Apart from being great at wearing the kids out, Bull Terriers can also act as very able protectors for the children. They can guard homes and are very well suited for military and security work.
Bull Terriers as Watch Dogs?
Bull Terriers were initially bred to be fighting dogs. Owing to their mixed gene pools and their evolution over a period of time, they have now gained repute as an excellent family and guard dogs.
Are Bull Terriers Aggressive?
The keen Bull Terrier temperament makes him an excellent watchdog. Even if he is not aggressive towards people, his impressive demeanor will deter any unwelcome visitors.
Bull Terriers Background
Family and Bonding
Obesity can be a significant health problem in Bull Terriers. It is a serious disease that may cause or worsen joint problems, metabolic and digestive disorders, back pain and heart disease. Though it’s tempting to give your pal food when she looks at you with those soulful eyes, you can “love her to death” with leftover people food and doggie treats. Instead, give her a hug, brush her fur or teeth, play a game with her, or perhaps take her for a walk.
"Spuds is an English Bull Terrier. His coloring is called solid red smut, which is not seen very often. He just turned one year old this week! We were very careful in raising him to be dog-friendly and very accepting of strangers, as those are some negative characteristics of this breed that can become problems if you do not socialize them early. He was born with a moderate heart murmur, and we will always have to keep that monitored. This is a common health problem in the breed, and everyone should be very careful to only purchase puppies from responsible breeders who health-test their adults to avoid this problem.
Bull Terrier Nature
The Bull Terrier is a playful, comical, and exuberant. But beware: this affectionate, sweet-natured, and devoted breed can be mischievous or even aggressive to small animals and other dogs. To avoid behavioral problems with the Bull Terrier, provide it mental and physical exercise daily.
Hopefully this shedding guide helps you learn a little more about Bull Terriers and their shedding habits.
Bull Terriers as a Pack Animal
The playful, fun-loving yet protective Bull Terrier temperament makes this breed a popular pet. Admirers of the breed adore the Bull Terrier’s cute and cocky personality, but it is important to do your research to make sure the Bull Terrier characteristics will fit your lifestyle.
Build her routine care into your schedule to help your Mini Bull live longer, stay healthier, and be happier during her lifetime. We cannot overemphasize the importance of a proper diet and exercise routine.