Hello, and thank you for visiting our dogges here at Bully Dawgs. We are a small, family run kennel raising Olde English Bulldogges. We are located in north east Ohio. All of our dogges are raised by us in our home. We focus on producing just a very select number of quality breeding’s a year. We strive to produce a healthy, solid tempered bulldogge that is very athletic, yet also has the bully looks we all love.
All of our dogges are very well socialized and make great dogges. My wife and I both work at a large nursing home, from the first day that we welcome our new pups into the world and our home, they go to work with us. They are greeted by 144 happy residents who will give them so much love and attention. I don’t know who enjoys it more, the dogges or the residents when the day ends! We have three nieces and one nephew ages 1 to 9 years old, whether our Oldes are your family’s pet, personal companion, or your faithful guard dog, our Oldes are TOP DAWG!
Thank you for visiting Bully Dawg Kennels, we hope you enjoy your visit and have a wonderful day!
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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. They were bred to participate in blood sports like bull baiting. This so called sport, became quite popular in England through out the middle of the 18th Century. Bull baiting primarily consisted of staking out a bull and allowing several Bulldogges to attack it. A dog of great courage and agility was needed for bull baiting. This dog was of medium size; larger dogs were considered to be the result of mastiff crosses.
Around 1835, laws were passed in England prohibiting bull baiting and the Olde English Bulldogges main purpose of existence vanished. Within a decade the numbers of bulldogs declined drastically almost to extinction. Dog show fanciers eventually decided to reconstruct the breed, but wanted to tone down the aggressive temperament of the original Olde English Bulldogge. They crossed the remnants of the existing stock with the pug and over the years that followed they developed the modern English Bulldog. Unfortunately though, this modern dog is wrought with all kinds of genetic health problems.
The modern Olde English Bulldogge is a reconstruction of the original Olde Bulldogge of the 17th and 18th century. Various genetic crosses have been used in carefully and thoughtfully planned breeding programs to obtain this goal. The foundation of most of today’s Olde English Bulldogges can be traced to English Bulldog, American Bulldog, APBT and Mastiff.
These dogs were used very selectively in various combinations to obtain the desired physical and mental traits of the original Olde English Bulldogge. The result has been a good looking Bulldogge of great athletic ability that is much healthier and physically fit without most or all of the problems that plague today’s modern English Bulldogs. The goal of all Olde English Bulldogge breeders should be to produce genetically healthier Bulldogges that are free breathers, free breeders, and free whelpers.