|About Bull Terriers|
Bull Terriers are known as friendly and outgoing dogs, even having a "clownish" attitude about them. Their physical strength is matched by their intelligence, and both body and mind need to be kept active. They love to play, but a large yard is not a must for this dog. As a breed they are generally placid and will not normally make the first move. They are very affectionate dogs that love human company. Bull Terriers are particularly good with children and smaller dogs.
Pedigrees of Bull Terriers date from the period during which the English Stud books were first written (circa 1874-6). Although the breed was developed from fighting dogs, the Bull Terrier was intended to be a show dog and companion.
Although the name causes confusion, Bull Terriers are not directly related to American Pit Bull Terriers. Both breeds do, however, descend from the same ancestors.
Famous Bull Terriers
Bullseye mascot of theTarget Corporation
In the film Oliver!, Bill Sykes owns an English Bull Terrier named Bullseye