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The Bulldog dates back to 13th century England, where they were originally used for "bull-baiting" until 1835, when the practice was banned by the English Parliament. Once thought of as an aggressive breed, the Bulldog has since been recognized for their peaceful nature and has become a common household pet. Called the English Bulldog in some circles and simply the Bulldog in others, this breed is related to the American Bulldog and the French Bulldog.
Bulldogs are loving to their owners and those they are well acquainted with but can also be friendly to strangers. If introduced at a young age, Bulldogs can coexist with other pets. This breed is very playful and active and can easily be excited..
Bulldogs come in red brindle, solid red, white, yellow, fawn, and piebald. Bulldogs may have a small patch of color on their chest.
Bulldogs are prone to several health issues such as:
The Bulldog is a medium sized dog with a wide and thick body and stout limbs. The breed has a large head in proportion to the rest of their body and is very athletic. Bulldogs have a short coat giving their muscular stature great definition.