bulldog

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Synonyms for bulldog

a sturdy thickset short-haired breed with a large head and strong undershot lower jaw

attack viciously and ferociously

throw a steer by seizing the horns and twisting the neck, as in a rodeo

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On arrival, the 2-3 year old weighed just 29KG when a healthy American Bulldog would weigh almost double that amount.
The 18-month-old American bulldog, who has been at the re-homing centre since February, needs extra care as she is deaf but already knows several sign language gestures.
Dottie the American Bulldog is suffering from badly damaged cruciate ligaments and is in need of specialist care katie lunn
Memphis was initially thought to be the banned breed, American pit bull, but tests later revealed he was an American bulldog.
American bulldogs are typically confident, social, and active dogs that are at ease with their families.
Nazir said: "My friend in Rhos on Sea tagged me in a post on Facebook about Harry because I had an American bulldog called Diesel who I lost to cancer.
A PET owner has become one of the first people in South Wales to be prosecuted under new laws after his American bulldog attacked a guide dog.
Aside from the Team Kovu Challenge, also set to happen on that day are the Philippine Canine Sports Alliance Official Agility Trials, Beginner's Fun Challenge, All American Bulldog Show and a photo contest.
The painfully thin American bulldog was discovered in Nicholls Street, Hillfields, on Wednesday, October 28.
The American bulldog used to live at the Canada residence of the Bieber.
However one thing I'm almost certain of is my dog, American bulldog Hogarth's (Hogie for short), psychic abilities.
Stokes admitted punching the dog, an American Bulldog now called Tiki, which was found cowering and concussed, in the rain with no shelter.
Meanwhile, a homeless American bulldog cross called Simba was yesterday given some training in a Wales top at Colwyn Bay Rugby Club by RSPCA behaviour and welfare officer John Burson.
Roly, an eight-year-old American bulldog, had a cancerous femur bone and hip joint replaced with a custom-made artificial prosthetic with the first ever tendon in-growth attachment.
Robert Natoli, a film lab technician from Toluca Lake, sat on the sidelines with his American bulldog, Max.
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