This is a one of a kind coat from an original pattern I drafted especially to fit English Bulldogs. It is a size LARGE, and fits the average adult English Bulldog. My coats can be ordered in Extra Large for the larger boy or, shall we say, Big Boned Girl. I currently have other coats listed on Etsy in EXTRA LARGE bulldog size. Our model, Meatball, is three years old and and average sized bulldog. You can see this size fits him perfectly, although it can be adjusted about 2 inches larger both in chest and under the belly, by fastening the velcro in the second position provided.
Olde English Bulldogs are incredibly responsive to commands and are eager to please their owners and family members. These dogs might seem tough on the outside but are generally gentle and sweet dogs. These muscular dog breeds have an athletic and nimble build with a powerful and bulky head. Like other Bulldog breeds, Olde English Bulldogs are short with stocky legs. They have coarse white coats that come with patches in a variety of colors ranging from fawn, black, red, and grey.
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It is like comparing a 300-pound inactive human with to a 200-pound human who is a runner. It is very difficult to tell the difference between these puppies and their Bulldog cousins. Their dad is an English Bulldog and mom is an Old English Bulldog (American Bulldog/ English Bulldog). They are seven-eighths English Bulldog and are really beautiful. They are what Bulldogs looked like a hundred years ago.These bulldogs typically have coats that are solid white, red, brindle, or fawn. Their coats shed an average amount and are they are easy to groom. Temperamentally, the dogs are easy-going and great for families. Loyal to their breed, they are excellent guard dogs as well. Because they are more athletic than their cousins, they’ll need regular exercise, although a small yard will do. They tend to do best in moderate climates as they are easily chilled and have a difficult time cooling down in hot weather.HOW VICTORIAN BULLDOGS GOT STARTEDThe Victorian Bulldog is a result of dedicated “recreation breeding,” in which a breeder “resurrects” a lost breed by selecting modern breeds that most embody the original. In in 1985, breeder undertook the challenge of recreating a breed that was similar to, but different from, the more modern . He carefully selected fine specimens of English Bulldogs, Bull Terriers, Bullmastiffs, and Staffordshire Bull Terriers to try to create a dog that evoked an earlier breed that had the more athletic build, longer muzzle and legs, and smaller heads of the dogs he had seen in photos and portraits of the early 19th century.Using old photos, etching and artwork, Mollett slowly recreated the Victorian Bulldog to embody the characteristics he wanted. He only used dogs that were registered with the Kennel Club of Great Britain to keep the lines as pure as possible. What he eventually produced has become a much loved, though rare, line of dogs that many bulldog owners prefer for their athleticism.Generally loud breathers, English bulldogs tend to snore and wheeze. Many drool as well. They are moderate shedders and their short coats require little grooming. However, the wrinkles on the face should be wiped regularly to prevent skin infections.