The Bulldog

  • Height: 14-15 inches
  • Weight: 50 pounds (male), 40 pounds (female)
  • Life Expectancy: 8-10 years

You can't confuse a Bulldog for some other breed. The free skin of the head, wrinkled forehead, pushed-in nose, little ears, undershot jaw with hanging slashes on either side and the particular moving step all basically shouts "I'm a Bulldog!" The coat, found in an assortment of hues and examples, is short, smooth, and gleaming. Bulldogs can weigh up to 50 pounds, however, that won't stop them from twisting up in your lap, or if nothing else attempting to. Be that as it may, don't mix up their accommodating courses for apathy—Bulldogs appreciate energetic strolls and need normal direct exercise, alongside a watchful eating routine, to stay trim. Summer evenings are best spent in an aerated and cooled room as a Bulldog's short nose can cause worked taking in sweltering and sticky climate.
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