The english bull terrier puppies most recognizable feature is its head, described as ‘egg-shaped’ when viewed from the front; the top of the skull is almost flat. The profile curves gently downwards from the top of the skull to the tip of the nose, which is black and bent downwards at the tip, with well developed nostrils. The under-jaw is deep and strong. The unique triangular eyes are small, dark, and deep-set. Bull terriers are the only dogs that have triangular eyes. The body is full and round, with strong, muscular shoulders. The tail is carried horizontally. They are generally white in colour, walk with a jaunty gait, and are popularly known as the ‘Gladiator of the canine race
english bull terrier puppies can be both independent and stubborn and for this reason are not considered suitable for an inexperienced dog owner.A Bull terrier has an even temperament and amenable to discipline. Although obstinate, is particularly good with people. Early socialisation will ensure that the dogs will get along with other dogs and animals. Their personality is described as courageous, full of spirit, with a fun loving attitude, children loving dog and a perfect family member. Recent study in Germany shows that english bull terrier puppies have no significant temperament difference from a Golden retrievers in overall temperament researches. english bull terrier puppies have had a bad reputation for many years because of their unique appearance.