Not to be confused with the old Tambakoskylo of Cyprus, this recent creation is Greek only in name and it isn't certain whether Greece was actually its land of development. The Greek Bulldog name could also be employed to describe the rare cattle-working subtype of the Molossos tis Epirou which can still be found is some parts of Greece, having a powerful body, large head, somewhat short legs and common black or black-n-tan coat colourings of the Epirus Dragons, but the present-day bandog bearing the "Greek Bulldog" moniker is first and foremost a modern fighting dog, created by crossing the American Pit Bull Terrier, the English Bullterrier, the Cane Corso and supposedly the Turkish Bulldog. Neither registered nor recognized, this recent creation makes a capable watchdog and, if raised properly, an agreeable companion. Muscular, strong and resilient, the Greek Bulldog is comfortable living both indoor and outside.
The coat is short and smooth, coming in all solid colours, including brindle. Average height is around 23 inches.