What does F1 mean in Olde English Bulldogge?

What does F1 mean in Olde English Bulldogge?

That’s how the breeder classified him. As 50/50 English/Old English I believe the term is “Olde English Bulldogge” the F1 means that he is not the offspring of two 50/50 English/Old English dogs.

What is the rarest Old English Bulldog?

The rarest English bulldog color is Merle. They come in blue tri, black tri, and chocolate tri varieties. The famous Merle color is a mostly white body with grey speckles and spots, in addition to these variations.

What are Olde English Bulldogges worth?

Although it has grown in popularity a little in recent years, the Olde English Bulldogge remains a rare breed and it has the costs to reflect that rarity. You should expect to pay at least $2,000 for a good example of the breed, although they can cost as much as $4,000.

What did the Olde English Bulldogge look like?

Olde English Bulldogges are sturdy, muscular and big-boned — yet, somewhat nimble and athletic. Their powerful, bulky heads have broad muzzles and furrowed brows. Their ears can be perky or hanging. They have thick, powerful necks and stocky legs — creating a somewhat “cobby” body.

What does F3 mean old English bulldog?

An F3 or higher-generation hybrid dog crossed with an F3 or higher-generation hybrid dog. This is a more generic nomenclature and is mostly expressed using the generation of each parent, such as F4 Labradoodle x F2 Cockapoo.

Are Olde English Bulldog AKC registered?

The Olde English Bulldogge was so named to differentiate it from the modern English Bulldog and is not currently recognized as a breed by the AKC. However, the breed is recognized by the IOEBA (the International Olde English Bulldogge Association).

Is a Victorian Bulldog the same as an Olde English Bulldogge?

Victorian Bulldogs are probably better. They’re basically the same dog, but with fewer health problems and a longer lifespan.