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"Olde English Bulldogges" The Olde English Bulldogge originated in England between 1600 and 1700. These were the early ancestors to many of the Bull breeds that exist today including the English Bulldog and the American Bulldog. They were bred to participate in blood sports like bull baiting. This so called sport, became quite popular in England through out the middle of the 18th Century. Bull baiting primarily consisted of staking out a bull and allowing several Bulldogges to attack it. A dog of great courage and agility was needed for bull baiting. This dog was of medium size; larger dogs were considered to be the result of mastiff crosses. Around 1835, laws were passed in England prohibiting bull baiting and the Olde English Bulldogge's main purpose of existence vanished. Within a decade the numbers of bulldogs declined drastically almost to extinction. Dog show fanciers eventually decided to reconstruct the breed, but wanted to tone down the aggressive temperament of the original Olde English Bulldogge. They crossed the remnants of the existing stock with the pug and over the years that followed they developed the modern AKC English Bulldog. Unfortunately though, this modern dog is wrought with all kinds of genetic health problems. The modern Olde English Bulldogge is a reconstruction of the original Olde Bulldogge of the 17th and 18th century. Various genetic crosses have been used in carefully and thoughtfully planned breeding programs to obtain this goal. The foundation of most of today's Olde English Bulldogges can be traced to English Bulldog, American Bulldog and Mastiff. These dogs were used very selectively in various combinations to obtain the desired physical and mental traits of the original Olde English Bulldogge. The result has been a good looking Bulldogge of great athletic ability that is much healthier and physically fit without most or all of the problems that plague today's modern English Bulldogs. The goal of all Olde English Bulldogge breeders should be to produce genetically healthier Bulldogges that are free breathers, free breeders, and free whelpers. The IOEBA's detailed breed standard is the best guide as to what the perfect Olde English Bulldogge should look like according to the International Olde English Bulldogge Association. It is recommended that it be used by today's Olde breeders in an effort to maintain the high standards that the breeders of the past and the IOEBA have set fourth.

In the first ZeoFlick it is our dog "Dozer" he is a Olde English Bulldogge In the second ZeoFlick it is our Boxers "Thor" & "Circie"-Thor-is the one that is Dark Red Brindle & -Circie-is the one that is the Reversed Brindle.

"Valley Bulldogs" The Valley Bulldog is an extremely rare breed. The Valley Bulldog is thought to have originated in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada thus giving it the name "Valley Bulldog". For the most part the development of the Valley Bulldog can be traced back to the mid 1900's although it is entirely possible to have existed much longer, research is still pending. Research has discovered that several of today's breeders are said to have produced 10 to 15 generations of pure Valley Bulldogs in their breeding programs. The genetic origin and foundation of the Valley Bulldog was established on and incorporated the Bulldog and the Boxer. These two breeds were used because of the Boxer's athletic ability and exceptional temperament and the Bulldog's courageous and unwavering spirit. Over the years type has been set and the Valley Bulldog is now a purebred in both form and type. The Valley Bulldog was developed as a durable, athletic, working utility dog that was used primarily for farm and ranch work. Valley Bulldogs were used to work cattle and other unruly livestock as well as protect and guard the farm or ranch and its occupants from natural predators. All of these needs and others have lent to the development of this courageous and durable breed. It should be remembered that the Valley Bulldog of today is truly a working breed.
*About Dogs*
We are a small family that lives on Buffalo Creek in Carter County Kentucky. We are in the process of raising "Olde English Bulldogges". These dogs are the recreated true Olde English Bulldogges of old. They have less breathing problems/Healthier/They can run & play & swim. They look alot like the English Bulldogs, But have alot less problems. We are also in the process of raising "Valley Bulldogs". These are third generation English Bulldogs/Boxer cross. You can read about these dogs on our front page or from the Ioeba. They are a beautiful breed which is gaining much popularity. Our "Olde English Bulldogges" & "Valley Bulldogs" will be reg. through the IOEBA. The international Olde English Bulldogge Assoc. We also raise "AKC REG. Boxers" They are a beautiful stocky breed,very musculer,are bred more to the German standard of Boxer...More of a working Boxer.
*About Family*
We are a small family of private breeders of "Olde's","Valley's",and "Boxers". Our goal is to improve on all these breeds of dogs and have the healthiest dogs possible. We have had the Bully breeds for over 15 Years. As we think a boxer counts as one of the bully breeds of dogs, But we are just getting started with the "Olde's" & the "Valley's". We think these are WONDERFUL dogs & will make Terrific pets. They are very loveable,playful,and very very musculer & Entergetic. Take heat alot better than there cousin the "AKC. English Bulldog". We are glad that you have come to visit our page. We hope you come back and look for updates & puppy info.*THANKS* & May god bless yall.

