Good with Kids:
The Bull terrier is an ideal family pet that is affectionate. The get on well with children and are easy to train.
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Medium sized dog breeds
They are hard on themselves and insensitive to pain. They are affectionate, stubborn, lively and boisterous, loving with children, spontaneous and cheerful. They are keen to fight other dogs
Terrier dog breeds (AKC)
They get on well with children and if given the right training will get on well with cats and other household pets. They are rather dominant towards other dogs but this depends on the inherent nature of the particular dog and the manner which it is trained. If you already have a dog in your house, never choose a bull terrier as a companion. It may take years before this happens, but there will be a confrontation between them.
The short-haired coat can be plain white with markings on the head and broken colourings with highlights. Red, broken black, fawn and tripled-coloured (black and tan with a little white) are all accepted. With non-white animals, one colour must predominate.
A minimum grooming is required for a bull terrier. Brush the coat regularly with a rubber brush to remove dead and loose hairs. Keep the ear passages clean. The dog needs a soft place to lie down.
Train your dog from when it is a puppy because when fully grown it will be very difficult to train because it is a very strong dog. The Bull Terrier is very intelligent and learns quickly. Patience and consistence is required to train this dog.