Bull Terriers are a combination of balanced strength, grace, and quick wits. They adore their family and become devoted lifelong friends. These dogs have an innate sense of humor, intelligence, imagination, personality, and beauty that cannot be missed. Bull Terriers are very active and behave like children. Therefore, you should be prepared for everything and control their behavior. Puppies are extremely mobile, and adult dogs remain hyperactive for up to 5-6 years. With good treatment and proper upbringing, Bull Terriers behave well with children. They are able to endure many children’s antics, but if they are constantly teased and provoked, they can show character, which is why the games of children with a dog should be supervised by adults. These dogs need training, otherwise, you run the risk of raising a wayward bored dog, ignoring any of your commands and desires, constantly looking for adventure, and trying to prove that he is the strongest, independent, and generally “the most”.
The Bull Terrier is a short-haired dog that sheds twice a year. Loose hair can be removed daily with a special glove or brush. The nails should be examined every month and trimmed with special scissors if necessary. Bull Terriers love to be in the sun, but during the hottest months, if your dog spends a lot of time outdoors, set up a canopy to protect your pet from the scorching rays. Despite good health, they can be susceptible to skin allergies caused by insect bites.
The Bull Terrier is too agitated and opposes movement restrictions in the form of a chain or leash. These dogs require long walks and regular exercise.