Bulldogs, also known as English bulldogs or British bulldogs, are a medium-sized canine breed.
They are stereotypically described as short and stocky with a wrinkled visage and a quiet demeanour.
This type resembles the English Bulldog physically, but is considerably smaller.
They're popular as working canines, especially in the fields of hunting and farming.
Both the English Bulldog and the Bullmastiff contributed to the creation of this hybrid type.
It was in the southern United States that this breed was created; its original purpose was to serve as a working dog on fields and ranches.
They tend to be of a stout build and affable demeanour, and they are about the size of a human.