Pitbull Vs. American Bulldog: The 8 Differences

There are 8 differences between pitbull and the american bulldog

American bulldogs were initially farm working dogs but they were later bred for bullbaiting and dogfighting

American bulldogs have a broader head and are smaller with a sleek build

American bulldogs are often more social than pitbulls but may exhibit aggression toward other dogs

American dogs have slightly lower energy levels but still need activity

American bulldogs have white coats with red or brown patches while pitbulls have short coats with various colors

Regular vet care is required for health issues like hip dysplasia and genetic conditions

Legal restrictions are related to the history of the breed and the area in which it is located

American bulldogs are recognized as a distinct breed with a single breed standard