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Are English bulldogs born with tails?

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English bulldogs are born with naturally occurring short and curly tails. Their coats are short, flat and smooth and exhibit a range in color from red, cream and white to a brindle mix that appears in uneven stripes or waves.

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An English bulldog's face is wide as is his body. The characteristic facial creases require bi-monthly cleaning. English bulldogs, despite their rather dour expression, are easy-going and friendly. A typical, full-grown male weighs an average of 50 pounds, and females weigh about 45 pounds. They do not require a great deal of physical exercise, which makes them a perfect pet for apartment and urban residents.

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