What does the bulldog symbolize in Great Britain?
It was the breed of dog that Winston Churchill had when he lead us to victory over Germany in WW2.
He was the man who was responsible for you being alive today to ask your question BUT you should have learned this at school
The mascot is a bulldog. A bulldog was chosen because its low stature and ugly face represent the hard and often unpleasant work needed to achieve great scholarship, and the wrinkled faces that most Yale professors have because it takes so many years to reach that level of expertise. Every time the bulldog dies, he is replaced by another one and given the name "handsome dan" to symbolize the transmission of scholarship from one generation…
When the bulldog was first breed it was used for fighting and bull bait. Now the dog is great for families with all aged children. Also the bulldog is a great guard dog always letting you know what's going on and it is very loyal to it's family. All in all the American bulldog is a great family pet.
Great Britain is the name of an island not a country. Do you mean the UK? The name of the country is 'The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland', often abbreviated to 'The UK', 'Britain' or 'Great Britain'. During the Great War Britain was allied with France and Russia against Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.