American Bullweiler

60-90 lbs
20-28"
United States
American Bulldog
Rottweiler
Rottbull

Occasionally known as a Rottbull, the American Bullweiler is a cross between an American Bulldog and a Rottweiler. While their muscular build and tough-looking appearance make them well-suited for guard dog roles, they can just as easily be affectionate family pets. Just be aware that this is a dog with a lot of energy — seriously, a lot of energy.

In this introduction to the American Bullweiler dog, you’ll learn that:

  • This is a dog that’s easy to train and eager to please
  • The American Bullweiler is a recent addition to the canine world, but both parent breeds have long histories as working dogs
  • They are relatively healthy, but can suffer from Hip Dysplasia
  • They need at least an hour’s activity a day

American Bullweiler Breed Overview

You can see why breeders thought the American Bulldog and Rottweiler would be a good match for crossbreeding. Both are strong and athletic breeds with long histories of being trained by humans for working roles. The American Bullweiler is just as eager to please as their parents, making them a good fit for active households — parents who love long walks, take note.

Although they’re certainly energetic, this dynamism can be tamed — the American Bullweiler can pick up tricks quickly and take to socialization well, meaning that they can live alongside other pets and small children if need be.

While they do shed a little and can’t be considered hypoallergenic, the American Bullweiler is pretty low-maintenance when it comes to grooming, which is sure to be a plus for some parents. The early indications seem to suggest that they’re fairly healthy, as well.

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purpose Purpose
Guarding, Companion
history Date of Origin
1989
ancestry Ancestry
American Bulldog, Rottweiller

American Bullweiler Health

Average Size
Male American Bullweiler size stats
Height: 20-28 inches Weight: 70-120 lbs
Female American Bullweiler size stats
Height: 20-28 inches Weight: 60-90 lbs

American Bullweiler Breed History

Although different canine varieties have likely been interbreeding for thousands of years, the trend for hybrid dogs really took off at the end of the 20th century — the creation of Labradoodle is often considered the trigger for other breeders to find new mixes.

The American Bullweiler will have emerged at this time, although not much is known about their exact history or origin. What we can speak a bit more surely on, however, is the respective lineage of the parent breeds.

The Rottweiler is the older of the two, with canine historians noting the breed descended from Roman drover dogs, who in turn had Asian Mastiff ancestry. These working animals proved invaluable in pulling carts, herding cattle and guarding the camp.

After the Roman Empire collapsed, this drover dog continued to find popularity in Rottweil, a German town named after the red tiles abundant in the local architecture. Here, they were bred with local dogs until the modern Rottweiler was born — this new canine would take its name from the local town.

Rottweilers were put to work by local butchers and were given the name Rottweiler metzgerhund, or Rottweil butcher dog. However, the breed’s strength and stamina weren’t needed so much after the advent of the railway system and as a result, numbers plummeted.

However, admirers of the breed set up a club dedicated to Rottweilers at the turn of the 20th century and kennel clubs began setting standards — the American Kennel Club (AKC) did so in 1934.

Although they have become faithful companions for many families across the globe, Rottweilers still make for excellent working dogs, particularly in the police, customs or rescue forces.

If traced back far enough, the American Bulldog has quite violent beginnings — they’re one of several breeds to have descended from the English Bulldog, which was originally bred to fight bulls or bears in front of crowds.

When this barbaric practice began to decline in the 18th century, some of these dogs would have accompanied British settlers in the USA. They played an important working role on the farm, be that herding livestock, hunting feral pigs or guarding the home.

These bulldogs were particularly popular in the rural parts of the Southern states, although overall numbers had dwindled by the end of World War Two. However, their fate changed thanks to the efforts of returning veteran John D Johnson, who set about revitalizing the breed. He searched long and hard for the best candidates and his hard work was continued by Alan Scott, who helped further the line and hone what is now known as the American Bulldog.

Today, American Bulldogs are still prized by some farmers and hunters, but they have also gained a reputation as a gentle and affectionate family pet, too.

American Bullweiler Breed Appearance

Like a lot of new hybrids, there’s a lot of variation in American Bullweiler puppies — some will take on American Bulldog traits, while others will resemble a Rottweiler more.

