The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog is a breed that has a well-defined body. Their heads are wide, and their ears should drop to the sides of their heads. The muzzle should be extensive, and the eyes should be spaced far apart. The coat of the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog should be short and strong.

The acceptable coat colors for this breed are red merle, brown merle, or blue merle. A bit of black and white may be present as well. The acceptable eye colors for this breed are marble or blue. Neither the tails nor ears should ever be docked.

The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog will have a muscular frame. The dewclaws of these dogs should be left intact. This breed is so rare that they are nearly extinct. A number of statistics show that there are only about 150 of them left in the world.

Temperament

Owners will find that the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog is easy to train. They are renowned for their intense amount of loyalty, and they are quick to die for their owners if it is necessary. This is a rare breed, and they make both good watchdogs and guard dogs. These dogs love being around children and will fight hard to protect them. The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog will showcase large amounts of athleticism, and their loyalty is well known and respected.

Health Problems

One health problem that is common with the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog is entropion. This is a disorder that will affect the eyes. However, these dogs are healthy for the most part. This breed will have a maximum life expectancy of 15 years.

Exercise

These dogs have large amounts of stamina and strength, and it is important for them to get the appropriate amount of exercise. In most cases, the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog will only need standard amounts of exercise. Owners will want to take them on extended walks or allow them to run free in a safe area. While these dogs can function well in an apartment if they are given decent amounts of exercise, they will function best in standard-sized yard.

Special Grooming Needs

The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog has a short coat that does not need large amounts of grooming. Owners will want to make sure dead hair is removed by using a comb or brush to get rid of it, and they will need to be bathed twice a month. These dogs will shed a standard amount of fur.