February 9, 2009 | 1 Comment
English bulldog breeders are well known for nurturing and breeding dogs that in common parlance are known as British bulldogs. The dogs trace their ancestry to England, come in many colours and their coats are smooth as well as short.
The colors mark the price and in order of preference they are brindle (a special shade of red), red (akin to the chestnut horse), white as well as fawn. Sometimes there are markings of any other colour otherwise known as piebald. A pale nose coloured like liver is taken to be a disqualification.
Black bulldogs are not much preferred because some judges say that these lack in under bite. In America 50 pounds weight is the ideal for Read more