Typically, the American Bullweiler size will be large, with a strong body that’s slender at the back and more muscular at the front. This is finished off with rounded feet and a full-sized tail.

This frame is covered in a short, dense coat seen in a range of color combinations — the most common seem to be black, golden, and red with white markings on the chest, neck and feet areas.

The head of an American Bullweiler is often more Rottweiler-esque in appearance, although some of the American Bulldog’s wrinkly skin around the face and neck might be present.

The eyes are normally dark brown and the nose black, while the ears are floppy but semi-pricked. The jaw tends to have a scissor-bite.


Similar Breeds to an American Bullweiler

If you’re looking for a dog that matches the American Bullweiler’s energy and affability, here are some similar breeds to consider.



American Bullweiler Breed Maintenance


When it comes to maintenance, parents won’t have to spend much time grooming their American Bullweiler. Their short coat needs little more than daily brushing with a rubber curry brush and perhaps a bath once every six to eight weeks. Overbathing will lead to an excessively oily coat, but thankfully, this doesn’t seem to be a breed that drools a lot or has a bad odor.

As well as daily fur brushing, parents should also check their dog’s ears regularly and clean them weekly to reduce the risk of infection. Nails should be trimmed every two to three weeks and teeth need to be brushed regularly, as well.

All parents of Bulldogs or Bulldog hybrids need to be wary of overheating, as the breed is prone to this condition in hot weather. If you see your American Bullweiler panting or drooling excessively, move them to a cooler space and try to lower their temperature with sprays or cooling wraps.


American Bullweiler Health Risks

The American Bullweiler is a comparatively new hybrid breed, so it’s too early to speak confidently about the breed-specific health risks. However, there are a pair of health conditions to which it appears they’re more prone to developing.

Both of these can be hereditary, so this makes it extra-important to only deal with responsible breeders who carry out screenings on their animals and remove those affected from the breeding pool.


Hip Dysplasia

Like other large-sized dogs who love to run around, the American Bullweiler is more predisposed to developing Hip Dysplasia at some point in their lives. This occurs when the hip bone becomes misaligned with the corresponding socket and the two move together with friction. This can lead to limping and pain.

Fortunately, there are a range of treatment options at a vet’s disposal. More minor cases might require nothing more than some weight loss and medication, but more severe instances can be alleviated with physiotherapy and surgery.


Pulmonic Stenosis

This congenital heart condition occurs when two of the heart’s valves don’t work as intended, thereby inhibiting the flow of blood around the body. It can be symptomless, but other dogs affected can suffer from weakness, arrhythmia, intolerance for exercising or even heart failure.

A vet will perform several tests on your dog if they suspect there’s a heart problem. Once they land on a diagnosis of Pulmonic Stenosis, they might prescribe medication to ease the symptoms or recommend balloon valvuloplasty — this procedure involves inserting a balloon into the affected valve to encourage the blood to flow freely again. 

Many dogs diagnosed with Pulmonic Stenosis will go on to lead healthy lives after treatment, although regular veterinary monitoring will be required throughout the rest of their lives.

You don’t have to wait until something’s wrong with your dog to get them in front of a vet — a wellness plan includes regular testing to monitor their overall health.


What to Feed an American Bullweiler

Given their love of being active, the American Bullweiler has a large appetite and parents should look to provide them with high-quality dog food — this should include high protein levels to help with the maintenance of their muscular body, plus lots of vitamins and minerals, too.

As a dog prone to developing Hip Dysplasia, it’s important for parents to keep an eye on the weight of their American Bullweiler — obesity can worsen the condition.

Our guide to the best dog food for large dogs, like the American Bullweiler, is a great starting point. American Bullweiler puppies need age-appropriate food, so take a look at our recommendations for best puppy food for large dogs.

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American Bullweiler Temperament


To some, the American Bullweiler may appear tough and unwelcoming. However, looks can be deceiving and this hybrid, like their parent breeds, should prove to be a gentle and affectionate pet who loves playing and spending time with their family.

Early socialization is key with American Bullweiler puppies, but provided this is done effectively, they can cohabit quite happily with other pets and small children. This process should hopefully rein in some of their more territorial traits, such as barking at strangers.

