Type of Bulldog

        American Bulldog

American Bulldogs weigh between 60 and 120 pounds and are strong, muscular canines. They have a short, silky, and colorful coat.

            French Bulldog

French Bulldogs, sometimes known as Frenchies, are among the most well-liked little dogs worldwide. They are playful, affectionate, and have a bulldog's personality in a small dog's body.

            English Bulldog

English bulldogs are described as reliable and trustworthy in Hill's Pet, yet it understates how devoted and devoted these bulldogs are.

        Australian Bulldog

As long as they have the right food, exercise, and attention, an Australian Bulldog can live as happily in a city as they can in a home with a backyard, according to Pet Guide.

   Olde English Bulldogge

According to Dogster, the Olde English Bulldogge is a hybrid of the American Bulldog, Bulldog, American Pit Bull Terrier, and Bullmastiff.

Victorian Bulldog

Similar to an English Bulldog, the Victorian Bulldog was created by mating English Bulldogs with Bull Terriers, Bullmastiffs, and Staffordshire Bull Terriers.

Catahoula Bulldog

The Catahoula Bulldog is a hybrid of the American Bulldog and the Catahoula Leopard Dog.

Ca de Bou

According to Old Red English Bulldogs Kennel, the Ca de Bou was first introduced in the Balearic Islands off the coast of Spain in the 1200s.

Alapaha Blue-Blood Bulldog

According to Vet Street, the Alapaha Blue-Blood Bulldog was bred in the southern United States to be a "catch dog" that would pursue and capture cattle or other animals.


The Bullmsatiff, also known as "The Gamekeeper's Night Dog," was developed in England somewhere around the middle of the 1880s. In order to create a swift and sneaky dog that may aid gamekeepers in discouraging poachers from stealing, Mastiffs and Bulldogs were crossed.