English Bulldog Studs
The American Bulldog and the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog share the origins of the English Bulldog, the main characteristic of these breeds is their impressive appearance and great physical strength that can be very intimidating.
Is the English Bulldog an aggressive breed?
The bulldog is part of the so-called shorthaired pointer breed, so the coat is close to its body and is soft to the touch. The chest is deep and stocky, connecting with a short, thick neck. Its shoulders are broad and muscular and it has short and strong legs. In general, it has a very defined muscle tone and an appearance of great strength.
The colours of the breed are very varied except for black, so it is possible to find bulldogs of red, white, beige, and brindle.
Attention and care
Regular visits to the vet are important. Maintaining a complete vaccination and deworming schedule is essential to make its life as healthy as possible.
The advantage of this breed is that their coats only need minimal care, unlike other breeds with long coats that constantly shed hair such as the Miniature Schnauzer, Cocker Spaniel, English Springer Spaniel, Wirehaired Pointer, Shih Tzu, or the huge and dashing German Shepherd dog that requires constant brushing to control hair loss.
However, it is important to emphasise the need for a periodic bath and the special care that must be taken between the folds of its skin to avoid humidity, fungi, and allergic reactions or chafing and irritation.
Breeding the English Bulldog
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Important points when selecting an English Bulldog stud
When looking for an English Bulldog stud, it is important to consider whether it has been a champion or at least bred a champion, since breeding with a stud of these characteristics is most likely to produce pups with very good characteristics.
It should be mentioned that stud dogs do not govern the number of puppies produce, this depends on the female; the male stud only determines the sex of the puppies.
The best thing to do when selecting a stud is to evaluate all its characteristics such as symmetry, proportion, adequate movement, and that it does not share the defects that the female has. When selecting the stud, criteria for what is sought must be clear in order to carry out responsible breeding that will eliminate any weakness of this breed. The stud should also have a clean bill of health and be certified free of Hyperuricosuria (HUU clear).
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