Snapshot: 13 Photos of English Bulldogs Doing Their Thing

Hot diggity, today is National Hot Dog Day. It’s not a bad reason to head out to your nearest vendor and grab a dog, or celebrate the delicious treat by indulging at home. Hot dogs aren’t really a go-to snack in Great Britain, so we’re going to take a peek at these wee doggies, scrumptious enough to devour: English bulldogs.

Here’s 13 English bulldogs just doing their thing:

This hot dog has the right idea.  (AP Photo/Melissa Lyttle)

This hot dog has the right idea. (AP Photo/Melissa Lyttle)

(Geoff Caddick/PA)

These English bulldog puppies mean business. (Geoff Caddick/PA)

Double the trouble.  (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Double the trouble. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

(AP Photo/The Winchester Star, Jeff Taylor)

“Alright Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.” (AP Photo/The Winchester Star, Jeff Taylor)

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“We always coordinate our outfits before leaving the house.” (Express Newspapers via AP Images)

An England fan from Ipswich sleeps next to his 'British Bulldog'. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

An England football fan indulges in an outdoor nap next to his English bulldog. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

(AP Photo/Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Erik Petersen)

“Watch out guys, watch out guys. English bulldog on the loose.” (AP Photo/Erik Petersen)

(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

“I have to be honest, I’d much rather be on a skateboard right about now.” (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

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Better safe than sorry. This lil’ guy wears ear protectors at the racecourse. (Cal Sports Media via AP Images)

"Seriously, did I do something to you?" (AP Photo/Peoria Journal Star/Ron Johnson)

“Seriously, did I do something to you?” (AP Photo/Peoria Journal Star/Ron Johnson)

"If I can't see you, you can't see me." (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

“If I can’t see you, you can’t see me.” (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

Where does the bulldog end, and the football begin? (Bianca Schrodt/AP )Images

Where does the Bulldog end, and the football begin? (Bianca Schrodt/AP)

FILE -- A Feb. 23, 1950 file photo of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill with bulldog "Barley Mow" outside the Consevative Association in Essex. The Bulldog  which for some is seen as a potent symbol of the British nation's strength and pugnacity, will be deployed by the opposition Labour Party in a pre-election political broadcast Tuesday April 15, 1997 in a bid to wrest the patriotic high ground from the ruling Conservative Party. The broadcast will feature a "British Bulldog" as a meansof expressing Labour's message that Britain can do better under their rule in the build-up to the May 1 election. (AP Photo/File)

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill is seen with his English Bulldog Barley Mow in 1950. (AP Photo/File)

Can we have both: play with an English bulldog and a hot dog today? 

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