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The Bull-Pug is a smaller version of the English Bulldog displaying a cute and adorable look because of the wrinkled appearance it inherits from both its parents. They are calm and gentle, making for a beautiful family dog. At times, their stubborn nature could mar their otherwise pleasing personality but for sure may be corrected with early training.

They are perfect couch potatoes who would love lazing at home rather than running around in the yard. So remember to push them to exercise regularly to keep them physically and mentally fit.

Dog Profile

  • Other Names:Miniature Bull Dog, Mini-Bull Dog,
  • Breed Registry Details:ACHC, DBR, DDKC, DRA
  • Common Physical Features:Sturdy built; broad shoulders; well-pronounced head; wrinkled appearance; curled or straight tail
  • History:
  • Coat Type:Short and smooth
  • Colors:Fawn, brindle, white, brown, red, black
  • Lifespan:9 – 13 years
  • Size:Medium
  • Height:12 – 14 inches
  • Weight:25 – 40 pounds
  • Litter Size:3 – 5 puppies
  • Temperament:Affectionate, gentle, laid-back, fun-loving, playful
  • Kids-Friendly:Yes
  • Stranger-friendly:Somewhat; reserved at the beginning
  • Animal-Friendly:Somewhat; mostly friendly but male-male aggression visible while fighting for their territory
  • Climate Compatibility:Moderate
  • Apartment-friendly:Yes
  • Care Level:Moderate
  • Exercise Requirements:Low; Walking and Playing: 40 minutes
  • Grooming Needs:Moderately low
  • Coat Brushing:Regular; once a week
  • Bathing:Occasional; once a month
  • Eyes and Ears Cleaning:Regular; once a week
  • Brushing of Teeth:Regular; once a week
  • Nail Clipping:Occasional; once a month
  • Feeding:Adults: 1.5 cups dry dog food per day

    Puppies: ½ cup dry dog food per day
  • Hypoallergenic:No
  • Barking Capacity:Moderate
  • Trainability:Moderate; because of their stubbornness
  • Common Health Problems:Breathing problems, hip dysplasia, patellar luxation, skin problems
  • Origin:USA

Did You Know

  • They also go by the name Toy Bulldog. However, do not confuse them with the ancient breed of the same name existing during the 18th and 19th centuries, extinct at present.

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