Definition of American bulldog
Note: The American bulldog is thought to be descended from working-type dogs that were used for bullbaiting and were brought to colonial America by European immigrants. It has longer legs and is more agile than the short, stocky bulldog (sometimes called the English bulldog) that developed as a breed in England from this same stock.
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