One of the varieties of the old American Bull Terrier population developed in the 17th century and the progenitor of many modern Pit Bull and Bulldogge types
For a long time not separated from the standard English Bullterrier with whom it shares its early history, the Miniature Bullterrier is a result of selective breeding done in the 1930's
One of the most unique dog breeds, the English Bullterrier was once commonly referred to as the "Canine Gladiator" in its native Britain, where it was created in the 1850's by Birmingham's John Hinks
Originally developed for hunting duties in the late 1930's by crossing the Catahoula Leopard Dog with the Irish Staffordshire Bullterrier
Developed from working Perro de Toro and Alano Espanol specimens crossed with...
The Australian Bullterrier is a result of crossing common working dogs of Australia with Dingoes, English Bullterriers, AmStaffs, Australian Bulldogs and Bulldingos.
This rare bully is a re-creation of the smaller German Bullenbeisser
Developed by crossing the Dogo Sardo with AmStaffs and Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and later the white and coloured variants of the English Bullterrier
This is one of the legendary extinct fighting breeds from Britain, but the true heritage of the Scottish Blue Paul is unclear.
The rare Russian Bullterrier was developed in the late 1980's, at first by crossing Staffordshire Bull Terriers with English Bulldogs
This Indian gladiator is directly descended from English and Irish bull-n-terriers introduced to India by the British Colonial Forces. The "sport" of dog-fighting was and still is quite popular in certain parts of India and Pakistan, where a number o…
The Chinese Bullterrier was developed by crossing the Shar-Pei with Staffordshire Bull Terriers and American Pit Bulls. Its fanciers claim that this breed is much closer to the original old-style Shar Pei. Like the Chinese Bulldog breed, this powerfu…