How Do You Find An English Bulldog?
English Bulldogs are often confused with the American or French Bulldog, which have a similar appearance, but this breed of bulldog was originally bred in England as a cross between the Mastiff and the pug, The term “bulldog” came about in the 1600s as a result of bull-baiting, a sport in which trained dogs attacked bulls tied to posts and latched onto the animals snout. These days the breed has become one of the four national animals of the United Kingdom and is also quite a popular pet in the United States. They are known to be massive, short-faced, medium size dogs with a dignified manner and form strong bonds with children, being both gentle and protective. Call local breeders in your area. The easiest way to find breeders is to search the Internet for breeders and contact information, or to look in the pet section of your local newspaper. English Bulldog puppies can be quite expensive, but one option to consider is asking the breeder if they have any older dogs for adoption. Often