DBR , IDCR
||Bullweiller, Bullwieler, Bullwiller
Living with a Bullweiler
Personality: The Bullweiler is a loyal, faithful and protective dog.
Temperament: The Bullweiler makes a great guard dog. They can be strong willed dogs.
Shedding: The Bullweiler is an average shedder.
Grooming: The Bullweiler needs very little grooming.
Training: The Bullweiler is a very intelligent but goofy dog.
Barking: The Bullweiler is a relatively quiet dog.
Exercise: The Bullweiler is a medium to high energy dog.
Physical Ability: The Bullweiler has immense power and is an athletic dog.
Size: The Bullweiler is a large dog.
Companionship: The Bullweiler can be a bit of a one-man dog.
Head: The head of the Bullweiler resembles that of the Rottweiler; blocky and deep with a good stop.
Nose: The Bullweiler has a black nose.
Eyes: The Bullweiler has deep set, round, dark brown eyes.
Ears: The Bullweiler has semi-pricked ears.
Muzzle: The Bullweiler has a short and rounded muzzle.
Teeth/Bite: The Bullweiler has a scissor or slightly undershot bite.
Neck: The neck of the Bullweiler is strong and muscular.
Body: The Bullweiler has a medium height, muscular body.
Forequarters: The Bullweiler has strong and muscular forequarters and broad, deep chest.
Hindquarters: The Bullweiler has slender hindquarters.
Gait: The Bullweiler has a very agile, powerful gait.
Feet: The Bullweiler has round and quite often webbed feet.
Tail: The Bullweiler has a strong and full size tail.
Color: The coat of the Bullweiler is usually tan and red or brindle in color with white flashes.
Coat: The Bullweiler may have a short and soft or slightly longer and coarse coat.
Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Bullweiler is 10 to 12 years.
Health: The Bullweiler has no significant issues noted.
Litter Size: The average litter size of the Bullweiler 5 plus pups.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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