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Bulldogs nature?

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Which breed of Bulldog ? There are different breeds and they have very different personalities.

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    • Melon
    • March 9, 2014

    I have a friend who loves English Bulldogs and has wanted one for many years. After trying to take on a puppy some years ago, without good luck as they didn’t have enough time back then, they sent him back to the breeder in search of a more suitable home.

    Recently, she has taken in a 1 1/2 year old Bulldog and he is the sweetest dog I’ve ever met. His previous owner had young children, so he has a high energy level and plays alot. He also is VERY gentle with younger children. Dogs will growl in play such as tug of war… he does this with adults and the older boys, but when my 3 year old took to playing, he was gentle and uttered nothing. He seems to know that younger children are more “delicate” than the older ones.

    I was amazed, when we camped with our friends and their new Bulldog, the number of people who write them off as mean animals. He even sounds fierce when he barks, but he has the sweetest nature and would never become aggressive. He’s an all around great dog.

    Be selective about the breeder and puppy you choose, do your research on the breed and make sure you know all the things required (Bulldogs need a lot of maintenance of the wrinkled skin on the face and thier eyes) and that you are prepared for this. It’s the best way to ensure you’re making a good match and prevents the need for finding new homes if you find the dog is more than you signed up for.

    • Mäŋđŷ Můғғїŋ
    • March 9, 2014

    I notice you had asked the quetion of which breed of dog was best for you family (with kids and a kitten) it seems you almost have your heart set on the bulldog there are a few thing to consider about the breed and which type of bulldog you’d like to get (i.e french, english american buldog ect ect…)

    Bulldogs never really “grow up”, when left alone Bulldogs can be very destructive. A Bulldog does best in a loving environment, free from fear and neglect. They are happiest when with people and require lots of attention from people. Bulldogs are often targeted for theft.

    Possible Health Problems

    Bulldogs have numerous known genetic defects and are subject to various illnesses that affect many breeds. Common Bulldog health problems you may encounter include: elongated soft palate, small trachea, allergies, dermatitis, demodetic mange, eye lid abnomalies, hip dysplasia and heart problems. Some of them have a tendency toward self-mutilation (especially if they have itchy skin).
    Bulldogs are extremely intolerant of heat, so keeping he/she indoors on hot days is very important.
    There is a limit, however, to how much strenuous physical activity a typical Bulldog can safely tolerate. Their short muzzles and narrow windpipes, relative to the size of their bodies, limits their oxygen intake and causes them to become easily winded.

    Bulldogs cannot tolerate isolation, They crave attention, and they will do almost anything to get it. And above all are extremly determined.

    According to the breed standard The Bulldogs temperament is kind, resolute, loving, quiet, gentle, Docile and courageous, never aggressive or vicious. The breed demeanor is calm and dignified. a common misconception of bulldogs is there a “one mans dog” it may show that they prefer one family member above the rest, but Bulldogs regard each family member as their own personal property = )

    Hope thats helped and good luck for your desicion and to your new addition to the family (“,)

    • GitEmGang
    • March 9, 2014

    You mean “temperament”???

    *NOT* “watchdogs”! LOL

    • desperate family
    • March 9, 2014

    Bulldogs are very good dogs by nature, but, anyone can ruin a good dogs name just by the person being themselves. There is never a bad dog no matter what breed, same goes for children!!Bad behavior is something learned, it does not come natural. Bulldogs are very good dogs very loyal to it”s pack, very good with children, and they love to please. Bulldogs are very loving animals.

    • Lucianna
    • March 9, 2014

    My daughter had an English Bulldog and told me she was good. She was good with the other dog, a Pitt, and good with her step kids. But for a fact, I couldn’t tell you.
    Try entering Bulldog in a search and see if that helps. Or try dogbreeds in it.

    • Suzy Q
    • March 9, 2014

    Please elaborate on (bulldog’s nature), don’t understand the question. If you mean good natured, or bad, it’s all in how they are treated. Treat any dog well with lot’s of love and kindness and you’ll have a good natured pooch. ALL dog’s respond to love and a gentle touch, just like human’s. Good luck.

    • Angelo C
    • March 9, 2014

    i think their nature is being mean

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