The Bull Terrier’s most recognizable feature is its head, described as ‘egg-shaped’ when viewed from the front; the top of the skull is almost flat.
The Bull Terrier is an intelligent, loyal and friendly breed which is a good thing when considering that some dogs are more docile and need to be always in activity.
But Bull Terriers also have weak aspects; you will need to be aware of the fact that they do not like to be left alone. A typical behaviour, when they are alone, is that they start to chew things in your house and destroy your belongings.
Bull Terriers can reach 22 inches in height and weight up to 60 pounds. They can live between 10 to 12 years and require regular exercise; otherwise, they quickly become destructive. They are not recommended for novice dog owners as they require proper training.