From general observance, an average American Bulldog Lab Mix will weigh between 55 to 85 lbs and have a height range of 22 to 27 inches. In terms of gender difference, the male American Bullador is the heavier of both sexes, though, by only a tiny margin.
The fascinating thing about American Bulldog Lab Mixes is that they come in different sizes. The reason for this being that the genes of both parents can manifest in many unpredictable ways, giving rise to puppies with different physical appearances. You can identify them with the following features.
Most American Bulladors typically have a sturdy, muscular build with medium-length legs. However, the breed will have a more compact form when the parent American Bulldog’s genes dominate the genetic mix.
The American Bullador’s head is squarish, reminiscent of the Rottweiler. It also has round, brown eyes, droopy ears, and at the rear end of its muscular body hangs a curved tail that narrows at the tip.
Coat Colors And Patterns
Given that the American Bullador can display either parent’s fur color or a combination of both, it’s hard to determine the exact coat an American Bulldog Lab Mix will have.
Standard colors are red, brown, black, yellow. However, sometimes a dog will have a beautiful blend of many tones with patches of white and black plastered throughout its body.