The 10 Most Famous Bulldogs In History

As per the most recent American Kennel Club registration report, the bulldog is the fourth most popular dog breed in the United States.

Favored by families with children as well as older adults and singles, there have been many famous bulldogs in history.

Here we will describe the 10 most famous bulldogs in history.



Tillman was an English bulldog. he was one of the most famous bulldogs in history, He was famous for skateboarding, and he holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest 100-meter skateboard by a dog.

Tillman was featured on the TV show, Greatest American Dog, and he rode the Natural Balance float in the Rose Parade in 2009.

2nd of June, 2005

On October 27, 2015, he died.

The English bulldog breed

Another Name: Pot Roast

Sex: Male

Old Boy

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One of the American presidents from the Republican party, William G., used to have an English bulldog during his time in the White House Old Boy, and that is how they became one of the most famous bulldogs in history.

William G was a pet lover and he owned other pets as well, like Laddie Boy the Airedale Terrier, and Pete the squirrel.



Uga’s journey begins in 1956 when Frank Heard gave an English bulldog to Seiler as a wedding present.

And Seiler brought that English bulldog to Georgia’s first home game of the season.

After that game, the head coach of the team asked for permission from Seiler to use the English bulldog as the mascot for Georgia.

A few students from the University of Georgia Law School and Billy Young proposed naming the English bulldog Uga, and the Uga has since entered the picture and they became one of the most famous bulldogs in history.

And after that, the Seiler family in Savannah, Georgia, owns every official Uga.

First seen: 1956sp

Origin: The University of Georgia



Meatball was a breed of English bulldog that was owned by film actor Adam Sandler. Meatball was his first bulldog.

The Meatball first appeared in the film Little Nicky in 2000 and became one of the most famous bulldogs in history.

He used to love him a lot. He brought him to his wedding, where he served as ring bearer.

The late Meatball died of a heart attack in 2004, and his funeral was attended by over 100 people.

Died: 2004



Tyson was a breed of bulldog. He was owned by Jim Blauvelt.

According to his owner, Jim Blauvelt, this dog is self-taught.

He first appeared in 2001 in California, Huntington Beach.

He appeared on multiple TV shows, including a few famous ones, like The Oprah Winfrey Show and Rob & Big.

He starred in a few movies as well, like Lord of Dog Town and Undiscovered, and became one of the most famous bulldogs in history.

Born: 2001



Large is of the bulldog breed that was owned by one of the very famous singers and dancers, Michael Jackson.

Michael Jackson was a pet lover who had many pets, including Sasha, Black Girl, Shadow, and Spanky.



I am not sure if there is anyone who does not know about one of the most famous TV shows of the 1940s, Tom and Jerry.

Spike was very famous among cartoon lovers who made their debut on the Tom and Jerry Show and became the lovable bulldog.

Spike used to be known by the name Killer or Butch, and he used to wear a stem and expression along with a huge spiked collar.


Jacques is of the English bulldog breed and was owned by one of the famous Hollywood actors, Brad Pitt. Pitt used to love him a lot.

He always talked about Jacque and said that he was part of our family.

Pitt has been quoted as saying, “I’m a firm believer that bulldog owners are kindred spirits.”

We have very serious conversations about snorts, farts, shit consistency, crusty eyes, crusty noses, puke, and various forms of gas with other Bulldog owners.

Princess Lola

Princess Lola is one of the most famous bulldogs in history and was owned by Jack Osbourne.

Princess Lola has more than 61,900 followers on Instagram. Lola appears on Instagram on a regular basis with different videos and photos.



The well-known American novelist and screenwriter, Truman Capote, who was famous for Cold Blood as well as the novella, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, owned a bulldog named Maggie.

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