English Bull-Walker

50-70 lbs
Treeing Walker

Tender-hearted, friendly, and protective, the English Bull-Walker is a lovable hybrid breed that was developed from the English Bulldog and the Treeing Walker Coonhound. While the breed's history is widely unknown, it is suspected that the English Bulldog was bred to the Treeing Walker due to the lack of medical diseases in this very healthy dog. This lovable hybrid is described as a protector of families and willing to go the extra mile. The English Bull-Walker weighs an average of 50 to 70 pounds and stands between 15 and 25 inches tall. His main purpose is to provide excellent companionship. His short, smooth coat allows for easy grooming. The English Bull-Walker contains high levels of energy and requires engaging activity daily.

purpose Purpose
history Date of Origin
ancestry Ancestry
English Bulldog, Treeing Walker Coonhound

English Bull-Walker Health

Average Size
Male English Bull-Walker size stats
Height: 15-25 inches Weight: 50-70 lbs
Female English Bull-Walker size stats
Height: 15-25 inches Weight: 50-70 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Usually A Very Healthy Breed
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Entropion
  • Allergies
  • Cherry Eye
Occasional Tests
  • Physical Examination
  • Allergy Tests
  • Optical Examination

English Bull-Walker Breed History

The English Bull-Walker does not have a well-documented history as it is still in the early days of the hybrid. It is suspected that this canine was developed as a result of the designer dog trend within the last two decades. The English Bulldog can be traced back to the ancient Mastiff. The breed itself was developed in England as far back as the 1500s. The English Bulldog was bred to be aggressive and win against bull-baiting. His physique was modified to allow for a higher pain tolerance and to allow for a successful victory. His short, flat nose allowed for breathing room while holding onto the snout. In 1835, England outlawed bull-baiting and the breed was left without a purpose. Breeders quickly worked to modify the breed again and eliminate aggression as a trait. In 1860, the English Bulldog appeared in the first dog show in Birmingham, England. In 1890, the AKC officially recognized the English Bulldog. The Treeing Walker Coonhound was a descendant of the English Foxhound. In 1742, Thomas Walker imported the breed into Virginia. In the 1800s, the breed was known as the “Tennessee Lead” and was crossed with the Walker Hound. The breed was known as a powerful dog who was talented in hunting game. In 1946, the Treeing Walker was recognized as his own breed. The Treeing Walker Coonhound was bred to be an efficient hunter of squirrels and opossums. The breed received his name due to its ability to climb trees to catch prey. The English Bull-Walker's parent breeds are both full of rich history which helps us understand the hybrid breed.

English Bull-Walker Breed Appearance

The English Bull-Walker strongly resembles the Treeing Walker Coonhound with his stance and build. His muscular, lean body allows for fast transport while out in the field. His head is average-sized and his ears are parallel and set to the sides of the head. Eyes are generally dark brown and are round. His paws are powerful and are set straight from the body. His tail is average-sized and hangs low over the body. His expression is a guarded but eager one. His short, smooth, and fine coat can inherit red, fawn, brindle, and tri-color combinations.

Eye Color Possibilities
brown English Bull-Walker eyes
Nose Color Possibilities
black English Bull-Walker nose
Coat Color Possibilities
red English Bull-Walker coat
fawn English Bull-Walker coat
brindle English Bull-Walker coat
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
coat density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
coat texture
English Bull-Walker straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

English Bull-Walker Breed Maintenance

The English Bull-Walker is not considered a hypoallergenic breed and will shed extensively. In order to cut down on shedding, it is important to brush his smooth coat with a rubber curry brush for 10 to 15 minutes per day. Your dog should be bathed every 6 to 8 weeks. This breed is not known to drool or contain any significant odors. His nails should be kept trimmed or filed every 2 to 3 weeks. Ears should be wiped and cleaned weekly in order to prevent earwax buildup. Teeth should be brushed daily to prevent tartar from building up.

Brushes for English Bull-Walker
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Brushing Frequency
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English Bull-Walker requires daily brushing
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English Bull-Walker Temperament

The English Bull-Walker is a genuinely social dog who is protective and loving with his family. He is a peaceful breed with a relatively quiet personality. However, your friendly canine will show you affection in order to let you know he loves being with you. His good-natured personality makes for a great companion pet for first-time owners and young children. Due to his protective nature, it is highly recommended to provide early training and socialization in order for him to be able to distinguish between a friendly stranger and an unwelcome intruder. The English Bull-Walker loves to spend time with other fellow dogs but may require training in order to welcome other animals in his life. Positive reinforcement and firm commands will encourage your dog to learn new techniques. Ensure your dog is provided with entertainment throughout the day to prevent boredom which can encourage property destruction.

English Bull-Walker Activity Requirements

The English Bull-Walker contains high energy levels which will require about 45 to 60 minutes of intense play per day. Your dog will enjoy engaging in activities such as swimming, running, walking, and agility. Two walks per day will assist in daily health maintenance and help prevent obesity. An ideal environment for your English Bull-Walker would consist of a large rural home with a fenced-in yard and a warm climate. Apartment living is not recommended due to the lack of needed space for your dog. It is essential to keep your active canine engaged in activity to prevent property destruction. Lavish your hybrid with attention and activity, and he will be very content.

Activity Level
low activity medium activity high activity
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
12 miles
walk mileage
Minutes of Activity Per Day
60 minutes
activity minutes

English Bull-Walker Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
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Daily Cost
$1.50 - $1.90
food bowls daily cost
Monthly Cost
$39.00 - $52.00
food bag monthly cost

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