Olde English Bulldogges

Olde English Bulldogges are intended to be a healthier version of the English Bulldogge. In the 1970’s the breed was developed by incorporating the English Bulldogge (50%) along with American Bulldog (1/6), Bullmastiff (1/6), and American Pit Bull Terrier 1/6).

The breed is developed to be incorporated into the family and capable of activity with a loyal and courageous and determined but not aggressive disposition. The dogs are muscular and agile with a well rounded head. Males are ideally 17-20 inches and 60-80 pounds, females are 16-19 inches and 50-70 pounds.

Olde English Bulldogges should not have difficulty breathing in hot or cold weather. They should be protected from extreme temperatures. The breed is able to mate and whelp naturally.

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