The temperament of the Bulldog is generally docile, friendly and gregarious but are known to be fiercely loyal. Breeders have worked to breed aggression out of the breed, and as such the dog is known to be of generally good temperament. Bulldogs can be so attached to home and family that they will not venture out of the yard without a human companion. Due to their friendly nature bulldogs are known for getting along well with children, other breeds of dog and any house-broken pet in general.
Due to their friendly nature, Bulldogs get along well with people, children and other animals.
Bulldog's lack of energy may be destructive. They are wll known for tenacious stubbornness and serious food possessiveness. Bulldogs should not be fed around small children or other pets.
The bulldog is a stocky breed, with a compact body and short, sturdy limbs. Its shape results in a peculiarly unique gait. Bulldogs are known for their short muzzles and the saggy skin on their faces, creating the apparent "frown" that has become a trademark of the breed. Bulldogs come in a variety of colours and ideally have a smooth, short coat.
The Bulldog originated in England.
The bulldog is prone to health issues. Breathing issues can be prevalent in the breed due to the shape of the lower jaw and the shortness of muzzle - bulldogs are known to snore. Other problems can include cherry eye, certain allergies and amongst older bulldogs, hip issues.
Breed to be a guard dog but generally serve as a loving addition to the family.