Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier

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Bull Terrier, Dogs 101, Bull Terrier, a playful and clownish, the Bull Terrier is best described as a three year-old child in a dog suit. Given his muscular build, the Bull Terrier can appear unapproa...
Bull Terrier, Dogs 101, Bull Terrier, a playful and clownish, the
Bull Terrier is best described as a three year-old child in a dog
suit. Given his muscular build, the Bull Terrier can appear
unapproachable, but he is an exceedingly friendly dog, with a sweet
and fun-loving disposition and popular in the obedience, agility and
show rings. The Bull Terrier can be all white (markings on the head
are permissible) or colored.

Bulldog-terrier crosses, of various
sizes and colors, became popular as sporting dogs in the early
1800s. Around 1860, English dog dealer James Hinks developed a more
refined version of these crosses, distinguished by its all white
coat. These dogs soon established themselves as a new breed - the
Bull Terrier. In Hinks day they were often referred to as White
Cavaliers. In the early 1900s Bull Terriers were back crossed with
brindle Staffordshires to produce a colored variety.

Bull
Terriers become very attached to their owners and families and do
not thrive when left alone. The breed loves children, but obedience
training is necessary and care must be taken that they don’t get
over stimulated around younger children. Their short coats are easy
to care for, but the breed requires daily exercise.

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