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These American Bull Dog Photos were sent in by Jennifer Blevins, Jennifer writes:
Here are 2 pictures of my dogs, My name is Jennifer and I am a bulldog lover. The all white dog is a male, and his name is Ozzie. He is 2 years old, and is a NKC champion, he weighs 84 pounds and has soo much drive. He also has a few titles. The other dog, white with brown spots is our female Jenny. She is almost 3 years old and weighs 82 pounds. We have no papers on her, she is just a pet. Thanks!
Bull Dog Photo : Thanks for sending in the bull dog pictures Jennifer, they are both beautiful looking dogs.
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Early bulldogs were used in the bloody sport of bullbaiting. Some of these dogs emigrated with their masters from England to America. Eventually the English Bulldog was bred down in size and his personality was softened, but the American version remained a larger, fiercer dog. The American version has longer legs and more speed and agility than the English show dog. Today's American Bulldog breed was established about 25 years ago from working bulldogs in the Sand Valley area of Alabama where farmers used these dogs to help handle unruly livestock. The American Bulldog has also been used as a guard and in hunting bear, wild boar, squirrel and raccoon. They have even been trained to drive cattle and guard stock from predators. Farmers prize these dogs for their stamina, protectiveness, intelligence and working abilities.
Brave and determined, but not hostile. Alert and self-confident. May be assertive with other dogs and aloof with strangers. Because of his strong protective instincts, the American Bulldog should be well-socialized and obedience trained at an early age.
hunting, tracking, watchdog, guarding, and weight pulling.
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