The Olde English Bulldogge is a powerful pet. Here is your informative A-list of Olde English Bulldogge. In 1970, Mr. David Leavitt wanted to develop a new bulldog dog breed with a better temperament and less health issues. He wanted the dog look like their ancestors which were the 18th century English Bulldog. The Olde English Bulldogge is crossing between Pitbull, Bullmastiff and American Bulldog. This dog breed is originated from United States. Today, Olde English Bulldogge becomes loving family pet.

Facts about Olde English Bulldogge

  • Temperament – The Olde English Bulldogge is friendly, alert, courageous, confident, athletic, fearless, loyal, stable and sweet. They can get along with children and they eager to please their owner. They can be aggressive towards the same sex of the dog, it is better to start their obedience training and socialization for Olde English Bulldogge puppies. They likes to chew, it is better provide some chew toys for them. They will protect their family and wary of strangers. They tend to drool; owner must always clean their face regularly. Do not leave them alone for long period else they will become destructive.
  • Appearance – The Olde English Bulldogge has a large head and come with muscular medium-sized body. The body is in good strength and powerful. The OEB is usually come with wrinkled forehead and he has a pair of almond-shaped medium-sized eyes. The ears are small and positioned outside the skull. The OEB face is always full of expression. They have a square and wide muzzle. The chest is deep and the ribs are well sprung. The legs are short and set wide apart. The coat is short, smooth and thin.

Olde English Bulldogge Breed Information

Size Medium to large
Height 43- 51cm (male) 40-48cm female)
Weight 27-36kg (male) 22-31kg (female)
Colour Black, red, brown, tan, cream and brindle
Group Mastiff, Working Breed Dog
Life Span 11 – 14 years
Exercise Ability Daily long walk is needed.
Grooming Requirements Brush with bristle occasionally. Use dry shampoo when necessary. This breed is average shedder
Environment Indoor or small fenced yard
Barking Average

Some common health issue for Olde English Bulldogge is hip dysplasia or bloat.

If you are interested in this dog breed, you may adopt Olde English Bulldogge from Olde English Bulldogge rescue or look for Olde English Bulldogge breeders.

Olde English Bulldogge