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Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier


Height: 21-22 inches

Weight: 50-60 lbs.

Life Span: 11-13 yrs.

Breed Group: Terriers

Overview
Bull terriers are sweet, energetic, playful dogs that require a lot of attention and love to frolic with their families. If they are ignored, behavioral problems may develop. Early obedience classes and socialization with children, adults, and other animals are recommended.

Bull terriers are rarely stars at obedience school, but if handled with leadership and praise, they will succeed.

Don't play aggressive games with bull terriers. They are usually friendly to strangers, but always walk them on a leash to avoid confrontations with other dogs. If provoked, they may cause serious injury or death to other dogs.

Appearance
The head of a bull terrier has a distinct egg shape and, in profile, gently curves downward from the top of the skull to the tip of the nose.

The short, flat coat is harsh to the touch and has a slight luster. Its color is white, brindle, red, or fawn. White bull terriers may have colored markings on their heads.

Grooming & Exercise Needs
Bull terriers need only an occasional brushing. They require a lot of play and exercise, including several long walks daily.

Origins
Bull terriers, the offspring of a bulldog and a now extinct white terrier, were bred for dogfighting in England in the 19th century.

Special Alerts
The bull terrier is not suitable for inexperienced owners.

Breed-related health concerns: deafness, spinning disorder (a neurological disorder that causes dogs to "spin" in circles), acrodermatitis (a hereditary and fatal disorder in which dogs cannot properly metabolize zinc).

 

Reference: AKC - American Kennel Club

 


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