This re-creation of the old English Bulldogge was developed in Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia in Canada, reportedly by crossing the modern Bulldog with the German Boxer. The Valley Bulldog makes a wonderful family pet, but is also a capable watchdog. It is said to be healthy, mild-mannered and trainable, but certain specimens are known to be very high-energy troublemakers.
This lovely breed is best suited for someone with the time and desire to keep it busy. Dog-aggression is not a desirable trait in a Valley Bulldog. The coat is short and common in all standard Boxer and Bulldog colours. Average height is around 22 inches.