• American Bulldog

    Though they can vary in size and appearance depending on which line or strain they came from, American Bulldogs are typically stocky and well-built. The Johnson type American Bulldog is a large dog with a shorter muzzle, whereas the Scott type is smaller with a longer muzzle.

  • Group: Guard
    Lifespan: 10–12 yr
    Height: 20–28 in
    Weight: 62–118 lb

  • Care

    Grooming American Bulldogs is relatively easy. Their coats are fine and glossy, with moderate shedding. That means the breed needs only occasional brushing, and baths can typically wait until they get into something messy.

    The American Bulldog is an athletic breed. When young, the dogs shouldn’t engage in high-impact exercises. Otherwise, bone and joint damage are possible. Adult Bulldogs, on the other hand, can enjoy a range of invigorating activities—from jogs, hikes, and tug-a-war games to training exercises.

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  • Disorders

    Hip dysplasia, Elbow dysplasia - O C D of the elbow
    Lysosomal storage diseases

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.