The American Bulldog is a well-balanced, athletic dog with exceptional strength, stamina, agility, and a friendly disposition.
The English Bulldog is the ancestor of the American Bulldog. The bulldog may have been in America as early as the 17th century.
They arrived in the United States in the nineteenth century.
This versatile working dog was utilized by small farmers and ranchers for a variety of activities, such as farm guardians, stock dogs, and catch dogs.
Due to its capacity to bring down and capture feral pigs, the breed mostly survived, especially in the southern regions.
Prior to the adoption of the term American Bulldog as the breed standard, the American Bulldog was known by a variety of other names.
In various regions of the South, he was referred to as the White English Southern Bulldog, but the term "bulldog" was the most frequent.
The breed was not referred to be a bulldog due to its appearance, but rather due to its ability to do bulldog tasks.