English Bulldog – The national dog of England
Colors & Markings: Fallow, Fawn, Fawn & Brindle, Fawn & White, Red, Red & White, White
Temperament: Friendly, Courageous, Calm
Height: 14-15 inches
Weight: 20-30 kg (male), 18-25 kg (female)
Life Expectancy: 8-10 years
Group: Non-porting Group
Before getting an English Bulldog puppy in Chandigarh and Jalandhar, let us get know about this breed first.
English Bulldogs have such a tenacious temperament and they are so confident. They have been bred to have these powerful heads and these powerful shoulders and this tight little rear. There’s nothing that looks this way naturally. Do not ask a bulldog to swim because of their massive bodies and short legs are not built for the water. Ancient Bulldogs were banned on the streets of Rome. In the 13th century England, the English Bulldogs earned its namesake by bringing down, bulls. The English Bulldogs have got a lot of power behind them. The English Bulldogs nearly went extinct when bull-baiting was outlawed in 1835.
Skin and Body Structure
It is protruding under the jaw that sticks out and shows their teeth. Loose skin of English Bulldogs helped the dog in a fight. Even if gripped by an adversary it still had manoeuvrability. They have got these smooshy faces with these wrinkles in these jowls but don’t be fooled, and these dogs are pretty tough. Their face wrinkles help them to draw blood away from the eyes in a fight.
Broad shoulders and a large head of English Bulldog will help him the stocky look. It’s a dog with a massive head and the little tinier ears. Because of their shape, Bulldogs are often unable to give birth without vet assistance. Some of them have very small nostril. It is like taking your nose and pinching it closed.
English Bulldogs know how to capture the imagination. They remain the national dog of England. During World War two bullies were referred to as the Churchill dog.
The English bulldog does not like the warm climate. If you live in a warmer climate Bulldogs might not be the right dog for you. The English Bulldogs are not easy to train.
Grooming Bulldogs is a daily chore for owners. You need to get in there and clean those folds. The English bulldog is the least healthy breed. English Bulldogs get many congenital or hereditary diseases. They can get some different heart diseases as well as diseases involving their orthopaedic system.
English Bulldogs do well with children. Bulldogs do well in apartments but not so well in the heat. English Bulldogs life expectancy is low, and there are a lot of health concerns. Those wrinkly folds require daily attention. The English Bulldog is a loving dog.