English Bulldog Lifespan: How Long Do English Bulldogs Live? (2022)

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In this article, we will be looking at all aspects of the English Bulldog lifespan. We all want to know how long our current or future pets might live. And want to know any health problems they are prone to that might cut their life short.

We also love our dogs, and we want them to be around for as long as possible. As a result, it’s natural for us to find as many answers as we can in relation to their life expectancy.

So how long do English Bulldogs live? This is a very important question worth asking.

First of all, if you’re looking for more information on English Bulldogs or discover that this article conjures up other questions about this interesting breed, you can view our complete breed guide here.

English Bulldogs Are Popular Dogs

The English Bulldog is a very popular breed and was ranked 5th out of 192 kinds of dogs, by the American Kennel Club (AKC) just this past Spring (March 20, 2019).

The English Bulldog is loyal, affectionate, and courageous. Plus, it is their docile nature that makes them so popular and also makes them great family pets.

Yet another characteristic that makes the English Bulldog such a sought after dog is their adaptability. For this reason, English Bulldogs can thrive in both small and large homes.

How Long Do English Bulldogs Live?

Much like any other breed, the English Bulldog lifespan is variable. Several studies look at their longevity. Sadly, the average English Bulldog lifespan is not very long.

One studyby the UK Kennel Club and British Small Animal Veterinary Association found that the average lifespan for the English Bulldog was only 8.25 years. And only 8.9% were reported to have died of “old age.”

Similarly, this study done in 2013 reported that the average lifespan of English Bulldogs is 8.4 years.

In contrast, one particular study from 2010 gives a slightly different average for the English Bulldog lifespan. This study found that the average English Bulldog lifespan is only 6.29 years and suggests a bit of variance in the average.

They were once considered very healthy dogs with an average lifespan of 10 years. But now the average English Bulldog lifespan is now only about 6 to 8 years.

So why is the English Bulldog lifespan so short? And how can we help to increase their life expectancy?

English Bulldog Lifespan Compared With Other Breeds

All of these studies reported that the average English Bulldog lifespan is far below that of the average dog. Based on the studies mentioned above, the English Bulldog lifespan is about 30% shorter than the average amongst most other breeds.

Why is there such a difference in lifespan compared to other breeds? We’ll take a closer look.

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Factors Affecting English Bulldog Lifespan

There are many factors that can affect the lifespan of all breeds. This includes: their environment, their daily diets, and their exercise routines.


Interestingly, the size of a dog often contributes to its lifespan. Small dogs generally living longer than larger dogs. The English Bulldog falls in the range of medium-sized dogs and so has a middle-of-the-pack lifespan.

The majority of problems that affect the English Bulldog lifespan has to do with breeding and health. We’ll explore these reasons why next.

English Bulldog Lifespan And Breeding

So how long do English Bulldogs live? Luckily, the answer to this is not set in stone.

By introducing other dog breeds into the gene pool, it is possible to fix many of the current health problems. And genetic diversity can be improved.

In fact, such attempts have already been made, and have produced healthier canines.

However, there is push-back from some English Bulldog breeders about changing the general shape and genes of an English Bulldog. They are worried it would essentially make the breed no longer English Bulldogs.

Would they still be an English Bulldog if their faces were no longer squished and their bodies no longer so short and stout?

Some breeders are attempting a different route. They’re trying to improve the breed’s health by carefully breeding only the healthiest bulldogs together.

Still, this reverse breeding is questioned by some. They believe that current Bulldogs are so unhealthy that attempting to improve within the breed will take longer than it is worth.

Unethical Breeding

On the other hand, the widespread popularity of the English Bulldog has also proven to be costly for these sweet, patient, and good-natured dogs. More English Bulldogs are being unethically bred as demand increases. This has led to a slew of health problems and driven down the English Bulldog’s life expectancy.

Many of these health problems have developed due to inbreeding. As reported in the Canine Genetics and Epidemiology Journal that “breeding of the English bulldog for extremes of brachycephaly, chondrodysplasia, skin folding, and childlike appearance and personality has required a level of human-directed positive selection.”

