The Miniature Bull Terrier is originally from Great Britain. It was created in 1821 by crossing the terrier on the one hand and the bulldog on the other. The characteristic of the Miniature Bull Terrier is therefore its so-called “downface”.
Before the First World War, however, he was no longer popular and was therefore removed from the so-called Kennel Club breed register in 1918. Over the years, however, its popularity increased again, which is why the Miniature Bull Terrier Club was founded in 1938.
In 2011, however, the Miniature Bull Terrier was subsequently recognized by the FCI (Federation Cynologique Internationale) and since then it has been considered very popular – also in German households, where it is increasingly found.