American Bullweilers are up there with the most loyal dog breeds around and they make for excellent guard dogs if needs be. This is also down to their ability to learn commands quickly and desire to please their parents.

You will only see the best side of an American Bullweiler if you keep them physically and mentally stimulated, however, so be sure you can dedicate the time and effort required before introducing one into your life.

American Bullweiler Activity Requirements

The American Bullweiler is a breed with a high energy level, which means the breed requires plenty of space for movement and extra exercise on a regular schedule.

It's recommended that the American Bullweiler be given up to an hour of exercise per day due to its energetic temperament. Ideally, this dog would have access to a large yard around which to roam, but they have been known to adapt to apartment living provided they get enough exercise.

Intense play and long walks can keep the Bullweiler physically satisfied, and this breed is capable of living in either urban or rural areas as long as it's provided with mental and physical stimulation. 

American Bullweiler Owner Experiences

Thea
9 Months
1 People
Apartment
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walking with other dogs
Tug of war
Stick/ Ball fetch
My 9 month old bitch, Thea, can be headstrong when she wants to be. If she is not the centre of attention she will nip at legs to get attention. Though friendly with children she can jump up and push them over. I acknowledge that these are puppy traits that she will grow out of with time and training. I have had many strong dogs before so this is not an issue however she has proven more slow to learn than my Staffordshire Bull Terrier and Staffie/ Rottie mix. The breed characteristics say that the breed is not hypoallergenic however Thea suffers with various "intolerances" including pyoderma (canine acne) requiring steroids, antibiotics, Aloe Vera and specialist shampoo. Her siblings (we have a whatsApp group) are not suffering with the conditions. Not the best dog I've ever owned but every dog is a "work in progress" - she'll get there. Read more at: https://wagwalking.com/breed/american-bullweiler
1 year, 11 months ago
Thea
11 Weeks
1 People
Apartment
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
playing with other dogs
Balls
sticks
Walking,
Thea is still a puppy with sharp puppy teeth. When bored she will bite/nip to get attention and be mischievous, e.g. stealing things from the table. When active she is bright and obedient, easy to train (took about 30mins to teach her "come, sit, down, roll over"). I have made a point of introducing her to other dogs at an early age to get her socialised - she plays well with other dogs and understands boundaries - who will play with her and at what level.
2 years, 5 months ago
Viveka
1 Year
5 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
walk,run,playing and hide&seek
the very guard dog my family ever own
2 years, 6 months ago
Luna
8 Weeks
4 People
Apartment
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walk
We just got her but she has been full of love and energy which is what we were looking for
6 years, 3 months ago
Maisy
3 Years
2 People
House
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
We walk every day. She loves it!
Maisy was very stubborn as a puppy. But as she has matured, she has become much more calm and manageable. She lives with three cats. She is okay with cats. She is the most affectionate dog I have ever had. She loves to snuggle and loves to sleep between my husband and I. She is the best greeter when we come home from work. She is a sweetheart.
5 years, 11 months ago
Tala
2 Years
5 People
House
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Fetch,
Walks
playing with other dogs
Very smart, very loving, alerts us to strangers, protective of our family yet nice to strangers once introduced. Can either lay and cuddle or play. Easy to train and quick to learn however sometimes stubborn to listen if bored.
5 years, 8 months ago
Bruce
2 Years
3 People
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Health
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Friendliness
Energy
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An intelligent,affectionate, loyal , wonderful friend. A gentle dog. Loves butter. Loves cats. Hates the hoover, and horror films.
5 years, 7 months ago
Daisy
16 Months
5 People
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Energy
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We received Daisy after she needed rehoming from her previous family, by no fault of her own about 2 weeks ago. She has already shown her loyalty to us as her new family and is particular keen on our 5 year old. That is her human. She loves cats and just wants to play with other dogs. However, she needs some work with following commands when to disengage her protactive manner. She is Leary of men, in general and very much has the demeanor that she needs to decide when it's okay to approach someone newer. For a young dog, she isn't interested in toys and is okay with just laying around with a good bone.
5 years, 7 months ago
Nora
2 Years
2 People
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Energy
