Serrano Bulldog

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Serrano Bulldog
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Other names
  • Buldogue serrano
Common nicknames
  • Brazilian Mountain Bulldog
  • Mountaineer Bulldog
OriginBrazil
Traits
Height Dogs 50–56 cm (20–22 in)[1]
Bitches 48–53 cm (19–21 in)[1]
Weight Dogs 31–40 kg (68–88 lb)[1]
Bitches 25–35 kg (55–77 lb)[1]
Coat short
Colour any
Life span 10–12 years
Kennel club standards
CBKC standard
Dog (domestic dog)

The Serrano Bulldog (Portuguese: Buldogue serrano) is a Brazilian dog breed recognized by the Brazilian Confederation of Cynophilia (CBKC).[1]

Name[edit]

Serrano is a Portuguese word widely used in Brazil as a term for those who are from regions with hills; it is a synonym of hillside or mountain used as substantive adjectives.[2]

Temperament[edit]

A guardian of balanced temperament; does not show gratuitous aggression to people or other dogs, but does not hesitate in attacking under command or when provoked; has extreme submission to its owner.[1]

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