In other words, years of breeding English bulldogs in favor of “squished faces,” skin folds, small stature, and other child-like features has led to the English bulldog becoming one of the most unhealthy dog breeds in the world.

English Bulldog Lifespan And Health Problems

The answer to “How long do English Bulldogs live?” is affected heavily by the number of health problems that plague this breed of dog.

Many health conditions contribute to the relatively short English Bulldog lifespan. Including heart problems and respiratory issues.

Let’s take a look at the health concerns of the English Bulldog in greater detail and get a more complete understanding of why these dogs seem to leave us so soon.

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English Bulldog Lifespan: Heart, Bladder And Kidney Problems

Heart Disease

Heart Disease can develop in both younger and older English Bulldogs. But, if caught early, it can often be managed with medication. Early detection will help ensure your dog lives many more years.

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Both regular dental care and weight management both go a long way toward preventing heart disease which we’ll talk about a bit later.

Some signs of heart disease include a loss of appetite, a lack of interest in exercise, breathing difficulties, and coughing. Consult your vet if you notice signs of heart disease in your pet. Diagnostic heart testing is also available.

Bladder And Kidney Stones

English Bulldogs have a higher risk of developing bladder or kidney stones. This condition is more common in female dogs.

It can be painful and may turn into a serious, life-threatening condition if a stone causes a complete obstruction. In this case, the bladder can rupture.

You can treat stones with a diet, non-surgical, or surgical intervention. A preventative diet is recommended if they have had stones in the past.

If your dog has blood in their urine, difficulty urinating, or an inability to urinate seek medical intervention immediately. Regular urine testing is recommended as a proactive measure.

English Bulldog Lifespan and Breathing Disorders

Brachycephalic Syndrome

The vast majority of English bulldogs suffer from brachycephaly.

With their short muzzles and flat faces, English Bulldogs have extra tissue in their airway passages. They have the same amount of tissue as other dogs but due to their short, squished faces, there is nowhere for the excess tissue to go.

This causes breathing difficulties and other respiratory and digestive related issues. English Bulldogs tend to be gassy from the extra air intake, are prone to heat stroke, and can develop pneumonia from food inhaled into their lungs.

Signs of respiratory difficulties are: loud breathing, coughing, blue tinted gums, fainting, and exercise intolerance. Contact your vet if your dog demonstrated signs of breathing difficulties. A severe case may require surgery.

Laryngeal Paralysis

In older English Bulldogs, paralysis of the vocal cords can occur. The paralyzed chords hang down into the airway and interfere with breathing.

Listen for loud, noisy breathing. This condition can become severe and dogs can fall down and struggle to breathe effectively.

You can manage mild cases at home with medication. It is important to note that the prevalence of this condition can increase with hot, humid weather.

English Bulldog Lifespan And Joint Problems

Hip And Elbow Dysplasia

Dysplasia refers to an abnormal joint structure that leads to partial or complete dislocation. English Bulldogs are prone to hip and elbow dysplasia which can also lead to arthritis. This condition becomes more likely as a dog ages.

A good indicator of dysplasia is if your dog has trouble standing up from a lying down position, or demonstrates lameness in the legs.

Early diagnosis can help with pain management and help increase the quality and length of the English Bulldog lifespan.


Hemivertebrae is a condition characterized by wedge-shaped spinal vertebrae that can cause curvatures in the spine. It is a condition that the English Bulldog is born with and that can cause damage to the spinal cord and disability.


A puppy that appears to have no tail at all might be more likely to suffer as a result of this issue. X-rays can detect puppy spinal abnormalities. Early diagnosis can help to prevent further damage, exacerbated by exercise or weight gain.

How Long Do English Bulldogs Live?: With Other General Factors

Some general factors that contribute to a dog’s life expectancy include things like the English Bulldogs age and size. Others factors more within a dog owner’s control are dental care, vaccinations, preventative treatment for parasites, and weight management.

Be proactive about potential and known issues that your English Bulldog can develop. It will give them the best chance at a long and happy life.

The following are those issues to be aware of and tips on what you can do to help keep your furry friend healthy.

