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Bull Terrier Description: The Bull Terrier when properly trained tends to be friendly and has a good temperament. Known for their sense of humor the Bull Terrier is an outgoing dog with a dominant nature who needs firm handling by their owner. The Bull Terrier is a tenacious fighter. The Bull Terrier is most often dog-aggressive and has a high prey drive towards small animals such as cats.
Height: 21 - 22 inches
Bull Terrier Weight: 52 - 62 lbs.
Terrier Colors of the Bull Terrier:
Pure white, brindle, black, red, fawn and tri-colored.
Bull Terrier Coat: Short and flat.
Terrier Temperament: The Bull Terrier is fearless, determined.
Bull Terriers With Children: Yes, if properly socialized and supervised.
Bull Terriers With Pets: Needs to be properly socialized and supervised, but dog-aggressiveness is prevalent in some lines.
Bull Terrier Special Skills: Family pet.
Watch-dog: Very High, looks are tremendous
Bull Terrier Guard-dog: High
Terrier Care and Training: A Bull Terrier coat should be brushed
with a firm bristle brush. Bathe only when necessary. Rubbing of the Bull
Terrier coat will keep it shiny and clean. A Bull Terrier needs plenty of
exercise. The Bull Terrier should be kept on a leash when in public. Puppies
need early socialization to prevent them from becoming dominant.
Learning Rate: Medium, smart, independent thinker.
Living Environment: Indoor-outdoor dog that does best with a fenced yard and plenty of play outlets.
Bull Terrier Health Issues: Hereditary zinc deficiency. Some puppies are born deaf.
Life Span: 10 - 14 Years
Bull Terrier Litter Size: 4 - 8
Origin: Great Britain
History: The Bull Terrier was crossed with the old English Bulldog and terriers early in the 19th century. At this time they were a lighter more agile dog who was used to bait bulls, dog fighting and to tackle vermin. The Bull Terrier is prized for their courage, agility and speed.