Amitola Bulldog: Guide To This Bulldog Breed

Amitola Bulldog

The Amitola Bulldog is a new breed of bulldog that is relatively new on the pet scene. It is rare, so if you want one, you might have to search wide and far. It hasn’t taken long for this beautiful new breed to become popular and in great demand.

Breeders have outdone themselves, creating a new breed of bulldog that is lovable, adorable, and on standby for play and cuddles every waking moment. If you are looking for a dog to be your furry companion, the Amitola Bulldog could be the one for you.

Coming in three sizes – Titans, Bantams, and Miniatures – this dog has a big head with some facial wrinkles. It has small ears and wide nostrils. It walks around on short, muscular legs while wagging its thick tail.

This lovely dog is strong in will and build and is quite athletic. While its appearance is similar to other bulldogs it isn’t so prone to health issues that tend to affect brachycephalic breeds.

Minis are 11-14 inches at shoulder height and weigh 22 to 45 pounds. Bantams are 13-16 inches high and weigh 30 to 50 pounds.

Last but not least, the Titans will grow up to be at least 16 inches tall and 50 pounds in weight. Females are usually a little smaller in size compared to males as with most dog breeds.

This dog comes in an impressive range of colors, including black, cream, red, and fawn, with patterns like brindle, sable, spotted, and merle.

This wide color range was the inspiration behind the name as Amitola means rainbow in Native American culture. The original breeders choose the name for its reference to many colors. 

The friendly mini Amitola Bulldog is the most favored, followed by the other two types. The mini version is much less active and easy to care for. It has a lifespan of 7 to 10 years. They are not good guard or watchdogs as they are simply too warm and friendly. 

Characteristics and Nature

The Amitola Bulldog is a calm, even-tempered, loyal dog. It has a sharp mind and is aware and observant. They love being around people, including children as well as other animals.

If you have a heartbeat you are a potential friend to the affectionate Amitola Bulldog. This endearing quality is what draws many pet owners to this breed. 

This breed will accept one or two people as the main master. It is very sociable and friendly, even towards people it doesn’t know. Strangers will get enthusiastic and warm greetings, as will beloved family members. 

It is quite a playful dog that will lap up the attention and play sessions until it’s tired and needs a nap. It is well-suited to most climates.


The Amitola Bulldog has a short coat that doesn’t require a lot of grooming. Once a week with a medium-bristled brush will be sufficient. It is considered a medium shedder. 

Bath your dog in warm, soapy water when needed. Once a week or fortnight should be plenty unless it gets dirty playing outdoors. Once or twice a month, nails need to be trimmed at home or by a professional pet groomer. 

The Amitola Bulldog doesn’t have as many wrinkles as other breeds of bulldog. You still need to clean the wrinkles, but the maintenance isn’t as high as other breeds. Clean your dog’s teeth regularly from when it’s a puppy, so it gets used to the toothbrush. Also, clean its ears as needed.

As far as grooming goes, the Amitola Bulldog is low maintenance breed. 

Training and Socialization

Like all bulldogs, the Amitola Bulldog needs to be trained and socialized as early in life as possible. They need a firm, consistent leader to follow and obey.

You can start training and socialization as soon as your puppy joins your home. It is a dog that is very willing and eager to learn and please its owner. Even for a first-time bulldog owner, this dog is relatively easy to train.

It reacts well to positive training methods with lots of praise and reward.

Socialization should involve lots of visits to places indoors and outdoors, including shopping areas, parks, and playgrounds. Going to the homes of friends and family and taking public transportation are also great socialization opportunities for your pet.

This dog is a social character so it needs to be taught how to behave appropriately around people and other animals in all kinds of situations. 


Your lovely Amitola Bulldog will be happy with a daily walk. Generally, they are not very active dogs and are extremely content with a single daily stroll or a couple of shorter walks.

The mental stimulation your dog gets during this exercise and playtime is just as important as the physical exercise it gets. A few times around the block, playing in the backyard and visit to the local park will be three places that will offer your dog varying surroundings where it can run around and explore freely. 

They love swimming, but they should be carefully watched whenever they are around water. They are capable of light jogging, lots of walking, and weight pulling. 

Other times your dog will be happy following you around your home, taking regular naps and snuggling up to relax whenever it can. Due to its size, apartment living is just fine for this dog, especially the mini Amitola.


The Amitola Bulldog adores the company of people and does well with consistent companionship. This friendly fellow would gladly hang out with its owner all day long. For this reason, it is well-suited to a family or with people who are often home or can take their dog with them places.

But also always keep in mind teaching your pet dog to have time alone is essential too. You should be able to go out for an hour or so without facing major dog drama such as barking and howling or, even worse, destruction of the house and home.

Always supervise your dog closely when it is with children of any age. Although this dog loves children, there is still an unpredictability factor with animals and children. For example, if your child mistakenly startled your dog, it might give a warning nip. 

