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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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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