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American Bulldog Pictures

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American Bulldog sitting down on carpet

"We adopted Doja from a rescue center. She was skin and bones, and absolutely abused. She is very sweet, and she loves both of my two children, ages 3 and 9. We began walking her every day and started trying to bulk her up."

"We love watching the Dog Whisperer. I employ the techniques of Cesar Millan by pulling upward to the side on her leash, which does cause her to stop in her tracks. However, she is very tall (2'3" approx.), and I am very short (4'11"), so I can't pull up very far."

"We just wanted to share our pix of the new addition to our family of 3, which now is a family of 4!! We love Doja!!"

Other Names
  • AmBulldog
  • AM Bulldog
  • American Bulldogge
  • American Bulldoggee
  • Old Country Bulldog
The right side of a white with brindle American Bulldog that is laying across a field.

Ruger the American Bulldog at 2 years old, photo courtesy of Three Guns Kennel

The right side of a white with brindle American Bulldog that is standing across a snowy surface, it is looking up and to the right.

Shooter the American Bulldog at 9 months old, photo courtesy of Three Guns Kennel

Close up - A brindle with white American Bulldog is standing across a hardwood floor and it is looking forward.

"Emmett, an American Bulldog rescued from a shelter, shown here at 2 years old. He is highly respectful of cats, very curious about making friends with them. Bowls you over if they cut an eye at him (my kitty did not want to play). They're tentative friends—she "head butts" her hello and he licks her head. He's about 75 lb., an incredibly fast learner. True to breed, doesn't bark, very stable, even when faced with aggressive dogs. A bit skittish when it comes to having his nails clipped, ears cleaned, and absolutely quaking scared of drums. Very strong—he picked me up and walked me across the floor when I was cleaning his ears; I'm about twice his size. On play dates he lets the other dog drink water first but he'll take the alpha role if you abdicate. He's not a runner, but he adores a good body check, owing to the breed’s original use as a catch-dog for hogs and cattle. He is very, very pain tolerant, which means I'm constantly checking his feet. He had gone on a run around the block with no limps, and I found a piece of glass in his foot. He has a 3' vertical leap (at least so far). He is still very much a puppy, and skips whenever we pass a porch someone might be on. He *loves* everyone, and can think of nothing better than making new friends."

A litter of 5 American Bulldog Puppies laying down on a bench

(Left) Roxy, Lexie, Farmer, Tyson and Maggie. Little creation of Milly, Zorro Van Tonka. Photo Courtesy of D'la Perla Kennel, Miami, FL

Topdown view of a brown with white American Bulldog that is sitting on a carpeted floor, it is looking up, its mouth is open and its tongue is sticking out.

Joe Dirt Buckeye the American Bulldog at 1 year old—"The Joe Dirt name came of course from the movie with David Spade. This movie always makes me laugh and so does my dog. The Buckeye part of his name came from my boyfriend who is from Cleveland, Ohio and is a huge Buckeye football fan."

"Joe Dirt is a wonderful dog. He has a very playful but loving personality. Joe Dirt is also called Joe-Joe or Joey. He is a HUGE "sock-oholic" meaning that he loves to eat socks. He is also very fond of children. We live in a very family-oriented housing complex. Joe will sit at the front door and cry until we let him out if he hears the kids on the block playing without him."

"Joe Dirt is currently 97 lbs. and still growing. His father is 135 lbs. and gorgeous."

"Joe came from a litter of 10 which we raised. We have his mother also. Her name is Gixxer Cleveland and she is 4 years old."

"We truly feel that the American Bulldog breed is one of the best breeds. If you are looking for a large dog that is playful, obedient and loving then American Bulldogs are the best. We love dogs and plan to always have the American Bulldog breed as part of our family."

Topdown view of a brown with white American Bulldog puppy is sitting on a carpet, its head is tilted to the left and it is looking up.

Joe Dirt Buckeye the American Bulldog as a puppy

Close up - The left side of a black with white American Bulldog is laying across a couch and it is looking to the left.

Malachi, a 3-year-old American Bulldog rescue—"He's so handsome. I am partial because he's my baby boy. He was a rescue with a sad story (previous owners burnt his face on an exhaust pipe!)"

Close up - Two American Bulldogs puppies are sleeping next to each other. There is a wavy rainbow bar and on it in the left corner is a note.

10-week-old American Bulldog puppies from Razors Edge American Bulldogs and Boston Terriers

Three pictures of a sitting white American Bulldog and in the last photo the dog gets hugged by a boy.

This is Chump the American Bulldog getting hugged by J.

Two American Bulldog puppies are sittign behind a miniature wooden bench and behind them is a Christmas tree.

5-week-old puppies, photo courtesy of Rock-Solid American Bulldogs

A white with brown and black American Bulldog is sitting on a carpet and it is looking forward.

Taurus the American Bulldogs

Close up - A top down view of a white with tan American Bulldog that is sitting on a concrete surface and it is looking up.

This is Leo, a very friendly American Bulldog.

The front right side of a white with black American Bulldog puppy that is standing up against the head of a person in front of it.

American Bulldog puppy named Milly, photo courtesy of D'la Perla Kennel, Miami, FL

A white with black American Bulldog puppy is sitting in front of a doorway.

American Bulldog puppy named Milly, photo courtesy of D'la Perla Kennel, Miami, FL

A white with black American Bulldog puppy is laying on a rug and it is looking forward.

American Bulldog Puppy named Milly, photo courtesy of D'la Perla Kennel, Miami, FL

The front left side of a white with black American Bulldog puppy that is sitting on a hardwood floor and it is looking forward.

Abby the American Bulldog at 1 year old