Shorty Bull

Shorty Bulls® as they are often referred to are a compact and muscular bulldog of small stature. They are athletically inclined and incredibly agile. Shorty Bulls® have a strong desire to please, are highly intelligent and good natured. Shorties make excellent family dogs and are very tolerant of children and other animals. They are bred to be well rounded family companions. Shorties have a zest for life and are little comics. They can easily adapt to different lifestyles from living in an apartment to life on a farm. Grooming is minimal. Shorty Bulls® should never be extremely shy or aggressive.

Shorty Bulls have been increasing in popularity over the past few years. Their adorable looks, compact size, and friendly temperament make them a great pet for anyone looking for a companion animal. Unlike their larger counterparts, Shorty Bulls are easy to take care of and require less food and exercise. One reason why Shorty Bulls have become so popular is because they make excellent indoor pets. Their small size makes them ideal for apartment living, as they do not require much space to move around. Additionally, Shorty Bulls are low-maintenance dogs that do not shed excessively. This means that they are great for people who suffer from allergies or those who do not want to spend hours grooming their pets, read also – Biden Commits $690M to Democracy Programs at the Start of Summit. US Global News.

15 “and under (Over 15” is a Disqualification)


40 lbs. Over 40 lbs is allowed but should be proportionate to height. Obesity is a fault.


Round head with typical bulldog features. Eyes should set far apart and not protrude.
Nose should turn up slightly and may be black or liver colored. Dudley noses are a cosmetic


All dogs must be undershot but not protruding.


May be of any color but brown is preferred. Eyes should have an oval shape and not protrude
from the skull.


Cropped, close to the head. In countries where cropped ears are not allowed, dogs may show
with natural ears that are either dropped or rose and symmetrical. Prick ears are a
disqualification from the show ring.


Body should be short from withers to tail. Chest should be broad for height and have a
depth reaching the elbow. A compact look is desired, width of front and hind quarters should
be proportionate, not lending to a narrow rear. The chest may be broader than the rear, but
narrow hindquarters are a fault.


Well rounded and well muscled, lending to the appearance of strength. There may be a slight
rise over the loins but not to an extreme degree.


Heavy boned and in direct proportion to the body. Long legs in proportion to the body or
fine bones are a serious fault. Cow hocks and pigeon toes are a fault.


Tight feet and straight pasterns are desired. Splayed feet and weak pasterns are a fault.


Tail must be short, either docked or screwed. No long tails permitted in the show ring.


All coat colors are acceptable with the exception of black and tan, and merle.


Good natured and even tempered. Extreme shyness or undue aggression is a fault.