English Bulldog Lifespan And Dental Issues

Just like humans, dogs get plaque and tartar build up on their teeth. Also similar to humans, without appropriate dental care, this build up can lead to infections in the teeth and gums.

Dental neglect can become serious, potentially causing major health issues, like liver and kidney damage. It even reduces the life expectancy of your pet by 1 to 3 years.

English Bulldogs are brachycephalic, meaning they have short, wide heads. As a result, they are more at risk of dental problems.
Their small mouths mean their teeth are squished in too tightly. As a result, overcrowding can cause pain and gum problems.

Simply, brushing your dog’s teeth 3 times a week can help keep them healthy and decrease the likelihood of these dental-related health concerns.

English Bulldog Lifespan And Obesity

Weight management is important to the quality of life and life expectancy of your dog. English Bulldogs are particularly susceptible to weight gain. So, as pleading as those sad little eyes may be, you must resist the urge to indulge in table scraps or extra treats.

Overweight dogs are at risk of developing heart disease, metabolic disorders, digestive disorders, and back pain. English Bulldogs are already susceptible to joint problems and additional weight will only exacerbate this issue.

Stick to a meal plan appropriate for your dog’s age and breed and use high-quality dog food.

English Bulldog Lifespan And Preventable Illnesses

You can easily prevent a number of non-inherited diseases with routine vaccinations and maintenance medication. Routine vaccinations can include parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis, and rabies. Talk to your vet about options for managing ticks, fleas, and worms.

Increasing Your English Bulldog’s Lifespan

As a pet owner, there are many things you can do to help maximize the life expectancy of your English Bulldog. A few of them include being diligent and attentive to your dog’s grooming and dental care. And ensuring your dog maintains a healthy weight through proper food and exercise.

In addition, it is important to be aware of your dog’s unique limitations:

Brachycephalic dogs can’t swim. Their head and chest are much larger and heavier than their hindquarters, causing them to sink. Drowning is a real risk for English Bulldogs so to keep your dog safe always put an English Bulldog life jacket on them, and supervise them around water.

English Bulldogs are also very sensitive to the temperature and can overheat very quickly. They can develop heat stroke even in a short time on a hot day. Be mindful of taking your English Bulldog out to exercise in hot weather or leaving them in such an environment for any amount of time.

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And of course, we recommend regular health checks with a veterinarian as well.

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Choosing A Healthy English Bulldog Puppy’

When searching for an English Bulldog puppy, finding a reputable breeder is especially important. With the poor breeding practices and inbreeding that plagues this specific breed of dog, this gives you the best chance for a healthier dog. A healthier dog is also likely to be more expensive than one from an unethical breeder.

Almost half of all English Bulldogs are diagnosed with a serious health condition before they turn two. So both a reputable breeder and testing are important for any health issues.

Recommended Testing

Some DNA testing is available for certain hereditary conditions. Recommended health testing for breeders by the UK Kennel Club includes a DNA test—HUU (Hyperuricosuria)that tests for a predisposition to kidney and bladder stones, and the Bulldog Breed Council Health Scheme(Bronze Level).

Ask your breeder questions about parentage and testing. A good breeder should be happy to answer all your questions and provide proof of testing. If possible, ask to see the parents of your puppy and ensure they appear healthy.

On the other hand, adopting a rescue dog can be another great option if you are looking at an English Bulldog. The bond built with a rescue can be very special and fulfilling.

Other, healthier breeds, that you may want to consider are:

  • Staffordshire Bull Terrier
  • Catahoula Bulldog
  • Beagle
  • English Cocker Spaniel

Oldest Living English Bulldog

The Facebook group page “The Oldest Bulldogs Around the World” shares information on English Bulldogs. It has for 8 years and over. There have been a few reports by Bulldog owners of dogs who have turned 16 this past Spring (2019).

One owner from Cleveland, Ohio, USA, self-reported that her dog, Oliver, lived to an incredible 20 years of age and passed away in January 2018.

How Long Do English Bulldog Live?

The English Bulldog’s gentleness, good-natured temperament, and adaptability make them a great family pet. This breed is sought after. Unfortunately, that has come at a cost to their health and overall life expectancy.

