Miniature Bull Terrier

The Miniature Bull Terrier is a determined little dog that has a high pain threshold and loves to play rough, usually friendly around people.

You need to make sure that you socialise these small dogs from a young age and keep doing so throughout their life to keep them tolerant of other dogs.

Miniature Bull Terrier Facts

Miniature Bull Terrier

Exercise Requirements:      3 star rating

Good with Children:             4 star rating

Easy to Train:                        1 star rating

Good Watchdog:                    4 star rating

Low Shedding:                       3 star rating

Good with Other Pets:         zero star rating

Vital Statistics

Size: 25-35 cm (10-14 in)

Weight: 11-15 kg (24-33 lb)

Coat: Glossy, short and flat

Colour: Black, white, red, brindle, tricolour and fawn

Lifespan: 11-13 years

Special Characteristics

It should be noted that these dogs have a strong bite and are known to be courageous, making them a great little watchdog. They are also described as being tenacious, playful, obsessive and obstinate.

Exercise Requirements

These dogs have medium exercise requirements and have moments of explosive bursts of energy at playtime. Two good walks everyday combined with a good play session will keep them happy and content.

Attitude Towards:

Owners: Are known to be independent, but will show lots of affection towards their owners.

Children: Are usually really good around children, even more so if raised with them.

Other Pets: These dogs have a high prey drive and love to chase, may cause harm to small pets and may injure cats unless raised with them.

Strangers: Will be a friendly towards strangers if socialised well from a young age.

Other Unfamiliar Dogs: Can be problematic around unknown dogs, to combat this you need to socialise the dog with other dogs from a young age and keep doing it throughout their life.

What to Watch Out For

Are known to be aggressive towards unknown dogs unless well socialised. Some of this breed are known for tail chasing and other repetitive movement disorders.

They are known to get a little naughty around the home if not well exercised. White dogs will need protection against the sun to avoid sunburn on exposed pink areas.

Health Risks

No known major health risks to mention for this breed of dog.

Ideal Owner

The perfect owner of this breed of dog should be experienced and active, you need to have plenty of time to play and exercise with the dog.

More Photos

Miniature Bull Terrier with white black and brown fur coat Miniature Bull Terrier with white and brown fur coat

Comments are closed.