Bulldogge Brasileiro

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Template:Infobox dog breed Bulldogge Brasileiro (Brazilian Bulldogge), also known as the Bullbras, is a bulldog-type dog breed from Brazil.[1] The breed is recognized by the SONARB (National Society of Brazilian Breeds: a minor kennel club from Brazil) since 2013.[2]


In March 2006, the dog breeder Wagmar de Souza began to crossbred some breeds including the Olde English Bulldogge, English Bulldog, Campeiro Bulldog, Boxer and other breeds[1] to create a new breed retaining the anatomical features of the common bulldog-type dogs while avoiding the health impairments such as respiratory ailments, low physical resistance and hip dysplasia.[1]

By 2010, a little more than 50 dogs were considered Bullbras.[1] They are in the possession of Souza and his project partners Sérgio Infante (of São Paulo), Geraldo Starling and Fernando Starling (both from Brasilia).


The Bullbras weighs between 28 and 38 kg, and 43 to 50 cm in height. Their coat colors are uncommon in other bulldog-type breeds, featuring uniform chocolate coat, blue or black with a white mark under belly. They sometimes have tan marks.[1]



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 * Template:Pt Cães & Cia magazine, Brazil: Editora Forix, 2010, monthly, Edition nº 379, ISSN 1413-3040, special report: novas raças brasileiras (new brazilian dog breeds)
  2. SONARB news - Bullbras recognized Template:Pt icon

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