When people first hear about the Labrador Bulldog Mix, also known as a Bullador, their first question is usually “What is a Bullador puppy?” and “What does it look like?”
The looks of the Bullador fall in between those of its parents. A Bullador will usually have a large head and folded ears, with a somewhat short muzzle. Sometimes, a Bullador puppy can inherit the Bulldog’s folded nose.
Like its parents, a Labrador Bulldog Mix will have a strong body that could either be lean or muscular, depending on the parent your pup takes after.
Another concern for people interested in this dog breed is size. How big does a Bullador get?
A Labrador Bulldog Mix is a medium sized pooch, bigger than the Bulldog, but smaller than the Labrador. You can expect a Bullador to weigh about 50 to 90 pounds. A fully grown Bullador will stand about 17 to 22 inches tall.
It’s good to note, however, that being a crossbreed, there’s no breed standard for Bulladors. Therefore, it is not surprising to find some Bulladors that are larger or smaller than this.
The Labrador Bulldog Mix comes with a short, dense coat that is prone to shedding, which means this doggie breed won’t be suitable if you have pet allergies.
The color of your Bullador pup will depend on the coat colors of its parents. Common coat colors for Bulldog Lab Mixes include tan, white, black, and brown. In most cases, Bulladors will have a bicolored coat, rather than a solid color.