Bulldog puppies are often referred to as “bulldogs” and can have a life span of about a year, which is not much longer than that of a Labrador.

However, while a bull dog is the largest breed of dog on the planet, the breed is also known for having very short lives.

That is, the average life expectancy for a bull pup is only two to three years.

Bulldogs have the same health issues as the rest of the canine population, including heart and kidney problems, cancer and chronic disease.

And, as with any canine, there is a very small chance that the dog will develop any of these conditions.

In fact, the very best breeders will take the time to check their bulldogs for any health issues before they breed them, which can be as simple as taking them to the vet or even having them vaccinated.

Here are the 10 health issues that can cause a bull puppy to be sick.1.

Heartworm infectionsBulldogs have a very low tolerance for the harmful parasite heartworm, which means that they are not as susceptible to the disease as other dogs, like pugs or guinea pigs.

However in dogs, heartworm can be very dangerous.

According to the American Heart Association, heartworms cause serious illness and death in up to 80 percent of dogs, which results in a serious increase in the number of heartworms in the body.

In addition to causing severe heartworm infections, heart worms can also cause lung and kidney disease.

If a bull becomes infected, the parasite will travel through his intestines, causing inflammation in the liver, kidneys, and lungs.

It is very important that you take a thorough, thorough, and appropriate medical examination of the dog before attempting to breed him, and that you provide adequate and proper care to him in order to prevent infection.2.

Blood poisoningBlood poisoning is a common and often fatal illness in dogs that develops in a short time period when a dog becomes infected with the blood parasite that causes hemolytic anemia, a condition that causes a loss of red blood cells and white blood cells.

Hemolytic, also known as “black blood,” is a serious and irreversible condition that can lead to death within 24 to 48 hours of exposure to blood.

Hemorrhagic fever, which causes the bleeding of blood, is also a condition caused by hemolysis.

The only way to prevent blood poisoning is to get rid of the blood parasites that the dogs carry and get rid the dogs blood tests, which include a urine test and a blood test.3.

Kidney diseaseThis condition is common in bulls that develop kidney disease, which affects the kidneys, liver, and other organs.

The kidneys can be damaged by the blood infection, which may cause them to swell, which could lead to kidney failure.

In some cases, the kidneys can also rupture and burst.4.

Bone diseaseBulldogs may have bone disease if they develop bone cancer.

Bone cancer is the most common cancer in dogs and can affect a dog’s life expectancy by up to 20 years.

A dog that has cancer will also be at a high risk for kidney failure and can develop kidney problems.

If the cancer has spread to the bones, the dog may die from kidney failure or other diseases.5.

Collision with other dogsThe most common form of dog collision is a fight between two bulldogs.

If you see a bull that is attacking another dog, you may think that the bull is aggressive and attacking, but you may be mistaken.

Collisions are a natural part of the life of a bull, but a dog with cancer or other disease will need to be evaluated before breeding.6.

Infections caused by parasitesMany dogs are susceptible to a variety of parasites, which infect the blood in the dog’s system, which then causes the dog to develop serious health problems.

Some of these diseases include, but are not limited to: bull-disease, leprae, worm-mite, and syphilis.

These diseases are caused by the worm-mite or syphilis parasite, which spreads from the bite of a flea to the dog.

The parasite can live in the saliva, urine, or feces of the animal.

When the parasite is ingested, it can cause serious infections in the digestive tract and lungs, as well as other organs, including the heart and liver.

In the case of worms, the worms may enter the bloodstream and cause the dog and the dog/dog’s owner to become infected.7.

Bacterial infectionsBacteria are a major threat to the health of any dog.

According the United States Department of Agriculture, more than 90 percent of all dog infections are caused not by the bacteria themselves, but by the dog itself.

When a dog is infected with B. burgdorferi, a parasite that can carry Lyme disease, or by the protozoan protozoa B. vulnificus,