Add your American bulldog to our registry.
The American Bulldog is a descendant of the Old English Bulldog and is thought to have made its first appearance as early as the 17th century. When European settlers came to America, they brought heir working dogs with them to the South, and over time, these dogs became known as American Bulldogs. American Bulldogs were originally bred to complete many tasks as farm guardians, catch dogs, and stock dogs. Today, we can see evidence of this original purpose in the athletic way these dogs are built.
When you look at an American Bulldog, you will notice that they have incredibly strong bones and muscles. This strong build provides American Bulldogs with impressive athleticism and agility. Most American Bulldogs reach anywhere from 20 to 28 inches in height when fully grown with a weight anywhere between 60 and 120 pounds. Most American Bulldogs also have shorter muzzles and larger heads. Many dog owners prefer American Bulldogs because they are a short-coated breed that does not require much grooming.
Many families in Tennessee have an American Bulldog because they make a great pet as strong, protective dogs. Additionally, American Bulldogs are very friendly and affectionate. They do well when they have an owner who is active because this dog breed requires regular, vigorous exercise.
If you want to establish and maintain your American Bulldog’s bloodline, register them with us at National Kennel Club. For more information about our registration process and the benefits of registering your dog, contact us today.