English VS American Bulldog

English VS American Bulldog

The American and English bulldog both come from the same line, but differ greatly in appearance. While the English bulldog is short, stubby and wrinkly; the American bulldog is slimmer and has a face that reminds me somewhat of a pit-bull. Did you know there are a few others factors that make the English and the American bulldog each unique from one another?

The American bulldog doesn’t have as much of a breathing problem as the English bulldog because of their different face shapes. While the English bulldog is typically used as only a family pet, the American bulldog is often used as a drug dog and gang busting. The slimmer body figure of the American bulldog makes them able to run quicker, jump higher and have a much higher overall energy than the American bulldog.

The English bulldog is typically a better pet for children because of their loving temperate. The American bulldog is a sweet dog as well, but the English is more likely to bond and protect a child. Both English and American bulldogs make good house watch dogs, but the American may have the advantage in this area because of their ability to move at a faster rate.

Both American and English bulldogs are loving animals and are equally found as members of the family. My favorite would have to be the English bulldog because I adore their stumpy bodies and adorable faces, but worry about the breathing problems that could exist with this type of bulldog.