Blue Lilac Choclate Charcaol Old Tym

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Breed: Old Tyme Bulldog
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 3 months 12 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: No
KC Registered: No
Published on: 06 December 2019
Modified on: 06 December 2019
Location: Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire

Advert Details

New England Bull Breed Registry
I have 3 boys available
1 blue and white
1 lilac white and Choclate
1 charcoal
Mam and Dad are tri couloirs can both be seen pups are ready for there forever home 7 December
Please do not hesitate phone for more questions
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Old Tyme Bulldog Breed Information

Old Tyme Bulldog Related Articles

Old Tyme Bulldog vs. American Bulldog
Old Tyme Bulldog vs. American Bulldog
Old Tyme Bulldog vs. American Bulldog

19th Jan 2020

Reading Time: 3 minutes

There about fourteen bulldog breeds. These bulldogs are divided into two categories, the traditional bulldogs which are the ancestors of the modern bulldogs we have today. We will be comparing two bulldog breeds in this article—the Old Tyme Bulldog and the American Bulldog

Do Old Tyme Bulldogs Make Good Family Pets?
Do Old Tyme Bulldogs Make Good Family Pets?
Do Old Tyme Bulldogs Make Good Family Pets?

2nd Feb 2019

Reading Time: 4 minutes

At first glance, the old tyme bulldog may project an overall ‘grumpy’ appearance. Having a thick and broad body build, these bulldogs look formidably powerful. In fact, physical similarities between this breed and their cousins, the English bulldogs, are evident.

Old Tyme Bulldogs Caring Guide
Old Tyme Bulldogs Caring Guide
Old Tyme Bulldogs Caring Guide

7th Nov 2018

Reading Time: 4 minutes

One of the most popular breeds in the UK, the Old Tyme bulldog is a recreation of the original bulldog from centuries ago. How does the Old Tyme bulldog differ from the original bulldog? The bulldog that we see nowadays is quite a different sight from the original bulldog centuries ago.

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