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Miniature Bull Terrier

Origin: Great Britain

AKC Group: Terrier

Height: 10 - 14 inches (Male)

Weight: 20 - 30 pounds (Male)

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Mini Bulls are fiery and energetic. They need daily exercise, and will become destructive if confined too long. They're usually friendly with strangers, children and other pets, but watch them around small pets like cats and rabbits. They like to dig.

Mini Bulls are part of the Terrier group. In general, terriers have a very distinctive personality that's unlike any other breed. They're feisty and energetic. Originally bred to hunt and kill vermin, Terriers love the chase -don't let your terrier off its leash unless it's in an enclosed area.

Terriers make excellent pets. These tough little canines have an attitude, however, so they usually adapt better to quiet households. Most terriers are usually jealous and snippy around other pets, especially dogs.

While some terriers are good with children, most will snap if provoked. If you want your terrier to be friendly with strangers, you need to accustom it to people at an early age. Terriers are also barkers and diggers.

In terms of health, terriers are very hardy dogs with few health problems. Most live a long time, usually around 15 years. Terriers need to be brushed twice a week and professionally groomed about every three months. While pet terriers are usually clipped, show dogs are stripped, which means the dead hairs are plucked out one by one so the coat color doesn't fade.

Great Britain
Male height: 
10 - 14 inches
Male weight: 
20 - 30 pounds
Short and hard. Ears prick up.
Mini Bulls come in either white (solid or mostly white with a few colored patches on its head), or colored. Most colored dogs have white markings on their heads, chest, neck, feet and tail tip. Eyes are dark; nose is black. Sometimes puppies have pink noses; however, their noses usually darken with age.
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