Your English Bull Dane is your entire life — which means you're always open to learning about new and exciting ways to keep them entertained, healthy, and fully exercised. As you probably know, your English Bull Dane has a pretty steady need for activity and entertainment.
While your doggo does come from two of the more lethargic breeds — The Great Dane and the English Bulldog — they still have about a medium activity level and require anywhere from 40 minutes to an hour of solid activity every day. The English Bull Dane is thought to have been a result of a hybrid breeding designer dog trend, and because of this, is best known for being a companion pup.
English Bull Danes are affectionate, responsive, alert, and loyal to their pack, but because of their parent breeds, can be known to be lazy every now and again (rather, they'd prefer to lounge by your side than sprint around the backyard).
That means it's up to you to provide your pup with regular, exciting entertainment and activities to keep them trim, active, healthy, and entertained.
Your pup is a lot of things — loyal, caring, alert, and loving. But they're also totally dependent on you to provide them with the daily exercise, entertainment, and challenges they need to stay sharp and healthy. Because your pup is likely a big doggo, you're going to have to monitor their hips, joints, and bones to make sure you're not overdoing it with any exercise.
That being said, because your pup has the tendency to be a lazy, lovey-dovey doggo, don't be afraid to take a day or two off now and again for some cuddle time on the couch, too!
Dogs are a lot like people — they get bored if you do the same thing over and over. Make sure that you're switching up your English Bull Dane's exercise and activities as often as possible to keep them intrigued, entertained, and willing to participate in your activities. Your pup requires daily activity, probably about two walks (at least) every day.