is an Olde English Bulldogge?
Bulldog from long ago.
The Olde English Bulldogge
originated in England between 1600 and 1700. These were the early
ancestors to many of the Bull breeds that exist today including the
English Bulldog and the American Bulldog. The Olde English Bulldogge was an active healthy
bulldog superior in strength, agile, full of vigor with exceptional
stamina. Our program is based on those same values of yester years as we
continually strive to breed a loyal healthy Olde English Bulldogge
companion the whole family can enjoy.
What we believe - We believe a bulldog
should be able to swim
in hot summer days or play with the family in the snow during cold
winters with out suffering of health difficulties. A bulldogge should be
loyal yet not mean spirited, loving yet protective.
Intelligent with out sacrifice. A bulldogge should love family and
children, not be overly hyper , enjoy quite time, yet at a
moments notice do what ever is asked or needed. Adult dogs should
breed and whelp naturally, not artificially . We have been
blessed in those traits with our efforts thanks to these two wonderful
Olde English Bulldogge Males
Bullseye (right). Two
Olde English bulldogge Studs that have
exceeded our expectations in breeding with our select females a
wonderful family companion that can swim, jog, endure most
temperatures and still be that favorite Bully breed of dog you would be
happy to own and love. Many of our customers now have two bulldogges
added to their immediate family.
These two exceptional
Males are producing class A Healthy World Bulldogge puppies with
outstanding Unique colors and patterns unseen in this breed before.
Beautiful Blue Merles, brindles and fawns. Exotic Colors of all types.
Olde Puppies to see the pups available.
us daily, "what is the difference between the English bulldog
and the Olde English Bulldogge?
The English Bulldog versus the Olde English
We have listed a few of the well
known facts of both bulldog breeds.
The English Bulldog (photo 1) health status.
ENGLISH Bulldogs have virtually no muzzle
which has lead to breathing difficulties, they can not with stand
any hot temperatures, along with this they suffer from eye problems,
entropian and red eye being the main eye issues, congenital
heart conditions, dental and skin disorders, and vertebrae deformities., and its large head
means that pups have to be born by caesarian (c-section ). English
Bulldog Males due to the heavy front end can not breed naturally and
must be artificially inseminated. They do not do well in hot or
cold temperatures and most English Bulldogs can not swim. Average Life expectancy
averages 5-8 years, with some exceptions to that norm;
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view the exact list of known illnesses of the English Bulldog.
English Bulldogge (photo 2
-our upcoming sire BMK Scooter) health status.
Olde English Bulldogges have a longer muzzle
(more Nose which is essential for healthy breathing), body is bully and wide and they are
proportionally correct. They are free of
breathing problems, they whelp and breed natural, they can swim, jog and
play in the summer. Oldie's have little or no health problems,
average life span is 13 plus years. The most time spent at the vet will be with shots and
worming's. Olde English Bulldogges on the average are a VERY superior intelligent
breed of bully bulldog. Sizes vary but
the Olde is about 3-6 inches taller than an English Bulldog.
The English Bulldog statement is based on our
own experience not our expressed view it was taken in context with
available information on the bulldog breed of dogs and is also expressed
on the English bulldog site at bulldoghealth.com and English
Bulldog club of Seattle. It is not
a secret that the English Bulldog of today is a special needs type of
The Olde English Bulldogge is
recognized world wide for its superior health and temperaments.
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The Olde English Bulldogge
standard and History very good article with photos. ,
ALL our dogs are IOEBA Registered Olde English Bulldogges
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