Brittish Bulldog Skull Replica measures 6.5 inches. Brittish Bulldog Skull Replica is museum quality polyurethane cast. 2-part skull (separate cranium and jaw). Made in USA.

Brittish Bulldog is another name for the English bull dog. Canis familiaris. 13th Century English breed from the Mastiff for sport bull-baiting.

The Boxer is a short-haired breed, with a smooth coat that lies tight to the body. The recognized colors are fawn and brindle, frequently with a white underbelly and white on the feet.

These white markings, called “flash”, often extend onto the neck or face, and dogs that have these markings are known as “flashy”.

“Fawn” denotes a range of colors, the tones of which may be described variously as light tan or yellow, reddish tan, mahogany, or stag/deer red, and dark honey-blonde.

The Bulldog also known as the English Bulldog or Brittish Bulldog, is a medium sized dog breed. It is a muscular, hefty dog with a wrinkled face and a distinctive pushed-in nose.

English Bulldog or the Brittish Bulldog have characteristically wide heads and shoulders along with a pronounced mandibular prognathism.

The Brittish Bulldog’s thick body is matched by a broad head with a short, pug muzzle ending with a wide, black nose.

The wide, up-turned lower jaw projects noticeably in front of the upper jaw. The floppy flaps of skin that hang past the lower jaw are called “flews” or “chops.”

The head is the most distinctive feature of the Boxer. The breed standard dictates that it must be in perfect proportion to the body and above all it must never be too light.

The greatest value is to be placed on the muzzle being of correct form and in absolute proportion to the skull. The length of the muzzle to the whole of the head should be a ratio of 1:3.

Folds are always present from the root of the nose running downwards on both sides of the muzzle, and the tip of the nose should lie somewhat higher than the root of the muzzle.

In addition, a Brittish Bulldog should be slightly prognathous, i.e., the lower jaw should protrude beyond the upper jaw and bend slightly upwards in what is commonly called an underbite or “undershot bite”.