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Breed Group: Terrier
Miniature Bull Terrier

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Weight
25-33 lbs
Height
10-14 inches
Color(s)
pure white, or any color to predominate
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. The Miniature Variety of the Bull Terrier comes from the same origins as the Standard, but developed to retain a more manageable size.
Character
The Miniature Bull Terrier has a very fiery personality and can be very feisty at times. This breed can be protective of his owner and territory giving off a fearless and brave presence. This breed should always have an experienced handler, as he can be very protective. The Miniature Bull Terrier should always have a dominant owner as this can escalate into aggression later in life if it is not handled at an early stage.
Temperament
Lively, friendly, yet protective, this breed can be quite difficult at times. The Miniature Bull Terrier should not be left unsupervised around small children. This breed does well around other pets given the proper socialization, however should be supervised around smaller animals. The Miniature Bull Terrier can be somewhat combative around other animals, but if raised with them from puppy hood he can do exceptionally well.
Care
Regular grooming is not necessary for this shorthaired breed. Occasionally brushing and combing should be sufficient to remove any loose hair from the Miniature Bull Terrier. A wipe down with a damp washcloth should also keep this breed fairly clean. The ears should be cleaned on a regular basis, and the nails should be clipped at least once every two weeks to keep them at a manageable length. A rub down with a specially made rubber glove should suffice and take care of many, if not all grooming aspects.
Coat
The Miniature Bull Terrier has a very short and flat coat. The coat should remain harsh to the touch and should always be glossy. The coat should be close lying and very tight. The skin of this breed should always be tight, never having wrinkles or saggy skin.
Training
The Miniature Bull Terrier can be difficult to train and is not for the inexperienced. They can be willful and dominant making training a task. The handler must be firm, consistent, and always dominant to prevent problems. The Miniature Bull Terrier can be very stubborn so obedience classes are recommended at an early age to make training a little easier in the future.
Activity
The Miniature Bull Terrier is a fairly active breed and does best with at least a small yard. This breed enjoys long daily walks, however they do love a regular romp free, but should always be in a fenced area. This dog loves long walks and jogs with his owner. This breed should always have at least one hour of exercise per day to stay healthy and active and to prevent destruction.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Miniature 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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Location: Morgantown, West Virginia
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Anonymous asked:

9/10/2014 1:39:25 AM

9/10/2014 1:39:25 AM

Are mini bull terriers hypoallergenic? I researched them and it says that they are but I have people telling me they are not.

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The Miniature Bull Terrier is considered a hypoallergenic breed of dog. But please understand that there are different levels of hypoallergenic breeds. The Miniature Bull Terrier does shed like any other dog, but they are not prone to much dandruff, which is how they are considered hypoallergenic. If you or a family member has allergies, please consider fostering or going to a dog show that has the breed there so that yourself and your family can make sure everyone can live with a Miniature Bull Terrier without issues.
9/10/2014 9:14:21 AM

Anonymous asked:

11/29/2012 10:44:30 AM

11/29/2012 10:44:30 AM

Seriously? Seriously people, bull terriers, american pit bull terriers, staffordshire terriers, and other bully breeds are great dogs. Bad owners make bad dogs. Be responsible, teach your animal how to behave.

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Anonymous

Agreed. 100%
7/11/2014 5:46:47 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/4/2012 2:19:31 PM

10/4/2012 2:19:31 PM

I would like to own a mini bully, but i keep hearing that they are aggressive like pitts, rotts,... I would like to own a mini bully, but i keep hearing that they are aggressive like pitts, rotts, shepherds. Are they really that aggressive I have two young children?

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Anonymous

Just like all other 'aggressive' breeds, it is all about bad breeding and bad owners. The Miniature Bull Terrier is known for aggression when they are badly bred towards other dogs. But they are very loving and affectionate towards people. If you get a pup from a good breeder and train it well, then the dog should be fine.
7/11/2014 5:48:11 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/21/2012 2:10:30 PM

4/21/2012 2:10:30 PM

why does it cost so much for a miniature bull terrier why does it cost so much for a miniature bull terrier

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Miniature and standard bull terriers should have BAER tests for hearing, UPC and PKD tests/scans for kidney, and an echocardiogram for the heart. Pups should have the BAER test, the other tests are performed on the parents. Ask your breeder to see the results of these tests, they are not included in most vet checks. Between that and possible pregnancy costs which can include a c-section, breeding these guys is expensive. The medical tests are what cost money, if your breeder doesn't have those, don't pay that much.
5/24/2012 4:26:41 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/13/2011 1:47:42 AM

8/13/2011 1:47:42 AM

hello I would like to know if miniature bull terriers get along well with cats? hello I would like to know if miniature bull terriers get along well with cats?

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Anonymous

Of course they do. I've had 4 ull terriers thus far and all have loved cats.
11/17/2011 10:18:28 PM

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5/26/2011 11:35:09 PM

5/26/2011 11:35:09 PM

I keep hearing that it's not a good idea to leave a bull terrier home alone for more than 3... I keep hearing that it's not a good idea to leave a bull terrier home alone for more than 3 hours. Is this a true statement? I'm in love with this breed and debating if this will fit my schedule. Thanks.

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4/21/2011 2:27:40 PM

4/21/2011 2:27:40 PM

My "mini" bull terrier weighs almost 50lbs and is NOT overweight. Is that just lack of a good... My "mini" bull terrier weighs almost 50lbs and is NOT overweight. Is that just lack of a good bloodline or just what happens sometimes?

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Anonymous

are you sure its a mini bull terrier?
8/8/2011 3:59:37 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/18/2011 8:10:16 PM

3/18/2011 8:10:16 PM

What two breeds make a mini bull terrier? What two breeds make a mini bull terrier?

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Anonymous

Mini Bulls are made from Standard bull terriers. The runts were bred to create the smaller size. They are crossed with another breed to create Minis.
4/3/2011 12:03:04 PM

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12/4/2010 12:54:29 PM

12/4/2010 12:54:29 PM

What is the Weight of 12 weeks old Miniature Bull Terrier puppy? What is the Weight of 12 weeks old Miniature Bull Terrier puppy?

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Anonymous

The Weight of 12 weeks old Miniature Bull Terrier puppy is about 8 to 12 pounds.
4/3/2011 12:03:43 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/13/2010 10:42:56 PM

10/13/2010 10:42:56 PM

Do Miniature Bull Terriers start problems with other dogs? Do Miniature Bull Terriers start problems with other dogs?

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Anonymous

I do not think so. If the socialization of the Miniature Bull Terrier puppy is made well, then it will not be aggressive against other dogs later.
1/12/2011 1:04:26 PM

Anonymous

My minis live with a Staffordshire terrier and a Akita. They need to be socialized early.
4/3/2011 12:10:00 PM

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