Bull Terrier Puppies
Just as the name depicts, the Bull Terrier belongs in the terrier family. The breed is known for its large egg-shaped head and triangular eyes. For its size, the breed is extremely powerful. It ranks first in the pound-for-pound lean muscle tissue dogs. There is a smaller version of the Bull Terrier puppies which is known as the Miniature Bull Terrier.
The most distinctive feature of the San Diego Bull Terrier puppies is the large sized head which is egg shaped. The top of the dog’s skull is almost flat. The nostrils are well developed and have a nose that is black in color and bent downwards at the tip. The triangular eyes are also distinctive in the breed and are small in size, dark and usually deep set. The body is generally full and pretty muscular. The tail is normally carried horizontally. The general color of the Bull Terrier puppies San Diego is white. The dog has a jaunty gait walk which gives it the nickname ‘The Gladiator of the Canine Race’.
The Bull Terrier puppies are pretty aggressive towards other dogs but friendly towards people. The Bull Terrier is a comical and a fun loving dog that enjoys the company of people. They are generally courageous, active, fearless, clownish and scrappy. The affectionate nature of the San Diego Bull Terrier puppies is at times dangerous for the delicate natured owners and hence not recommended for homes with small children. Additionally, absent proper training, socializing and exercising, the breed can be independent and at times stubborn. They are not recommended for the inexperienced owner.
The Bull Terrier puppies San Diego are somewhat fiercely protective if not well socialized as puppies. You should be vigilant when leaving them with other animals. The breed has a strong prey instinct and can easily cause death or injury to other animals such as cats. However, when brought up in the company of other house pets and well socialized, the breed can get well with other animals. All in all, they should never be completely trusted with animals.
All San Diego Bull Terrier puppies must be checked for deafness. This is a problem that occurs in over 20% of the white dogs. Skin allergies are also common in the Bull Terrier. Proper pest control should be done. Frequent vet appointments are also recommended.
The most important care is that of training and socializing the breed from an early age. Failure to train and socialize can make the dog both aggressive and unresponsive. They can also become overprotective. By socializing them with other pets from an early age, they will be able to live together seamlessly. Daily exercises are also recommended. This will not only make the dog happy but also improve its health. The short hair of the Bull Terrier puppy San Diego requires minimal effort in grooming.
Height: 18 to 22 inches
Weight: 50 to 85 pounds
10 to 15 years
The Bull Terrier puppies are widely used as family dogs. With proper socialization, they can coexist other house pets.