"Whoever said you can't buy happiness forgot about Bulldogs"
"Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole."
You can reach us at... Phone:(606-475-1109) Address:Grayson,Ky Or Email: ( ( (
"A piece of grass a day keeps the vet away"
RainBow Bridge There is a bridge connecting Heaven and Earth. It is called the Rainbow Bridge because of its many colors. Just this side of the Rainbow Bridge there is a land of meadows, hills and valleys with lush green grass. When a beloved pet dies, the pet goes to this place. There is always food and water and warm spring weather. The old and frail become young again. Those whom are maimed are made whole again. They play all day with each other. There is only one thing missing. They are not with their special person who loved them on earth. Each day they run and play until the day comes when one suddenly stops playing and looks up! The nose twitches! The ears are up! The eyes are staring! Suddenly one runs from the group! You have been seen, and when you and your special friend meet you take him or her in your arms and embrace. Your face is kissed again and again, and you look once more into the eyes of your trusting pet. Then you cross the Rainbow Bridge together, Never again to be separated.
"My Wish For You....From a Dog"
You feed me when I'm hungry, you keep water in my dish, You let me sleep on anything or anyplace I wish. You sometimes let me lick your hands, or even lick your face, Despite the fact I've licked myself in every private place. You taught me how to come when called, you taught me how to sit, You always let me go outside, and never threw a fit. I've been with you through oh, so much, through laughter and through tears, I hope you live to be a hundred...... that's 700 in doggy years.
A PUPPY PRAYER By Unknown Author
Now I lay me down to sleep, The king-size bed is soft and deep.. I sleep right in the center groove My human being can hardly move! I've trapped her legs, she's tucked in tight And here is where I pass the night No one disturbs me or dares intrude Till morning comes and "I want food!" I sneak up slowly to begin my nibbles on my human's chin. She wakes up quickly, I have sharp teeth- I'm a puppy, don't you see? For the morning's here and it's time to play I always seem to get my way. So thank you Lord for giving me This human person that I see. The one who hugs and holds me tight And shares her bed with me at night!
Why do we love our bullydogs so? It seems very strange to so many, you know. They maze at the wrinkled up face that seems "smashed." They whiff doggie odors and gas that's been passed. If some folks were honest, they'd shout out: "Alas! You're telling me truly, for this you paid cash?!" Why do we love our bullydogs so? Some call us weird and deranged "so-and-so's." With stark frozen fear, they gaze at the teeth, the massive broad shoulders and little fat feet. They gasp at the sight of the jowls and then shriek: "Someone please save me! Just throw him some meat!" Why do we love our bullydogs so? They say we're obsessive fanatics, you know. An accurate statement, but "Foul !" I protest. You don't understand why a bulldog's the best! It's hard to explain; to that I'll confess. But sit down and listen, to what I profess. Why do we love our bullydogs so? And why does our love continue to grow? I can't speak for all, but I'll say what I know. To me it is simple, and easy to show: From the short stumpy tail to the wrinkled-up nose,they're sensitive children, just dressed in dog's clothes.
"Those who sleep with dogs will rise with fleas."
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