In the 20th century, the term bulldog was synonymous with the English bulldog.

But in the 20 years since its name changed, it has become increasingly synonymous with other breeds of dogs, including the American Staffordshire Terrier and the Irish bulldog, according to the Australian Humane Society.

The Society has compiled a list of the other names that have been used to describe bulldogs.

Here are some of the best of the top 10.1.

The Staffordshire BulldogThe Staffordshire bulldog is one of the most famous breeds of bulldogs in Australia.

It is the dominant breed of bulldog in the country.

The breed was introduced to Australia by the English in the 16th century.

The English bulldogs have a large, stout body, and they weigh around 2,000kg.

They are also extremely fast.

But the breed has had a tough time in the Australian cattle market.

In the past, there have been fears that the breed was losing its appeal as a result of the introduction of the Cattle Breeder Program.

In 2014, the Australian Government banned the breed.

However, it is not uncommon for people to choose a Staffordshire to adopt.2.

The Australian Staffordshire DogThe Australian Stafford is one the largest breeds of dog in the world.

It can be found in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany.

The average Australian has a weight of around 1,800kg.

However the breed is also popular with dogs of other breeds, especially in the US, UK, Ireland and the Netherlands.

The American Stafford is considered to be the most popular breed of American Stafford.

It has been known for decades to be an aggressive dog, but has a gentle temperament.

It loves to play, especially with children, and enjoys being around people.3.

The Labrador RetrieverThe Labrador Retrievers are a breed of dog that has been around for a long time.

It was first named by the British scientist George Pettingill in 1794.

The name refers to the distinctive shape of the dogs’ heads.

The dog is a medium-sized dog with a long, pointed nose and a very long muzzle.

They can weigh up to 70kg and are a popular dog in Australia for the past 20 years.

It breeds to the American Bullyhound.4.

The Irish TerrierThe Irish Terriers are one of Australia’s most popular breeds of small dogs.

They were originally bred in Ireland by the Irish settlers in the late 1800s.

The dogs have a very large body, which means that they are relatively easy to train.

They live in the Irish countryside and can live to be more than 10 years old.

They have been popular in Australia since the 1980s.5.

The RottweilerThe Rottwerkers are a long-running breed of large dogs, which originated in Germany in the 1800s and has become the most successful in the western world.

The first Rottwerks were bred for fighting in the early 20th Century.

The German breed has become so popular that there are now more than 100,000 of them.

They breed to the English Bulldog, the American Bulldog and the Australian Cattle Dog.6.

The Shih TzuThe Shih tzu is a long lived and well known Japanese breed of long-haired dogs.

The shih tzus are popular with people who want to keep a small number of the long hair.

They weigh between 1,000-1,600kg and live for between 12 and 18 years.

Their long hair makes them very tough to control, but they are also excellent for walking.

They also love being around humans.7.

The Great DaneThe Great Dane is an extremely intelligent dog that can make complex decisions.

It usually makes its own decisions on the fly, and it can do a lot of different things at once.

It walks a bit, runs, hops and hops around.

It likes to play.

It enjoys having a good time.

The great Dane can be seen on TV in shows such as The Big Bang Theory.8.

The Miniature SchnauzerThe Miniature schnauzer is a very friendly breed of dogs.

It comes in two different breeds.

The small, shy Miniature has a small, soft body and a long muzzle, while the large, loud Schnauz is known for its long, thick, pointed ears and large eyes.9.

The PekingesePekingese are a very popular dog breed in China.

They originated in the Qing Dynasty in the 13th century and were considered very friendly by many Chinese.

They grow up to 12 feet tall and weigh around 6,000lbs.

The size of the dog is important because they do not like being handled.10.

The DobermanPekingo is a large dog that is usually considered to have a gentle disposition.