When two popular breeds come together, the lovable bullador is the result that offers an affectionate companion for families with children. A hybrid breed of dog is created by crossing two specific purebreds. The bullador was created by crossing an English bulldog with a Labrador retriever. The practice of creating hybrids began in the United States during the 1900s. The purpose of hybrid creation is to develop a new breed of dog that carries the favorable traits of the parent breeds while reducing the risks for the health problems that are carried by the parent breeds.
|Preferred Climate:||Any Climate|
|Life Span:||10-13 Years|
|Nicknames:||English bulldog hybrid, Labrador retriever hybrid|
American Bullador Build Information
The medium to large bullador stands as high as 24 inches at the shoulder and the weight ranges between 50 to 80 pounds. The short, stiff coat may be black, golden yellow, chocolate, black and white, brindle or merle. The short ear slaps flip downward, and the long tail is curved and carried low.
|Length (Male):||19-25 in.|
|Length (Female):||18-20 in.|
|Weight:||> 65 lbs|
|Litter Size:||5 - 10 Puppies|
|Tail Dock or Crop:||No|
Behaviour and Personality
The bullador is a courageous and protective watchdog, and it can be wary toward strangers. Toward the family, bulladors are affectionate and they adore children. They are intelligent, but they can be stubborn. Although playful, the bullador is not a high-energy dog and may need to be encouraged to move off of the couch and into exercise mode.
|Affection Level:||Very Affectionate|
|Kid Friendliness:||Very Friendly|
The bullador’s coat does not require much maintenance. Brush the coat once each week to remove loose hair, reduce shedding and restore the coat’s lustrous shine. The ears should be cleaned once each week to remove debris and prevent ear infections. Brushing the teeth every other day will help to preserve oral health and prevent periodontal disease.
|Colors:||Black, Chocolate, Light Brown, Red-Black Brindle, Yellow|
American Bullador Common Health Conditions
Bulladors live average lifespans of 10 to 16 years years. Bulladors can inherit the genetic health problems that afflict both of the parent breeds, including hip dysplasia, cataracts, progressive retinal atrophy, heart disease and skin allergies. Those that inherit a more pronounced brachycephalic face from the bulldog parent are prone to the risks that afflict the brachycephalic breeds, including airway syndrome and a tendency to overheat.
American Bullador Pet Insurance
When adding a dog or cat to your family you want to make sure your pet is happy, healthy and protected. During its lifetime your pet is exposed to many illnesses and diseases and some breeds are affected by a congenital disease which is a condition existing at birth. At these moments when your pet is ill or maybe needs surgery, you want to be protected for the unexpected and high veterinarian costs.
Breed Talents and Facts
The bullador originated in United States. The bullador is an English bulldog and Labrador retriever cross. The bullador loves children and makes a gentle and loyal family member. The bullador stands 18 to 22 inches tall and weighs 50 to 80 pounds. Bulladors have moderate energy levels. Bulladors require minimal grooming. The average lifespan for a bullador is 10 to 16 years.
|Training:||Moderately easy to train|