The English Bulldog is a short, squat dog with noticable wrinkles on the face, a big head, a stumpy tail, and a pushed-in muzzle.
Commonly referred to as either the English, or British, Bulldog, this dog is a muscular, hefty animal with wrinkled skin and a distinctive pushed-in nose. They have wide heads and shoulders, round, wide-set eyes, drooping lips (or jowls), and a short coat. Their coat can be in the following colors: red, fawn, white, brindle, and piebald.
According to the American Kennel Club, the English Bulldog is described as kind, resolute, courageous but not vicious or aggresive, friendly, paitent but stubborn, and dignified. They are generally good with children, other dogs, and other pets. They are not very intelligent; in fact, they are ranked at 78 out of 80 by expert trainers when it comes to working and obedience training.