For decades people have continuously enforced these meaningless stereotypes on different breeds of dogs that affect how other people perceive and treat them. But in many cases these stereotypes are so far from reality that it feels kind of ridiculous to see people actually believe them.
One of these stereotypes is that Bull Terriers (because of what their appearance suggests) are dangerous and mean little creatures that show no mercy. What’s funny is that this statement could not have possibly been more wrong. These precious little dogs, like all dogs, have their own special traits that make them very admirable and unique.
We believe that people should rethink their false opinions about Bull Terriers and start to see these little angels for what they truly are. For that purpose we’ve collected proof that illustrates the true nature of a Bull Terrier and hopefully will make you understand just how adorable these dogs can be.
1. Sometimes Terriers don’t like to cuddle
2. They look so adorable. Aren’t they?
3. They don’t mind sharing their place with others
4. They always get into this very “threatening” pose.
5. They can take a nap anywhere anytime no matter what
6. Some of them also love to be around plants
7. They love taking naps and human company
8. They’re so well disciplined and obedient
9. They love to smile and get excited and happy so easily
10. They love to play around so much
11. Look at that very scary tongue
12. They settle into your house’s atmosphere as if they’ve lived there for longer than you have
13. They can be terribly impatient but that’s okay who likes to be late to things anyway
14. They are filled with so much energy
15. They love to play around even when it’s cold outside
16. They make you go “Aww” like other fluffy babies
17. They get along so well with other dogs
18. They have such big contagious smiles
19. They love to cuddle and it’s impossible not to have your heart melted when you see them being as cuddly as they love to be
20. They really know how to get themselves their cuddles
21. Their muzzles are as threatening as sunflowers