Bull Terriers are very companionable and therefore need to be kept indoors where people live. Bull Terriers are not suitable for a cold environment and where there is high humidity. They need warmth and warm “clothing”. Their care is minimal. A weekly brushing should be sufficient. A Bull Terrier needs 30 to 60 minutes of exercise, play, and mental training every day. The right to have a bull terrier at home is restricted or even banned in some countries. Bull Terrier is a very wayward breed of dog, they have difficulties with training. Shy people or those who are starting a dog for the first time should not deal with a bull terrier. To prevent the bull terrier from becoming aggressive, he needs early socialization and training, otherwise, he will perceive other dogs, animals, and people with whom he is not familiar as his enemies. Bull Terriers are annoyed by small children, they can behave quite rudely with them, but they behave in a friendly way with older children. Especially if you teach a child to properly contact a dog and play active games with it.