Fun Bullador Facts For Kids

Sonali Rawat
May 10, 2023 By Sonali Rawat
Originally Published on Aug 05, 2021
Edited by Isobel Murphy
Fact-checked by Oluwapelumi Iwayemi
Read Bullador facts about the Labrador Bulldog mixed-breed dog.
Age: 3-18
Read time: 8.0 Min

Bulladors are medium-to-large-sized crossbreeds between the English Bulldog and the Labrador Retriever. English Bulladors are different from the American Bullador, which is a cross between an American Bulldog and a Labrador Retriever.

Bulladors have short coats with slightly longer legs than Bulldogs do. Features like their color, ears, wrinkles, and fur coat can be variable among offspring, making it difficult to predict the appearance of a Bullador puppy.

The Bullador breed has been recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club, the Dog Registry of America, and the International Designer Canine Registry. Bullador, as a Bulldog and Labrador mix, is susceptible to health concerns like joint dysplasia, eye problems, infections, and bloating.

Bulladors have lovable personalities and are generally good with children. They are an active family dog breed and need a lot of exercise to burn excess energy.

If they do not get enough exercise they may suffer from health problems such as obesity. Their personality is as difficult to predict as their appearance, mostly because they may take on traits from either the Bulldog or the Lab.

On the whole, they are gentle, loving dogs and they are not very aggressive. When raised with care, a Bullador is a very intelligent family dog that needs a lot of mental stimulation and exercise.

If you like reading about the Bullador breed, you can also check out our guides to the American Bulldog Pitbull Mix and the Labrador Retriever.

Bullador Interesting Facts

What type of animal is a Bullador?

The Bullador is a mixed breed dog between an English Bulldog and a Labrador Retriever. It is smart, easy to train, and very affectionate. These dogs may suffer from occasional health issues but other than that, they are a resilient crossbreed.

What class of animal does a Bullador belong to?

The Bullador belongs to the Mammalia class of mammals and they can give birth to a litter of up to four puppies. A Bullador puppy will be friendly like a Lab and a little shy like a Bulldog!

How many Bulladors are there in the world?

Since Bulladors are a designer dog breed, their population usually depends upon demand. They are also quite a new Bulldog Labrador crossbreed species which makes their population understandably low. Their population numbers are as not high as those of their parent breeds.

Where does a Bullador live?

The Bullador, like all other domestic pets, lives in the homes of owners that adopt them. They are friendly like their Lab parent, good with children, and can easily understand most types of training like their Bulldog parent.

Still, some Bulladors sadly end up in rescue shelters and adoption centers, where they stay until another family is ready to adopt them.

What is a Bullador's habitat?

Bulladors are active dogs with lots of energy and they are very affectionate to their owners. They are intelligent and obedient but can be quite mischievous when bored.

Bulladors do best with a loving family that gives them plenty of chances to play and exercise.

As they are prone to joint dysplasia problems, it's best to give them an environment that offers lots of exercises. They will love living in a house with ample space to use up all their energy, but they can also thrive in apartments as long as they are taken for regular walks.

Who do Bulladors live with?

A Bullador (also known as the Bulldog Lab mix) usually lives with the family that has adopted it. They are smart and good with children. A little bit of socialization training as puppies will help them overcome the reserved nature inherited from their Bulldog parent.

How long does a Bullador live?

The average lifespan of a Bullador is 10-12 years. This depends on various factors like their health conditions and their living surroundings. Unlike the Bullador, the American bulldog and Lab mix can live for 10-16 years. Their lifespan also depends, naturally, on their health.  

How do they reproduce?

Bulladors reach reproductive maturity at the age of six to 18 months. Like all other dog species, a male and female dog mate to reproduce.

Crossbreeds like Bulladors (which is a mix between the English Bulldog and the Labrador Retriever), can have superior traits to their parent breeds, such as mothers producing more milk for their puppies. A litter of this crossbreed can include an average of four puppies.

What is their conservation status?

The conservation status of this dog breed is currently Not Listed, which means their population status is unknown. They are a designer dog breed, which means that they are an intentionally bred English Bulldog and Lab mix. Because of this, every mixed dog breed's population usually depends on demand.

Bullador Fun Facts

What does Bulladors look like?

The Bullador is a medium-to-large-sized dog with brown or hazel eyes and a short coat. Their coat does not require much grooming, except regular brushing twice a week.

They rarely have a solid fur color and can come in variations of black, brown, tan, and white.

These Bulldog Lab mix dogs can inherit features of either parent breed which makes it difficult to predict their appearances. There are a lot of variables like the length of their legs, whether they will have a double or single coat, or whether they will have triangular or drooping ears.


*Please note that this is an image of a Labrador Retriever, one of the parent breeds of the Bullador. If you have an image of a Bullador, please let us know at 

How cute are they?

