Kind but courageous, friendly but dignified, the Bulldog is a thick-set, low-slung, well-muscled bruiser whose 'sourmug' face is the universal symbol of courage and tenacity. These docile, loyal companions adapt well to town or country. You can't mistake a Bulldog for any other breed. The loose skin of the head, furrowed brow, pushed-in nose, undershot jaw with hanging chops on either side, and the distinctive rolling gait all practically scream 'I'm a Bulldog!' Click to learn more!
9 Things to Know About Bulldogs. The Bulldog is one of the United States’ most popular dog breeds. They’re laid back, lovable, and family-friendly. Their wrinkled skin and all their slobber makes them even more endearing. But Bulldogs weren’t always so cuddly. Click to read some interesting facts you may not know about the Bulldog:
Bulldog Puppy Training Timeline: What to Expect and When to Expect It. Bulldogs are known for their dedicated demeanor and adorably wrinkled appearance. Unlike other breeds, they require a few special considerations when it comes to exercise, training, and grooming. For tips on navigating your Bulldog’s first year and beyond, click to read more!