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Bulldog Characteristics

You can't mistake a Bulldog for any other breed. The furrowed brow, small ears, and hanging chops are immediate identifiers and are characteristics loved by many. Bulldogs can adapt well to apartment life and even make great companions for novice pet parents. They’re affectionate with all members of the family and are fairly low-maintenance pups.

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Originally bred to fight in a gruesome blood sport called "Bullbaiting", the modern-day Bulldog is much happier taking a nap on the couch or playing with kids than fighting. Despite cartoon depictions of them as ferocious dogs, today's Bulldogs are bred to be affectionate and kind. They are fully capable of standing up to intruders when on guard dog duty, but are not out actively looking to pick fights or cause trouble.

Most Bulldogs stand at approximately 12-15 inches to the shoulder and weigh 40-50 pounds, giving them their iconic muscular build.  Colored in a variety of coats including white and brindle, their unique physical makeup makes them prone to certain health issues that prospective owners should be aware of. Due to their facial structure, Bulldogs always have some degree of airway restriction, and they have difficulty panting correctly, which makes it difficult for them to regulate their body temperature.

The Bulldog makes a great apartment companion due to its size and love of inactivity. This laziness, however, can lead to rapid weight gain if not kept in check. A brisk walk is recommended every day in order to keep the weight off and avoid any unnecessary joint damage, which is another health problem that bulldogs are susceptible to if not monitored.

How dog-friendly is Raleigh?

A recent WalletHub study reviewed the 100 largest American cities to see which are the most pet-friendly. In the study, Raleigh is ranked the 29th most pet-friendly. The city is one of the most affordable places for owning a pet, ranking 21st in the country for pet budget.

Dog parks and outdoor activities in Raleigh

Raleigh has a variety of dog parks and other outdoor activities for your pup to get his daily dose of exercise. According to a study from Trust For Public Land, there are 1.1 dog parks per 100,000 residents. Some of the most popular off-leash dog parks in the city include Oakwood Dog Park, Dix Park, Buffaloe Road Dog Park, and Carolina Pines Community Dog Park.

Raleigh also has eight hiking trails for when you want to take a scenic walk with your dog. A few spots worth exploring with your furry friend include Sal’s Branch Trail, Swift Creek Bluffs Nature Preserve, Sal’s Branch Trail, and Inspiration Trail.

Life in Raleigh with a dog

There are over 200 pet-friendly restaurants in Raleigh, meaning there’s always somewhere to grab a meal with your dog. A few of the most popular dog-friendly restaurants in the city include Whiskey Kitchen, The Flying Biscuit Cafe, Trophy Brewing and Pizza, Bruster’s Real Ice Cream, and Neuse River Brewing Company.

Raleigh has plenty of other dog-friendly businesses, including pet shops, daycares, groomers, and spas. The city is also one of the best in the country for renters looking for a place to live with their pets. A Zumper study found Raleigh to have the 14th most pet-friendly rental listings.

If you have friends or family visiting Raleigh, there are numerous pet-friendly hotels for them to stay with their dogs. Some of the most popular dog-friendly hotels in the city are Aloft Raleigh, MainStay Suites, and Hyatt House. 

Popular dog breeds in Raleigh

Raleigh is home to many different kinds of dogs. The most popular breeds in the city are Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, French Bulldogs, and Poodles. No matter which breed you decide to add to your family, your new pup will have many other canine companions across the city.

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