Original Name : Bull Terrier
Type : Lupoid
Other Names : Bull
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Countries of origin : United Kingdom
Bull Terriers are dedicated and courageous dogs that are nothing less than the gladiators of the dog world. Even tempered and amenable to discipline, although obstinate, they are especially good with people.
Almost flat upper skull from ear to ear.
Well rounded with clearly sprung ribs, from withers to brisket. The chest is closer to the ground than the belly.
When white, then pure white. Skin pigmentation and markings on the head are not faults. In colored dogs, the color should predominate.
Small, thin and close together. The dog should be able to hold them erect when carried vertically.
Short, set low, carried horizontally.
Short, flat, even and harsh to the touch with a fine sheen. A soft undercoat may appear in winter.
Strongly built, muscular, well balanced and active, Bull Terriers have a lively, determined and intelligent expression. Their down-faced egg-shaped head is truly unique. Males and females are clearly different.In action, Bull Terriers look well knit, moving with free and easy, regular strides, with a characteristic nimbleness.The standard does not impose any weight and height limits, save for the miniature variety, which must not exceed 14 inches, but Bull Terriers must always give the impression of being substantial, with due consideration for the quality and sex of the specimen.
Bull Terriers have a very distinctive head: long, strong and full right to the end of the muzzle, but never coarse. Viewed from the front, egg-shaped and completely filled, with no hollows or indentations. The profile curves gently downward, from the top of the skull to the tip of the nose.