Bull Terrier for sale


BULL TERRIER DOG BREEDThe Bull Terrier, otherwise known as Bully, is the only known dog with a pair of triangular eyes. Robust and well-proportioned, he isn’t one to back down from any confrontation, although he doesn’t go about looking for trouble. He used to fight. Now, he’s just that perfect companion dog for the family.

The Bull Terrier became known in the early 19th century. During this period, dogs were bred mainly for blood sports. These ’fighting dogs’ were required to be tenacious and light on their feet in the arena. For this reason, the Bull and Terrier breed developed from the old Bulldog and Terrier dog. Bull Terriers then emerged from the Bull and Terrier breed and were later recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1936.



Independent: A dog with a mind of its own. He needs a capable handler to keep him under control.
Good-natured: Despite his fighting heritage, a Bull Terrier will wag his tail and warm up to every member of the household—especially kids.
Courageous: Although he is a lover, he’ll not hesitate to put up a fight when backed into a corner—or when he feels his territory threatened. 


• Bull Terriers all have a notable feature—a head that shape like an egg.
• They’re muscular and stocky in build, with their weight ranging from 35 to 75 pounds and a height of 21 or 22 inches. Although miniature, Bull Terriers are considerably smaller in size.
• The coat is short and thick. Coat colors could be white, brindle, fawn, or red tricolor.


• Bull Terriers are affectionate dogs. They’re well-known for their intense love and friendliness towards people—even to strangers.
• Bull Terriers adapt well to apartment living. As quiet dogs that hardly bark, they are the ideal pet for apartment residents.
• Bull Terriers do not tolerate being left alone. They thrive in the company of their family, so if you’re planning to own a Bully, never leave him alone for too long.


• Because Bull Terriers have high energy and intensity. They require about 30 to 60 minutes of daily physical and mental exercise. It could be in the form of walks, a trip to a dog-friendly Park, or playing Frisbee. If it makes him active, it’s all he needs.
• Bull Terriers do not like being cold. Try to keep him warm, especially during chilly periods
• Brush your Bull Terrier’s coat every week to remove dead hair and maintain skin oil distribution.
• And, except he’s messy, keep the baths to a minimum of every two to three months.

If you intend to add this breed of dogs to your family member. You can find adorable Bull Terrier puppies for sale near you

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