That’s what motherly love is, it is immense, gentle, forgiving and absolutely adorable to watch. Bull Terriers appeared in the early 1800s as a cross between Bulldogs and various terriers. It was expected to have strength and courage of the Bulldog with the natural agility of the Terrier. During the early 1860s, James Hinks of Birmingham, England formally introduced Bull Terrier to the dog shows and the. They were characterized by their hallmark pure white coats, often being referred to as White Cavaliers. Soon this breed became very popular as a prize dog and companion. Bull Terrier’s popularity spread across the Atlantic, with the Bull Terrier Club of America being established in 1897. This early breed was all white, with no colored markings permitted. Over time patches of color on the head became acceptable. In the early 1900s White Cavaliers were crossed with colored Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and that’s when the colored coat was established. It was recognized as a separate variety of Bull Terrier in 1936. These dogs are always looking for affection and attention, they are very playful. Bull Terrier is best described as a three year-old child in a dog suit.