In January 2014, the United Kennel Club (UKC) recognized a Dog breed named the Olde English Bulldogge.
This breed is registered by the United Kennel Club (UKC).
But before United Kennel Club (UKC) registered the breed, a privately held company, the Canine Developmental, Health, and Performance Registry (CDHPR) registered the breed five years earlier.
Canine Developmental, Health and Performance Registry (CDHPR), and United Kennel Club (UKC) were working together in early 2000 under a singular agreement to develop breeding plans and efforts to create improved purebred.
That is why United Kennel Club (UKC) is eligible for registration.
The Bulldog was originally created for an English sport called Bull-Baiting.
But after Bull-Baiting was banned in 1835, there have been plenty of health issues with this breed.
So, within the 1970s, dog breeder, David Leavitt, wanted to recreate the breed with the identical look, health, and athletics of the 18th-century Bulldog, which was originally for Bull-Baiting sports from 1100-1835, but with a less aggressive temperament.
The Morden Olde English Bulldogge could be a mixture of the English Bulldog, American Bulldog, American Pit Bull Terrier, and also the Mastiff.
This makes them healthier and more active.
Olde English Bulldogges are a mixture of the subsequent breeds
1/2: English Bulldog
1/6th: American Pit Bull Terrier
1/6th: American Bulldog
Quick Overview of Olde English Bulldogge
|Breed Name||Olde English Bulldogge|
|Height, Male/Female||17-20 inch/16-19 inch|
|Weight, Male/Female||60-80 lbs/50-70 lbs|
|Temperament||Friendly, fewer health issues,|
|Coat color||Brindle, red, fawn, or black; either solid or pied: white, fawn, red, black|
|Features||Excessive wrinkles, lack of pigment around eyes, nose, or mouth|
|Exercise a minimum of||1 Hour|
The circumference of the Dog’s head is at least adequate to the Dog’s withers height.
And the cheeks are large and well developed with powerful jaw muscles.
A slightly wrinkled forehead and the skull are large with a muscular body and shoulders.
The eyes are medium-sized and almond-shaped. It’s small to medium-sized ears.
The neck’s length is medium, wide, and slightly arched.
And the legs are wide, coming straight from the shoulders.
The tail is carried down, and horizontal or high. The coat is short and close, with a medium density.
The Olde English Bulldogge is a medium-sized dog breed with great strength, stability, and a muscular physique; this dog breed is athletic.
The male average height is around 17-20 inches, while the female average height is 16-19 inches.
And the weight for males is 60-80 lbs and for females, it’s 50-70 lbs.
Colors can be brindle, red, fawn, or black; either solid or pied: white, fawn, red, black.
The Olde English Bulldogge is fierce-looking but they’re docile.
These dogs are loyal and protective of their family.
They are bold and friendly.
They’re capable, athletic, fearless, determined, and courageous.
The Olde English Bulldogge is capable enough to adapt to almost any lifestyle.
This Bulldog, unlike other Dogs, aren’t sensitive.
But they ought to be protected against extreme cold or heat.
It is good for this Dog breed to socialize with other dogs and other people from a young age.
They like to socialize with other dogs and folks.
With good socialization at an early age, you’ll avoid Dog aggression.
This breed needs daily exercise. Around an hour of exercise would be fine for this dog.
Moderate exercise would be fine, they’re going to be pleased with this.
They could relatively stay in good shape with good muscular tonus with light exercise.
Exercise is the best way to channel high energy.
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