The Bullador is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Labrador and English Bulldog breeds. These puppies are medium to large in size. Active and loyal, Bulladors inherit some of the best traits from both of their parents. Bulladors should not be confused with Labrador Retriever and Pit Bull mixes. Despite their unfortunate status as a designer breed, you can find these mixed puppies in breed-specific shelters and rescues, so remember to adopt. Don’t buy! If you’re a long-time dog parent and want to add a furry, social companion to your family, reach out! Large homes with yards are ideal, but not necessary. Bulladors can live in apartments as long as they get plenty of exercise and love. They are protective of their loved ones and gentle with people, children and other dogs. However, they should not be left alone for too long, or they can become bored and destructive. AniMall24 recommends a good dog bed to give your medium sized Bullador a good night’s sleep. You should also purchase this dog brush and massager for your short-haired puppy.


The Bullador is a mixed breed dog. They are not pure breeds like their parents the Labrador Retriever and the English Bulldog. The main colors of the Bullador are black, brown, white, tan and brindle. Rarely solid, their coats are usually a mixture of two or more colors. They tend to have short coats and these puppies are not a good choice for allergy sufferers. Fortunately, their coat is very easy to brush. One good brushing a week should be enough. Bulladors are prone to weight gain and are active dogs. They should have at least 60 to 90 minutes of brisk walks or hikes. Depending on which parent’s genes they dominate, they may need more or less. Their gentle temperament and size make the Bullador an excellent companion for children of all ages. A Bullador will put up with a lot from a child, although it shouldn’t have to. Thanks to their affable nature, Bulladors also get along well with other pets, especially dogs and cats. Like most dogs, Bulladors do best in social situations with early socialization – exposure to many different people, sights, sounds and experiences – when they are young.


The Bullador breed may have existed naturally over the years, but designer breeders began intentionally mixing Labrador Retrievers and English Bulldogs in the 1990s, probably in North America. Breeders wanted to mix the two breeds to minimise the health problems associated with the pure breeds and to create an active, friendly companion dog. They continued to breed Bulladors as the demand for puppies increased. Although Bulladors began as a “designer” breed, some have ended up in shelters or in the care of rescue groups. Consider adoption if you decide this is the puppy for you. Check local shelters, look for Bullador rescues, or check with breed-specific Labrador Retriever and English Bulldog rescues, as they often help rehome mixes. The Bullador is recognised by:ACHC – American Canine Hybrid ClubDRA – Dog Registry of America, Inc. IDCR – International Designer Canine Registry®.