Types of Bulldogs

American Bulldog

Known for its loyalty and bravery, the American Bulldog is a descendant of the Old English Bulldog. They are excellent family pets and can be aggressive towards strangers.

English Bulldog

With its distinctive loose, saggy skin and kind disposition, the English Bulldog is one of the most recognizable breeds and is known for its gentle and friendly nature.

French Bulldog

Small but with a big personality, the French Bulldog is playful, adaptable, and completely irresistible.

Ca de Bou

Also known as the Majorca Mastiff, this breed is courageous and makes an excellent guard dog.

Australian Bulldog

A mix of various bulldog breeds, they are known for their resilience and adaptability to the Australian climate.

Alano Español

Originating from Spain, they are used for hunting and herding. They are brave and very protective.

Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

With a rare gene pool, they are known for their protective nature and are excellent watchdogs.

Victorian Bulldog

A recreation of the 19th-century Bulldog, they are healthier and have a gentle temperament.

Catahoula Bulldog

A mix between Catahoula Leopard Dog and American Bulldog, they are versatile working dogs.

Bullmastiff

A strong and powerful breed, they are fearless and make excellent guard dogs.

Red-Tiger Bulldog

Known for their distinctive coat pattern, they are rare and have a friendly disposition.

Continental Bulldog

A newer breed, they are a mix between the Old English Bulldog and the Olde English Bulldogge.

American Bully

A mix of the American Pit Bull Terrier and other bulldogs, they are friendly and make great family pets.

Olde English Bulldogge

A recreation of the "bull-baiting" dogs of the 1800s, they are healthier and have a kind disposition.

Mammut Bulldog

Known for their strength and endurance, they are excellent working dogs and are very loyal.

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