Miniature Australian Bulldog Dog Breed

Other names:
Australian Bulldog Miniature
Australian Miniature Bulldog
Australian Miniture Bulldog
Mini Aussie Bulldog
Mini Australian Bulldog
Mini Bulldogs Australia
Miniature Aussie Bulldog

The miniature australian bulldog is hybrid dog breed which is bred by crossing the Australian Bulldog, French Bulldog, and Pug. Hybrid dog breeds inherit traits from all parent breeds so owners can expect the miniature australian bulldog to display physical and behavioral characteristics of the three parent breeds. It is important for potential owners to know that not all miniature australian bulldogs will have the same temperament. This is because hybrid dogs inherent different traits from the parent breeds so a miniature australian bulldog may show have the same temperament as a pug or bulldog or a mix.

Miniature Australian Bulldog Breed Details

Below are the details and specs for the Miniature Australian Bulldog dog breed.

8 - 14 yrs.
11 - 14 in.
16 - 30 lbs
OverallFamily FriendlyChild FriendlyPet FriendlyStranger Friendly
Easy to GroomEnergy LevelExercise NeedsHealthShedding Amount
Barks / HowlsEasy to TrainGuard DogPlayfulnessWatch Dog
Apartment DogCan be AloneGood for Busy OwnersGood for New OwnersIntelligence

Miniature Australian Bulldog Breed Description

As the name suggests, the miniature australian bulldog is a small dog breed. Adults are generally 12-14 inches tall (from ground to shoulder) and their weight should be in proportion to their body (roughly 20-30 pounds). Their smaller size makes the breed ideal for apartments unlike the standard australian bulldog.

The breed should be friendly and affectionate. Miniature australian bulldogs are good with children and can tolerate rough play more easily than other small dog breeds. The breed does well with other pets, but it is recommended to socialize them at a young age so they will be a more well rounded around other animals as an adult.

Miniature australian bulldogs are low maintenance dog breeds. Their coats only need to be brushed a few times per week, but owners need to make sure their dog's wrinkles stay clean to prevent infection. The breed has more energy than an english bulldog, but due to their smaller size their exercise requirements can be met with a short walk or a few play sessions each day.

Miniature Australian Bulldog Health

Below are health issues and concerns most common in Miniature Australian Bulldogs

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Authored by:Dog-Learn
Updated:August 30, 2016