Bull Terrier Dog Breed Information Guide
Despite the rather “tough” appearance, the Bull Terrier is a real sweetie!
Bull Terrier History
This adorable terrier breed (made popular by “Spuds McKenzie” of Budweiser beer commercials) originated in England – a cross between the (now extinct) White English Terrier and the English Bulldog – and has since muscled his way into the hearts and homes of dog lovers everywhere.
Bull Terrier Appearance
This muscular, heavy-set breed has a short, glossy coat that comes in two variations – all white or white with markings.
Bull Terrier Temperament
Friendly and fun-loving with a feisty side, the Bull Terrier makes an exceptional family pet who loves people – especially children.
Bull Terrier Exercise Info
Bull Terriers enjoy a moderate amount of exercise. They need their exercise in order to stay fit and healthy, so a good walk twice a day should be given.
Bull Terrier Grooming Info
The Bull Terrier needs minimal grooming and only moderate exercise, making it suitable for almost any sized home – city or country.
Bull Terrier Training Info
Bull Terrier Health Info
Bull Terriers are prone to food allergies and should follow a prescribed diet.
Bull Terriers (especially all white dogs) can be prone to deafness.
Bull Terrier Right Breed Info
Bull Terriers thrive on human attention, and do not enjoy being cooped up by themselves, preferring to keep their owners company. This is not a good breed for you if you can’t spare the time needed to keep your Bull Terrier company.
If you’re looking for a great family dog that is good with children, the Bull Terrier is a sure fit.
More Information about the Bull Terrier Dog Breed
Bull Terrier on Wikipedia