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The Bull Arab, a hunting breed developed by Mike Hodgens in 1972, excels at pig hunting. Some end up in shelters, so consider adoption.
As the Bull Arab is a more-recent breed, there are few standards when it comes to size. That said, as a mix between the English Bull Terrier, German Short-haired Pointer, and potentially a large breed like the Mastiff, you can expect the Aussie Pig to be on the larger sizde.
Bull Arabs have been misunderstood due to negative stereotypes. Proper training and socialization reveal their loyal and gentle nature.
Bull Arabs share health concerns with their ancestors. Regular vet checkups and good care are crucial for their well-being.
As with all dogs, you should keep up with your Bull Arabs’s regular veterinary checkups to detect any health concerns early. Your vet can help you develop a care routine that will keep your dog healthy.
Feed Bull Arabs appropriately for their large size and high energy. Follow a regular feeding schedule, limit treats, and consult your vet for dietary guidance.
Bull Arab's coat is short and dense, usually smooth with possible undercoat. Colors vary, including cream, brown, and brindle. Protect them from extreme weather
Bull Arabs can be great family pets with proper training. Supervise interactions with small children and be cautious with smaller pets. Training and socialization are key for compatibility with other animals.