Can the humble bulldog do agility? Yes, sir, he can if he wants to. Are you going to tell him no?
So while everyone else was caught up in the judging controversy in a master wire hair terrior judge selecting the overall Champion who ended up being
a ... wire hair terrior, this happened. A bulldog named Rudy came in a completely rocked the agility course. Sure, he had a fault, but only because he
got a miscue. As for the rest, he looked pretty darn competent.
I supposed pugs have a rep for being pretty good at agility and bulldogs aren't built too differently, but this was a surprise to everyone as you can
I think Rudy would rather just run over those weave poles though instead of running through them.
Not bulldogs. They're usually more like giant couch potatoes. They also have the shortened snout which can make it hard for them to breath which also
lowers their activity level, but like I said, pugs have that too, and you do see a lot of pugs do really well at agility.
So I think the lack of bulldogs has more to do with their overall body build and I think they're overall not usually very bright than it does their
I love bulldogs (especially Frenchies) and pugs because I have 3 brussels griffon, and they have some pug in their genetics. Personality and
attitude, these guys! 😊
This is my oldest griffy. He's about 13 years old (when he was a puppy, he was found trotting along the side of the highway, so we don't know
exactly how old he is). I think he may actually be an affenpinscher, because he's more broad and stocky than my other two griffs. But anyway you can
see the pug and bulldog genes in him 😊
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