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What is the life span of Bull dog ?

2 to 4 years
8 to 12 years
4 to 9 years
11 to 16 years

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What is the bulldog breed standards weight for male in UK ?

40 pounds
50 pounds
60 pounds
70 pounds

In the UK, the breed standards are 50 pounds for a male and 40 pounds for a female. In the US, a typical mature male weighs approximately 45–55 pounds. Mature females weigh in at approximately 45 pounds

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The leading cause of death of Bulldogs in the survey was related to

Old age
Lung problem

The leading cause of death of Bulldogs in the survey was cardiac related (20%), cancer (18%) and old age (9%).

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Statistics from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals indicate that between 1979 and 2009, __________ were affected by hip dysplasia, the highest amongst all breeds. Select the blank value.


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Bulldogs are not very comfortable in

Rainy Season
They are comfortable in all seasons.

Bulldogs are very sensitive to heat. Extra caution should be practiced in warmer climates and during summer months.

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Whose letter provides the first reference to the word "Bulldog" ?

James Eaton
Preswick Eaton
Wageon Eaton
Nicolos Eaton

He write "……….procuer mee two good Bulldogs, and let them be sent by ye first shipp……………….."

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At which age, bulldogs are considered to be adults ?

1 Year
3 Year
5 Year
7 Year

After the first year of life, dogs are considered to be adults

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What percentage of bulldog are delivered by Caesarean section ?

Around 20 % only
Around 45 %
Around 62 %
Around 80 %

This is because their characteristically large heads can become lodged in the mother''s birth canal.

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In which time, it is made illegal by the Cruelty to Animals Act 1835 to bull-baiting – along with bear-baiting in terms of bulldogs ?

Early 1800s
End of 1800s
Early 1900s
End of 1900s

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In which bulldog club, the first standard of perfection for the breed was written ?

American Kennel Club
United Kennel Club
Bulldog Club
All of above

The Bulldog Club (England) wrote the first standard of perfection for the breed

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