Bull Terrier Breed Maintenance
The Bull Terrier doesn’t require a great deal of grooming -- just brush them once or twice a week to remove any loose hair and only bath them when they really need it. Keep the ears clean and the nails trimmed and they are good to go. Giving your pup a rub down when you’re playing with them will help to reduce the shedding and keep the coat shining. The coat is not hypoallergenic so these little steps will help to reduce the shedding issues. They should have their teeth cleaned and checked by your veterinary professional who can provide guidance about teeth cleaning at home. They love to play and are quite the active comic as they sometimes chase anything that moves! This active character needs to be exercised daily and this can be done inside or outside, although they love walks. They are an indoor type of dog, not only because of their coat but because they don’t do well when separated from their human family. They need attention and affection and don’t like to be left alone. This amicable dog can live in any size house or apartment and run and play in any size yard or park. It is important to socialize puppies as early in life as possible so that they don’t develop domineering tendencies. The Bull Terrier breed likes meat as much as any other mammal but he does best when their dietary regimen is balanced, whether with a commercially made food or a homemade, fresh diet.