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12 Adorable Photos of Baby Bulldogs Because They’re the Cutest Ever

12 Adorable Photos of Baby Bulldogs Because They're the Cutest EverThere are some days I really think about getting a dog. Right now we don’t have the space in our house, what with three kids and two cats, but I hope that one day we can add a dog-member to our family.

When it comes to dogs, I prefer the big, over-sized dogs versus the smaller “lap” or “purse dogs.” I grew up with dogs and they were always bigger than me; I like the protective way the larger dogs have about them.

And then I see pictures of bulldogs and wonder if they’re more for me. They are bigger than a lap dog and have some size and bulk to them, but I could still probably pick them up and carry them. They are crazy cute and come in a variety of types to choose from I think they are one of the top breeds on my “maybe list.”

Check out these way-too-adorable photos of baby bulldogs and maybe learn a thing or two about this adorable pup along the way:


  • Originated in the British Isles 1 of 12
    Originated in the British Isles
    They were first bred to be fighters, but when that became illegal, they were welcomed as loving pets.
    Fact source: Love Your Dog
    Photo credit: brykmantra/Flickr
  • They’re Popular 2 of 12
    They're Popular
    Bulldogs are the 6th most popular breed in America and French bulldogs are ranked 18th in the U.S.
    Fact source: Cesear's Way
    Photo credit: Amber Rosenbaugh/Flickr
  • They’re Heavy 3 of 12
    They're Heavy
    Bulldogs are medium-sized dogs,but weigh more than you may think. Female dogs weigh on average 40 pounds and male bulldogs up to 50 pounds.
    Fact source: Love Your Dog
    Photo credit: Tadson/Flickr
  • Health Issues 4 of 12
    Health Issues
    Bulldogs as a breed have respiratory issues and have suffered the most airline deaths of any breed due to this reason. They also have are the most likely to suffer from hip dysplasia.
    Fact source: Cesar's Way
    Photo credit: Amber Rosenbaugh/Flickr
  • C-Section Birth 5 of 12
    C-Section Birth
    Over 80% of bulldogs are delivered by Caesarean section. Due to being bred with such large heads, most pups can't be delivered naturally because of the size of their head.
    Fact source: Cesar's Way
    Photo credit: Beverly & Pack/Flickr
  • Short Coat and Short Tail 6 of 12
    Short Coat and Short Tail
    Bulldogs have short, soft hair that lays flat. Their hair is fine and smooth and very shiny. They also have a small tail.
    Fact source: Love Your Dog
    Photo credit: rebeccaselah/Flickr
  • They’re Strong 7 of 12
    They're Strong
    Bulldogs are made up of a lot of muscle, especially around the shoulders.
    Fact source: Love Your Dog
    Photo credit: MSVG/Flickr
  • Popular Mascot 8 of 12
    Popular Mascot
    The bulldog is a very popular mascot for both sports teams and universities.
    Fact source: Cesar's Way
    Photo credit: Tadson/Flickr
  • Lower Jaw Sticks Out 9 of 12
    Lower Jaw Sticks Out
    Unlike other dogs, the bulldog's lower jaw sticks out farther than the top jaw.
    Fact source: Love Your Dog
    Photo credit: jdn/Flickr
  • They Live a While 10 of 12
    They Live a While
    The average lifespan of a bulldog is 14 years old.
    Fact source: A-Z Animals
    Photo credit: Identity Photogr@phy/Flickr
  • Stubborn but Trainable 11 of 12
    Stubborn but Trainable
    It is recommended that you train your bulldog early because they're known to be stubborn.
    Fact source: A-Z Animals
    Photo credit: Michael248/Flickr
  • They Can’t Swim Well 12 of 12
    They Can't Swim Well
    Thanks to their large and heavy head, bulldogs are not good swimmers and need to be watched closely so they don't drown.
    Fact source: Cesear's Way
    Photo credit: marko boni/Flickr

Photo credit: adapted from Identity Photogr@phy/Flickr

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