Bulldogs can live between 8-12 years but longer lifes are not unheard of
3/19/2014 3:01:13 AM

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3/22/2013 7:57:54 PM

3/22/2013 7:57:54 PM

why does my bulldog vomit one two days a week

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Bulldogs are not a breed that chews the food. Mostly EBD's gulp and just swallow the food. This add a lot of air to the stomach because of inhaling. Sometimes the trapped air comes up like a burb and the food above the air comes out as well. This usually happens in a short amount of time after the dog eats. The other condition that causes this is because of drinking a lot of water right after eating. Again, because the food is not chewed, when the water is added, the food swells up. Again, causing possibly a too full tummy and again the water and the food is expelled. There are dog food bowls that can slow down how fast the dog can eat. Check pet food stores or online. Many different designs that slow down how fast they can inhale the food. Good Day~
4/22/2013 2:42:08 PM

Anonymous

Sounds like an elongated soft palate issue!
12/26/2014 1:09:26 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/18/2013 10:20:46 AM

3/18/2013 10:20:46 AM

How much does a grown old English Bulldog weigh?

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A full grown EBD can range from 40-55 pounds for a female and 55-90 for a male. To know how big your bulldog will be, be sure a look at both the mom and the dad. The European purebred English Bulldog is about 20% bigger than the United Sates bred EBD. While the Bulldog Club of America list the "standard" weight, the current breeders of EBD are creating a slightly bigger Bulldog. Good Day~
4/22/2013 2:26:28 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/21/2013 1:33:04 PM

2/21/2013 1:33:04 PM

If breeding a brindle english bulldog with a red and white english bulldog what do pups look like?

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A lot will depend. Just because the coat color "looks" a certain way, does not mean what the puppies will look like. There are color DNA tests that are available to find our exactly what color DNA each dogs has. This will tell exactly what will NOT appear in the puppies and then give you a % of what the puppies will look like. Some color are more prominent than others. The red & white is the most common. You could get some that are only red/white and others that are brindle. Good Day~
4/22/2013 2:32:23 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/30/2013 3:24:14 PM

1/30/2013 3:24:14 PM

are english bulldogs good with other dogs and kids

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ABSOLUTELY with out a doubt~! I have been raising EBD for many years. I have other dogs at my house and have never had any problems. My puppies have gone to homes with dogs and kids and there has NEVER been a problem reported. It all depends on how the puppies are raised. Are they around kids and other dogs to be socialized when young will make the difference. Good Day~
4/22/2013 2:35:41 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/6/2013 5:46:37 PM

1/6/2013 5:46:37 PM

are they hypoallergetic are bulldogs hypoallergetic

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Bulldogs are not listed by the American Kennel Club among the hypoallergenic breeds. This means that the dog doesn't produce a lesser amount of the protein causing the allergy symptoms. However, not all people who have allergic reactions to dogs are allergic to all dog breeds, so some people may be allergic to German shepherds but not to bulldogs. Certain bulldogs may also shed less dander, depending on their diet, grooming and health condition. Consequently, the only way to say if you are allergic to bulldogs is to live a few days in the dog's presence and check if you have any symptoms. Read more: Are Bulldogs Hypoallergenic? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/info_8766976_bulldogs-hypoallergenic.html#ixzz2IW3ZY8uS
1/20/2013 6:56:12 AM

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12/17/2012 9:32:44 AM

12/17/2012 9:32:44 AM

what does AKC stand for

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American Kennel Club (AKC) is a registry of purebred dog pedigrees in the United States. Founded in 1884, the AKC is the largest purebred dog registry in the world. Along with its nearly 5,000 licensed and member clubs and affiliated organizations, the AKC advocates for the purebred dog as a family companion, advances canine health and well-being, works to protect the rights of all dog owners and promotes responsible dog ownership. Their website is www.AKC.org. As Bulldog breeders, we here at www.BayouBulldogs.net encourage all people looking to adopt or purchase a dog, to read about it on the AKC website to educate yourself on the breed and how to find responsible breeders. Do your homework before !!!
1/20/2013 7:02:43 AM

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10/3/2012 2:03:09 PM

10/3/2012 2:03:09 PM

I have a 6 yr. old 1/2 English Bulldog and 1/2 Boston Terrier. He has a VERY active... I have a 6 yr. old 1/2 English Bulldog and 1/2 Boston Terrier. He has a VERY active gastrointestinal system. Is there any certain type of food, or anything I can give him to make him less "stinky"? He can no longer sleep on his bed in my bedroom because he farts too much.

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Anonymous

Unfortunately both breeds are related and both are termed as gassy breeds. However you can help REDUCE the gas with proper diet. You will never eliminate it however. My suggestion is, from 16 years experience with English bulldogs, eliminate the corn in the diet!! Research your foods ingredients if your serious about this. Over half the dog foods on the market have some type of corn in its food. Corn cannot be digested, and is an unhealthy filler that you find in "cheap, cheaper and cheapest" foods. A few brands to look into: natures recipe (its about the cheapest premium corn free diet out there at about $39 a big bag).. Nutro's Natural choice, Nutro Ultra, Blue Buffalo, simply nourish, castor Pollux, wellness are just a few to try. I feed Natures recipe lamb and rice. Thanks! "Green Akers Bulldogs" in Oologah.
11/2/2012 8:48:47 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/10/2012 12:20:47 PM

8/10/2012 12:20:47 PM

my english bulldg is 6 months and a guy wants to breed mine with his female who is 2 years old... my english bulldg is 6 months and a guy wants to breed mine with his female who is 2 years old is that a good idea

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Anonymous

Absolutely NOT!! First off, as stated before, it can cause health problems for your male later on in life. Also by registration standards, your male must be a certain age or the pups can't be registered.. And if your breeding just for kicks, then that's irresponsible. Please reconsider waiting til he's AT LEAST 14 months old or more.
11/2/2012 8:52:03 PM

Anonymous

Listen to the two answers above me....Way too young to mate.
12/11/2012 2:47:33 PM

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