Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier

The intelligent Bull Terrier dog has a muscular frame and is very energetic, and is perfect for an active family or single owner. He’s a playful and friendly companion and does well with older children. He’s outgoing with a polite, yet feisty demeanor. He’s also fearless and protective and makes a good watchdog.

  • A great companion to a single owner or family with older kids
  • Requires daily exercise, and makes a good workout partner
  • Odorless, low-shedding, and doesn't need a lot of grooming

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How long does a Bull Terrier live?

A Bull Terrier can live anywhere from 10 to 14 years.

Do Bull Terriers shed?

A Bull Terrier dog is considered to be a moderate shedder. It sheds the most in the spring and fall when it sheds its full coat.

Are Bull Terrier hypoallergenic?

A Bull Terrier doesn’t qualify as a hypoallergenic dog because it sheds. This breed isn’t a good choice for allergy sufferers.

How tall is a Bull Terrier?

A Bull Terrier dog stands anywhere from 21 to 22 inches tall (at the shoulder).

How much does a Bull Terrier weigh?

A Bull Terrier can weigh anywhere from 35 to 75 pounds.

How smart is a Bull Terrier?

Although a Bull Terrier isn’t considered to be an intelligent dog, and it ranks #124 on the list of smartest dog breeds, it’s actually smart. This isn’t a dumb animal, and there might be a possibility that it responds differently to obedience trials.

Is a Bull Terrier a good family dog?

A Bull Terrier is loyal and affectionate and can be a good family dog provided that he’s in a family with older children because he has a tendency to be highly energetic and enjoys roughhousing. Because of being an active dog, he does well with active families that can give him the daily exercise that he needs. He’s also not recommended if you have other pets in the home.

Is a Bull Terrier a good guard dog?

Yes, a Bull Terrier dog is very protective of its owner. Their aggression can kick in if they feel that their loved ones are threatened in any way. Their bark, along with their muscular bodies, can sometimes scare people away.

Is a Bull Terrier an aggressive breed?

There have been two schools of thought regarding if a Bull Terrier is an aggressive breed or not. Some sources have said that they have aggressive tendencies, while others have said that they aren’t aggressive dogs. They can, in fact, be protective, jealous, possessive, and suspicious of strangers. They can also be aggressive towards other dogs. Training is key when it comes to this behavior.

How strong is a Bull Terrier?

A Bull Terrier is a strong, tough, and powerful dog. He has a stocky and muscular frame and a strong bite force that is equivalent to the power of 269 PSI (pounds per square inch).

What to feed a Bull Terrier?

A Bull Terrier dog is prone to obesity so its diet should be well-balanced and nutritious. It should consist of healthy fats, calcium, and protein. It should be given high-quality dry or wet food, and foods such as eggs, and vegetables that contain essential vitamins and minerals are good choices. Meat that can be raw or cooked, and that includes beef, kidneys, or liver, in addition to turkey and chicken. Some dairy is okay, but every item should be discussed with your veterinarian to decide what diet is right for your individual dog.

What to feed Bull Terrier puppies?

Feeding your Bull Terrier puppy should consist of nutritious, high-quality dry and wet food, and minced lean meats. You should always consult your veterinarian to find out the best diet plan for your dog.

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