English bulldog


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English bulldog

n.
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Noun1.English bulldog - a sturdy thickset short-haired breed with a large head and strong undershot lower jawEnglish bulldog - a sturdy thickset short-haired breed with a large head and strong undershot lower jaw; developed originally in England for bull baiting
working dog - any of several breeds of usually large powerful dogs bred to work as draft animals and guard and guide dogs
French bulldog - small stocky version of the bulldog having a sleek coat and square head
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Rhys Lewis was walking his 11-month-old English bulldog Bella on a short lead along The Parade to Barry Island and back on Sunday, as he had done several times before.
Biff, an Old English Bulldog, stopping for a breather on Brimmond Hill in Bucksburn.
The breed's bloodlines are drawn from the English mastiff and the extinct old English bulldog.
On the prospect of outwitting the English bulldog and being a party-pooper on such a big occasion for English cricket, Williamson said: "We are really looking forward to the occasion and focusing on the match.
Actor and model Derek Ramsay has six dogs: Skye the Samoyed, Habibi the Bichon, Riri the Corgi, Lowfat the Pom, Tyson the American Bulldog and Shakira the English Bulldog.
* Lady Gaga is a 2-year-old white-with-black English bulldog. She sees herself more as a cat since her goal in life is to spend as much time as possible in someone's lap.
Meanwhile, Katie from Bolton needs help with her English bulldog, who's biting her five year old.
Ronnie the English bulldog is obsessed with chewing - he'll happily gnaw furniture, toys, even ankles.
Professional dog walker Michele Bilsland had tried to take Old English Bulldog Begbie on a shorter route than usual because of bad weather.
Social media appeals have been made for the safe return of four English Bulldog puppies taken from a house in New Ferry, Wirral
Pug and English bulldog numbers doubled in the same decade to 10,000 each.
Tudor was an old English bulldog type of striker who formed a lethal partnership with Malcolm Macdonald.