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A Victorian Bulldog Fits the Bill When it Comes to a Perfect Family Dog!

September 23, 2017

Want to know more about the Victorian Bulldog? Read along with our blog to see if this is the puppy for you!

The Victorian Bulldog is a well-built and athletic dog, one that has stout limbs, a broad muzzle, and wide nostrils. Eyes are set low and wide apart. Its canine teeth are large, it has a wide chest, muscular forelegs and broad shoulders. These are just a few features of the Victorian bulldog, a canine friend which many have described as a cousin to the English bulldog. They are inches taller than their cousin and have a bit more of snout and a lighter chest. Want to see all of our adorable Victorian bulldog puppies for sale in our store? Just click here for our available puppies page! victorian bulldog

Haircoats and grooming

Victorian bulldog coats are solid white, brindle, red or fawn. They shed an average amount of hair, meaning that they don’t require regular grooming, but weekly deshedding is recommended. If you’re not comfortable grooming your bulldog you can employ the services of a professional groomer. Baths can be given up to twice a month, with wipe downs or spritzes in between.

Temperament and training

These dogs are easy going and fit well within a family. Their loyalty and obedience make them popular with pet owners, with many of them keeping them as guard dogs. Although they may look intimidating, they are very docile and loving. Their athletic body requires regular exercise in order to keep them in shape. Although a small yard would do, at times you may need to walk them in the park and play around with other pets and children both as a socialization process, but also for keeping it in a good shape.

Things to watch out for

Victorian bulldogs are best suited for moderate climates, therefore they need to be in a cool place, and they normally find it difficult to cool down in hot areas. Indoor environments are the best but they also need sunshine especially when it is not very hot. High temperatures make the dog uncomfortable and should be avoided as much as possible.

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