To sum up, the English Bulldog has a much shorter lifespan than the average dog at just 6 to 8 years. However, there are of course exceptions for older and younger English Bulldogs, depending on all of the factors we have discussed.

Their popularity has led to poor breeding practices. Consequently, they have a number of common health issues. Hopefully, we see a statistical change in the English Bulldog lifespan in the future as vets and breeders attempt to correct the unethical breeding practices performed on this dog breed.

If you choose to have an English Bulldog, finding a trustworthy breeder and providing conscientious care to your dog are both essential for promoting optimal health and life expectancy.

Do you have an English Bulldog?

Let us know how old they are in the comments below!

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Further Reading

This article was extensively revised and updated for 2019.


How long do English bulldogs typically live? ›

What is the longest living English Bulldog? ›

How Old Was The Oldest English Bulldog? The oldest recorded English bulldog who lived was the Roc Ann dog with its 13 years.

What is the most common cause of death in English bulldogs? ›

The average lifespan of bulldogs is 7.2 years. The most common causes of death are heart disease (11.8%), cancer (10.9%) and brain disorder (9.1%).

Is 8 old for a bulldog? ›

The documented lifespan of the average English Bulldog is 8 – 10 years. That's not to say you can't be the lucky one to beat those odds. Especially if you adhere to the recommended health, feeding, exercise, and general maintenance for the breed.

How long do bulldogs sleep? ›

We're willing to bet most bully owners answered with “sleeping”! Experts aren't sure exactly why bulldogs snooze so much, but they average about 12 hours of shuteye a day.

Which dog has the shortest lifespan? ›

#1 – Dogue de Bordeaux

Dogue de Bordeauxs, or French Mastiffs, are perhaps the shortest living dog breed in existence with a life expectancy of 5-8 years. What they lack in longevity, however, they make up for in their wonderful temperaments and easy care.

Are English Bulldogs protective of their owners? ›

Protective & Loyal

The English Bulldog is a very bold dog that is not afraid to stand his ground, and he can be very protective of his owners and possibly, territorial over his property.

Are bulldogs smart? ›

Intelligence. According to this intelligence ranking, bulldogs rank as 77 and French Bulldogs rank at 58. Bulldogs rank at the lowest degree of working/obedience intelligence. It says they understand new commands after 80-100 tries and obey the first command 25% of the time or worse.

How do you know when your English Bulldog is dying? ›

How Do I Know When My Dog is Dying?
  • Loss of coordination.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • No longer drinking water.
  • Lack of desire to move or a lack of enjoyment in things they once enjoyed.
  • Extreme fatigue.
  • Vomiting or incontinence.
  • Muscle twitching.
  • Confusion.
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Do bulldogs feel pain? ›

Bulldog pain can be acute, as well as chronic, localized, as well as diffused, slow and dull, or instant and fast. Your bulldog pain intensity might be mild, moderate, or severe.

Can bulldogs be left home alone? ›

Yes, bulldogs can be left alone but only when they're well trained and confident. Because they're companion dogs, they thrive on being close to their family. If left alone too long, they experience separation anxiety which may lead to destructive behavior.

At what age is a bulldog a senior? ›

A Bulldog is considered a senior when he is 7 years old. At this age, your pet's organs do not work as efficiently as they did before. For this reason, your senior Bulldog may display changes in behavior and physical strength.

What can I expect from an old English Bulldog? ›

Olde English Bulldogge Temperament

Despite their sometimes intimidating looks, Olde English Bulldogges are friendly, outgoing, affectionate and eager to please dogs. They are known to be bold, going to great lengths to do what is asked of them and are generally easy-going with strangers outside of the home.

Can you over walk a bulldog? ›

English Bulldogs should be walked once a day, possibly twice. Their daily exercise should be around 20 minutes on a walk, and never exceeding 40 minutes in total during the day. Any more than this can harm them.

Do Bulldogs cry? ›

Why do Bulldogs cry? Normally, if your bulldog is whining or crying they are trying to communicate something to you. They could be telling you that they are hungry, lonely, in pain, or that they need to use the restroom. Whatever the case, you need to learn their signals so that you can help your pet.