Since this purebred dog isn’t so active, it can be a great companion for an elderly or disabled person or someone not so active, especially the mini version, which needs the least exercise of the three types of Amitola Bulldog. 


The Amitola Bulldog will thrive on a healthy diet of high-quality dog food rich in protein and fat. You can buy dog food specially made for puppies, adult dogs, and seniors. Or you might like to try the BARF diet, which stands for bones and raw food or biologically appropriate raw food.

The diet founder believes adult dogs do best on an evolutionary diet based on what canines consumed before becoming domesticated, which is raw, meaty bones and vegetables. 

Be careful with portions as this dog breed isn’t very active. It won’t need as much food as an English bulldog, for example. Well, it shouldn’t but will if allowed as bulldogs, like many dog breeds love to eat.

They can be fed twice a day with a few dog treats between meals if you use them as a reward system for good behaviors and positive training reinforcement.

If your dog is gaining too much weight, see your veterinarian for nutrition advice. Your vet may suggest a diet change, exercise adjustment, or a combination of both.

Always have a bowl of freshwater available for your pet. Keep one inside and outside, so it always has easy access. Dogs can quickly become dehydrated, especially in hot weather.

Health Issues 

The Amitola Bulldog is relatively free of health issues. Many other breeds of bulldogs do have a number of possible health issues, many relating to them being a brachycephalic breed. 

They can handle the heat and cold weather and don’t have issues of overheating as many other bulldog breeds do. 

They can give birth naturally, usually without assistance or problems. C-sections are not typical. 

Even though they don’t have many health issues, they still can get various illnesses or ailments as they get older. Pet insurance for expensive breeds such as the Amitola is always recommended. Unexpected hefty vet bills are never pleasant.


The Amitola Bulldog was founded by Candi Fortney and Lisa Allen. Meaning rainbow in Native American culture, the name was given in a nod to the array of colors the dog can be.

Historically, the breeding of bulldogs started from the Molossian dogs and the fighting dog breeds.

The bulldog was selected for its attacking and fighting abilities, such as holding onto the nose of a bull with a vice-like hold. Since then, many new bulldog breeds have emerged with some of the original dog’s qualities being bred with other dog breeds. 

The Amitola Bulldog is one of about 20 bulldog breeds that have been created. In general, there is a considerable following and love of the bulldog breeds.

Once a bulldog owner, always a bulldog owner, so the saying goes! They are so lovable, charming, and full of personality that it’s hard not to fall head over heels in love once you get to know your pet bulldog.

Other Interesting Facts

  • The Amitola Bulldog, on average, gives birth to litters of five puppies in many different colors
  • Surprisingly, the Amitola Bulldog doesn’t drool much, which is a trait of many other bulldog breeds
  • Its ears will come forward when it’s alert or sees something interesting
  • Its tail may be wrinkled and is favored to be wrinkled
  • Sometimes they compete in pulling competitions and do very well due to their strength
  • The Amitola Bulldog is in the mastiff group
  • Breeders aim to produce a range of colors in each litter
  • It has a padded muzzle that is distinctive in appearance
  • The Amitola Bulldog doesn’t bark a lot, so if you have neighbors in close proximity you should have no problems

Buying Or Adopting Your Dog

You can expect to pay $US400 to $2,000 for an Amitola Bulldog puppy. Since the Amitola Bulldog isn’t very common, you might have to travel to get your puppy.

Using a reputable breeder who you can depend on when buying your puppy or dog. A professional breeder should give plenty of no-obligation information, advice, and answer all your questions freely. 

When researching breeders, look for top recommendations. Check online, ask friends and family, local vets, pet store staff, and other people in the pet industry. Take your time to find a breeder that you know is excellent and reliable.

Never ever buy a pet from a pet store or puppy mill. The poor animals are often treated inhumanely and likely will suffer from health issues. These large-scale commercial breeding mills main concern is making money and selling as many puppies as possible.

The health issues of the dogs or problems passed to the dog owners are not a concern for the puppy mill owners. 

You might consider adopting an adult or senior bulldog. There are many dogs in every country needing to be saved and loved. This might require a lot more work, depending on the dog’s background, but it can also be hugely rewarding.

Also, a senior dog can be less active and not need so much exercise to make great pets for the elderly or less active people.

You should also depend on a professional veterinarian who will take care of your dog’s vaccinations and any medical issues that arise during its life. Keep the vet’s number on speed dial so you can reach out for help at any moment. 

We hope this article has helped you decide if the adorable Amitola Bulldog is for you. If you become the owner of an Amitola Bulldog, you will have a soft-tempered, loving pet. We are sure it will be one of the best decisions of your life!

John Kilmerstone

I love dogs and believe that in particular, the bulldog breeds make great family pets and companions. Please visit this website and explore the wonderful world of bulldogs. Discover how to care for and look after this faithful pet and make the most of your valuable time together.

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