Bull Terrier

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The Bull Terrier breed was originally developed as a cross between the Bulldog and Terrier.

Bull Terriers have thick, sturdy and muscular frames covered in thin, shiny and coarse coats. They can come almost any color—with or without white patches. Their long, oval-shaped heads are unique: flat-topped and sloping down to their black noses. They have dark, small, sunken eyes that are narrowly set. Their ears are thin, open and erect. They have lean, muscular necks, deep chests and big-boned legs. Their short, tapered tails usually point straight out. Overall, they carry themselves in a hardy and alert way.

A healthy Bull Terrier can live as long as 12 years.

Disease predisposition

References

  1. Wikipedia.org