American Bulldogs: Gentle giants, weighing up to 120 pounds when grown. They're affectionate, considering themselves lapdogs. With powerful jaws and loyalty, they excel as watchdogs.
Frenchies, bred smaller than other bulldogs, weigh <30lbs. Bold and popular, they're low-exercise but alert. Beware of breathing issues in hot weather. Comparable to American and English watchdogs.
English Bulldogs: English symbol due to loyalty. Once farm dogs in bull-baiting (banned in 1835). Now mascots at Cal State, Yale, and UGA, thanks to their tough appearance.
Muscular American Bulldogs enjoy long walks, surprisingly agile. Regular exercise maintains healthy weight, strong heart, longer lifespan, and prevents issues like hip dysplasia, heart disease.
Bulldogs are joyful, family-loving dogs who happily snooze all day when feeling lazy. Some sleep 12-14 hours daily, needing encouragement for daily exercise to stay healthy and active.
Frenchies: Perked "bat ears," attentive, and ready to join family activities. Loving, playful, and calm, they make great companions. Enjoy poolside days with you.
American Bulldogs: Easygoing and tolerant of human shenanigans. Dress them up in costumes, but expect adorable puppy-dog eyes pleading for mercy in the photos.
Bulldogs: "Man's best friend." Fiercely loyal and affectionate, loving their owners endlessly. Can be territorial with strangers, but proper training helps them socialize easily.
English Bulldogs: Smaller (50 lbs) with a stocky build compared to Americans. Enthusiastic, loyal, and protective like their big cousins. Eager companions, always aiming to please.
Bulldogs, while sometimes stubborn, can be trained with treats. Their intelligence is evident as they know they can wait for rewards. With treats, they'll learn and obey commands willingly.