Bulladors are a very cute designer breed mix! Just like their appearance, it is difficult to predict whether their personality will take after the Bulldog or the Labrador parent but with early socialization and obedience training, they can become the friendliest companion dog.

The Bullador is a family pet that is good with children, easy to train and looks adorable as well.

How do they communicate?

Like other dog breeds, a Bullador communicates by barking, whining, panting, or screaming. They can also communicate through scent, which is why you will notice them sniffing around to catch the smell of other dogs.

A Bullador is sensitive to its owner's feelings and will often react according to these, for example, by being hostile to a stranger that its owner is wary of.

How big is a Bullador?

The average height of Bullador dogs is 20-22 in (50.8-55.8 cm), and their average weight is 50-90 lb (22.6-40.8 kg). They fall under the category of medium-sized dogs.

The American Bulldog and Lab mix can grow up to 25 in (63.5 cm) and weigh 55-100 lb (25-45 kg). Bulladors are a little smaller than adult Labrador Retrievers and are about one and a half times bigger than English Bulldogs.

How fast can a Bullador run?

The exact speed of Bullador dogs isn't known, it is a breed that has lots of energy and needs frequent exercise. As their parent breeds of Bulldogs and Labrador Retrievers are both also active, their speed can be estimated to be that of an average dog, at between 15–20 mph (24-32 kph) for short distances.

The speed of a Bullador will also depend on any health problems and its age.

How much does a Bullador weigh?

The average weight of Bullador dogs is 50-90 lb (22.6-40.8 kg).

What are the male and female names of the species?

While the male is called a Bullador 'dog', the female is known as a Bullador 'bitch'.

What would you call a baby Bullador?

A baby Bullador is called a Bullador puppy.

What do they eat?

Bulladors have a huge appetite and will usually have three to four cups of premium dog food, divided into two or three meals each day. They can also eat chicken and other meat.

The Bullador dog has a lot of latent energy, making them greedy when it comes to eating.

Because of this, they can easily develop health problems like obesity, something that both of their parent breeds (the Bulldog and the Lab suffer from). Therefore it's important to keep your dog well-fed with the appropriate nutrition without overfeeding it.

Are they slobbery?

Bulladors tend to drool more than the average dog, but this varies. Bulldogs are known to be big droolers but Labradors don't drool that much.

The resulting crossbreed can therefore vary, but mostly they drool more than average. This drool might be enough to stain your clothing, so Bulladors may not be the best option for those that don't like to get slobbered on!

Would they make a good pet?

Yes, they make amazing pets. The personality of a Bullador can vary depending upon whether it inherits this more from its Lab or its Bulldog parent.

Even so, they have a loving and gentle personalities, like the English Bulldog, and are friendly and outgoing like the Lab. They are very playful and can be trained easily, so they make excellent pets. Bulladors are not very needy when it comes to grooming but they will need regular health checkups.

Did you know...

A healthy Bullador may cost about $500 to $750 and some reputable breeders can take between $1000 to $12000 per puppy.

Since Bulldogs are known to be a dog breed susceptible to illnesses, some Bulladors can inherit these health conditions and sometimes end up in adoption centers. You might be able to adopt these dogs at your nearest shelter.

How big should a Bullador be at three months?

Adult Bullador dogs will be around 20-22 in (50.8-55.8 cm) in height and 50-90 lb (22.6-40.8 kg) in weight. Their growth is similar to that of a Labrador and at three months of age, they should weigh approximately 25 lb (11.3 kg) and be 12-15  in (30.4-38.1 cm) tall.

Is the Bullador a guard dog?

Bulladors are generally a very friendly breed but that does not mean they do not inherit some guarding instincts from their Bulldog parent. Bulladors have very good watchdog skills and have a natural wariness of strangers.

They also have strong loyalty and protective instincts, which makes them bark loudly at anyone they think of as a threat. Since they are highly sensitive and will actively try to protect their family from any danger, they can be considered very good guard dogs.

Here at Kidadl, we have carefully created lots of interesting family-friendly animal facts for everyone to discover! Learn more about some other mammals including the Boxerdoodle or the snowshoe hare.

You can even occupy yourself at home by drawing one on our friendly Bulldog cartoon coloring pages.

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Written by Sonali Rawat

Bachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature, Masters of Art specializing in English and Communication Skills

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Sonali RawatBachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature, Masters of Art specializing in English and Communication Skills

Sonali has a Bachelor's degree in English literature from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and is currently pursuing a Master's in English and Communication from Christ University. With considerable experience in writing about lifestyle topics, including travel and health, she has a passion for Japanese culture, especially fashion, and anime, and has written on the subject before. Sonali has event managed a creative-writing festival and coordinated a student magazine at her university. Her favorite authors are Toni Morrison and Anita Desai.

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Iwayemi is a creative content writer and editor studying for a Bachelor of Science specializing in Systems Engineering from the University of Lagos. He is skilled in research and has experience writing and editing content for different organizations.

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