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Olde English Bulldogge
Olde English Bulldogge
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Overview

Recently created, the Olde English Bulldogge is American breed. In 1970, the David Leavitt created the Olde English Bulldogge with specific purpose of recreate the healthier working bulldogs. The Olde English Bulldogs are medium sized, muscular with great power and holder of fluid is agile movement. Well balanced and symmetrical to perform tasks in hotter and colder weathers without any breathing problem. The Olde English Bulldogges are not only fit for companionship, but also have the drive, agility to perform various types of work. Overall disposition of the Olde English Bulldogge is friendly, confident and alert. The distinction of the Olde English Bulldogge is that it is a spirited and sprightly dog either in or out of the show ring. Fearless, agile, athletic, protective and docile OEBs are fierce looking and courageous and determined but very frank around family and friends. Olde English Bulldogge is an intelligent, athletic and agile dog. An intelligent dog can easily trainable, but such a diligent and passionate dog needs a firm, self-confident and convinced owners. Olde English Bulldogges can fit in any lifestyle if protected from intensive heat and cold, though not as susceptible as the AKC Bulldog. In order to satisfy its instinct to walk, the breed should be taken on daily pack walks. When conditioned properly, they can remain active and equally happy with fair amount of daily physical workout. They like to have light exercise in order to remain in good muscle tone. The Olde English Bulldogge is a breed with least and minimal grooming requirements. The height of the Olde English Bulldogge for male is 17 to 20 and for females is 16 to 19 inches. The weight for male Odle English Bulldogge is 60 to 80 pounds, while weight for females is 50 to 70 pounds. The Life expectancy of Olde English Bulldogge may range up-to 10 years.

Olde English Bulldogge History

Recently created, the Olde English Bulldogge is American breed. In 1970, the David Leavitt created the Olde English Bulldogge with specific purpose of recreate the healthier working bulldogs. In order to create an Olde English Bulldog, the Leavitt crossed the English bulldogs with American bulldogs, Bullmastiffs and Pit Bulls. In result he succeeded to have a breed that is very similar to bulldogs of 1800s. The present days’ Olde English Bulldogs are not only athletic worker but also having the friendly temperament and best health. These dogs have not much health concerns as their forefathers had. In 2005, some lines of the Olde English Bulldogs renamed and become Leavitt Bulldog; the reason of separation is that these dogs did not meet their standard. In January, 2014, the UKC adopted the standard of the breed with original name.

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Olde English Bulldogge Life Expectancy

The Life expectancy of Olde English Bulldogge may range up-to 10 years.

Olde English Bulldogge Appearance

The Olde English Bulldogs are medium sized, muscular with great power and holder of fluid is agile movement. Well balanced and symmetrical to perform tasks in hotter and colder weathers without any breathing problem. The unnecessary wrinkles, lack of pigment around eyes and nose or mouth are considered as serious fault. The large skull of the breed is symmetrical to the muscular body and distinctive withers. Remember, the domed foreheads and narrow skulls are considered serous faults. The square shaped muzzle is deep and wide. The teeth meet in reverse scissor or undershot. With wide nostrils, the black colored noses are broad and large in relation to the width of muzzle. The almond shaped eyes are medium in size coloring dark to light brown, with black pigmented eye rims. Ears are little and small, rose, tulip or button while set high. Rather arched necks are medium in length. The body is powerfully built, rather rectangular while chest is deep and wide. Medium dense coat is short and close, shiny and healthy. The Coat colors include red, black, gray or fawn; either pied (with white) or solid. Solid white, red or black, fawn, solid color or pied.

Olde English Bulldogge Weight and Height

The height of the Olde English Bulldogge for male is 17 to 20 and for females is 16 to 19 inches. The weight for male Odle English Bulldogge is 60 to 80 pounds, while weight for females is 50 to 70 pounds.

Olde English Bulldogge Temperament

The Olde English Bulldogges are not only fit for companionship, but also have the drive, agility to perform various types of work. Overall disposition of the Olde English Bulldogge is friendly, confident and alert. The distinction of the Olde English Bulldogge is that it is a spirited and sprightly dog either in or out of the show ring. Fearless, agile, athletic, protective and docile OEBs are fierce looking and courageous and determined but very frank around family and friends. OEB is docile and friendly toward friends, but furious hostile to those who pose any threat to its family and property. The Olde English Bulldogge is enthusiastic to please and may hard-work and efforts to achieve the given tasks. The breed likes to chew and would be provided with many toys and bones. Moreover, it can drool and slobber.

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Olde English Bulldogge with children and other pets

If socialize and taught how to interact with children, it can friendly with kids. it is a wonderful companion dog. Get well along family, but wary of strangers and have ability to show great deterrence to any kind of threat.

Olde English Bulldogge Care and Grooming

The Olde English Bulldogge is a breed with least and minimal grooming requirements. It may easy to groom, however it is a heavy shedding breed and during shedding season may demand extra care.

Olde English Bulldogge Health Issues

No major health issue is reported yet, however, some can prone to bloat or hip dysplasia.

Olde English Bulldogge Training

Olde English Bulldogge is an intelligent, athletic and agile dog. An intelligent dog can easily trainable, but such a diligent and passionate dog needs a firm, self-confident and convinced owners. They may appear rather independent and need firm, unyielding and confident training. The early socialization and obedience training is very necessary for this breed.

Olde English Bulldogge Exercise

Olde English Bulldogges can fit in any lifestyle if protected from intensive heat and cold, though not as susceptible as the AKC Bulldog. In order to satisfy its instinct to walk, the breed should be taken on daily pack walks. When conditioned properly, they can remain active and equally happy with fair amount of daily physical workout. They like to have light exercise in order to remain in good muscle tone. Naturally slow, the OEB has unique physical structure, due to aforesaid reasons they never be encouraged to jump or engage in hard exercises during puppyhood or young ages.

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Olde English Bulldogge Recognition

The Olde English Bulldogge recognized by IOEBA, OEBKC, OEBA, UKC, APRI, NKC, CKC, DRA, BBC.

Olde English Bulldogge Group

It falls in following groups:

Working

Mastiff

Olde English Bulldogge Talents

The talents of the Olde English Bulldogge are:

Agility

Competitive Obedience

Companion

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