Send us a picture of your lovable Bulldog, and we’ll create a custom plush stuffed animal that looks just like them. We’ll be sure to take into account every detail on your Bulldog from head to toe (even his plump little belly).
Each personalized Bulldog stuffed animal features:
Your Bulldog plushie will be so much like your pet Bulldog you won’t be able to tell the difference. Well, minus the surprise burps, snorts, and farts! We’ll leave that to your real Bulldog pet!
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Characteristics: Good guard dog and always persistent in their pursuit. Loves attention from humans.
Size: Medium-sized dog.
Energy Level: Medium energy level.
Personality: A gentle giant. Very affectionate and dependable dog breed. Good with children.
Height: 12-16 in.
Weight: 49-55 lb.
Life Expectancy: 8-10 years
Popular Breeds: English Bulldog
Nutrition and Feeding: 1/2 to 2 cups of food daily. Divided into two meals.
Grooming: Easy to groom with a brush or comb. Bathe as necessary. Wipe inside wrinkles of face frequently.
Exercise: Needs a daily walk. Behavior problems can develop without regular exercise.
Health: Prone to having breathing problems. Susceptible to the heat and can have eye problems. Can also develop tumors, skin infections and hip and knee problems.
The Bulldog has deep roots that extend back for at least 500 years. Its earliest ancestors were used for bull baiting – the act of pulling a bull by the nose ring and leading them to breed. This was a form of entertainment at the time, and the Bulldogs were known to be aggressive in nature, much different than how their personalities are today.
This all changed during the nineteenth century when England outlawed dog fighting and dog shows began to take on more popularity. They were bred over this time to produce the stocky build they have now with low-slung bodies and large heads. This also helped to change the Bulldog’s personality to a kinder and gentler pet that was no longer considered vicious.
Originating in the British Isles, the Bulldog is considered to be a mix of a mastiff and a pug. While the English Bulldog is thought of as the breed, there are American as well as French versions of the breed that are also very popular. The Bulldog is recognized as having 10 colors and six markings.
The Bulldog is immediately recognizable as a mascot for schools such as Yale. Here, a show dog named Handsome Dan was made the school’s mascot. Each successor to Handsome Dan bores the same name. The University of Georgia also has a Bulldog as its mascot named Uga.
Bulldogs are also a symbol of the U.S. Marine Corps which started during WWI. These USMC Bulldogs are named Chesty.
The AKC registered the Bulldog in 1886.
The popularity of Bulldogs is on the rise. They have topped the charts as the 4th most popular dog breed in the U.S., making them an amusing pal to have by your side. From their deep courage to friendly nature, the Bulldog is a great pet to have.
Source: Google Trends
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