The Valley Bulldog is a dog that has a huge range in size. If you’re purchasing one and have a specific size in mind, it’s a good idea to look at the parents to get an idea. However, nothing is guaranteed!
This is because the Valley Bulldog is a mix between the Boxer and the English Bulldog. They tend to be small and stout, and may be slightly flat-faced due to the Bulldog aspect of them. Make sure that you’re aware of this, as flat-faced dogs can often face many health issues. Mostly, these will be respiratory issues. You shouldn’t walk them when the temperature is too high, as they’re specifically prone to issues then.
Valley Bulldog – A Very Social Dog
They’ll likely have a short coat that sheds a moderate amount, and may be the color of either parent.
They have moderate exercise needs but again, you should be careful due to potential respiratory issues. Make sure you get your vet’s advice and don’t force them to walk more than they can handle. How much exercise they will actually need will vary greatly from dog to dog, as it’s always hard to predict when the dog is a mix. They could take various traits from either parent.
These dogs are very social and get along with everyone. As long as you socialize them well, there’s no one they won’t love. They bond well with their adult family members but also tend to love the kids and strangers. They may be a little vocal at first, but you can train a “quiet” verbal cue and with some patience and consistency, they should listen. They’re truly great dogs as long as you have the patience to socialize and train them well.
A dog breed that you will quickly fall in love with.