When looking at the different breeds of dogs, consider the Olde English Bulldogge.
Olde English Bulldogges are a sturdy, muscular dog. They generally range in weight from 60 – 130 pounds, with heights ranging from 18-25 inches, depending on whether you have a male or female. They have powerful, bulky heads with broad muzzles and furrowed brows, and their ears can be perky or hanging. With thick, powerful necks and stocky legs, their body shape is sometimes referred to as “cobby” body. Olde English Bulldogges have short, coarse coats, and come in a variety of colors ranging from white with patches of red to gray and brindle; or solid colors of fawn, red, black or black & white. However, don’t let their large size and muscles fool you, Olde English Bulldogges may look big and intimidating, but in reality, they are sweet and gentle dogs with eager-to-please attitudes. They are very responsive to commands and exceedingly loyal to their families. Despite their large size, they are nimble and athletic, with impressive strength and stamina. When exercising them, know that they may prefer long walks instead of cross-country runs. The Olde English Bulldogge loves playtime in the backyard or chew-toy games on the carpet. Even with strangers, the Olde English Bulldogge is friendly and outgoing. However, if these dogs sense a threat, they can become aggressive. They are very loyal to their families and make wonderful watch dogs.
Although a large dog, the Olde English Bulldogge are a lovable, loyal breed and will bring joy to their owners.