7 Surprising Facts About the American Bulldog
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The American Bulldog is one of around fifty dog breeds that originated in the U.S.A. The breed found its roots in the 1940’s, in Georgia, and it is now well known as a strong and loyal breed of dog. While people might know about its size and stamina, there are seven facts about the American Bulldog that might surprise them.
1. Females Have Large Litters
American Bulldog females often have large litters of puppies. While other large dogs usually have smaller litters, the American Bulldog is capable of having up to eleven pups per litter.