The blue bulldog is a small breed that has a reputation for being a bit stubborn, but a new study shows that they’re also a good friend to you.
The bulldog, commonly known as the English bull dog, is a subspecies of the American bulldog.
Bulldogs are native to Australia and New Zealand, but they’ve become more popular in the U.S. as dogs have become increasingly domesticated and as people have embraced a breed with a long history of being a loyal companion.
The study published in the journal PLOS ONE found that bulldogs are more likely to be affectionate with humans than American bulldogs, which are less likely to show affection.
“We can see that the American Bulldog is an ideal dog for the domestic and the domestic-loving,” study author and animal behavior researcher Andrew W. Johnson, an associate professor of psychology at Florida State University, said in a statement.
“The bull dog is a very popular dog, and it’s one of the most popular breeds in the world.”
The research also found that the bulldog was more likely than American and British bulldogs to interact with other dogs, such as dogs they owned or walked, and were more likely if they had a lot of other dogs in the home.
“Our findings show that bulls are an excellent companion animal and they’re a good social companion for the owner and dog,” Johnson said.
“And they’re not just a social companion.
They’re a great companion dog.”
Bulldogs are commonly found in the United States and British Columbia, where they’re known for their friendly nature and their ability to sniff out potential threats.