How Do You Identify A Miniature Australian Bulldog?
The Miniature Australian Bulldog is a breed in progress which has not yet been officially recognized by any of the International dog breeding associations. However as the breeding program has only been in operation for less than a decade, things are looking up for this diminutive breed. Currently the Mini Aussie Bulldog is into its 7th generation and still uncommon outside Australia. It was bred by combining a full size Australian Bulldog with both a Pug and French Bulldog. This project was undertaken by Aussie breeders Pip Nobes and Lee-ann Milton, who coincidentally were instrumental in the development of the full size Australian Bulldog as well. The Mini Bull has been bred in an attempt to create a smaller and healthier version of the English Bulldog, which suffers from gastric problems, breathing disorders, hip problems, as well as a wealth of other inherent illnesses. Here are a few tips on how to identify this new and rare breed. Start by determining the dog’s size and weight and