The English Bulldog’s low-slung, heavy, thick-set body, along with its broad shoulders, provides a low center of gravity, allowing the Bulldog to crawl close to the ground, originally useful for staying out of range of a bulls horns. This ability was the difference between life and death, so the trait allowed the Bulldog to stay alive to breed another day, passing the characteristic along.
The large shape of the head is equal to the dog’s height at the shoulder, offering enough space for strong, grown muscles in the dog’s wide jaw. hence Its distinctive undershot bite allowed it to hang on to the bull with amazing strength, even as it was violently shaken and pounded by the furious bull, and its scrunched up nose allowed it to breath, as its face pressed close to the bull’s body until dog or bull finally fell.
Even the loose-jointed, rolling and shuffling walk are a result of this selection. since the dog needed to be able to withstand severe shaking and thumping without having its spine or ribs broken. In addition, the Bulldog needed to have the ability to move swiftly and to make sudden leaps. The coat is glossy and fine, with standard colors including, red, white, yellow or a combination of these colors.
PERSONALITY AND TEMPERAMENT
The Bulldog always maintained a sense of reserved decorum outside the ring, befitting its British roots. loyal, obedient and patient, without fail, the Bulldog has remained a favorite animal companion throughout the years. Always willing to please, the Bulldog yet preserves its own independent brand of stubbornness, keeping its own counsel.
excellent pets The Bulldog is highly appreciated for its patience and kind with children. Most are pleasant towards strangers as well, or at worst, they are indifferent to new faces.
Most notable some can be mean to unfamiliar dogs, but the breed is good with most pets.
In addition Unfairly labeled a “sour-mug” because of its look, the Bulldog is actually a comical animal.
Now let this amazing dressed bulldog statue in your garden