American Bulldog Height : Desirable height in a mature male ranges from 22 to 27 inches; in a mature female, from 20 to 25 inches.
American Bulldog Weight : Desirable weight in a mature male ranges from 75 to 125 pounds; in a mature female, from 60 to over 100 pounds.
American Bulldog Colors : All white, pied, or up to 90% color; brindle or red patches (red is defined as any shade of tan, brown or red)
Country of Origin: United States.
Coat: The coat is short, stiff to the touch, and close. Any color combination is acceptable, except solid black, solid blue, or white with patches of black and tan.
Character: The American Bulldog is powerful, confident, and agile. It is naturally alert, inqusitive and fearless.
Temperament: This breed is affectionate toward children, if taught how to properly behave around them. It can be somewhat standoffish or aggressive around strangers. Because they were originally bred to bring down bulls and other livestock, the instinct to be aggressive with other animals is strong. Proper socialization is key.
Care: Not much grooming is required, however a good combing with a coarse comb is required when shedding.
Training: Training should begin as early in the American Bulldog's life as possible. It retains what it learns for a very long time.
Activity: This dog is very energetic and needs lots of exercise. Long walks, jogging, playing catch, or agility or skills trials keep it happy.
American Bulldog Description : American Bulldogs are powerful, athletic short-coated animals, strongly muscled, and well boned. They generate the impression of great strength and endurance with their sturdy, compact frames. The American Bulldog fits in the category of working dogs and is of the mastiff family. They are gentle, loving family companions, fearless enough to face an angry bull or a human intruder. American Bulldogs are known for their love for children and are excellent with other pets, especially when raised together.