Pups by Lily and Gunny arrived March 18th. Three blue tri females are available. Violet bred to Donne due April 25th.
Accepting deposits on all available pups.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of Olde South Bulldogges is to produce genetically healthier Olde English Bulldogge puppies. We take a bold approach to breeding Bullies. Foundation dogs in our program are selected first and foremost for health, temperament, Thick Bone, Wide Chest, Big Blocky Heads, Solid Structure, and Extreme Bully looks. In partnership with Heavy Hitters Bulldogs, Dogface Kennels, and Best West Bulldogs we have put together an innovative family of top-producing Oldies.
Olde South Bulldogges has a reputation for breeding healthy, well-adjusted puppies that have documented blood lines with five generation pedigrees. Every dog at Olde South can be traced back to the top foundation dogs in the world. We will answer any questions about a pup’s pedigree or our health guarantee before you buy. We build client relationships with each puppy sale and provide you, the consumer, with the documentation and guidance that will help you care for your puppy.
Why Choose an Olde English Bulldogge?
Owning one of our Olde English Bulldogge puppies is an opportunity to maintain the integrity of this amazing breed. Our puppies go on to live with people of all walks of life including single adults, couples, families with children, military families, active retirees and the elderly.
Olde English Bulldogges give families companionship and lots of entertainment. More trainable and athletic than modern English Bulldogs, they make great companions and their looks can scare off home intruders. OEB’s are competitive show dogs and provide love and loyalty to all members of the family. All of the bulldogges we produce are able to go jogging, hiking, boating, camping, and to the beach. Our Olde English Bulldoge puppies like to lay around the house and watch TV, sleep in the human bed, and will happily entertain you all day long. You will never regret the decision to bring the original bulldogge into your home.
Visit Our Bulldogges
We welcome visitors to view our puppies and meet the adult dogs. You can visit our facility by appointment. We can also send photos and video on request of any available puppy. Folks are welcome to place a deposit on any puppy to hold that puppy until their release day. We will provide no more than three photos/video to the owner while awaiting the puppy’s release day by request only. We are not able to take weekly photos or video as we are always assisting many families at one time and often caring for multiple puppies of various ages.
We do not do any outside breeding. We are willing to sell female puppies with breeding rights to stud owners. Offers of breeding to outside stud dogs from private owners will be denied.
All puppies receive a health record that lists all vaccines, deworming, and medications administered to the animal. Pet dealers are not required in SC to provide an official USDA CVI. A certificate of veterinary inspection is not provided in transactions and sales/ transactions are bound by the laws of SC only.
View our latest litter born on 3/18/18
Training for puppy for your first 8 weeks home Olde English bulldogs are affectionate, friendly, courageous and intelligent. These traits, combined with a bulldog’s distinctively lovable face, make the bulldog a wonderful addition to any household. However, there is one trait that bulldogs also tend to exhibit — bullheadedness. They can be incredibly stubborn, which makes training […]Read More
Lilac, lilac tri, blue, blue tri, chocolate, and chocolate tri are all considered to be rare bulldog colors and presently the highest priced Olde English Bulldogge puppies on the market. Breeders that can produce these colors consistently have a good understanding of color inheritance patterns and the application of genetic principals. At Olde South Bulldogges we […]Read More
Health Problems caused by coat color inheritance patterns in Olde English Bulldogges. Robyn Comeau Most white spotting on dogs is determined by the genes on the S locus. When we use the term “white spotting” we simply mean white areas on the dog, not actually white spots. White spotting can occur on any color. So any dog can […]Read More