Old English Bulldog Puppies?

Country of Origin The Olde English Bulldogge is an attempt to breed back the English Bulldog as it appeared in the early 1800s (known as the Regency Period Bull Baiter), but with the mild personality of todays breed. The English Bulldog (or simply Bulldog) was bred in England for bull baiting, a popular gambling sport in which one or more dogs were matched up against a chained bull (or bear). The Olde English Bulldogge is recognized by the APRI, CKC, OREBA, NKC, and CKC. The most successful line was developed by David Leavitt in the 1970s and is half English Bulldog with the other half encompassing Bullmastiff, American Bulldog and American Pit Bull Terrier. This line has since proved successful in obedience trials and therapeutic service.

The Olde English Bulldogge can have a short or fine medium coat in a wide variety of colors including solid white, brindle (red, grey, or black), or fawn. The Olde English Bulldogge is affectionate, uncomplicated, gentle, intelligent, sensitive, and fearless when defending owner and property.

The Olde English Bulldogge is known for its loyalty; its happy-go-lucky attitude is in sharp contrast to its sour face. The Olde English Bulldogge is affectionate, uncomplicated, gentle, intelligent, sensitive, and fearless when defending owner and property. The Olde English Bulldogge is known for its loyalty; its happy-go-lucky attitude is in sharp contrast to its sour face.

Due to its facial features, it is susceptible to breathing problems and skin infections, and many are delivered via Caesarean section because of the large head. Consistency is important, but the Olde English Bulldogge is highly sensitive to the tone of its handler’s voice, making training a fairly simple process.

Are Olde English bulldogs good pets?

The Olde English Bulldogge has fewer breathing problems and less trouble with birthing than the parent breeds. The OEB is a courageous and alert guardian that will defend family and home. The Bulldogge is generally outgoing and friendly with a desire to please – making her easy to train and a wonderful family pet.

Is an old English bulldog considered an aggressive breed?

Olde English Bulldogges are less aggressive than their now extinct namesakes – The Old English Bulldog – but this doesn’t mean they are a pushover! They are protective of their family and property and although they are not human or animal aggressive, they are often described as “Non-Aggressive But Prepared”.

What is the difference between a English bulldog and a old English bulldog?

Differences in appearance. In addition to its larger height and weight, the olde English bulldogge is more muscular than the English bulldog. … Most important, the olde English bulldogge’s muzzle is longer and his nostrils wider than a modern English bulldog.

Olde English Bulldogge was brought back to resemble the true Bull baiting bulldog of the 1800’s unlike the English bulldogs today which were bred for looks. Olde’s have no breathing issue, breed naturally and birth naturally.. ie. no C-sections here!