Do Bulldogs like to cuddle? ›

Yes, bulldogs are exceptional cuddlers, gentle, affectionate, and LOVE attention from their family. As a bulldog matures, these companion dogs become calm and more relaxed. Many times their affection is show through contact which includes cuddling.

Why does my bulldog sleep on me? ›

They're showing their affection towards you and they want to be close. A dog will sleep on top of you to feel safe, warm and to have a sense of connection with you.

Do dogs understand their name? ›

Introduction. When you first bring home a new puppy, they have no idea what their name is. They won't respond to their name when you call them and likely won't even acknowledge the sound of their name. However, as time goes on, they begin to learn and eventually start responding to their name all the time.

Do male or female dogs live longer? ›

The findings suggest that gender has no effect on the cause of death and a small effect on longevity — males live slightly longer. The majority of differences in canine longevity seem to be due to the effects of spaying and neutering.

How old is a 10 year old dog in human age? ›

When a dog hits the three-year mark, he ages 4 years to every 1 human year bringing the ratio to 4:1. Using this formula, a 10-year old dog is the equivalent of a 53-year old human. Using the simple 7:1 ratio, this same 10-year old dog would be the equivalent of a 70-year old human.

Are English Bulldogs jealous? ›

Jealousy is a closely related issue. Bulldogs will fight over human attention, food and toys, so its important to watch multiple bulldogs carefully in situations where this is a potential issue.

How long can English Bulldogs hold their bladder? ›

Adult English Bulldogs can hold their bladder for 5-8 hours or longer, but it is best to get them out to relieve themselves every 5 hours. Variables such as activity level, amount of water consumed, and the age of the dog will all contribute to these timelines.

Do bulldogs feel the cold? ›

Yes, bulldogs feel cold and are sensitive to extreme temperatures. Due to their unique body structure and anatomical abnormalities, bulldogs have difficulty with extreme hot and cold weather. On top of that, they were bred to live indoors as loyal and loving companion dogs.

Do English Bulldogs pick a favorite person? ›

However, as many owners will attest, English Bulldogs are big softies who have their own ways of showing their affection towards their favourite person – they also have their own unique ways of showing you they are happy.

Why do bulldogs follow you around? ›

As you go about your day, your bulldog may follow you around to check on you, because it comforts them, or just to tag along with their best friend. Regardless of the exact reason, your bulldog is probably showing you they care by staying by your side.

Are English Bulldogs aggressive? ›

Bulldogs are involved in fewer bite incidents than you would expect, given their popularity, so the breed appears to be at low risk for aggressive behavior. But any dog can show signs of aggression if they aren't socialized from an early age.

What dog breed lives the longest? ›

Australian Cattle Dog

An Australian Cattle Dog called Bluey holds the record for the longest-lived dog - reaching an incredible 29 years of age. The breed normally lives for around 15 years.

How do you take care of an old English Bulldog? ›

Routine Care, Diet, and Exercise

Brush her coat as needed, at least weekly. Olde English Bulldogges generally have good teeth, and you can keep them perfect by brushing them at least twice a week! She can be sensitive to warm temperatures; avoid any prolonged exposure and be very alert to the signs of heat stress.

Can dogs sense their own death? ›

But when their time is up, many dogs seem to understand it somehow. Countless stories exist of dogs who let their owners know when they're entering their final moments. They appear to have some sort of sixth sense, be it supernatural or physiological, that tells them they're about to die.

Can dogs sense death? ›

They provide comfort not just in death but also in other difficult times, whether it's depression, job loss or a move across country. Dogs know when people are dying or grieving, through body language cues, smells only they can detect and other ways not yet known, experts say.

What to do if dog dies at home at night? ›

Obtain a blanket, towel, or bed sheet that is large enough to wrap around the body. Also, get a heavy-duty plastic trash bag (double them up if the body is very large or if the bags are thin). Arrange the body on the blanket, towel, or sheet. Place the body on its side in a curled-up position, as if sleeping.

