English Bull Terrier

The English Bull Terrier is a breed of dog developed as a bull-baiting dog in the 19th century. This dog became known as the “English” or “Staffordshire” Bull Terrier, and eventually just the “Bull Terrier.” The modern breed is not directly related to either of these breeds with common ancestry, but the Bull Terrier bears close similarities.

English Bull Terriers are nearly identical in appearance; however, several distinct differences concerning their health issues. Living conditions can also affect their longevity and coats.