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American Bullweiler

American Bulldog / Rottweiler Hybrid Dogs

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Dozer the American Bullweiler sitting against a couch

Dozer the American Bullweiler at 1 1/2 years old and about 113 pounds—"He is a lot of fun, has a fantastic personality and is a wonderful companion."

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Description

The American Bullweiler is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the American Bulldog and the Rottweiler. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in any of the breeds in the hybrid. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

Recognition

DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.

Dozer the American Bullweiler riding on the red golf cart.

Dozer the American Bullweiler at 1 1/2 years old and about 113 pounds riding on the golf cart

Dozer the American Bullweiler walking on a grass trail

Dozer the American Bullweiler puppy at 6 months old

Dozer the American Bullweiler puppy close up

Dozer the American Bullweiler puppy at 6 months old

Dozer the American Bullweiler as a young puppy sitting on grass

Dozer the American Bullweiler as a young puppy sitting out in the grass

Dozer the American Bullweiler sitting on grass

Dozer the American Bullweiler puppy at 14 weeks old—"I purchased a puppy from a friend that bred her American Bulldog (female) with a Rottweiler (male). The mother had a litter of 10 puppies. His temperament is wonderful and he is a lot of fun. Very obedient and aims to please (much like the Rottweiler). We are enjoying our new puppy; he is a lot of fun."

Dozer the American Bullweiler laying down with another dog behind it

Dozer the American Bullweiler puppy at 14 weeks old

Dozer the American Bullweiler sitting on grass with another dog behind it

Dozer the American Bullweiler puppy at 14 weeks old

Dozer the American Bullweiler sitting in the kitchen

Duke the American Bullweiler at 3 1/2 years old-"Duke is a beautiful dog, very eager to please, very smart and easy to train. He is definitely the protector of our house and yard. He does his rounds every morning, walking the perimeter of the yard, chasing any animals who happened to jump our privacy fence or crawl under, even "chasing" the birds in the trees away. He has grown up with our female Pit Bull, Pixie, and they are best of friends. He is very vocal, if you don't respond to his request immediately his bark gets louder until you do. He likes his head on a pillow of some sort, like your legs, side or an actual pillow. He is definitely a jealous guy and can be a real bully to Pixie, claiming all the toys as his own. He is a very heavy lap dog, weighing around 115 lbs. He can cover quite a bit of ground when he runs, and he "prances" around the house when playing. Our home would not be the same without him!"

Dozer the American Bullweiler looking out of a window

Duke the American Bullweiler at 3 1/2 years old

Dozer the American Bullweiler laying on a blanket

Duke the American Bullweiler at 3 1/2 years old

Dozer the American Bullweiler sleeping on a blanket with head on a pillow

Duke the American Bullweiler at 3 1/2 years old

Dozer the American Bullweiler laying down with another dog

Duke the American Bullweiler at 3 1/2 years old with Pixie the Pit Bull.

American Bullweiler sitting on a carpet

"This is a picture of Gracie. We rescued Gracie from the Oregon Humane Society in 2007. Her paperwork stated that she was a Rott / Shep mixed breed. She looked very "Shepherdy" and my children and I always disagreed on what type of Shepherd she was. Last month I took her to the vet for her regular check-up and asked the doctor if there was any way that she could identify the type of Shepherd she was; I guessed Aussie, and my kids guessed German."

"The vet informed me that there was now a DNA test that dogs can take, which is similar to the DNA tests that humans have access to to determine paternity or cultural background. We decided to have the test and were so surprised when the results came back that Gracie was a Rott / American Bulldog mix. It is amazing how much she looks like one of the pictures of this breed mix that you have on your web page."

American Bullweiler looking into a glass table

Gracie the Rott / American Bulldog mix (American Bullweiler)

American Bullweiler laying down with a pig ear

Gracie the Rott / American Bulldog mix (American Bullweiler) as a puppy

American Bullweiler laying on a bed

Snoop the adult American Bullweiler (American Bulldog / Rottweiler mix)

American Bullweiler puppy laying on grass with flowers in the background

"This is Hershey. She is an adorable American Bulldog / Rottweiler puppy mix breed. She is super sweet and loves to give kisses (throwback to the name)! She is actually a pretty calm, laid-back puppy. She loves to play but never gets over-excited. I have four kids including two toddlers and she never jumps up on them or knocks them over. She was a rescue from a shelter in a nearby city and we are grateful to be her forever family."

American Bullweiler puppy laying on grass with flowers in the background and its head is down

Hershey the American Bulldog / Rottweiler mix (American Bullweiler) puppy

American Bullweiler puppy laying on grass with flowers in the background and its head is to the right

Hershey the American Bulldog / Rottweiler mix (American Bullweiler) puppy