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The Bull Terrier must be strongly built, muscular, symmetrical and active, with a keen determined and intelligent expression, full of fire but of sweet disposition and amenable to discipline.
Is white though markings on the head are permissible.
A Bull Terrier might defend it's owner in a truly critical situation, but it isn't breed to be a guard dog. Courageous, scrappy, fun-loving, active, clownish and fearless. The Bull Terrier is a loyal, polite, and obedient dog. They become very attached to their owners. The Bull Terrier thrives on affection and makes a fine family pet.
The Bull Terrier has been in existence since the middle of the 19th century. While they share common ancestry with the Pit Bull, Bullies do not share direct lineage and came up along side of each other. The Bull Terrier was bred in England to be more elegant and graceful, while maintaining the strength and tenacity of their ancestors. Bullies were bred to be gentle companions of their human families; and the softer, more demure personality has prevailed to this day.