The original Olde English Bulldogge originated in England between 1600 and 1700. These were the early ancestors to many of the Bull breeds that exist today including the English Bulldog and the American Bulldog. The foundation of most of today’s Olde English Bulldogges can be traced to English Bulldog, American Bulldog, APBT and Mastiff. The result of selective breeding results in a good looking Bulldogge of great athletic ability.
The modern Olde English Bulldogge, is a reconstruction of the original Olde Bulldogge of the 17th and 18th century. It was mostly developed by David Leavitt after many years of research and highly selective line-breeding. Very few were personally selected by David to continue his breeding program. We are proud of our wonderful Bulldogge breed and hope that others like you, will be too.
The Olde Bulldogge has received favorable press and enjoyed great success at dog shows. This had led unscrupulous breeders to copy our dogs and use our breed name. We regret the confusions they are causing. We urge you to buy only from a reputable and truthful breeder. The Olde English Bulldogge Association (OEBA) is the registry created by breeder founder, David Leavitt. It is still run by Mr. Leavitt, and registers dogs from his original line.
The International Olde English Bulldogge Association (IOEBA) is the world’s largest and most recognized registry for Olde English Bulldogges and several other Bull Breeds and has been dedicated to the preservation, continuation and improvement of these breeds since 1995.
A non-discriminatory registry dedicated to representing all bloodlines of Olde Bulldogges that exist today as well as several other rare breeds. Because of our non-discriminatory stance, the IOEBA is rapidly become the largest and most popular Olde English Bulldogge registry in the world.
This premier registry is commonly known as the peoples registry. It was built with trust in truth and belief in integrity with a strong moral and ethical stance and is devoted to upholding a great standard of professionalism within the organization.
Our breeding goals are to produce a dog with structural integrity, genetic soundness, good temperament, excellent conformation and working drive. All of our puppies are home-raised and well socialized. We only select the top of the line for breeding, to produce this exceptional dog. We want good homes for our puppies and will not sell to everyone who can afford a dog. Each and every one of our puppies is valued beyond the currency they bring.
- Docile but capable and protective dog
- Fearless and athletic
- Fierce looking – determined and courageous
- Bold and friendly around its family and friends
- Structural Integrity
- Genetic Soundness
- Good Temperament
- Excellent Conformation
- Working Drive
- Show Stopping Looks
Gallery of some of the best examples of modern Olde Bulldogges from some of the best breeders today.