American Bulldog

American Bulldog

American Bulldog

Although the American Bulldog is apparent in paintings dating back to the early 1800’s, it has only been recognized as a breed for the last 15 to 20 years. Before that it was known by other names, the “English White” or “Southern Bulldog” as it hails from the southern United States, specifically the Georgia-Alabama region. The American Bulldog is a breed that has earned its keep for many years, working to protect property, family, and catch escaped cattle for hundreds of years. Emphasis was not put on the appearance of the dog as much as what that dog could accomplish physically. They are uniform in appearance today, however, with a broad head, muscular build and athletic type. Males are markedly larger and more masculine then females, and can weigh in at 120 pounds. The average female should weigh between 60 and 90 pounds. The color patters recognized by the American Bulldog Association are white, white and brindle or white and red.

American Bulldog Breeder Directory

Click on the links below to visit the American Bulldog breeder websites. Click on the “Breeder Services” to the left to submit your website or to have CaninePlanet.net build a web site for you.

  • Brocks Kennel
    Contact: Delphia Brock
    Phone: 865-988-7353
    Email: [email protected]
    Location: Tennessee

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