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I have 5 dogs all of different breeds and Nora is by far my most affectionate dog with the biggest personality. She is so human-like. She is very protective of her family and is very vocal and timid towards newcomers but she is a love bug once she warms up to them. She always has kisses to give!
5 years, 5 months ago
Winston
3 Years
2 People
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Energy
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We got winston about a year ago now whenever he needed rehoming from his previous owners as he was being mistreated. He was our first dog(which we now have 3 others) and is still our favourite by far! He’s the most loving, caring and cuddling dog I’ve ever met! He prefers women than he does men due to the fact he is dominate dog but will sleep beside us whenever he’s unwell.😁
5 years, 3 months ago
Ebony
4 Years
4 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Fetch
Tug-of-war
Frisbee
Lovely gentle breed, very affectionate, loyal, playful and intelligent.
5 years ago
Bleu
14 Months
2 People
House & Yard
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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I’ve had Bleu since she was 8 weeks old and has shown nothing but loyalty and love since I’ve had her, she’s amazing with other dogs but wary of new people until introduced. She is my first dog and I plan on getting another bullweiler within the next couple of years for my love of this breed!! I advise a bullweiler to anyone looking for a loyal, loving and protective dog.
4 years, 10 months ago
Sofia
5 Years
2 People
House
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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I got Sofia at 5 weeks old. In her adolescence, she was quite the jumper, able to vault a sofa and jump straight up onto a pool table. However, both of her CCL joints required surgery (at different times) which ended her jumping days. She is large for a female at 100 pounds. She has the kindest disposition to the family and friends, but woe to the invader of her house or yard. I wish she could live forever.
4 years, 9 months ago
Koda and Diamond
8 Months
3 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Well on Thanksgiving my American Bulldog gave birth to a happy litter of 5 American bullweiler puppies. I kept two of the five but kept all five in my family and they have all done amazingly. One lives in a bachelor's pad with two of my brothers and one lives with my sister and her son everyone lives with my dad and my five younger siblings. All five of them are phenomenal with children and people and other dogs. It took me two hours to teach Koda and Diamond (the two I kept) to sit lay stand and stay. They grabbed onto everything I was training them immediately. Absolutely wonderful dogs
4 years, 9 months ago
Justice
17 Months
1 People
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I got justice at 6 weeks old, from the second I picked him up an snugged him in nice an close for a rub it’s like he new I was their to love him, I got him to the car the day I picked him up an he was showing signs of protecting me against the the male driver, from day one he was an active happy exiting funny puppy to watch an grow, not to mention him being ready to put his life on the line whenever he thought danger was near by, this happened literally from his first night at home and this amazed me because he was so small and fragile still but had and has a heart of a lion, I cannot express in words how loyal an loving this dog as been, if his familiar with you he’ll get excited at the site of you an his not shy to talk to you an nudge you to be centre of attention but if he is unfamiliar with you you best run before he takes your neck off at home, as a pup he was extremely protective an hated meeting strangers everywhere but with time an a regular exercise pattern he became more calm an confident in public without feeling the need to protect me against everything from cars to people an other dogs, his still like this at home but Only if your a foe to him, otherwise he’ll greet you with excitement which in my opinion is a good thing. He learnt his sit, down, up, stay, speak, find your lead get your food bowl all with 2 weeks had no troubles trying him in any aspects, highly recommended but only if your going to be a loving caring owner, these dogs have the biggest souls an hearts, I’d have a whole farm of them if I could!
4 years, 7 months ago
Khaleesi
10 Months
4 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Every day playtime with her brother
Weekly training at doggy school
Long walks trough the forrest
swimming
We picked her up at the breeder when she was 11 weeks old. My sister-in-law took her brother. We started puppy school the next week. She is playfull and energetic. But also spook easily. She doesnt like strangers and barks at them
4 years, 7 months ago
Rolly
1 Year
2 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walking
Tug of war
running,
Fetch
