Four-legged gentlemen often make a lot of noise. They gurgle, wheeze, and snore at night.
Not very much in tune with the “aristocratic” norms and another feature of these dogs – they often suffer from flatulence, that is, increased gas production. For squeamish people, this can be a real problem.
The English Bulldog is vulnerable to various respiratory diseases. The reason is in the short muzzle, which makes the organs of the nasopharynx vulnerable to various pathogens.