October 22, 2018
They are bulldogs after all, so that’s to be expected! Much like the English bulldog, they have broad muzzles, short and stout limbs, and wide nostrils. Their undeniably alluring eyes are wide set and sleepy low. Their teeth are large, and they have the signature underbite jaws that are uniquely bulldog characteristics. They are just a few inches taller than their cousin. These are just a few features of the Victorian bulldog, who has been described as a cousin to the English bulldog. Want to see all of our adorable Victorian bulldog puppies for sale in our store? Just click here for our available puppies page!
These pups are very easy going and they can fit well into any family, with or without kids. Although they may look intimidating, they are very docile and sweet dogs. Because they are so obedient and loyal, they make excellent guard dogs. They can also live in an apartment or larger home, but they will require regular exercise in order to keep their muscular bodies in shape. Although a small yard would suffice, you will still need to take your Victorian bulldog for walks.
Victorian bulldogs have coats that are solid white, brindle, fawn, or red. They shed an average amount of hair. They don’t require regular grooming, but weekly de-shedding is recommended, especially if you want to keep a good handle on their loose hairs. If you’re not comfortable grooming your dog, take them to a professional groomer. Regarding their baths, they can be bathed up to twice a month. In between those times, pet-friendly wipes will work well.
The Victorian Bulldog is part of the group of dogs that have short and flat snouts, which makes it difficult for them to breathe at times. During the summer, they shouldn’t be left outside for long periods of time. Conversely, they don’t do well in extremely cold weather either. Indoor environments are the best for their comfort, and high temperatures should be avoided at all costs.