We have had our Bullweiler for around 6 months. He was extremely nervy and still runs away from other dogs and is deathly afraid of our cat. He was initially scared of our very old Schipperke, but became best friends with him and would follow him around all day trying to get him to play and play fight. He would let our Schipperke bite his face and body and ears and never bite back hard and would just wag his tail and put his head on the ground and his bum in the air with his tail wagging. He is also scared of hoovers, scared of you holding objects like poles or carrying boxes, skittish around large noises. Most western lines of Rottweilers and American bulldogs are horribly bred, with zero temperament testing. Our dog is from German working Rottweiler lines, imported and bred in the UK. The American Bulldog was a house pet and from non working lines. Despite his skittishness, he is very good as a watchdog, he will bark like a dog possessed at anyone walking passed the house, delivering mail, hopefully his skittishness goes away with training and reinforcement, but he will likely always be a skittish dog to some degree and most mixed dogs have this issue, as mixed dogs are almost never bred by people who are breeding towards a temperament. He is good with people, soft even, out of the house he is soft and will either avoid or let people stroke him and wag his tail. He needs lots of exercise, at 10 months he needs at least 2-3 hours of exercise a day to not become destructive. This seems common in the crossing. They will steal anything not hidden, eat food, bottles, boxes off the kitchen counter, steal pebbles from the garden and try and eat them, even try and eat poop. Extremely food motivated, not too bothered about toys, he enjoys them, but really food is king. Bones, chews, thick rope to chew, kong with peanut butter. I taught him to sit, lay down, upsit, shake a paw, stay, jump up and fetch in about 3 weeks. Since then I don't really bother with that kind of stuff but have had to focus on the walking. The larger boned bully-er Bullweilers seem to all have a tendency to pull like a train, no matter how many hours you do the whole stop and wait them out, bribe them with treats, positive reinforcement routine. We tried harnesses, flat collars, slip leads, head leads, body loops etc. He still wants to pull. Eventually we gave in to our trainers advice and got a prong collar. Instant stop in extreme pulling, still wants to walk ahead, but does not pull forward. Off lead he is great, good recall, runs around like a nutcase, lolloping, spins around and runs 300 meters away, then bombs back to you as fast as he can. Protectiveness, is an interesting one, despite being a massive fearful wimp, he certainly does have some protective instincts. Our older dog was knocked over by a rambunctious young bully breed dog, they got up and the dog did it again. Rolly ran over, barked, growled with raised lips, stood infront of our dog with legs back and chest out, the other dog ran away. A second example is a man let his two young pitbulls off leash on the park and they ran up behind us and jumped on our smaller dog, he snarled and growled and chased one away and ran around barking until the owner put them on their leads. He also barked and snarled at an old lady who walked into our house by accident, thankfully I was home and nothing happened. Not sure anything would of, but potentially he would defend the home from an intruder. Last word of warning, I and the three other people I know with Bullweilers,all have issues with them opening doors. Our dog has figured out how to hit the keys in the doors and unlock them. He can get out and if he does he is prone to barking at people who come near the house. We have had to install safety locks to avoid him doing this and despite that he still wants to be out front, despite us having a large back garden and giving him daily runs and walks and play. Shedding is kind of an issue. So much so we shaved him thinking he had a serious condition, however we were told he simply had poor quality hair from the home we got him from. His coat has come back but is currently patchy, don't shave them and know their hair can look bad and split, but it just grows coarse, it isn't a health issue and shaving them can ruin their coat for life. Overall I absolutely love him. He is super super super velcro, if you go to poop, he goes, if you go to bed, he goes, if you do the garden, so does he.These dogs need someone with them most of the time, they are super attached to one person and no matter who walks them or who feeds them, that one person is their life. I broke big toe and middle toe and ripped open my foot and received very deep lacerations meaning I couldn't walk for two months. Someone else walked, fed and spent most of their time with him, but he would always want me, want to sleep near me, choose to sit near me over them and would run back home to find me during walks. Once they bond with their person, they become attached more than any breed I have ever known. They like rough play, he loves wrestling, i let him mouth me but I have a stop command of Calm, once I say it he stops instantly and just licks me or sits. Never feel scared of him and the rough play has boosted his confidence considerably. He started so skittish, but with the daily socialisation, the walks and roughhousing, he is slowly becoming confident and more used to excited dogs and strange people and less prone to flight, or fear aggression. Last thing is lapdog syndrome, they will try and sit on you, lay on you at night. Our boy is about 110lbs at 10 months and he sits on everyone, friends come over, sitting on you or attempting to while battering their leg with his tail so hard it leaves bruises. People fall in love with him and we have had several people, including our vet take a picture of him to show people. TLDR the rambling: Great loving velcro dogs, athletic, often fearful and skittish of other dogs and or people. Sheds fine hairs, steals items, food motivated, great watchdog, get attached to one person.
