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    Default English bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    (i have no idea where to post this but o well hopefully someone can help me)

    Ok so about almost a year ago a friend of mine gave me his 3 1/-2 year old male now hes 4 English bulldog because he was leaving out of the US and wasn't able to take him so i would never let him take Kane to the shelter cuz i kinda felt he was mine also,i live next door to "KANE(white and brown)" so he knows me really well and knows My Male English bulldog Zeus also (best friends lol) so the point is that KANE is ginourmous in body size he is not tall or anything like that but hes big as u can see compared to Zues, So the point is that me and my brother always have this discussion that goes on for hours he says "KANE" is a Olde and i say Hes a English? Can i get some opinions?


    This is KANE..



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    Default Re: Eglish bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    Easy answer -

    BULLDOG ! I know there is a difference between Olde English and English, as there is with American and English. but I'm not expert. so I'm trying to relieve the stress between you and your brothers argument (you can get a DNA test done, to know 'for sure', they really arent expensive either)

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    Default Re: Eglish bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    He looks like an English Bulldog to me!!
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    Default Re: Eglish bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    Quote Originally Posted by RaRett View Post
    Easy answer -

    BULLDOG ! I know there is a difference between Olde English and English, as there is with American and English. but I'm not expert. so I'm trying to relieve the stress between you and your brothers argument (you can get a DNA test done, to know 'for sure', they really arent expensive either)

    I New it!! but Kane is just a BEAST MAN! like look at him!! lol hes humongous like no lie hes a lil bit longer than Zues by a tiny bit but still same height, but kane body structure is just awesome i always have people asking me if hes up for STUD SERVICE but since i wasn't so sure that he was a English or Olde english i would say no lol ..

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    Default Re: Eglish bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    I bet @Alice Kable can help here!

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    In the photo you have provided I would say Kane is not Olde, but if I could see a side profile view and standing view I could be certain.

    It is possible that he has both types of bloodlines. If he is Olde, he has an enormous amount of face and head wrinkles! He actually resembles the lines from the bulldogs in other countries.

    I would think @ABEBD has a good answer here.


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    Default Re: English bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    I say 100% English Bulldog. I've seen Olde English and he looks NOTHING like that. My Vegas is 100% English bulldog and he looks different than the typical standard EB. Here is a picture of my baby.


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    Default Re: English bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    I would say English only because of that head and face. I thought that OEB had a little longer snout and less wrinkles as well as longer legs, thinner body. I could be wrong but I don't think so. My mom has an OEB and he is much taller and thinner than the English with a less squishy face.

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    Default Re: English bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

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    Default Re: English bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    Kane could be either an OEB or EB. Google OEBs and look at the website that has pictures. Some of them look just like EBs, same wrinkly face and stature and others look like American Bulldogs with regular dog tails.

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    Default Re: English bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    Hello,

    ENGLISH Bulldog for sure.

    Don't let his body size fool you. The BCA standards list the "normal" weight "Size -- The size for mature dogs is about 50 pounds; for mature bitches about 40 pounds." (http://thebca.org/ilstd.html)

    While this is the "normal" range for Bullies, the European version is about 20% bigger. With so many more Bullies being imported into the US for breeding programs, there are many bigger size bullies.

    I have a male imported from S.Africa. His bloodlines are a very big body bloodline. In his younger days he was at 90-95 lbs. He is almost 6 years old now and I have down to around 85 lbs now.

    Yes, your KANE is a EBD.

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    Default Re: English bulldog OR olde English bulldog??

    Hello,
    Here is my S.Africa dog named DOZER as in Bulldozer:
    Almost 6 yo, still at 85 lbs.

    Not fat, just big!

    -dozer-aug-12-jpg

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