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english bulldog

The official symbol of England and mascot of the U.S. Marine Corps, the Bulldog is known for its tenacity. First used around 1560, the term "bulldog" was applied to the ancestors of today's modern breed. They are commonly believed to have been a cross between the Pug and Mastiff, but debate continues to this day.

Due to the shape of the Bulldogs muzzle, they commonly have breathing issues, which include loud snoring. The English Bulldog can be seen in many colors with a short and smooth coat. Typical weight for the English Bulldog is around 50lbs, but some have been found to weigh more than 70lbs.

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  • Kaylee
    Kaylee

    Age: 1Y Sex: F

    United States

  • Max
    Max

    Age: 5Y Sex: M

    United States

  • Lola
    Lola

    Age: 1Y Sex: F

    Canada

  • ROCKY
    ROCKY

    Age: 2Y Sex: M

    United States

  • Momma
    Momma

    Age: 6Y Sex: F

    United States

  • Bella
    Bella

    Age: 1Y Sex: F

    United States

  • Gertrude
    Gertrude

    Age: 1Y Sex: F

    United Kingdom

  • Winston
    Winston

    Age: 3Y Sex: M

    United States

  • Poppy
    Poppy

    Age: 1Y Sex: F

    United Kingdom

  • Bugsy
    Bugsy

    Age: 6Y Sex: M

    United States

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