Bull-Dach, Bulldach, Doxbull, Doxiebull, Pitwee
Living with a Dox-Bull
Personality: The Dox-Bull is a intelligent, protective, cuddly dog.
Family Dog: The Dox-Bull makes a good family dog.
Shedding: The Dox-Bull does shed.
Grooming: The coat of the Dox-Bull is very easy to maintain.
Training: The Dox-Bull is an intelligent dog but they can be stubborn at times.
Behavior: The Dox-Bull is a very playful dog.
Barking: The Dox-Bull does not typically bark much.
Exercise: The Dox-Bull should have plenty of exercise including a long daily walk.
Physical Ability: The Dox-Bull is a very quick dog that can jumb very high.
Appearance: The Dox-Bull has the head of the Pit Bull with a Dachshund body.
Size: A fully grown Dox-Bull weighs around 25 pounds.
Companionship: The Dox-Bull is a very loving companion dog.
Head: The head of the Dox-Bull resembles that of the Pit Bull.
Ears: The ears of the Dox-Bull are somewhat long.
Body: The body of the Dox-Bull resembles that of a large Dachshund.
Color: The coat of the Dox-Bull can be Bronze or Black & Brown. They may have a white patch on the chest.
Coat: The Dox-Bull has a short, coarse coat.
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