The Victorian Bulldog is the result of a mix of English Bulldogs, Bullmastiffs, Bull Terriers, and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Kenn Mollett, one of the breeders, believed that the Bulldog’s original features had been lost somewhere in modern times and wished to recreate the original Bulldog from history, similar to an English bulldog but with fewer health issues.
In 1980, Kenn Mollett selected English Bulldogs, Bullmastiffs, Bull Terriers, and Staffordshire Bull Terriers, to create a new Bulldog, which was registered by the Kennel Club.
Kenn Mollett successfully created this breed in London.
But this breed is not recognized by any famous kennel clubs, which might be why this breed is not so famous. You might have difficulty finding this breed.
There are only two small registries, the Dog Registry of America and the American Canine Association (ACA), who have registered this breed to maintain and record this breed.
Quick Overview About Victorian Bulldog
|Breed Name||Victorian Bulldog|
|Other Name / Nick Name||Mollett Victorian Bulldog / VB|
|Lifespan||12 to 14 Years|
|Breed type||Non Sporting|
|Size||Medium to Large|
|Height Male / Female||17 to 19 Inches / 16 to 18 Inches|
|Weight Male / Female||70 to 78 Pounds / 55 to 64 Pounds|
|Temperament||Calm, loyal, Friendly|
|Coat||Short and smooth|
|Color||Red, White, Brindle, and Fawn|
|Exercise requirement||20 to 30 minutes|
|Litter size||3 to 6 puppies|
|Tendency to Drool||High|
|Tendency to Bark||Low|
The Victorian Bulldog looks very similar to the English Bulldog, but this breed is larger than the English Bulldog. This breed is a medium to large-sized bulldog breed, with a large head, wide face with a short snout, muscular body, wide shoulders, but all these are proportionate to their body size. This breed has dark and small eyes.
Their neck is strong and thick, but arched, with loose skin.They have strong, straight and muscular legs.
Their ears are either button shaped or rose shaped at a medium to large size with no cropping. And his tail is straight or turned down.
The Victorian Bulldog is considered a medium to large-sized bulldog breed. They look quite similar to the English Bulldog, but this breed is a few inches taller than the English Bulldog.
On average, the height of male breeds is 17 to 19 inches, and the height of females is 16 to 18 inches.
The male breed weighs around 70 to 75 pounds, and the weight of females is around 55 to 65 pounds.
Breed Coat and Colors
The Victorian Bulldog has a short and smooth coat, and they usually come in a few beautiful, common colors.
The Victorian Bulldog is an attention-seeking dog breed. This breed loves humans and they always want to be around humans all the time. You should make sure they are getting all the affection they are looking for.
If you leave him alone for an extended period of time, you may notice destructive behavior change as a result of separation anxiety, so make sure you do not leave him alone for an extended period of time.
They are very active and playful dog breeds. They will be with you and will be ready for anything until they feel they are involved.
This breed is very loyal, and they can be good watchdogs and protective dogs for their family. They don’t usually bark; they are quiet and reserved, but they will bark and alert you if they see anything suspicious or strangers.
They are calm, but they bark if they do not recognize anyone. Victorian bulldogs love humans and love to be around humans, and if they get attention, they are fun-loving and playful. They love to play with kids, so you should socialize them from an early age so that they can be familiar with other people, and other animals as well. As a result, socialization is essential for developing their personalities.
The Victorian Bulldog is an active dog who enjoys going out and exploring new things; they become bored when left alone for an extended period of time, and this can result in behavioral changes, such as chewing furniture and shoes, which can cause anxiety.
Taking him for a daily walk or playtime will make him happy, and 20 to 30 minutes daily walk or normal physical exercise will keep him fit as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q-How was the Victorian Bulldog created?
A-One of the Bulldog lovers, Ken Mollett, wanted to develop the Bulldog with the same look and features with fewer problems, so he chose English Bulldogs, Bullmastiffs, Bull Terriers, and Staffordshire Bull Terriers and developed the Victorian Bulldog in 1980, in London.
Q: What breeds are mixed with a Victorian bulldog?
A-English Bulldog, Bullmastiffs, Bull Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Q-How long Victorian Bulldog live?
A-12 to 14 Years