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Miniature Bull Terrier

 

 

Our dogs will love and admire the meanest of us, and feed our colossal vanity with their uncritical homage.
- Agnes Repplier


Miniature Bull Terrier

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Miniature Bull Terrier
Ch Bullydust Charlotte's Web
"Lottie"

Once bred for the now-illegal sports of bull-baiting and dog-fighting, the Bull Terrier was also used to control vermin. 

Known in Britain for his courage and tenacity, the Miniature Bull Terrier was first documented in 1872.  Originally, Bull Terriers came in a wide variety of sizes but by the late nineteenth century the Miniature Bull Terrier was established as identical to the standard Bull Terrier in every respect but size. 

Possessing the uniquely-shaped face of his larger cousin, the Miniature Bull Terrier is strong and agile, and stands up to 14 inches at the shoulder. His overall shape appears square. His coat is short, smooth and may be any colour including pure white. 

The Miniature Bull Terrier is an outgoing animal with a fearless, courageous, and determined personality. Since he has a dominant nature, he may not be the dog for the inexperienced dog owner, and he may not get along with other pets. He develops a very strong bond with his family and displays strong protective and possessive behaviours. As a consequence, he is often used as an effective watch and guard dog. 

As with most terriers, he will not back down from a confrontation regardless of the size of the other dog. He has a high pain tolerance and is a tenacious fighter, and so must be placed in early training. Patience is the key to training as this dog possesses an independent, willful, and stubborn nature! The Miniature Bull Terrier requires exercise as he is exuberant and energetic who may become destructive if bored or cooped up. Because of his personality, he should always be leashed when in public. He does best with a fenced backyard and plenty of opportunity to be active. 

 
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Photos displayed above courtesy of:
Charline Boyer, Bullydust
Alberta 




British Columbia

Kennel/Website

Mark and Karen Byrnes
Cloverdale, BC  
(604) 576-8870
Email:
kruzinhaus@telus.net

Kruzinhaus


Teresa Moffitt
Maple Ridge, BC  V2W 1N6 
(604) 462- 0087 
Email:  
imaginabull@hotmail.ca

Imaginabull

 

Alberta

Kennel/Website

Charline Boyer
133 Coventry Mews NE
Calgary, AB   T3K 4L4
(403) 667-6793 
Email:
charline@bullydust.com

Bullydust


Dan and Cajsa Goetz
50026, RR 271
Glenwood, AB  T0K 2R0
(403) 388-4287
Email:
dcgoetz@hotmail.com

Dämmerung Reg'd


Ontario

Kennel/Website

Mike Muchnick
Box 1009
Thornton, ON  L0L 2N0
(705) 458-2914
Email: 
jewelsmb@live.ca 

Jewels

 

 
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Rescue

Bull Terrier Fanciers Association
Carol Gray & Gord Williams

(905) 562-1555  

 

Did you know?


Patsy Ann, a stray deaf Bull Terrier in Juneau, Alaska was dubbed the town's "Official Greeter" by the mayor. 

Patsy Ann knew when 
boats were about to arrive, and she ran along the wharf to welcome them. To this day a statue of Patsy Ann, who died in 1942, sits waiting for the ships to arrive in Juneau.

 

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