Olde English Bulldogge

 Breed History

 

  

       The Olde English Bulldogge originated in England between 1600 and 1700. These were the early ancestores 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, ful of vigor with exceptional stamina. We believe a bulldog should be able to swim and play in the hot summer or have snowball fights with the family in the cold winter snow without 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. Our Olde English Bulldogges have exceeded our expectations in breeding and becoming wonderful family companions