The American Bulldog may be strong and muscular in stature, but don’t let that fool you – these dogs are not hostile in the slightest. American Bulldogs are loyal, alert and self-confident, have strong protective instincts and are excellent with children.
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Modern Bulldogs are a completely man-made breed. The national dog of England, their strong heads, loose skin and short legs give them a very distinctive, amusing appearance. Bulldogs are generally gentle, affectionate dogs that love to be around their families. They are excellent with children and have a medium-low activity level that makes them great for apartment or city living. These loveable dogs are loyal to a fault and are sure to make you smile.
French Bulldogs are one of the more popular dog breeds in the United States. Despite their name, they come from England, not France, and have been bred to be companion animals for several hundred years. Frenchies have the characteristic short muzzles of bulldogs, but are smaller than their traditional Bulldog counterparts. They are very playful and affectionate in nature, and love to be near their people. French Bulldogs, which tend to be no larger than 28 lbs. in adulthood, are adaptable to both small and large spaces, and are devoted pets to individuals and families.
American Staffordshire Terrier, also known as Amstaff, is a very smart, confident, loyal, and trustworthy four-legged friend. This breed is very muscular, yet loving with their family. They enjoy being around their humans when they are out for jogging, or playing fetches in the yard, or just cuddling on the couch; also, they are very friendly with children. Amstaff may not have a high-energy level, but everything they do, they do with vigor; therefore, they require lots of training to learn good manners.
The Bull Terrier is sweet, playful and amusing. Bred originally in England for dogfighting, these dogs were unsuccessful fighters and were used as "ratters" instead. Bull Terriers are easily identified by their egg-shaped heads and triangular eyes, and are very charming, friendly companions. Bull Terriers love to exercise and do well with children and families.
The Olde English Bulldogge is often confused with the English Bulldog, but there are some key differences between the breeds. Most noticeably, the OEB is much taller than a standard English Bulldog, has a narrower head, and has a more athletic look. This breed is friendly, affectionate and adaptable. Olde English Bulldogges make great family pets.
Dogo Argentino is a large and powerful dog breed that originated from the Fighting Dogs of Cordoba. This breed is very loyal, but also tends to be very territorial. Dogo Argentino makes an excellent watchdog. They are powerful protectors of their human family, including the children. They are very independent-minded dogs, so they require experienced pet parents, who are capable to handle the proper training these pooches need. Dogo Argentino is well-known as a dog breed that does not welcome strangers and other dogs. They have high energy level, and they require lots of physical and mental exercises. That’s why early training and socialization are very important for them. Dogo Argentinos are very loyal to their human family and their young children; however, if there are visiting kids around, adult supervision is a must. This sporting dog’s size is about 23 to 27 inches, and the weight is about 80 to 100 pounds.
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