English Bulldog is a smooth-haired, chunky, low-low dog of compact, athletic addition. The head is massive, relatively large compared to the body, however, commensurate with it, which makes it harmonious, rather than ugly, does not make it difficult to move and breathe. The muzzle of the English bulldog is short, wide, dull, and snub. The case is short, rugged. The limbs are strong and relieved, well-ed. The hind limbs are taller than the front, but not so massive. are inferior to the males in the massive addition.
The history of the breed
Dogs of this breed were originally bred in England as fighters with bulls. Today, the Bulldogs no longer use the Bulldogs for fights with bulls, but the breeders have tried to preserve the main fighting qualities of the Bulldogs and have succeeded in this.
Height 30.5-36 cm, weight 23-25 kg
One-ton with a mask, mottled. All monochrome colors should be clean and bright: bright red, red, light red, yellow-brown, pure white, a combination of white with any of the above colors. At mottled colors “tigers” should be evenly distributed on the body. Black and the black-and-tan color are unacceptable.
The perimeter of the skull, measured in front of the ears, is approximately equal to the height of the dog. When looking at the front, the head should be high, ranging from the corner of the lips of the lower jaw to the dome of the skull. Besides, the head should be wide and square. The cheekbones are round, filled under the eyes. When looking from the side, the head is high and short from the occipated bump to the tip of the nose. The forehead is flat. The skin on the forehead and head are in thick folds. The forehead is not rounded and not bulging towards the muzzle. Frontal bones protruding, wide, square, and high. The frontal furrow, deep and wide, being an element of the foot, runs from the middle of the skull to the base of the nose.
Paws on the front limbs of medium size and measure large, slightly turned outwards. Paws on the hind limbs are rounded, in a lump, vaulted, with expressed developed joints. Fingers are thick.
Low-planted, straight, without bending on the tip, slightly detached from the hull, directed downwards. The shape is round. The coat on it is smooth, short, without a “brush” and long hair. The size is short, thick at the base, evenly tapering to the tip. When moving the dog holds the tail low and should not lift it above the back.
The Bulldogs prefer slow walks in cold weather; On too warm days they tend not to leave the premises, enjoying the effect of air conditioning Bulldogs – indispensable participants in advertising, you will surely find them on most television channels.
Caring for wool cover is minimal
Elbow dysplasia and flashing membrane damage are the Bulldogs’ most common diseases. Often there are allergic skin lesions, scabies. The bulldogs’ extremely short tail predisposes to spinal lesions (in the tail section). Those who breed bulldogs are well aware that, due to a large round head, puppies are born by cesarean section. Overheating is a serious danger for the Bulldogs. Therefore, on hot days it is better to leave your pets at home and do not forget to turn on the air conditioning.
The Bulldogs don’t need any serious physical activity. The Bulldogs have a friendly temper, they don’t like to bark; of these dogs, however, come out excellent caretakers. Bulldogs are sympathetic to other pets, although sometimes they are somewhat aggressive towards unfamiliar dogs.