The Bulldog, also known as the English Bulldog or the British Bulldog, is a docile, friendly and loyal dog that hails from British fighting dogs. Today, the Bulldog is a generally peaceful and defensive creature since breeders have worked actively to remove aggressiveness from the breed to make Bulldogs more suitable as pet dogs. In this article, you can find a lot of interesting Bulldog information. Did you for instance know that Yale University has a Bulldog mascot? He is called Handsome Dan and is the oldest-running traditional live mascot in the United States.
Getting a Bulldog puppy is a good choice if you want a dog that is satisfied with shorter walks around the neighbourhood – this dog will not appreciate heavy exercise. This doesn’t mean that you should let your Bulldog spend its entire life napping on the sofa; regular walks combined with a healthy diet are imperative if you want to avoid obesity and health problems related to heart and lungs. Getting a Bulldog puppy is also a great idea if you want a dog that rarely barks and will not mind living in a small apartment. If you on the other hand dislike dogs that drool, snore and snort, a Bulldog puppy is not the right choice for you. Some adult Bulldogs do become so called “dry-mounts”, but this is impossible to tell in advance