Basic Facts About Our Bulldog Puppies
Bulldogs are so unique and they’re never mistaken for any other breed.
Their short and broad bodies and small smushed faces stand out! You know when Bulldog puppies are available, they are swooped up quickly and into loving homes. Why are Bulldogs so special and rare? Read on to learn facts about this tenacious and tough breed.
- The Bulldog is one of the most popular mascots. They represent a team’s strong and steadfast determination.
- Bulldogs can be – no Bulldogs ARE stubborn! When taking them on a walk, they’ll use their strength and stay put and decide when and if they’ll walk! This is their way of establishing dominance, but as their owner you’ll have to put your foot down and show them who’s boss!
- Most bulldogs can’t swim, so if you’re thinking of taking them to the beach or pool, don’t. They’d rather be home relaxing anyway.
- Bulldogs are said to have an average intelligence. This doesn’t mean that when you purchase Bulldog puppies for sale they won’t understand your oohs and ahhs and loving words. It just takes them a little time.
- According to the American Kennel Club, Bulldogs were the fifth most popular pet dog in the U.S. in 2013.
- The “bull” part of the Bulldog’s name was applied in the 1800’s when they were savagely used in the barbaric sport of bull baiting. Thankfully this was made illegal in 1835 by the Cruelty to Animals Act.
- In ABC’s Modern Family television show, Jay found Bulldog puppies for sale and couldn’t resist, so he bought one! Her name on the show is Stella.
- In sad statistics, Bulldogs have suffered the most airline deaths due to their respiratory/heat regulation issues. They are not allowed on most airlines now, but special accommodations can be made with responsible pet owners.
- The Bulldog puppies you’ve seen were more than likely delivered via caesarean section. The size of the Bulldog’s head makes it extremely difficult to have natural births.
- Bulldogs snore, slobber, and snort…a lot!