4 years, 3 months ago
Luna
5 Weeks
6 People
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Beautiful protective loving grate with kids
4 years, 2 months ago
Tucker
3 Years
6 People
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Health
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Energy
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Lots of food allergies but no other concerns at 3!
3 years, 11 months ago
Rubee-Max
7 Years
3 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Going on drives
She is loving and affectionate. Sometimes her head starts shaking like she is having a fit and can last 3 mins sometimes. I've read about this but can be very scary
3 years, 8 months ago
Marley
2 Years
2 People
House & Yard
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Playing
I have had marley since he is 8 weeks old he is so loving and gentle he's very powerful to walk but is a big baby he's my sticking plaster best dog around
3 years, 8 months ago
Ernie
1 Year
3 People
House
Health
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Running at the beach
Playing at daycare
digging
we have had our Ernie for over a year now we got him at 5 weeks due to being disowned by his mum and pack for bejng the runt of the little , he is the most loyal friendly puppy I could as for hes amazing round all age kids from babys up to adults , he loves to run more so at the beach , he was so easy to train and so obedient hdon't get me wrong though he can be just as cheeky and ignorant as the rest but we wouldn't change him hes made our house a home hes amazing with all dogs just forgets his size 🤣
3 years, 8 months ago
Sully
7 Months
2 People
House
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Play
Nap
Amazing and life changing
3 years, 5 months ago
Manu (The powerful one)
7 Years
2 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
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Mainly walking, he likes tug of war
Walking and tug of war
He loves people, meeting new people on walks and especially good with kids of all ages. Very affectionate and loyal. Can be stubborn at times. Like when he wants to go one way and I want to go in the opposite direction. Just sits down and I can't move 45k! Shows some aggression towards 'full males' but generally ok with other dogs.
3 years, 4 months ago
Hank
1 Year
4 People
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Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Walks
Swim
Tug-of-war
Ball
He whines a lot doesn't like being alone for 1second is hard b cause we have to work but he is never alone always someone home but likes to have me and my husband with him but he is my shadow lol he has so much love & Hank is always ready to go,go,go he loves kids and other dogs and people
3 years, 4 months ago
Jax
1 Year
2 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walk
Dog-friendly events
Dog Parks
Hike
Play keep away
Tug-of-war
This is the best dog I've ever had. He's a bit needy emotionally, but he's very smart and is well trained. He does not like to be left alone, and he rarely is. He does have a food allergy, but that's life. He also eats 6 to 7 cups of dog food a day, in addition to training treats and a bite from our plates here and there. I cannot articulate how much I love this dog.
3 years, 3 months ago
Bogey
11 Years
3 People
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Health
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My Bullweiller was put down 10/30 and I can’t seem to find anyone with info on how to or where to get another one
3 years, 3 months ago
mochi
4 Months
5 People
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loves to play outdoors. friendly to other pets and visitors. shows protective instincts against people wearing mask/helmet, also against other dogs who bullies her bestfriend (dog).
3 years ago
Hoku
9 Months
3 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Swim
She is a happy puppy. Best temperament yet. Protective loves children.
3 years ago
Chewy
7 Years
2 People
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Eating Snacks
Walks
She’s a naughty little dog but I love her
2 years, 12 months ago
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I’m deciding on putting a deposit down for a rottbull/Rottweiler bread with a American bully I’ve been told that they can be born with some real serious problems I have tried researching and this is as far as I got so if this is true I’d like to know before putting down a unrefundable deposit

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My American bullweiler gas a very sensitive back. Even when she sits I can see her back twinging. Any idea what this could be please?

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I’m looking at breeding bully x Rottweiler mixes. I’m just wondering how to get the size/frame of a bully (pocket) and the markings of the Rottweiler. Would I use a Rottweiler sire to a pocket bully female or a pocket bully sire to a female Rottweiler?

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where can I get one

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Hi. Im going to buy a bullweiler. But i hear so Much from people that it can be a dangeorus dog. Is that True? Even If its treated well.

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