English Bulldog Information

Here are some valuable resources about English Bulldogs

Official Bulldog Standards

Top of head broad and flat, turn of shoulders, straight forelegs, rear legs visible from front deep chest. Nose-broad, deep set between eyes lower jaw, undershot brisket, chest back-roach hocks-slightly bent and well let down. Sound sturdy limbsand the suggestion of...

Miniature English Bulldog Breeding Standards

HEAD Bulldog skull is very large in reference to the rest of the body and the forehead should be flat, not rounded. Ears and eyes should be as far from each other as possible. Eyes sitting low down in the skull, round and neither bulging or sunken in.The circumference...

Great Nurturing at World Wide Bulldogs

Great Nurturing at World Wide Bulldogs We treat each puppy like family here. The people that buy our bulldog puppies are not just getting a quality purebred English Bulldogs, they are getting well-adjusted family members, nurtured from birth.

English Bulldog Training

Crate Training It can be easy to be lax on your puppy when its small and cute. But if you don't train it from the beginning, correcting their misbehaviors later in life will be considerably difficult. Crate training is a great method for training your puppy and...

English Bulldog Health

Due to the Bulldog's short coat, grooming is fairly simple. Having some pet wipes handy will make this process a breeze. Clean skin folds daily to avoid infection Coat should be brushed weekly Teeth should be brushed regularly Nails should be trimmed to avoid...

English Bulldog History

The Bulldog had its origins in the British Isles.The "Bull" part of bulldog comes from the sport of bull baiting. It was cruel, and often deadly, to both the bull and the dog. The original bulldog had to be very ferocious and courageous. The modern Bulldog doesn't...