If Bull Terriers make you think "Target," you've hit the bull's-eye, metaphorically speaking. Bullseye, the official spokes-dog of the Target brand, is one of many in the line of famed Bull Terriers. From William the Conqueror, better known as General Patton's loyal sidekick Willie, to the beer-loving Spuds Mackenzie of Bud Light commercials in the 1980s, bull terriers have the personality and charisma fit for television as well as any loving, active household. Find out all about the captivating Bull Terrier.
Bull Terriers can get along in most living enviroments, and they thrive in families with older children to play with. This breed can get along in smaller dwellings as long as a rigorous exercise regimen is part of their daily routine. Bull Terriers can be prone to various skin allergies and other more-serious health issues. All potential owners should take into consideration the financial responsibility with regard to a variety of health concerns.
Games, training, running and more games. The Bull Terrier was originally bred for fighting purposes, so though it is a playful breed, training is required not only to diminish its protective tendencies, but also for mental and physical stimulation. Loyal 'til the end, Bull Terriers live for constant companionship, and a day spent with its beloved human makes this breed happy as a clown.
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