The Campeiro Buldogue was brought to Brazil in the 16th century by European immigrants . Mostly used in southern Brazil as cattle raising. These bulldogs were mainly use to herd cattle to the slaughterhouses where they were used to hold furious bulls whenever necessary. These dogs were frequently used to capture "wild" cattle in hostile environment nearby native forests. They participated in long journeys to capture lost cattle. Dogs that excelled in working with cattle were highly valued. They are believed to have originated from the Original Old English Bulldog.
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