Not many of us have heard about the Continental Bulldog because it is a breed whose popularity mostly remains in Europe. This type of Bulldog was developed in Switzerland in the early 1990s. It was officially recognized as a breed in its native Switzerland and Germany in 2005.
Even though these dogs are recognized, their popularity still hasn’t skyrocketed. FCI recognized this dog breed on a provisional basis on 30/3/2022. They were created by outcrossing the Olde English Bulldogge, and the goal was to eliminate health issues usually bothering the English Bulldog.
16–19 in (40–50 cm)
55-66 lb (25-30 kg)