English Bulldogs


History of English Bulldogs

​The Bulldog, to the best of our knowledge, had its origin in the British Isles. The name "bull" was applied because of the dog's use in the sport of bull baiting, which was extremely cruel. The original Bulldog had to be very ferocious, savage, and courageous as to be almost insensitive to pain.

In 1835, dog fighting as a sport became illegal in England. Therefore, the English Bulldog had outlived their usefulness with numbered days. However, there were dog lovers who felt deep disappointment at the passing of the breed, and set themselves the task of preserving it.

They proceeded to eliminate the undesirable fierce characteristics, to preserve and accentuate their finer qualities. Within a few generations, the English Bulldog became one of the finest physical breeds, minus its original viciousness.

We may be justly proud of the Bulldog we know today, and we must express our gratitude to our British cousins, who realized the value of the English Bull sufficiently to preserve him for posterity!

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