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English bulldog

The dog of the breed Bulldog is a regular participant in cartoons, movies, TV shows. These animals can be seen on a variety of promotional materials, on the emblems of sports teams – thanks to their colorful appearance and specific history, bulldogs are by far one of the most recognizable dogs.

The first mention of this breed dates back to 1500 – in those days and later, bulldogs were widely used in bloody entertainment called baiting bulls with dogs. Now it seems to us wildness, but in those distant years, and, up to the XIX century, many believed that this makes the meat of the bull more tender.

These unsubstantiated views were extremely widespread, even to the extent that there was even a law in some areas of Great Britain that obligated butchers to poison the bull with dogs before slaughter. Based on the logic that it supposedly “dilutes the blood” – a complete heresy, of course. The truth is that the bulldogs extremely effectively fought with the bulls, grabbing them by the neck and snacking on the artery.

At first, the bull fiercely resisted, but gradually his strength left him. However, if the dog did not have time to dodge the powerful horns, inevitable death awaited her. Bulldogs poisoned not only bulls, but also large predators, for example bears, which was also very popular with viewers. Here it is necessary to make a reservation that the bulldog of the 17th century, and the bulldog of the 21st century – these are different dogs, both in size and in temperament.

This was made possible thanks to the efforts of the breeders of the XIX century, who decided to remake the breed. Moreover, the authorities banned bloody entertainment. For these purposes, only obedient and compliant dogs were selected, with a minimal amount of aggression. The first dog show in which the updated bulldog participated was held in 1861. And in 1864, enthusiasts created the first bulldog club in England.

Description
The modern breed of the bulldog is small, squat, prone to fullness. The limbs are short, embossed, the trunk is large, muscular. The muzzle is flattened, with folds, the ears are triangular, small, hanging down on the sides of the head.

Personality
Despite the fact that the current bulldogs are significantly different from those that were 300 years ago, however, they retained their courage and pride. On the other hand, today they have great friendliness, are very sociable and affectionate with their family. These dogs are very fond of making new friends, meeting new people and other pets.

At first glance, it may seem that they are not very smart when it comes to training, however, this is not entirely true. Perhaps, sometimes the bulldog assimilates new knowledge and skills for a long time, however, if he has already acquired them, this is forever. Sometimes this breed may show some stubbornness, but if you look closely, it will seem that they are doing this as if not serious. As if they were doing this for fun or to play a kind of game with you. If you show a little patience and have a good sense of humor, everything will work out.

The English Bulldog has a fairly loud voice, and may well be a guard dog. Although its current size does not allow it to compete on an equal footing with an adult, it will be able to raise alarm throughout the district and will certainly try to stop the attacker. A bulldog can be quite lazy and sometimes it is even difficult to budge during a walk. Although, in fairness, we note that older dogs that are overweight are most often distinguished by this.

This breed cannot be called very active, but sometimes bulldogs can play some games with you with pleasure, however, they do not like to run too far and too fast. First of all, they like the presence of a person – perhaps they will enjoy your company more than the game process itself. The dog of the bulldog breed has several negative features associated with the structure of the skull – this is snoring and loud sniffling. Also, they are prone to flatulence.

Training
The dog of the bulldog breed normally refers to the training process, and usually there are no problems with this. However, most likely you will have to face inborn laziness and obstinacy. There is no panacea or remedy for all cases. Only patience, kindness, and a sense of humor will help you. And also, of course, a tasty treat as an encouragement, as bulldogs like to eat.

Typically, these dogs are trained in basic commands, as the more teams they learn, the more difficult it is for them to learn new ones. Moreover, bulldogs generally quite slowly consolidate the material covered. In everyday life, this will practically not bother you. In the life of each dog there is a period when the owner needs to clearly set himself in the role of leader. Bulldog is no exception. Due to the natural friendliness and open nature, you can always find a common language with these animals without resorting to emergency measures.

Care
Dog breed Bulldog has a short coat and needs to be combed out once a week. Always keep your pet’s ears and eyes clean.

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