Miniature Bull Terrier

The Miniature Bull Terrier originated in England and were bred for fighting bulls but later became a companion breed. They are a mixture of the English Bulldog, Spanish Pointer and English Terrier resulting in a muscular, agile dog. There are 2 types of Bull Terrier, the Standard and the Miniature.

They are identical except for their height and weight but have the same personality and characteristic traits. Although this breed was initially bred to fight, studies were done on their temperament in all scenarios and they ranked higher in comparison to all breeds.

This breed is a muscular, solid dog that has very short, hard fur. They have a distinctive oval shaped muzzle and a large square skull. The Bull Terrier's ears are large and pricked upwards while their body is wide and stout. Their tail is slender and has a slight curve to it. Overall this dog has an intimidating look but their personality is completely opposite!

The Miniature Bull Terrier is an animated, playful puppy at heart, but they also have a courageous protective side to them. These dogs are extremely tolerant of children and have an intense affection for their owners. Though they have a 'tough dog' reputation, anybody who has actually met one of these dogs knows exactly that they are big furry babies that thrive on attention and love. They are goofy dogs that have a sense of humor and can entertain themselves and their owners. The Bull Terrier has a charming personality that is truly one of a kind.

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