Olde English Bulldogge

The Olde English Bulldogge (OEB) is a relatively new dog breed that was developed as a re-creation of old bull-baiting dogs with less aggressive nature. This breed was developed by David Leavitt in 1971 by crossing English Bulldog, American Bulldog, American Pitbull Terrier and Bullmastiff breeds. This resulted in the emergence of a more agile and healthier Olde English Bulldogge.

The OEB is a strong and muscular medium size dog with height between 17-23 inches and weight about 50-90 lbs. It is a strong, powerful and athletic dog with a well proportioned and balanced body. The dog has a large and prominent head with slightly wrinkled forehead. The square, wide and deep muzzle leads to large black nose. Set wide apart, round or almond shaped medium size eyes are brown in colour. Rose shaped small or medium size ears are set high and back on the skull. Neck is medium size, strong and slightly arched. The compact body of this dog has wide and muscular back, medium length, strong and slightly arched loin and deep, wide chest with well sprung ribs. Tail is set low and tapering from base to end. It can be pump handle or straight with pump handle being preferred. Tail should reach the hocks or be slightly shorter. Tail is carried down, horizontal or high. Coat is short, close and of medium density. It should be shiny, showing good health. Color can be brindle of red, gray, fawn or black; either solid or pied (with white). Solid white, fawn, red or black; solid color or pied.

This breed is NOT recognized by AKC however it is recognized by CKC, NKC,DRA, BBC,OEBA among others.

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