There are few things in the world more adorable than a Bulldog — unless it’s a Bulldog mixed with a Labrador or a Beagle.
Those are two common Bulldog mixes that actually exist in this wonderful world of ours, and as you can see, they’re just as cute as you could possibly imagine.
Those two mixes are just scratching the surface, however. Read on to find all the ways that the perfect Bulldog has been used to create other, equally perfect mixes.
The 25 Popular Bulldog Mixes
1. Beabull (Bulldog x Beagle Mix)
Bulldogs and Beagles are two popular breeds, and for good reason: They’re adorable, affectionate, and incredibly smart (while still capable of being a bit dumb). The Beabull has inherited the best traits from both parent breeds, making them one hybrid that’s virtually impossible to resist.
2. Bullador (Labrador x Bulldog Mix)
Imagine a Labrador, but with the squished-in nose of a Bulldog. That’s pretty much the cutest thing ever, right? It’s exactly what you get with a Bullador, a large, energetic dog that loves their family and will protect them from any threat, foreign or domestic.
3. Bullenees (Bulldog x Great Pyrenees Mix)
Do you love massive dogs? If so, the Bullenees is the perfect dog for you. These oversized beasts are complete sweethearts, but they’re also so big and intimidating that no one will mess with you once they see them on your leash.
4. Bullbox (Boxer x Bulldog Mix)
These dogs are as sweet and lovable as a dog can get, and they have one goal in life: to lick your face. While they’re big and goofy, they mature slowly, so you’ll have an oversized puppy on your hands for years.
5. Busky (Bulldog x Husky)
The Busky is an energetic mix that can shed enough to fill a small barn. These dogs are incredibly intelligent and equally stubborn, so you can teach them to do anything in the world — provided that they feel like doing it, of course.
6. Bullcorg (Bulldog x Corgi)
Most Bulldog mixes are fairly big, but the Bullcorg is a real lowrider dog. They’re sweet and energetic, but it’s easy to tucker them out because their short little legs have to work extra hard to keep up with you.
7. Bulldoodle (Bulldog x Poodle)
These dogs have short to medium coats, so they’re like a fat, fuzzy mix of Bulldog and Poodle. They’re absolute geniuses, but sometimes they use that brilliance for mischief, so it’s important to train and socialize them early and often.
8. Bull Shepherd (Bulldog x German Shepherd)
The Bull Shepherd is an energetic breed that makes a fantastic guard dog. They’re constantly surveying their surroundings, and they can be quite intimidating if they need to be. However, they’re lovable louts that are fantastic family pets, so their bite seldom matches their bark.
9. Bullchua (Bulldog x Chihuahua)
This is one of those “has to be seen to be believed” mixes. They’re smaller than Bulldogs but bigger than Chihuahuas, and they can be extremely clingy. Be sure to socialize them, though, or else they could lash out at strangers.
10. Bull Dane (Bulldog x Great Dane)
A giant mix, the Bull Dane can weigh up to 200 pounds. They’re fairly intelligent, but you’d never know it by spending time with them. They have absolutely no idea where their feet are at any given time, so expect to get trampled every time they get excited.
11. Bullchow (Bulldog x Chow Chow)
This mix often just looks like an extremely fuzzy Bulldog. They don’t do well in hot climates, but they still need quite a bit of exercise to burn off all their extra energy. They may be sweet and sociable or aloof and suspicious, depending on which parent breed they take after.
12. Bulldach (Bulldog x Dachshund)
This is an interesting combination indeed. The Bulldach has big, floppy ears like a Dachshund, with the Bulldog’s snub nose, giving them an almost comical appearance. Most things about this dog are comical, in fact, and whenever one’s around, you’ll probably be laughing.
13. Bullhoula (Bulldog x Catahoula)
Most people are unfamiliar with the Catahoula breed, so your Bullhoula pup will be an even bigger conversation starter than normal. These dogs are muscular and athletic, and they require an active owner to keep up with them.
14. Bulldober (Bulldog x Doberman)
The Bulldober is a big dog that doesn’t quite reach giant status, as they generally top off at around 90 pounds or so. They make excellent guard dogs, but that’s mostly a bluff — anyone who breaks in is more likely to get licked to death rather than mauled.
15. Newfoundbulland (Bulldog x Newfoundland)
These big, goofy pups love water and think of themselves as lap dogs, so expect to have a huge pup in your personal bubble every time you sit down.
16. Bullet (Bulldog x Basset Hound)
The mix has perhaps the best name: the Bullet. This Bulldog/Basset Hound mix basically has a Bulldog’s head on a Basset Hound’s body, complete with those long, droopy Basset Hound ears.
17. BullPei (Bulldog x Shar-Pei)
Perhaps the greatest thing about Bulldogs is their wrinkly faces, thanks to all the loose skin on their heads and necks. So, how could you possibly improve on that? By mixing them with a Shar-Pei, of course. BullPeis are big and stocky, and when they look down, they kind of look like a dog that’s starting to melt!
18. Bullstiff (Bulldog x Mastiff)
If you want a huge, slobbery pooch, you can’t do much better than the Bullstiff. These dogs can be gigantic, regularly tipping the scales at more than 100 pounds, and they can easily drown you in drool if you’re not careful.
19. Bullpit (Bulldog x Pit Bull)
This one is far less exotic than many of the others on this list, as many Bullpits will just be considered Pit Bulls. However, the Bullpit usually has a stockier body and stubbier snout than a regular Pit Bull. They’re just as big of sweethearts, though, and they love nothing more than to kiss you for longer than you’re comfortable with.
20. Buggle (Bulldog x Pug)
In many ways, the Buggle just looks like a larger Pug, but it has an even more smushed-in nose and less buggier eyes. These pups are often prone to respiratory issues and can overheat easily, though, so they’re not ideal for warmer climates.
21. Bellpie (Bulldog x Kelpie)
The Bellpie is often an even enough mix of both parent breeds that they look like a good old-fashioned mutt — and an adorable one, at that. These dogs are smart and energetic, and don’t think for a second that they don’t understand the power of their puppy dog eyes.
22. Bullhounds (Bulldog x Irish Wolfhounds)
Bulldogs are relatively short and powerfully built, while Irish Wolfhounds are tall, lanky, and pure sinew. So, what does the Bullhound look like? A shaggy dog that can’t quite make up their mind what they want to be. They’re cute, though!
23. Bull Zhu (Bulldog x Shih Tzu)
These oddly-shaped dogs have stocky heads that seem a bit too big for their bodies, but they’re lovable lap dogs all the same.
24. Bullkita (Bulldog x Akita)
Bullkitas can have dense, beautiful coats that come in all shades and colors, making them some of the most gorgeous dogs around. Their temperament can be a bit unpredictable, though, as they may be suspicious like the Akita or welcoming like the Bulldog — and there’s no way to tell how they’ll turn out beforehand.
25. Bull Heeler (Bulldog x Blue Heeler)
The Bull Heeler is a tireless working dog that will fit right in on a farm or ranch somewhere. They love to be around their owners, and they take well to obedience training. However, you’ll need to socialize them as much as possible to ensure that they don’t end up timid and fearful.
- You may also want to read: Male vs Female Bulldog: What Are The Differences?
Which Mix Is Your Favorite?
If you’ve always thought that Bulldogs are perfect and can’t be improved upon, you’re absolutely right. However, if you think some of the mixes on this list manage to take the wonderful Bulldog to the next level of awesomeness, you’re also right.
Each of these mixes is wonderful in their own way, but the plain Bulldog can’t be beat either. So, which one should you bring home? We recommend adopting whichever one the pound has available!
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