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Titan Bull-Dogge

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GENERAL  
Breed group: Working Type: Pure Breed
Talent: Guarding, Herding, Jogging, Watchdog

PHYSICAL  
Size: Medium Weight: 70-110 lbs Fur length: Ears: Flappy Fur type: Straight
Fur Color: 3 Colors, Black & White, Brown & White, Merle / Spotted / Brindle / Speckled

ATTRIBUTES  
Life Expectancy: 9-12 years Rarity: Uncommon Availability: Hard to find
Climate: Not good for cold climate
BREED DETAILS

GENERAL
The Titan Bull-Dogge is a new breed that was developed with the aim to produce an all around working dog with a balanced appearance. Also known as Perro Buldoge Titan (TB), the breed was developed by Hector "Nino" Morales and his associates during 1990s from four foundation breeds that were chosen after years of extensive research and breeding program studies. Each of the four foundation breeds was selected for its unique qualities. One of the four breeds, the Olde World Style Bulldogge was chosen for its bulliness, bone and strength. Power and workability came from American Bulldog. For muscularity, gracefulness, agility and alertness, American Staffordshire Terrier was used while Jumping and quickness was added through Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The result of this well thought out breeding is an even tempered, healthy, agile, alert and all round powerful working breed that is now known as Titan Bull-Dogge (TB). According to breed standards, this medium to medium-large dog stands between 18-21 inches and weighs about 70-110 lbs. The dog has a massive head, moderately wrinkled and flat forehead, large eyes and rose or button shaped ears. Short and wide neck blends into very broad and muscled shoulders. Short but strong back, deep chest with well sprung ribs and slightly tucked-up belly gives the body a muscular appearance. Short and fine coat lies close to the body and comes in all colour patterns although Red-tiger brindle is more preferred. This newly developed breed is NOT recognized by AKC or any major kennel club.

COLOR
The TB can come in any colour though its breeders prefer red tiger-brindle pattern.

COAT
The coat is short, fine and close-fitting.

PERSONALITY
Powerful, resilient and driven working dog, the TB has fulfilled its creators' desire to produce a new bulldog breed that is healthier as well as more agile and excellent working dog. This breed is self-assured, outgoing and inherently territorial and protective of its family and home and instinctively wary of strangers. It makes an excellent watch and guard dog. This dog is friendly and playful with its family and makes a gentle yet lively playmate of children. This intelligent breed is loyal to its master and tolerant of other dogs and pets in the family. Though the dog is relatively easy to train and control, it needs early age socialization and training from an experienced owner due to its protective personality and natural distrust of strangers. The TB makes an excellent family pet and working dog. Though smaller in number, the breed is getting gradual popularity among common people for its excellent working skills and even temperament as family companion.

CARE
Short coat of TB is easy to groom. Brushing the coat with bristle brush will remove dead hair from the coat and keep it in top condition.

TRAINING
With higher energy levels than most Bulldog breeds, the TB requires sufficient amount of exercise. Long daily walks are must but the dog will also enjoy going on jogging. This playful breed will also like ample playtime in a secure open space.

ACTIVITY
This breed is relatively easy to train but does need an experienced owner who can display proper leadership skills. Early socialization is also important with people, places and different environments from a young age.

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