Great Danebull

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Great Danebull History

The Danebull is a mixed-breed of uncertain origin. The male has the appearance of a Dane and the temperament of a Bulldog, and the female is a combination of both. The Danebull is a mixture of two different parent breeds. The first generation is the cross of a purebred Danish or Swedish Staffordshire Bull Terrier (a so-called “Staffordshire bull terrier”) and a purebred American Pit Bull Terrier (sometimes referred to as a “pit bull”). The second generation is the cross of a third generation (F1b) and a fourth generation (F2). The Danebull is a medium-sized, muscular, athletic, and well-balanced dog. They may have the smooth coats of the Danes, or they may have the thick, rough coats of the bulldogs.

Time of Origin


Country of Origin

United States Of America

Great Danebull Physical Characteristics

The Great Danebull is a very large, large-boned, muscular, heavy-chested, short-legged, long-necked breed that is taller than they are long and that typically stands between 28 and 32 inches tall at the shoulder and that weighs between 120 and 200 pounds. They have an imposing appearance with a long, thick, and coarse double coat that is either brindle or fawn colored with darker patches. They have a triangular head, deep muzzle, and erect ears. The tail is usually docked and their eyes are almond shaped. They are energetic, friendly, and alert.

Eye Colors


Nose Colors


Coat Colors

Brindle, Sable, Black, White, Blue, Fawn, Red, Brown

Height Range

Male Height Range: 26 – 28 inches

Female Height Range: 24 – 26 inches

Weight Range

Male Weight Range: 70 – 90 lbs

Female Weight Range: 60 – 85 lbs

Great Danebull Health

Description of breed health.


6-14 yrs

Great Danebull Health Concerns

Entropion, Gastric Torsion, Cardiomyopathy, Hip Dysplasia, Elbow Dysplasia, Cataracts, Bladder Stones, Myotonia

Great Danebull Temperament and Behaviour

The Great Danebull is a friendly and gentle breed of dog. They are medium energy dogs and will typically do well with exercise. They are generally easy to train, and are known to be very good with kids and with other household pets. They prefer to be indoors with their family, but are often sociable and outgoing.

Great Danebull Activity Requirements

Great Danebulls can be high-energy, happy-go-lucky, and affectionate. They are typically friendly and eager to please. They love to have fun and will enjoy a new adventure. A daily walk is the best way to provide your Great Danebull with the exercise and stimulation they need. A 30- to 60-minute daily walk or jog is ideal for this large, strong-boned dog. While Great Danebulls can live in an apartment, they do require a great deal of space. If you live in a small home or apartment, you may want to consider a calmer, smaller dog.

Miles Per Day

6 miles

Activity Per Day

40 minutes

Daily Food

4 cups

Kennel Club Recognition

American Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Great Danebull is part of the Unclassified group.

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The Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Great Danebull is part of the Unclassified group.

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Australian National Kennel Council

Not Recognized

Great Danebull is part of the Unclassified group.

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Canadian Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Great Danebull is part of the Unclassified group.

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