Bulldog Breeds

Originally introduced into Great Britain by the Romans for dog fight competitions, the English Bulldog (or sometimes the British Bulldog) was used to herd cattle into markets. They are commonly recognized by their short, muscular bod, wrinkled skin and a squished face with stub nose. Although bred for fighting, today Bulldogs make excellent family companions due to their mild nature. They enjoy mild exercise and relaxing - a long nap on the couch after a walk around the neighborhood is just the ticket!

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French Bulldogs are cute, affectionate and patient making them one of the more desirable companion dogs around today. Also known as "Frenchies", "Clown Dogs" or "Frog Dogs", in 2018 the French Bulldog was officially the most popular dog breed in the United Kingdom and in 2017 the fourth most popular AKC dog breed in the US. French Bulldogs have a short, silky coat and are commonly cream, fawn, or brindle in color.

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