We are a small family owned kennel in Alabama that takes pride in training, and raising our beautiful family of dogs. We specialize in raising Olde English Bulldogges, Minnie Aussies, and Exotic Bully’s. We love what we do and couldn’t imagine doing anything else. We always put our dogs first, and they are handled on a daily basis. We breed for temperament, athleticism, and structure in our olde English Bulldogges. We breed for temperament, intelligence, and loyalty in our Aussies. And as for our bullys we breed for temperament, bone structure, wide frame, and movement which is what makes them the award winning show dog in their class. We are honored to say that our Olde English Bulldogges are registered IOEBA, Aussies ASDR, and bullys ABKC. Our dogs are our family and they all hold a very special place in our hearts.
Olde English Bulldogges
The Olde English Bulldogge evolved in England between 1600 and 1700. Many of the bull breeds still in existence today, such as the English Bulldog and the American Bulldog, descended from these early canines. They were raised specifically to take part in blood sports like bull baiting. Subsequently, Bull baiting was outlawed in England in 1835, and the Olde English Bulldogges’ sole reason for existing disappeared. The original Olde Bulldogge from the 17th and 18th centuries was reproduced in the contemporary Olde English Bulldogge. To achieve this, numerous genetic crosses have been utilized in meticulously and intentionally planned breeding procedures.
The classic, extinct Old English Bulldog—the athletic, nimble, bull-baiting breed of the 17th century—was the inspiration for this special breed in many ways. Olde English Bulldogges are a cross between the following breeds:
- ◦ English Bulldog, half
- ◦ Bullmastiff scale, one-sixth
- ◦ American Pit Bull Terrier, one-sixth
- ◦ American Bulldog, one-sixth
Olde English Bulldogges have a number of wonderful qualities. They are well-known for their excellent demeanor and have fewer health problems than other bulldog breeds of the same kind (defined by a shorter muzzle). Here are a few of their favorable qualities:
- ◦ They have a good temperament and are dependable, obedient, affectionate, and protective.
- ◦ They get along well with other animals and young children (when socialized and trained early).
- ◦ In contrast to other brachycephalics, they are athletic, strong, and less sensitive to extremes of both heat and cold.
- ◦ Their fur type and dander are hypoallergenic, meaning that most allergic people are not effected by them.
- ◦ They are able to be trained since they have a strong desire to do well throughout training exercises.
- ◦ OEBs have fewer of the negative bulldog features that are frequently inherited in comparison to other breeds for instance respiratory issues, lower body issues, climate sensitivity, difficulty during birth and breeding.
Miniature Australian Shepherd
Despite what their official name might imply, the Miniature Australian Shepherd is a US-born breed. In 1968, a woman named Doris Cordova took the initiative with a vet to reduce the size of the Australian Shepherd without sacrificing the qualities it already had. It is also alleged that she made some crosses with different breeds. The Miniature Australian Shepherd quickly became popular when the experiment was a success, drawing the interest of numerous other breeders.
A miniature Australian Shepherd is similar to the Miniature American Shepherd. Despite their small stature, Miniatures are true herders who make intelligent, self-driven, hardworking, adorably loyal, and vivacious companion dogs with a fondness for horses. Males range from 14 to 18 inches in height at the shoulder, while females stand between 13 and 17 inches tall. Despite their diminutive stature, Miniatures are every bit the herding dog: vibrant, adaptable, tenacious, and exceptionally intelligent. The striking coat is offered in red, black, blue merle, and red merle. Their eyes can be a wide range of colors, including bright blue, brown, and hazel that are mismatched or marbled.
The Australian Shepherd is one of the most intellectual dog breeds. They are smart and simple to train. Mini Aussies are wonderful family pets since they are very sociable and easy to get along with. Mini Aussies are also quite lively and require frequent walks. Here are a few distinctive features that make Miniature Australian Shepherd the best choice for your family:
- ◦ They make excellent exercise and workout companions.
- ◦ They are easy to train and obedient.
- ◦ They can adapt to any type of climate easily.
- ◦ They are extremely lovable and friendly dogs that make the best addition to your family.
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