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  • Bulldog Temperament

    When it comes to choosing the type of dog that suits you, you should not really rely on the outward appearance of the dog when judging temperaments. If you take a look at the case of the bulldog, contrary to their ferocious appearance, the bulldog actually has a sweet and kind nature. In fact, the bulldog is very tolerant and patient when it comes to children. Often times, the bulldog will let the children play with them.

    Aside from being very tolerant with children, the bulldog is often tenacious and dominant when it comes to strangers and other dogs. If they put their heart on something, you can expect the bulldog to go after it persistently and aggressively. Even when the bulldog is in the territory of other dogs, it still displays that dominating characteristic. Often times, as the other dogs will also want to protect their territory, a fight will ensue. Since the bulldog is a fighter by nature, you can expect a very fierce fight between your bulldog and the other dogs. If would therefore be prudent that if you have a bulldog, you will take care not to expose your bulldog in situations where it can pick up a fight with other dogs. You should always bear in mid that your bulldog is very courageous and does not fear anything. It the other dog would pick up a fight, then, a fight they will have.

    Keeping Your Bulldog In Check

    Your bulldog is generally very tolerant to pain. The bulldog is never known to complain when it is injured, feeling ill, thirsty, hungry or simply feeling cold. Although this tolerant temperament has it advantages, it also has it own disadvantages. For one thing, if you are not really perceptive about how your dog is feeling, your dog could really get very sick very you find out that is indeed sick.

    The thing that you should watch out about your bulldog is that it can really be headstrong. If you don’t train your bulldog well, you will really end up having a difficult time restraining your dog. Besides, the bulldog has a great sense of right or wrong that if it feels that it is unjustly punished, you can expect it to sulk for days. Many bulldog owners would find their dog sulking and uncooperative after they have unjustly punished them that in the end, they will try to make things up for the dog. For people who do not have the energy or the patient to deal with a headstrong dog like the bulldog, it would be a good idea for you to get a more placid and less domineering type of dog.

    Another thing that you should know about the temperament of your bulldog is that your dog has a brooding demeanor but that doesn’t mean that you dog is continuously grouchy. You just have to understand that the bulldog looks just like that – brooding and stern. However brooding and stern does your bulldog looks, your dog is actually very alert and aware of everything that goes on around it and it can be very playful too. Being familiar with the physical appearance of the bulldog would help you understand your dog better.

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