We will be using the following IOEBA registered breeds for the base of this club. If you are either an owner or admirer of one of the following breeds, please contact us, this club may be something that will interest you!
2 new breeds have been recognized by the IOEBA. We are pleased to announce that French Bulldogs and the American Bully are both eligible for Registration and participation in IOEBA sanctioned events.
Olde English Bulldogge
The OEB is the reconstruction of the original bulldog of the 17th & 18th centuries. The goal of all OEB breeders should be to produce genetically healthier bulldogs that are free breathers, free breeders and free whelpers.
The OBB is the original Boston Bulldog from with the Boston Terrier derived from. The Olde Boston Bulldogge and the Boston Terrier are two seperate breeds. Males are free breeders and females are free whelpers.
In the 19th century, crosses between the bulldog and terrier breeds resulted in the early foundations of the APBT. Today the APBT continues to display it's typical breed charactaristic of versatility, athleticism, courage and loyalty.
PSI's Bullseye Owned by PSI American Bulldogs
The American Bulldog originated as a catchdog (mostly cattle) and property protection bulldog, in America’s Southeast. The American Bulldog should generate the impression of great strength, agility, endurance and exhibit a well-knit, sturdy, compact frame.
Valley Bulldog The Valley Bulldog is thought to have originated in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada thus giving it the name "Valley Bulldog". The genetic origin and foundation of the Valley Bulldog was established on and incorporated the Bulldog and the Boxer.
The Valley Bulldog is thought to have originated in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada thus giving it the name "Valley Bulldog". The genetic origin and foundation of the Valley Bulldog was established on and incorporated the Bulldog and the Boxer.
Created by Todd Tripp of Southeast Ohio in the late 1990's. His vision was to re-create the Brabanter Bullenbeisser of the 1700's in central Belgium province known as Brabant. His foundation consisted of dogs that were Boxer and of a working bull breed, ie. APBT, Staff, AmStaff, American Bulldog. Being very selective in choosing dogs to be in his foundation, and by using selective breeding to reach the final goal.
Big Mac owned by Sabrina at Texas Windstorm
English Bulldog The Bulldog was bred in the early 13th Century for bull baiting. When animal baiting contests were outlawed in England in 1835, Bulldogs in England were crossed with the Pug to create a stocky, docile, family pet- with heavy wrinkling and a short nose, known today as the English Bulldog.
The Bulldog was bred in the early 13th Century for bull baiting. When animal baiting contests were outlawed in England in 1835, Bulldogs in England were crossed with the Pug to create a stocky, docile, family pet- with heavy wrinkling and a short nose, known today as the English Bulldog.
The origin of the Alapaha Blue Blood dates to the 1800s. Developed in the Alapaha River region of southern Georgia by PaPa Buck Lane, the breed was initially used as a plantation watchdog and cattle dog. Like the American Bulldog, the Alapaha is a descendent of the original Bulldogs that came to the U.S. from England in the 1700s.
The English Bantam Bulldogge is a multi-generational small bulldog breed developed in the 1970's by the longtime recognized bulldog breeder Mr. V. Heath of Minnesota. The English Bantam Bulldogge has been carefully, thoughtfully and selectively bred thru years of dedication and stringent breeding practices to develop and set the breed's type while maintaining it's smaller physique.
The American Bully began it's development in the 1980's by a group of devoted breeders looking to crate the ultimate family companion. This bulldog is designed with the emphasis on a loyal, steadfast and stable temperament, while enhancing desired physical characteristics.
The french bulldog is believed to have originated in France or possably Spain. It was devoloped as a companion and show dog. Today it is still a dog bred true to it's original purpose.