If you have questions or would like additional American bulldog information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
The American bulldog is a descendant of the Old English bulldog, a muscular, mastiff-type dog breed. Bulldogs are believed to have arrived in America centuries ago, brought by English immigrants who kept the dogs for various purposes. This particular breed is known for its ability to work as a stock or catch dog, as well as a guardian on a ranch or farm. Their muscular bodies are also good for various sporting and work-related tasks. The presence of feral pigs throughout the American South led to an increase in breeding, as American bulldogs were among the only predators of these vermin.
Today, the breed is popular as a working dog and a family pet, making this animal quite appealing. They are often social, confident, and lively, establishing strong bonds with their owners. But the dogs can also go back to their roots as guard dogs, helping to protect their homes and families from potential intruders. If you have a purebred American bulldog and you’re in Tennessee, you may want to consider learning more about this breed. At National Kennel Club, we offer American bulldog information, including options for registration and shows held throughout the state.
When you review our American bulldog information, you’ll see that we only register dogs that are 100% purebred. In order to confirm the bloodline, we require documentation to be submitted along with your registration application. All dog shows that feature this breed only include purebred canines. If you have questions or would like additional American bulldog information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.