Olde English Bulldogges of the highest quality and the home of the Rocky Mountain Bulldog
All of our mamas were carefully selected for health and temperament. Our goal to to widen the gene pool to keep the health of the Olde English Bulldogge solid and free from all genetic health issues that currently effect the AKC English Bulldog. When we select a momma for our program we do so with genetic diversity as our goal. Carefully selecting a wide range of desirable traits such as health, size, bone structure, bulliness and most importantly TEMPERAMENT, which isn't necessarily all inherited. The tempermant is strongly influenced by how the mother raises the litter and most inportantly the period between 4 and 8 weeks when the mother teaches the pups how to act and interact with their littermates. This period determines how the dog will be or act with other dogs. The second phase of critical socalization occurs between 8 and 12 weeks when it's our job as caretakers to introduce the puppy to everything, I mean everything, all situations, scary things, loud noises, cars/trucks, umbrellas, men with beards etc. If this second phase of socialization isn't done properly, there could be some problems. An under socialized dog could be scared of noises, people etc. In bad cases of under socialization the dog will resemble an abused dog, cowering and hiding in corners, terrified of people and so on. So as puppy owners it is our duty to properly socialize our dogs so they can live life to their fullest potential.