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Olde English Bulldogge
Breed origin: United States
AKC recognized: No
Weight: males 60 to 80 lbs;
females 45 to 70 lbs
Size: Height: males 17 to 20 inches;
females 15 to 19 inches
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Gray, black, red, brindle, white with brindle spots, fawn, red with white, or black with white.
10 to 15 years.
The Olde English Bulldogge is confident, courageous, alert, friendly, and loving. They are extremely strong, and require early and consistent socialization and obedience training. They are generally good with children, especially if raised with them, but supervision around children is important because of their size and strength. Compared to the Bulldog, the Olde English Bulldogge is taller, heavier, and has much fewer health problems. For example, most of them can breathe fine and do not need to be kept in an air-conditioned room on hot days, and most bitches are able to whelp naturally without the need for caesarean sections.
Good with children?
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Good with other dogs?
OK in apartments?
Yes, if given enough exercise.
Suitable canine sports/activities:
weight pulling, therapy
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Other websites for additional information:
Olde English Bulldogge Kennel Club
Wikipedia breed information page