The Olde English Bulldogge Kennel Club (OEBKC) is the national breed club for the Olde English Bulldogge. The mission of the OEBKC is first and foremost to assist its breeder organization in continually improving the breed through disciplined breeding programs that emphasize health, temperament, athleticism, and consistent conformation within the Olde English Bulldogge breed standard. The OEBKC was established in 2001 by several breeders and fanciers of the Olde English Bulldogge. It was established in an effort to meet the growing needs of the breed, the owners, and the breeders of the Olde English Bulldogge. The American Rare Breed Association (ARBA.org) quickly adopted the OEBKC as the National Breed Club of the Olde English Bulldogge, and continues to recognize it as such today. In 2005, David Leavitt merged the OEBA (Olde English Bulldogge Association) Registry with that of the OEBKC, and declared the OEBKC to be the official registry of the true Olde English Bulldogge. The OEBKC currently maintains a registry database of over 625 dogs that are traceable back to the original Leavitt foundation stock
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 English 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.
the UKC is one of the largest and oldest breed registry organizations. They register multiple breeds and include the Olde English Bulldogge in their programs.