Banter Bulldogges are a powerfully built, athletic dog with a well-muscled body and strong stature. They are a medium-sized Bulldogge/Mastiff with a bully build. They have well-muscled, thick necks that are high-set and blend into their brawny forelegs. They have a prominent chest that meets the elbows, and their square shoulders are not overly exaggerated. Banter Bulldogges have strong rear legs that allow them to jump and pull large amounts of weight. They are slightly shorter than they are long. Banter Bulledoggs square-shaped head features a pronounced stop between their skull and muzzle. The top of the skull is broad and flat. Banter Bulldogges have powerful, muscular jaws and a slight under bite. Their teeth are well-developed and strong and their round, almond-shaped eyes are wide-set with a wrinkled brow. Their noses are proportionate to their muzzles and are black or dark red in color. They have a pair of short ears that are rose or drop shaped, and their tail is high-set and naturally reaches close to the hock. Tails and ears of this breed are frequently docked. Banter Bulldogges have a short, smooth coat that exists in a variety of colors including fawn, black, brindle, red, or a mixture of two or more colors. They may have a black facial mask or white markings.
Banter Bulldogges are very obedient and comparatively easy to train. They make excellent family pets as they are excellent with children and loyal to their families. They have natural protective instincts and will bark if they see suspicious activity. For this reason, the Banter Bulldogge is a very good watchdog. Banter Bulldogges are fun-loving, energetic, and they love to play rough with other dogs. They are not aggressive, and they are smart enough to know when play time is over. They are more inactive indoors than outdoors, and they need plenty of exercise to avoid the onset of too much energy.
Banter Bulldogges have a life expectancy of approximately 12 to 13 years.
The Banter Bulldogge was developed by a man named Todd Tripp in the late 1990’s. Todd Tripp wanted to create a modern version of the Brabanter Bullenbeisser that was prevalent in Belgium in the 1700’s. In order to achieve his vision, Todd Tripp crossed boxers and various other working bull breeds. Much careful research and selective breeding took place before the Banter Bulldogge was created.
Banter Bulldogges have a close, smooth coat that is easy to groom and maintain. An occasional combing and brushing is all that is necessary. Banter Bulldogges should be bathed only as necessary in order to preserve the natural oils in the skin. This breed is an average shedder.
Banter Bulldogges can live happily in an apartment or small household if they are properly exercised. They are fairly active indoors and they do best with at least an average-sized yard. Banter Bulldogges need plenty of exercise and they enjoy playing sports.
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