The Animations on this Page are to the best of my knowledge are Royalty Free.

These are not the only animations of Bulldogs, there are more on other pages and more aninations can be accessed from the table at the bottom of the page.

 

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English Bulldogs are observers and sleepers, not property protectors so if you need a barking watchdog, this little guy might not be for you.

Bulldogs are calm and gentle dogs that get along with everyone and are especially good with kids. Their coat is soft and short and comes in all colours and mixtures except black. The most common colours are red brindle, brindle, white and fawn. Be sure to keep their wrinkled face clean by wiping it at least once a week with a water moistened cotton ball.

Descended from ancient Asian Mastiffs, the English Bulldog was developed in Great Britain by crossing the bulldog descendants of the Mastiffs with Pugs. The result is a small dog that is wide and compact with a large head that has an intimidating look with a lot of folds in the skin.

English Bulldogs will average only 30–40cm (12–16ins) in height but weigh anywhere from 22–25kgs (49–55lbs). They only live an average of 8 years. They have a short and smooth coat that needs minimal grooming and is considered average shedders. Baths are only given when necessary.

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English Bulldogs are mostly brindle or red and it tends to be a uniform colour but there are also coats of liver, tan, black and white. English Bulldogs have a short muzzle and the lower jaw extends past the upper jaw. Because of this jaw structure, they have a tight grip when clamping down on anything. They make good watchdogs, alerting its family to an approaching stranger by growling and barking but will not attack. They also make good family pets and enjoy being in the company of humans as well as other animals. They are generally gentle with children but can be dominating at times. For this reason, obedience training is a must, as well as an owner who is not afraid to act as the alpha of the pack, as English Bulldogs can be stubborn and difficult to train.

Younger English Bulldogs tend to be full of energy while older ones tend to slow down. It is important to exercise them at least once a day to discourage obesity – sometimes a difficult feat since they are content to not move at all (though almost all of them are relatively inactive indoors). This choice of inactivity also makes it important not to over feed them.

On the whole English Bulldogs tend to drool, slobber and snore. This is due to their smallwindpipes, which also makes them prone to breathing problems. They do not handle heat well at all and are susceptible to heat stroke. They are also sensitive to cold, so They live are best in temperate climates. They also are prone to flatulence, hip and knee problems and skin infections.

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was given the affectionate title of “The British Bulldog” during the 2nd World War.

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French Bulldogs were bred to be companion animals and became a favourite of city dwellers. As a distinguished dog breed they came to be called the “Gentleman’s Dog”.

The English Bulldog is generally accepted as the predominant ancestor of the French Bulldog; although they were bred from dwarfed versions of the English Bulldog.

The French Bulldog was originally called the “Boule-dogue Francais”.

Actually, this dog is a true international breed as it is English in its roots, became popular on the city streets of France but rose to distinction and was more specifically developed in the U.S.

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U.S. French Bulldog fanciers insisted that the now distinctive “bat ear” of the French Bulldog be accepted as the right shape for French Bulldog ears; otherwise, today’s French Bulldogs would have a “rose” shaped ear.

The French Bulldog was first boosted to popularity as a favoured pet of the “Belles De Nuit” (street walkers) of Paris.

French upper classes adopted the French Bulldog as part pet, part fashion statement, which is how they came to become favoured as an upper-class dog.

French Bulldogs are featured in photographs with the Russian Royal Family.

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