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Developed from Labradors, Rottweilers, Cane Corsos, Bullmastiffs, Pit Bulls and Dogo Argentinos, the Xander Bulldog is a wide-chested, muscular and athletic Molosser, intended to be a superiour fighter, cattle controller, property protector and large game hunting dog. Said to be very intelligent and trainable, Xanders love children and make agreable family companions. This breed is very territorial and protective of its owner. Aggressive towards other dogs and suspicious of strangers, the Xander Bull needs proper socialization and handling.

The coat is short and thick, preferred in either uniform black or uniform white, but at the moment various other solid colourings are accepted, such as yellow, fawn and red, with or without small white markings on the chest and feet.

Average height is around 26 inches.

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