The Victorian Bulldog is a healthier version of an English Bulldog. They look like English Bulldogs but may be larger and more muscular. They also carry most of the adorable traits and characteristics of their predecessor. Victorian Bulldogs are welcoming and east to train. They like to be around humans and dislikes being left alone. These pooches are brave and affectionate, they are great family dogs and guard dogs too. They have short coats that do not shed so much so brushing a few times a week would be enough. These dogs are not so active and only needs moderate amount of exercise to stay happy and healthy.
Origin of the Victorian Bulldog
The Victorian Bulldog is a new and rare breed, bred by Ken Mollet in the 1980s and is also called the Mollet Victorian Bulldog. He developed this breed to bring back the Bulldog line from its older form during the 1800s but with less health issues that the current breed has. They are a variety of the more popular English Bulldog who were bred centuries ago in Great Britain and were used in bullbaiting. Currently, the breed is not yet recognized or registered in any major Kennel Clubs.
Is a Victorian Bulldog right for me?
If the Victorian Bulldog is your breed of choice, you have a calm and loyal companion to spend your days with. They would love to be around you as much as you would love to be around these cuddly pooches.
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