British Bulldog Puppies Australia
British Bulldog Puppies Australia wants you to meet this pretty girl Alexis. She would make a wonderful addition to your family. She is up to date on her vaccinations and would make a great lifelong companion. Alexis is so excited to meet her new family. She has lots of love and puppy kisses to give. She hopes you’re ready for all the fun she has planned for you. She hopes you love to cuddle and take a nap after a long day of fun. Don’t miss out on this pup. Her bags are packed and she’s ready to go now.
British Bulldog Puppies for sale in Australia
Today’s British Bulldog looks quite different to that of the type bred during the 1700 to 1800s for the vicious sport of bull-baiting. Developed from ancient Mastiff breeds, which may have travelled to Britain with the Roman conquerors, these founding bulldogs looked more like the modern Boxer, or perhaps the American Pit Bull, rather than the wombat-like breed we see now.
Here at British Bulldog Puppies Australia, When bull-baiting was outlawed in 1835, the need for such an aggressive and specific breed of dog is likely to have declined. Hence the true British Bulldog breed may have died out (except for the pitbulls of the USA which may be nearly pure British Bulldogs).
However, even prior to bull-baiting, evidence existed of a short legged version of the bulldog. Paintings dating from the 1700s depict a type of dog more similar to that of today’s breed. These dogs are likely to have been bred more as pets than fighters and are probably the ancestors of today’s British Bulldogs.
British Bulldog Puppies Australia (Appearance)
A face that some say only a mother could love. British Bulldogs are thick set, low in stature, broad, powerful and compact. The massive head sports a flat, squashed face with wide-set, determined eyes almost hidden behind a thick fold of skin and a short, inclined muzzle. The British Bulldog is well muscled and despite its compact size, can weigh up to 25kg. The Bulldog’s coat is short and reasonably soft and colours include brindle, red and their varieties, fawn, fallow, white and pied.
Despite their heavy, strong and determined appearance, British Bulldogs Australia are affectionate and gentle companion animals. Whilst exceptionally loyal to their family, they remain good natured and are tolerant of children. Certainly not the most active of breeds, however what they lack in vigour and stamina, they make up for in unwavering devotion to their masters. Overall, British Bulldogs Australia have an excellent temperament and will quickly consider themselves a part of the family.