The English bulldog is a sturdy little stalwart whose trademark crablike waddle radiates extraordinary quality, solidness and energy.
The canine’s head is enormous and circular, and the gag is incredibly short, giving the face a leveled appearance. The English bulldog’s eyes are dull and set low and wide on the temple in the frontal plane. The nose is dark and marginally improved. The jaws (or “hacks”) are huge, wide and undershot. The lower jaw extends out before the upper jaw to hardly uncover the lower incisors, delivering an entertaining smile. The lips are plump and pendulous. The cheeks are balanced and jut sideways. The ears are dainty, little and edge forward like folds that outline the temple.
The English bulldog’s neck is short and thick; the shoulders are monstrous, solid and wide. The chest is profound and full, and the back is dashed and somewhat angled. His adjusted hips jut marginally over the degree of the back. The thickset tail is thick and either straight or screwed. His short, stocky legs have incredible muscle definition. They are spread out and somewhat bowed at the elbows and hawks to shape a strong, base-wide position.
The English bulldog remains around 16 inches tall. The female weighs around 50 pounds (23 kilograms), and the male weighs around 54 pounds (24 kilograms).
The English bulldog’s skin is free and pendant with substantial wrinkles and thick overlap on the face and a dewlap dangling from the throat. The coat is short and fine finished. The different shading designs are streak, piebald, and strong white, red, grovel or decrepit.
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