The Campeiro Bulldog is a breed of dog developed in southern Brazil. It is believed to be a descendant of the Old English Bulldog introduced to Brazil by Europeans and is closely related to the Serrano Bulldog. It is also known by some other names such as Buldogue campeiro, Brazilian Bulldog, Countryside Bulldog and Pampas Bulldog. Campeiro, a Portuguese word meaning “fielder” or “related to fields”, is widely used in the South Region of Brazil as a term for those who work in rural fields, especially those who take care of cattle and ride horses well. It is reflective of
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