David Leavitt started breeding a dog in 1971 based on the appearance of the 18th century English bulldog. His goal was to create a breed that had the appearance of the original dog, but not its aggressive tendencies. Dogs whose bloodlines can be traced back to Mr. Leavitt have been coined the Olde English Bulldogge. Today, there have been several generations of the Olde English Bulldogge and a parent breed club has been formed, called the Old English Bulldogge Kennel Club (OEBKC). There are steps in place to make this breed a formally recognized one.
To find breeders in your area, contact the OEBKC in order to find a breeder near you. Go to www.oebkc.us.
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