EngAm Bulldog

70-110 lbs
20-27"
Unknown
American Bulldog
English Bulldog

A large dog, the EngAm is stocky with a straight, short and rough coat and the typical Bulldog wrinkles. Often loving and gentle, the EngAm will enjoy cuddling and will be an affectionate dog. Social and happy to be the center of attention, this hybrid mix of the American and English Bulldogs can be aloof initially with new people. The EngAm is a very clever dog who will be playful and at times, a bit stubborn. Owners of this lovable hybrid say that he is an excellent addition to the family dynamics.

Purpose
Companion
Date of Origin
Unknown
Ancestry
American Bulldog and English Bulldog

EngAm Bulldog Health

Average Size
Male EngAm Bulldog size stats
Height: 20-27 inches Weight: 70-110 lbs
Female EngAm Bulldog size stats
Height: 20-27 inches Weight: 70-110 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Brachycephalic Syndrome
  • Head Tremors
Minor Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Entropion
  • Cherry Eye
  • Obesity
  • Demodactic Mange
Occasional Diagnoses
  • None Known
Occasional Tests
  • Eyes
  • Heart
  • Hips
  • X-Rays
  • Physical Examination
  • Full Physical Examination
  • Skin Scrapings
  • Elbows

EngAm Bulldog Breed History

With the ancient Mastiff as an ancestor The English Bulldog is often described as a dignified and sensitive canine. In fact, one can call him distinguished and of noble appearance. He had his beginnings in the 13th century and was often depicted in many historical works. Originally put to work in the bull-baiting ring, the Bulldog (both American and English are now the happy mascots of no less that 40 universities in the United States.  Now known as a calm and loving breed, his ferocious side has long since been bred out. The American Bulldog is the closest relative of the English Bulldog in the United States, having arrived in the 1800’s with immigrants to the country who brought their dogs with them. In the Americas, this line of Bulldog was popular as a working dog for farmers and ranchers in the deep South. During the war, the breed almost died out, with those dogs surviving kept on farms mainly in the south-east where they protected the farm and worked as cattle and livestock dogs. John D. Johnson of Summerville, Georgia was the main person responsible for keeping the breed from becoming extinct by rounding up and breeding the best examples of the breed he could find.

EngAm Bulldog Breed Appearance

A large dog with an average weight of 70 to 110 pounds, he stands 20 to 27 inches tall. The EngAm Bulldog is a stocky and strong breed. His muscular front legs stand shorter than the back and his stance when at rest is one of power and dignity. The dapper EngAm can be found in white with red patches, brindle and fawn. Their coat is typically short and rough to the touch, their ears are turned over, and the tail is carried straight. The eyes of the EngAm Bulldog make a special statement and are clear and bright. 

Eye Color Possibilities
brown EngAm Bulldog eyes
Brown
Nose Color Possibilities
black EngAm Bulldog nose
Black
Coat Color Possibilities
fawn EngAm Bulldog coat
Fawn
brindle EngAm Bulldog coat
Brindle
red EngAm Bulldog coat
Red
white EngAm Bulldog coat
White
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
EngAm Bulldog wiry coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

EngAm Bulldog Breed Maintenance

Grooming requirements for the EngAm are considered low to moderate. It is recommended that the EngAm be brushed two to three times per week to maintain a healthy coat and remove dirt. Because he has a short, smooth coat the slicker brush will work well to remove loose fur. Bathing should only occur when necessary so as to not impact the natural oils in the dog’s skin. Bulldogs can be prone to skin irritation so be certain to use dog friendly products only, taking care to make sure his wrinkles and folds are always clean and dry. Not to be neglected, the teeth need brushing a few times a week and the nails should be trimmed twice a month.

Brushes for EngAm Bulldog
Slicker Brush
Comb
Hemostat
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
EngAm Bulldog requires weekly brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

EngAm Bulldog Temperament

The EngAm tends to be gentle and affectionate, always up for a good cuddle. He loves to be social and is happiest when receiving attention. The EngAm is playful, though often stubborn and will do his best to get his way. This may make training challenging; the right family for an EngAm will have patience. Usually the EngAm is aloof with strangers until gauging whether or not they are friendly, making him a good guard dog. They fit right in with children but should be given the chance to get used to the noise and antics of little ones when he is a puppy. He gets along well with other dogs and animals but as in all cases, should be introduced to them at a young age and given plenty of opportunity throughout life to interact with others.

EngAm Bulldog Activity Requirements

The EngAm Bulldog is not a particularly active breed and sometimes may appear more interested in sleeping than in other activities. As with most dogs, exercise is important and your EngAm Bulldog can be taken for walks, given the opportunity for outdoor play and allowed many trips to the dog park. While it may appear that your EngAm is not interested in more activity, should you notice he appears to be acting out (more restless or destructive than usual) or seems bored, it may point toward his needing more activity; in that case, supervise him in the yard and perhaps get him interested in a game of fetch.

Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
6 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
25 minutes

EngAm Bulldog Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
Daily Cost
$1.50 - $1.90
Monthly Cost
$39.00 - $52.00

EngAm Bulldog Owner Experiences

Carlotta "Lottie"
12 Weeks
4 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walk
Family
Play
I am new to this breed. She is a loveable hyper little pup. She is very smart and learns commands quickly. Excited to have many fun years with her.
3 months, 2 weeks ago
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