“The Bulldog Life: 12 Truths Every New Owner Should Embrace”

What links England, the U.S. Marines, Yale University, University of Georgia, and many other schools together? It’s the Bulldog – the chosen symbol of their resilience and grit.


Known as the English Bulldog or British Bulldog, this breed has its roots in England with a history filled with bloodshed. Originally bred from fighting mastiffs brought to the British Isles by the Romans, they were used in the brutal sport of bullbaiting.

However, the modern Bulldog bears little resemblance to its aggressive ancestors. The fierceness displayed in the past is now a thing of the past, as today’s Bulldogs are known for their sweet and loving nature. They are described as friendly, social, calm, balanced, compassionate, stubborn, proud, and persevering.

Whether you are thinking of getting an English Bulldog or are already a proud owner, there are some truths you need to be aware of. Dive into the twelve realities that new English Bulldog owners must acknowledge… and if you are already a Bulldog owner, see if you can relate to them!

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