One Of The Best Bulldog Breed Is The

Olde English Bulldogge

In January 2014, the United Kennel Club (Club) recognized a dog breed named the Olde English Bulldogge.

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, in the 1970s, dog breeder David Leavitt wanted to recreate the breed with the identical look, health, and athleticism of the 18th century bulldog.

Which was originally for bull baiting sports from 1100-1835, but with a less aggressive temperament.

But before UKC registered the breed, a privately held company, the Canine Developmental, Health and Performance Registry (CDHPR), registered the breed five years earlier.

CDHPR and UKC began working together in early 2000 under a singular agreement to develop breeding plans and efforts to create improved purebreds.

That is why UKC is eligible for registration. This breed is registered within the UKC.

The 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.