Olde English Bulldogge.

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  1. PWCorgi

    PWCorgi Priscilla Winifred Corgi

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    I've been looking for information and reading a lot of sites about this breed since I first heard of them, but I haven't found that much information so I thought I'd see if anybody here has any information/experience with them.

    I know there was a member here who had one...

    TIA :)
     
  2. BostonBull

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    I have one. A 5 year old Male. he is AWESOME!! Very driven, great with people, kids and other pets, and VERY protective of the house/property. I bred him to another OEB 3 years ago. Free breeding/whelping we had 10 pups.

    Go to WorldBulldoggealliance.com for more info. It is where my boy is registered.
     
  3. PWCorgi

    PWCorgi Priscilla Winifred Corgi

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    Thanks Boston!
    I'll definitally be taking a look at that sight! :)
     
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    There are very different lines with very different temperments, depending on what the particular kennel is using in their lines as outcrosses. Some are bred for functionality and are incredibly dirven and protective. Others are "mushier" often backyard bred to be nothing more than pets. Research carefully.
     
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    Miakoda New Member

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    I agree. The standard is so loose and open to interpretation with these dogs at current time. The IOEBA is trying to reign it in.

    Here's ours, Chipper. He came from an owner/breeder whose family uses the dogs as all around utility dogs on the farm.


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    OMG..........I love that last pic of him Mia! He looks so gosh darn proud of his muddy face! Hahahahahahahha
     
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    PWCorgi Priscilla Winifred Corgi

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    Thank OC and Mia :)

    I totally agree! :p

    Mia, what's his energy level like?
     

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