Are Olde English bulldogs aggressive?
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”.
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.
Are Olde English bulldogs good for first time owners?
Olde English Bulldogges are Stubborn. For a new puppy owner, training that puppy is incredibly important. However, OEB’s are stubborn enough to resist training if negative reinforcement is used. … Sarge can be very stubborn, but he honestly does quite well with training and learning.