The history of the American Bullnese Hybrid is not well documented, but this breed cross is relatively new. It was in the late 1980s in Florida that Robert E. Rice created the first American Bullnese and somewhere in the 1990s some breeders began taking the French Bulldog and Pekingese to come up with the Bullnese Hybrid. Selected for what were thought to be the best qualities of these two breeds, the American Bullnese Hybrid have a great look, solid and muscular in body type with a large head, broad chest, and stumpy legs.
|Preferred Climate:||Any Climate|
|Life Span:||11-15 Years|
|Nicknames:||There are no known nicknames for the American Bullnese Hybrid.|
American Bullnese Hybrid Build Information
The American Bullnese Hybrid is not a purebred dog and inherits its traits from the two parent breeds, the American Bullnese and the Pekingese. These dogs have a muscular and solid body, with a big head, wide chest and short legs. Their ears tend to be flappy like those of the Pekingese. They fur tends to be a short, thick, smooth, and silky coat that comes in a variety of colors including black, blonde, brindle, brown, cream, fawn, and white. American Bullnese Hybrids can also have a variety of colored patterns.
|Length (Male):||8-12 in.|
|Length (Female):||10-12 in.|
|Weight:||15 - 25 lbs|
|Litter Size:||5 - 10 Puppies|
|Tail Dock or Crop:||No|
Behaviour and Personality
Though they are quite friendly, playful and enjoy walks, the American Bullnese Hybrid is not an especially active dog. Generally speaking they are quite good natured and somewhat clownish. They don't require a lot of exercise, but should be taken on regular walks to keep in shape. These dogs are fairly docile and do not make for particularly good watchdogs and can be difficult to train, perhaps making them unsuitable for first time dog owners. For owners with busy schedules, the American Bullnese might be the perfect fit, however, because they don't require too much work after training.
|Activity Level:||Moderately Active|
|Affection Level:||Very Affectionate|
|Energy Level:||Moderately Active|
American Bullnese Hybrids inherit the short coat of the French Bulldog mixture and therefore have low maintenance requirements. Keeping the coat clean is a matter of periodic bathing and occasional brushing.
|Colors:||Black, Cream, Fawn, Light Brown, Tan Brindle, White|
American Bullnese Hybrid Common Health Conditions
The American Bullnese Hybrid requires regular veterinarian checkups, vaccinations, and attention like every pet. They can inherit the health issues of either of their parent breeds, though the breed tends to be generally quite healthy. On the Pekingese side, there are generally no major health concerns though some minor concerns include distichiasis, elongated soft palate, and skin-fold dermatitis. Concerns for French Bulldogs also includes elongated soft palate as well as heimvertebrae, intervertebral disc degeneration, and stenotic nares.
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Breed Talents and Facts
The American Bullnese Hyrbid is a mix between French Bulldogs and Pekingese, unlike the American Bullnese purebread. Here is everything you need to know about these great breed. The American Bullnese Hybrid is a cross between the French Bulldog and Penkingese breeds. It is normal coloring is usually black and brown or cream and white. They need firm and consistent training. They have low maintenance and grooming needs. American Bullnese Hybrids are medium sized and have a life expectancy of 10-15 years. They are playful, but relatively inactive.
|Jolly for Jogging:||Yes|