This is a breed that was originally used for combat sport and is a mix
of an English Terrier, Bulldog and a little of a Spanish Pointer in its
blood. Now they are used for many different kinds of purposes like a
watchdog, a herder, a ratter and a guard dog. Both the Standard and the
Miniature Bull Terriers have the same origin. This is a small breed of
dog which grows to a maximum height of 14 inches and weighs about 33
pounds as an adult. Their coat is flat and short and is rough to touch
but glossy. The skin should be taught and not wrinkled and loose. The
coat is usually pure white in color.
Though a friendly dog it can be difficult to handle at times to handle.
It is not advisable to keep the Bull Terrier with other small pets or
along with children. However, if they grow up along with other pets
they are amicable to them. The owner should be someone who is used to
handling dogs of this nature. This breed should have obedience training
when quite young and be handled firmly right through.
Though their socializing habits are not good, the Miniature Bull
Terrier free puppies are loyal to its owner and protective about its
territory. This breed does not need to be groomed regularly as it has
short hair, just a regular brushing will do. The nails should be
clipped twice a month and the ears have to be cleaned regularly. An
active breed it needs a little space like a yard and loves to romp
around and go for walks. It needs a daily exercise of at least one