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Bullypit Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
Mispellings: Bullpit

Living with a Bullypit

Personality: The Bullypit is a fun-loving dog who can also be protective.

Family Dog: The Bullypit makes a great family dog but may be reserved around other dogs and strangers.

Shedding: The Bullypit is a low to average shedder.

Grooming: The Bullypit requires very little grooming. They can be wiped down with a washcloth when needed.

Training: The Bullypit is a powerful dog who should begin training at a young age while they are still small.

Barking: The Bullypit typically does not bark very much.

Weather: The Bullypit has a very short coat and should not be left out in very cold weather.

Exercise: The Bullypit needs a lot of daily exercise.

Bullypit Appearance

Appearance: The Bullypit has a very slick looking coat with rosebud ears. They may have a red nose with red spots showing through.

Size: A fully grown Bullypit can weigh between 50 to 100 pounds.

Companionship: The Bullypit makes a great companion dog.

Head: The Bullypit has a broad head.

Nose: The nose of the Bullypit is black in color.

Ears: The Bullypit has super Floppy ears.

Muzzle: The muzzle of the Bullypit is short and a little longer than a Bulldog's.

Teeth/Bite: The Bullypit has a straight even bite.

Neck: The Bullypit has a short thick neck.

Body: The Bullypit has a thick and well built body.

Hindquarters: The Bullypit is narrower in the hips than they are in the front.

Tail: The Bullypit has a long thick tail that tapers to a thin point.

Color: The coat of the Bullypit comes in a variety of colors.

Coat: The coat of the Bullypit is very short.

Bullypit Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Bullypit is 10 to 15 years.

Bullypit Health

Skin Health: The light, thin coat of the Bullypit does not protect them much from the sun. They may require sunscreen if they are out for long periods of time in the sun.

* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.

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