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American Bulldog:Dog Breed Profile

The American Bulldog is the selective breeding of the original bulldog or the original English bull terrier. Immigrants from Great Britain, Spain, and northern Europe brought their best bulldogs or bull terriers to accompany them as they sailed into a new world, and these dogs proved to be of considerable value in many ways. They become extremely popular and protected when enemies invade their territory from time to time, and when farmers immediately graze their cattle, sheep, and pigs without fences. Of course, the dogs needed to be better at their jobs so the farmers began to improve their prized bulldogs. They have been bred to be stronger, more flexible, braver and larger for fighting cows and, in some cases, other animals. Bred dogs can easily hold on to cows or pigs until their owners come to tie them up or slaughter them, and their ability to do the same makes them the most powerful tools for hunting wild animals. The American Bulldog is a part of the United States, and they have played a very important role in American history.

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  • About American Bulldog Breed

    American Bulldog is a dog lover with a strong body, a strong body, a courageous personality, and a quick and agile movement. In general, in order for bulldogs to develop a good routine, parents should begin basic socialization training in their puppy years to help them better adapt to our human life. The head of the American Bulldog is square, the large eyes are very lively, the ears are of moderate size, the roots of the ears are high, the shoulders are broad and muscular, especially in Male dogs, the muscle lines are clear and smooth, giving a strong sense of strength at a glance; Strong muscles, thick and lustrous short hair, different colors, all of which make it impressive. The tail is thick and short, tapering toward the tip. 



American Bulldog Breed Daily Care

To adhere to the skin and coat clean, promote smooth hair change, prevent the occurrence of skin diseases. In order to survive the winter, the French Bulldog begins to shed its Fur in autumn, and a great deal of it begins to fall out. In early autumn, the ectoparasites such as Mussels and lice are frequently active. In order to prevent the occurrence of American Bulldog and ECTOPARASITES during this period, on the one hand, we should regularly comb and wash the American Bulldog and remove the dirt and hair on the body surface, take a bath every 10-15 days to prevent American Bulldog American Bulldog cold. On the other hand, killing ectoparasites in American Bulldog houses and sports venues.

In feeding American Bulldog, it is necessary to increase the amount of feed, improve the quality of feed, and ensure that the American Bulldog can obtain nutritious and high-quality feed, so as to help American Bulldog to survive the winter safely. Special attention should be paid to the physical poor species of American Bulldog to grasp the fat restoration, in order to improve the pregnancy rate and the quality of litter.

In addition, we must strengthen the prevention of American Bulldog infectious diseases, such as the prevention of American Bulldog pitbull fever cough and dust, mold, and other allergic respiratory diseases. Keep an eye on American Bulldog’s health, and vaccinate young American Bulldog and dogs that haven’t been vaccinated against American Bulldog. At the same time, it is important to minimize American Bulldog travel and contact with other American Bulldog and to prevent the occurrence of American Bulldog. In autumn, the weather turns cool gradually. To prevent American Bulldog, reduce outdoor activities in the American Bulldog at night. Keep the Kennel Dry. Put a bed in the Kennel and take a bath in the midday sun. If you observe symptoms of American Bulldog such as malaise, watery eyes or runny nose, sneezing, coughing, rising body temperature or diarrhea, you should promptly seek medical attention. When the temperature drops suddenly, should add bedding material in time, especially the bitch with young should add straw or sack, in order to American Bulldog heat preservation.

In terms of exercise, the fall season requires American Bulldog outdoor exercise every day, as it enhances the physical fitness and disease resistance of the American Bulldog, in particular, young or old and frail American Bulldog can be given immune boosters to improve the body’s ability to resist disease. At the same time, the owner of the Kennel and playground to regular disinfection, disinfection every 10-15 days. Disinfection must be carried out on the basis of a complete cleaning and scrubbing spray disinfection. Disinfection solution can use 2% formalin, 3% caustic soda solution, 3% ~ 5% lysol solution, etc

If you bring an American Bulldog into the house and it doesn't adapt to the new environment, it always barks all the time. This time you as the owner should give it enough food and enough water. Give it a very warm mat, give it a very comfortable nest, especially at night when you have to sleep with the lights out. You can use your old clothes. Give it a place at the bottom of your pile and let it know what you smell, while also putting its nest where you can see it. So he can see you, and you can see him, and he won’t be so scared, but... If it’s still there, keep barking. Then you don’t turn on the light to comfort it, your comfort once, but you definitely do not comfort twice, so it will form a habit, it will keep on screaming, call you upset. So after a few days it will calm down on its own.

American Bulldog Breed History

Immigrants were more prevalent in the 19th century when many European residents immigrated to the United States with their dogs, and today’s American Bulldog are actually the descendants of dogs that migrated with their owners, according to one source, the majority of them are sheepdogs. Although the American Bulldog has been perfected by history and experts, we don’t know why, until now, they have not been accredited by any of the large breed registration organizations in the Americas, and have been refused entry to any dog touring exhibitions. Ultimately, it may be that American Bulldog is essentially pit bulls, fearless, aggressive, fast-moving, too dangerous for most people to accept. The American Bulldog has changed greatly in size and color from the past to the present and now looks more like the bulldog used in bullfighting in the 18th century.

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