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An American Bulldog is typically a happy, friendly, and assertive dog that is at ease with its family and fine with outsiders with whom the dog is acquainted. They are quite fond of children too. They bond strongly with their master and family but, because of strong guarding instincts and a somewhat dominant attitude, they should be socialized and obedience trained early to expose them to other dogs and people and to ensure that they can be controlled around company as they mature.
They are working dogs with high energy drives, and so American Bulldogs do best in a home with a large backyard and plenty of exercise. They are not always well behaved towards cats and smaller pets, but correct socialization at an early age can greatly increase the chances of them accepting these animals.
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