What are English bulldogs known for? ›

While historically the English Bulldog was bred for the sport of bull-baiting and displayed quite an aggressive behavior, this characteristic has largely been bred out of the breed over time. In general, the English Bulldog breed of today is known for being friendly and docile.

Do English Bulldogs need a companion? ›

Bulldogs are very much a people's dog, they thrives on lots of attention and love from their family and do not like to be left alone for long periods of time. They can be so attached to home and family that they will not venture out of the yard without a human companion.

Do English Bulldogs have separation anxiety? ›

Yes, bulldogs can have separation anxiety. Bulldogs have been bred as companion dogs and need to be near their owners for their mental wellbeing. If a bulldog is separated, without being trained, it can experience severe depression and anxiety.

Is a bulldog a good house dog? ›

Stubbornness aside, Bulldogs are sociable, friendly and gentle and make excellent companions and family pets. These laidback dogs are more than happy to relax on the sofa and adapt well to apartment living and smaller spaces; just make sure to give these couch potatoes enough exercise to avoid weight gain.

Is 7 old for a Bulldog? ›

A Bulldog is considered a senior when he is 7 years old. At this age, your pet's organs do not work as efficiently as they did before. For this reason, your senior Bulldog may display changes in behavior and physical strength.

What percentage of English Bulldogs have health problems? ›

A list of the 43 most common disorders found across both groups of dogs was compiled with English Bulldogs identified to be at a higher risk of suffering from 24 out of the 43 (55.8%) disorders and a lower risk of just six out of the 43 (14%), with no difference in risk for the remainder.

What dog has the longest life expectancy? ›

Live long and prosper

Jack Russell Terriers had the highest life expectancy at birth (12.72 years), followed by Yorkshire Terriers (12.54 years), Border Collies (12.10 years), and Springer Spaniels (11.92 years).

How do you know when to put your English Bulldog down? ›

Dogs do not always express pain visibly or vocally, meaning you'll have to look for other signs, including reclusiveness, weight loss, aggression, and changes in eating habits. Keep track of any of these changes and discuss them with your vet.

Can you over walk a bulldog? ›

English Bulldogs should be walked once a day, possibly twice. Their daily exercise should be around 20 minutes on a walk, and never exceeding 40 minutes in total during the day. Any more than this can harm them.

How can I tell how old my English Bulldog is? ›

The most reliable way to estimate a dog's age is to examine their teeth, according to the Humane Society of the United States. If your dog is still a puppy, you can guess their approximate age by checking the growth of their chompers.

Do bulldogs feel pain? ›

Bulldog pain can be acute, as well as chronic, localized, as well as diffused, slow and dull, or instant and fast. Your bulldog pain intensity might be mild, moderate, or severe.

What is the healthiest Bulldog breed? ›

Sadly, two of the most popular Bulldog breeds, the French and English, suffer from the most health problems and can require considerable (and expensive) veterinary care. Looking at a healthier version like the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog can be a better choice.

Are English bulldogs aggressive? ›

Bulldogs are involved in fewer bite incidents than you would expect, given their popularity, so the breed appears to be at low risk for aggressive behavior. But any dog can show signs of aggression if they aren't socialized from an early age.

Do male or female dogs live longer? ›

The findings suggest that gender has no effect on the cause of death and a small effect on longevity — males live slightly longer. The majority of differences in canine longevity seem to be due to the effects of spaying and neutering.

At what age do dogs start slowing down? ›

Most dogs enter their senior years at around 7 years old, a little sooner for larger dog breeds. They begin to slow down, they may gain weight more easily, their senses start to dull. An older dog's behavior will give you plenty of hints as to what he needs, but sometimes it helps to put it in words.

Do dogs live longer if they are loved? ›

The studies found that, overall, dog owners tend to live longer than non-owners. And they often recover better from major health events such as a heart attack or stroke, especially if they live alone.

Do dogs live longer with another dog? ›

You've probably heard that an older dog becomes revitalized and may actually live longer, if you bring a younger dog into the family. In our experience, whether this is true depends on the dog and the family. Most older dogs don't like change, and some just won't adjust to having another dog around.


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