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american bulldog bite style


Premium Member
Does the American bulldog have a hold and shake bite style? Or is it just a terrier trait?

The original bulldog was bred for a bite-and-hold style so that they could bait bulls (releasing would have endangered them and dead dogs don't reproduce). In general, the bull breeds (including the American Bulldog) tend to bite-and-hold because of this history.


Good Dog
Lol I love to watch them on spring poles... I think almost every dog bites and shakes to a degree..obviously certain breeds its their signature ;-) lucky you, I'd love to own a apbt and american bulldog..I bet they keep you laughing


Good Dog
Staff member
A lot of bulldogs have to be broken off just like a pit. They're good catch dogs, I'm pretty much always on the lookout for a good one.