The Bulldog Puppies is a breed known by everyone. In fact for at least a hundred years the breed has been a favorite among people.
Originally the British used the Bulldog as a fighting dog to help protect their livestock. The breed became a favorite when bullfighting was popular because of their strong bite.
The breed’s solid and muscular appearance comes from their characteristically large head and strong, square build. They have a strong and undershot jaw that helps them to get their strong bite and a short and square muzzle which gives them their strong appearance.
This dominant characteristic is always displayed even if the Bulldog is in the presence or territory of another dog. This can lead to dog fights if you aren’t careful and maintain full control of English Bulldog puppies.
Needless to say if you are looking for a guard dog then the Bulldog is the right breed for you. Intruders will definitely be scared off by their ferocious look and aggressive attitude.
Although they make good guard dogs they aren’t the best for warning since they don’t usually bark or give a warning before they attack.
However, there are also disadvantages to the tolerant behavior of English Bulldog puppies. English Bulldog puppies don’t readily express themselves when injured, feeling ill, thirsty, hungry or simply cold.
Therefore, you will need to be perceptive to your dogs behavior in order to catch medical conditions before they become too severe since you dog will rarely tell you that something is wrong. Restraint can also be difficult if you don’t properly train them from an early age because of this behavior.
Also English Bulldog puppies have a high sense of right and wrong which means that if they believe they are unjustly punished they will sulk for days.
It can be difficult dealing with headstrong English Bulldog puppies if you don’t have energy and patience. So if this doesn’t sound like something for you then you might want to consider a more placid and less dominant dog breed. Although it is important to keep in mind that these are just general temperaments and each dog is different so you may still be able to find the right Bulldog for you.