Bull Terrier is a cross between the Bulldog and the Old English Terrier with a bit of Spanish Pointer in his bloodline. This dog breed is originated in 1830 to attack bull in the sport of combat. It has been used as a guard dog, a ratter, a herder and a watchdog. The Miniature was developed to have the same qualities in a breed and more manageable size.
They were replaced soon in 1850 with the White Cavalier and they are used for many different things. These were rated as the third most suitable breed in war time achievements. First Bull Terrier
club was introduced at England in 1887. In 1992 AKC was introduced two sizes such as Miniature and Standard Bull Terrier.
Bull Terrier eyes are small, dark, almond-shaped and closely set. Its most distinctive feature is its head which is almost flat at the top and sloping down to the end of the nose with no stop. Bull
Terrier are short and well muscled it consists of both characters of Bulldog and the personality of a Terrier.
It has short, dense coat that comes in black, pure white, brindle, red and tri-color. Bull Terrier
will do okay in apartment if they are sufficiently trained and they prefer warm climates. This had one tendency that it will be overweight and lazy if it is not properly exercised. Bull Terrier
should be lead in public at all times because they will fight with other dogs.
Bull Terriers are easy to groom and it is an average shedder, this should be shed twice a year. A ball of fire, this dog requires quite a bit of exercise to stay active and healthy. Bull Terriers
are also known for their playfulness and affection. An occasional combing and brushing is required, and loose hair should be removed daily with special rubber glove.
White, with markings on head permissible, colored variety, any color other than white, or any color white markings, brindle preferred.
Adog's standard height varies from 21 to 22 inches.
Dog's weight vary between 45 to 60 Pounds.
A healthy Bull Terrier dog
lives about 10 to 12 years.
Bull Terrier are playful obedient but sometimes they are rough, energetic, fearless and they will be become attached and protective to their owner. This dog breed
has very sweet disposition and can be affectionate, they must be given a lot of companionship or they may become destructive and they are extremely aggressive with other dogs. Bull Terrier
make excellent watchdogs and they are polite that is naturally obedient. This breed is tough, loyal and stubborn.
Bull Terrier as a Pet
Bull Terrier pets are faithful, devoted and excellent with children as long as they are socialized and these are good with other pets
as long as it is not another male dog, they are properly socialized as a pet and they are medium, smart and independent thinkers. This is highly energetic breed which can play for long time. Bull Terriers adapt well for different living environments.