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Origin: United States

Pedigree: cross breed of the English Bulldog and the English Terrier (which is now extinct)

Breed Size: non-sporting group

Body Type and Appearance: smooth coated, short-headed, built compactly, short-tailed, but still well balanced.

Group: American Kennel Club

Height: Males are 17 inches tall and Females stand at 16 inches tall.

Weight: 15-25 lbs. for males while 10-20 lbs. for females

Coat Length: short and flat

Coat Texture: glossy

Color: brindle with white, black and white, seal with white

Temperament: friendly, lively, intelligent,

Strangers: friendly around strangers

Other Dogs: loves other dogs

Other Pets: gets along well with other pets

Training: easy to train

Exercise Needs: less than 20 to 40 minutes of exercise per day

Health Conditions: overall healthy but may come across several diseases or illnesses due to their brachycephalic (squashed face)

Lifespan: average 10-14 years

Home Requirements

Recommended Accessories:   harness, dog bed, food/water dishes, grooming supplies crate, toys, collar, leash

 Collar and Harness: sized by weight

Grooming Supplies:  few kinds of brushes nail trimmers, and fluffy towels

Grooming Frequency: weekly brushing and monthly bathing and nail trimming

Energy Level:  alert little creatures that will certainly get its way

Exercise Requirements:  they do not really need a lot of exercise

Crate:  you can use this as a mode of transportation

Crate Size:  small to medium

Food/Water Bowl:  Depend you and your lifestyle, but make sure that the one you choose will last a life time.

Toys: give enough toys to feed its curious mind.

Training: easy to train, loves human companion

Nutritional Needs

Nutritional Needs: water, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrate, protein, fats

 Calorie Needs: enough calories is only needed as they may get fat easily

Amount to Feed (puppy): you can do trial and error method, or even consult your vet for the proper feeding guide

Amount to Feed (adult): change food amount base on activity and weight

Important Ingredients: fresh animal protein (chicken, turkey, beef, lamb, eggs), digestible carbohydrates (rice, oats, barley), animal fats

Important Minerals: calcium, magnesium, manganese phosphorus, potassium iron, copperImportant Vitamins: Vitamin D, Vitamin A, Vitamin B-12, Vitamin C

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