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Bullteri.jpg (7107 bytes) Courageous, scrappy, fun-loving, active, clownish and fearless. The Bull Terrier is a loyal, polite, and obedient dog. They become very attached to their owners. This breed can be a wonderful pet if very thoroughly socialized and trained, but not recommended for most households.
Breed: Bull Terrier
Country of Origin: 19th century England
AKC Group: Terrier
Function: Fighting, companion
Life Span: 12 or more years
Appearance: Strong, muscular
Color: All colors
Coat Type: Shedding, short
Grooming:  
Height: 15-22 inches
Weight: 40-75 pounds
Activity Level: High
Watch Dog: Yes
Protection: No
Intelligence: Medium
Trainability: Stubborn
Good With Children: Yes if raised with, otherwise no
Good With Pets: No
Good With Strangers: Reserves
Character: Active, affectionate
Home Environment: Fenced yard
Best Owner: Firm
Potential Problems:  
Behavior: Aggression, biting, stubborn
Physical: Hearing problems, eye and skin disorders
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