Olde English Bulldogge

Welcome to Rokcrusher Bulldogges!  We breed a high quality Olde English Bulldogge and have been doing so since 2007 and we love our furbabies!


Rokcrusher's Beatrice - Olde English Bulldogge puppy

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Marilyn says she’s driving home from the vet since they told her she’s going to be a mommy again 😊. 7 puppies minimum.

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Marilyn goes in for her ultrasound tomorrow at 3:00. Wish us luck!!

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My friend Tracy makes these gorgeous boutique style dog beds. Check them out!

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Breed Standard for Olde English Bulldogge

General Description :  The ideal Olde English Bulldogge is a loyal, courageous dog of medium size with a large powerful head and stout muscular body.

An Olde English Bulldogge is athletic and most importantly of very good health, males are free breeders and females are free whelpers.

The Olde English Bulldogge is devoid of all breathing issues and is capable of enjoying outdoor activity without concern except in extreme heat or cold.

The temperament is very stable and trustworthy making them a loyal companion, capable protector and the ultimate family member.

An Olde English Bulldogge thrives on pleasing their owners and are very trainable.

Their lifespan is between 10 and 14 years.

Head : An Olde English Bulldogge should have a large and high, moderately sunken between the eyes (medial furrow).
The circumference of the head should be equal to or greater than the dog’s height at the shoulder.  A narrow head or one that appears too small for the body is a fault.

Ears :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have rose ears set well on the sides of the head are preferred.  Dropped ears are acceptable as long they are small, not “hound like”.  Full pricked ears that stand up on top of the head should be considered a serious fault.

Muzzle :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have broad, deep and short with moderate wrinkling. The bite is undershot with the bottom jaw turning up noticeably.  Lower canines should not protrude.  Muzzle too long (more than 3 inches), scissor bite or even bite are disqualifying faults.  Muzzle should be no shorter than 1 ½”.  Wry jaw is a disqualifying fault.

Eyes :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have  eyes that are wide apart and of moderate size.  Any color is acceptable. However, odd eyes (one dark, one blue or light) should be considered non preferred.  Misshapen or bugged eyes are a serious fault.  Lacking pigment around the eyes is undesirable.  Crossed eyes or non-symmetrically shaped eyes are a disqualifying fault.

Nose :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have a broad with open nostrils (nares) with no sign of air restriction.  The nose should not be pushed up between the eyes. From the stop to the end of the nose must be at least one and one half inches.   The nose should be a solid color. Lacking pigment is a serious fault. A nose lacking all pigment is a disqualifying fault.

Neck :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have  a short to medium in length and very muscular flowing into the shoulders and should not be set on the dog so it appears to stop at the shoulders.

Chest :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have ribs should be well sprung (rounded) and the chest wide and deep.
Depth of chest should be at least to the elbows.
A hollow or narrow chest (slab sided) should be considered a serious fault.
Back :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have males that appear square and balanced.  Females should appear similar with consideration given for body length.    Short with a very slight rise from the shoulders to a slight drop in the croup is preferred. A level back is acceptable as long as the tail does not come straight off the top of the back.   

Shoulders :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have shoulders should be well laid back with significant angulations to allow for good movement. Straight shoulders are a fault.

Legs :  An Olde English Bulldogge should have forelegs should be straight and wide apart, neither bowing out nor turning in.  There should be significant bone substance.  Elbows should be relatively close to the body.  Lacking bone and substance is very undesirable.  Elbows that are loose or “fiddle fronts” are a disqualifying fault. “East / West” forelegs are a serious fault.

Rear legs should exhibit significant bend of stifle so to allow for good movement.
They should be well muscled.  Straight or “posty” rear legs are a serious fault.
Cow hocks are a disqualifying fault.

Movement :  Dogs should have a balanced gait that drives off the rear and is complimented by reach allowing the dog to cover ground with a sense of power.  Dogs should single track. Pacing or crabbing is a serious fault.

Feet :  Round, tight both front and rear, and the pasterns should be strong.
Weak  pasterns and/or splayed feet are disqualifying faults.

Height :  Males – 18 to 20 inches at the shoulder.  Females – 17 to 19 inches at the shoulder.

Weight :  Between 50 to 70 lbs. for females and 65 to 85 lbs. for males.  Although height and weight above the standard is to be discouraged, there is no penalty as
long as the dog is well proportioned, otherwise correct and balanced.

Color :  Any color are acceptable with no preference for one over another.  The coat is short.  A wavy coat or a long coat is a disqualifying fault.  There should be no signs of feathering on the legs or neck area, also a disqualifying fault.

Tail :  A pump handle tail that naturally reaches the hock is preferred, screwed short
or a docked tails are acceptable.  The pump handle tail should be carried low and not over the back of the dog.

Temperament :  Disposition should be outgoing and happy.  While a watchful nature may be expected at home, human aggression without provocation is a disqualifying fault.

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