13 Responses to Shorty Bull

  1. Kona Linden says:

    This not merely a “Frenchie with cropped ears”. Unlike Frenchies & English Bulldogs, they have great hips & can welp naturally. Staffordshire Terrier, English Bulldog & French Bulldog comprise their heritage. Just because this breed isn’t recognized by the AKC or UKC, doesn’t make it a “mongrel breed”…in fact, many breeds organizations of older or newer breeds refuse to register with the likes of the AKC & UKC because of their history of supporting breeding practices that have ruined breeds like the English & French Bulldogs…you can’t find an AKC English Bulldog breeder that tests for good quality hips because none exist. They continue to breed poor hips forward & other negative traits forward, resulting in an AKC bulldog that hardly looks like the original bulldog of the 1700s that used to actually bait bulls. This is why other bully breeds have been developed to move away from AKC & UKC practices, and develop healthier bulldogs. Also, several ancient breeds like Border Collies, Neapolitan Mastiffs & Shiba Inus were only admitted to the AKC in the past 30 years, and they are certainly NOT mongrel breeds, having been in existence for decades. Anyone who pushes the AKC & UKC registry standards as acceptable breeding practices are ignorant and in denial: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/27/magazine/can-the-bulldog-be-saved.html

    • Jay says:

      I just bought a short bull, who is a breader, judge, n has been in over 50 country wit the father of pup I just bought n he’s a grand chanp n her mother is a single champ, so I beg to differ when I see my Boys dog at shows n winning lol but I guess ur right

  2. Michelle Moore says:

    I have a shorty bulldog, she’s thee sweetest dog I’ve ever owned. Her name is Mini, she always by my side , she’s absolutely adorable?!

  3. Scott says:

    So basically, you take a French Bulldog and cut their ears off. This is the most ignorant sounding “breed” ever. What’s next? Crippin’ Pugs and Blood Bullies?

    • Ride-Fly says:

      Scott, I’m with you on the issue with cropping ears. I hate seeing the practice of cropping ears on any breed, but especially on big beautiful Frenchie ears. That being said, I really want one of these Shorty Bulls because I like the mix of Frenchie/English/Staffy mix. I have a Frenchie and a SB is a stockier version of a Frenchie, IMHO. If I were to ever get a SB, I’d want it without cropped ears.

    • baudin says:

      Yes but with the difference near it is possible can see if it is terrier or not with the cut ears is only the true amateur who breeder or not can see it then if one begins to see a bull like a labrador by what it Has already drooping ears that some breeders want more of the illogical than respected the nature of their dog many countries recognize the bull terrier properly but do not care

  4. Ronnie says:

    If it ain’t reconised by American Registration it is no more than a mongrel. A trade mark name don’t make it a Pedigree Dog.

    • ANGE'LL FIELDS says:

      WHAT BREED OF DOG ISN’T MIXED? STOP HATING, THESE DOGS ARE THE NEW UP AND COMING BREED.SO JUS SIP YOUR TEA AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEM BEFORE YOU PASS JUDGEMENT.AND JUS SO YOU KNOW NO BREED WHEN FIRST ACKNOWLEDGE WAS ABLE TO BECOME APART OF ANY KENNEL CLUB, UNTIL THEY LEARNED MORE ABOUT THAT TYPE OF BREED.SO GIVE THEM A CHANCE, YOU MIGHT LIKE WHAT YOU LEARN ABOUT THEM.OH AND FYI I HAVE 3 MYSELF AND A STANDARD EXOTIC BULLY

  5. Shawn Williamson says:

    Are there any breeders in Massachusetts? If not, where’s the closest breeder?

  6. Kim Thorvaldsen says:

    i was wondering what kind of breed was used to create the shorty bull?

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