The Bullador is a cross between the English Bulldog and the Labrador Retriever. Although they’re a mixed breed, they’re hard to find in shelters due to the high percentage of English Bulldog — a very desirable breed! Be careful when going to a breeder though. Puppy mills and backyard breeders will often churn out dogs like the Bullador that are unhealthy and unsocialized because they want to make a quick profit. Always do your research!
In terms of appearance, the Bullador is likely to be a medium-sized dog. They might have the slightly flatter face of the English Bulldog and could come in a variety of different colors, depending on the parents. Although you can expect their coat to be short, they will likely shed quite a bit. They’re low-maintenance in terms of grooming, but be careful if you have allergies!
Bulladors are incredibly gentle and easygoing dogs. That means they’ll get along well with other dogs, cats, and other small animals as long as you make introductions carefully and slowly. They’re also known to be great with children and very gentle. You should, however, always teach your children to respect animals and don’t take their nature for granted. Any dog will snap if pushed hard enough, so it’s important to remember that the breed (or mix of breeds) isn’t the be-all and end-all of their personality.
Bullador – A Gentle Dog
They will likely be friendly, like the Labrador. English Bulldogs, however, tend to be a tad more reserved and there’s a chance of your dog getting this trait. Socialize them plenty when they’re young to ensure that they get great experiences with strangers. This will help them to become their best social self when they’re older, and not associate strangers with danger. You will be super happy with this wonderful breed.