The Bully Wheaten dogs are result of cross breed between the Bulldog and the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier purebreds. The characteristics of these Bully Wheaten hybrids can be determined by studying their parent breeds. The study shows that these dogs should inherit courageous, alert, quite and loyal natures of the parent breeds. These qualities make them good family dogs. The parent breeds are very good with children and the resulting Bully Wheaten should not be any different.
They are found in red, brown, black and white coat colours.
They may require normal grooming and maintenance.
These dogs should be good with children and exhibit good family dog traits like courage, loyalty, alertness and quietness.
The Bully Wheaten will only need a minimal brushing of coat and grooming. Bath using mild soap to refrain skin irritations and possible allergies.
This breed can be hard to train. Early socialization and training at puppyhood is recommended. A training with firm hand, gentle, fair, consistent and positive reinforcement is advised.
This breed will need at least half an hour of exercise. Lots of outdoor activities is recommended. This can be done by taking them to dog parks or even long hours of walks. They can dwell in an apartment living provided that they have given the right exercises they needed to tire them out.