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American Bulldog

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  • noun A medium-sized breed of domestic dog.

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Examples

  • Also, the dog in the photo is NOT a pit bull, it's a Boxer, the American Bulldog is a totally different breed of dog than a pit bull, if you haven't any knowledge of the two breeds you would easily recognize the shorter, square snout on the American Bulldog, pit bull's have a longer pointy snout, the pit bull is also much shorter at the shoulder and usually much smaller in overall size.

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  • Also, the dog in the photo is NOT a pit bull, it's a Boxer, the American Bulldog is a totally different breed of dog than a pit bull, if you haven't any knowledge of the two breeds you would easily recognize the shorter, square snout on the American Bulldog, pit bull's have a longer pointy snout, the pit bull is also much shorter at the shoulder and usually much smaller in overall size.

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  • Incidentally, some people have decided that our Pit Bull possibly American Staffordshire/Dalamatian looks exactly like a pure-bred American Bulldog and we're often happy to let that misconception stand.

    Selah (with Pictures)

  • One question is it an American Bulldog because we have one named Annie who just had ten puppies and the one puppy we are keeping looks sorta like that. e-mail me back at maddy_girl98@yahoo.com

    Animal Planet: What choo lookin' at?

  • Baker is a purebred American Bulldog male that we rescued from a Missouri puppy mill.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • The American Bulldog, however, is noticeably larger than most pit bulls.

    SouthCoastToday.com Latest Headlines

  • The American Bulldog, who weighed at least 100 pounds, was euthanized.

    ajc.com - News

  • The American Bulldog, who weighed at least 100 pounds, was euthanized.

    ajc.com - News

  • It's an American Bulldog, which shares few characteristics with what are commonly called pit bulls, save perhaps for some physical resemblance.

    Reason Magazine

  • The first involves the disturbing video below, in which police officers in Lagrange, Missouri shoot a chained American Bulldog.

    Reason Magazine

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