Old English Bulldogge 
 

Next Litter expected November 2019 Ready by Christmas!!

"About Pin Up Bullys!"

Keeping my dogs happy and healthy is extremely important to me. My dogs are part of the family and raised by my 17 yo daughter, my significant other, and I. My family handles every puppy each day and  gives each puppy all the attention it needs...and more!  If you decide to be a forever home for one of our pups, they will have super temperaments that are perfectly suited for a “family” dog. I am a picture-a-holic, which is good for you because you wont miss a moment of your future family members development.  We also have cats, so they will have an introduction to kitties as well! -Miss Mary

 

  • Puppy pad training and a healthy food plan is started. We provide a bag of their dog food for you to slowly integrate them to your chosen food plan.  We understand everyone has their preferences for food.

  • Puppies go to their forever homes at 8 weeks of age.

  • All puppies will have their initial vet visit, dew claws removed, tails docked and first set of shots, and Bi-Weekly De-wormer.

  • We offer a 1 year health guarantee for all Generational pups, the details of this guarantee are in the contract below. 

  • All puppies come with IOEBA registration papers, copy of family tree on mother and fathers side.

  • All puppies are sold as "Pet Only" unless otherwise set up in advance.

  • I can fly our puppies anywhere in cabin with me. 

  • If you are within Oregon/Washington/California we can deliver the puppy to your home personally or meet half way.

  • A deposit of $300.00 is due to reserve a puppy out of the litter. As the breeder I reserve 1st pick in case I choose to keep one for our breeding program. 

 

How do we ship your puppy and what is the cost?

I have no problem flying your puppy to you.  I will fly with the puppy personally and your pup is always in the cabin with me.  I know a lot of Kennels will use ground shipping companies or a flight nanny, however I feel like going into a very public place outside the pups home without any of his/her litter mates is traumatic enough, let alone handing them over to a stranger to expose them to such a huge world.  I prefer to fly with them so at least they have the smell and companionship of someone they have had caring for them their whole lives.  

I will be happy to meet you half way or drive your puppy to you if you are in surrounding states.  If I am driving them to you and not meeting half way I do ask for gas compensation.  

If you are picking up your puppy or we are bringing it to you the balance of your pup is due upon delivery. If you require a flight, the deposit and cost of flight must be paid as soon as possible so that I can get us the best price on our flight.  The remainder is due at the time of deliver via pay pal, certified check or cash.  I can not accept personal check .  If you have any questions about any shipping please don’t hesitate in call us about this 541-270-9595 any time.​

 

Do you offer any discounts?

In general, quality is not cheap; you get what you pay for. We have put lots of time into selecting the right dogs for our home and breeding program. There have been many pups that just didnt meet the quality breeding standard and are fixed and live a normal dog life!  Our program only uses top of the line breeding that includes Generational Blue Ribbon as well as "exotic" Blue Merle, Lilac & Seal. We understand that purchasing a pup from us is a big investment for your family; we appreciate your business and will not take it for granted. We want to make you happy in whatever way possible.

Many have said that freedom is not free. If not for those who proudly stand on the front line of battle in defense of our country, none of us would have it. Pinupbullys proudly gives Veterans, Active Duty, Guard, Reserve personnel a 10%  military discount on the price of the selected puppy.  The reason I fell in love with Bulldogges was my grandfather a Marine!  Their mascot pictures always depict a muscular Bulldogge and my grandfather even in his old age always reminded me of one of those Bulldogges!  

We also offer a 10% discount for pups that will be trained for service animals and repeat customers. 

Terminology:

  • Triple Carrier: denotes the dna of the dog, specifically a dog that carries at least one (d), one (b), & one (at), no matter what the color of the dog.

  • Generational Olde English Bulldogge: means that the dog is technically a pure bred Olde English. It has over 3 generations Olde English Bulldogge genetics - meaning there are no new breeds introduced immediately. Each parent and grandparent should be a recognized or registered OEB.

  • Colors: Olde English Bulldogge Rare Colors. Lilac, Blue, Blue Merle, BlueTri, Chocolate, Chocolate Tri, Black Tri are all considered to be rare bulldog colors and presently the highest priced Olde English Bulldogge puppies on the market.

  • Blue Ribbon: Simply means that three or more generations of its family line has been registered with I.O.E.B.A.  It by no means indicates that they are of better quality. 

 

About the Olde English Bulldogge:

In general, this breed is medium-sized, courageous, comes with a large head, and a strong powerful body. They have okay breathing, are athletic, and are of good health.

  • Males are free breeders, and females are free whelpers.

  • They do breathe better than English Bulldogs and are less sensitive to heat and cold.

  • They have good and stable temperament and enjoy if not sometimes demand praise. They are also very trustworthy and loyal companions, great with children and can even be a protector.

  • While they are extremely stubborn, they are still trainable my Ziva can sit, lay down, rollover, come to her name, ride a skateboard, sled in the snow, fetch sticks in the river, loves camping, loves car rides, loves hikes (longest on 7 miles for her so far).

  • The lifespan is between 10 and 14 years, which is much longer than the 8 to 10 years an English Bulldog is expected to live.

  • The size is something people should be aware of. As opposed to the 30 to 50, maybe 60 pounds an English Bulldog is normally, the Olde English Bulldogge is generally 18-20 inches high for males and 17-18 inches high for females. Females typically weigh between 40-70 pounds whereas males typically weigh between 65-85 pounds. (That said, they can get larger. 

  • These dogs are very happy. They are outgoing, but watchful. In the home, they can be protective.

  • F1- Foundation 1 means that a Modern English Bulldog was a parent or that the dogs records were lost
    F2- Foundation 2 is when at least  one F1 Dog is a parent [Example F1 x Generational = F2; F1 x F1= F2]
    F3- Foundation 3 is when two F2 dogs produce a litter or an F2 dog and a Generational produce a litter
    Generational - F3 dog bred to a generational dog will result in generational pups.

  • A generational dog is one that has 3 generations of the same breed of purebred dogs behind it on both the sire and dam’s sides.

  • All our puppies are registered through IOEBA, International Olde English Bulldogge Association.  

  • Common health problem in Olde English Bulldogges and any larger breed of dog is Hip Dysplacia. Here is an informational article that is quite comprehensive in explaining how to help your dog avoid getting it.  https://www.petcoach.co/article/hip-dysplasia-in-dogs-diagnosis-treatment-and-prevention/

 

Puppy Shot Guidelines: 

Your puppy pack comes with a detailed schedule of when your puppy is due its shots, however, here are the guidelines in case you loose your paperwork, or need the reference:  Shots are very important to the health of you puppy, please be sure to keep up on them. 

  • 6 – 8 weeks Distemper, measles, parainfluenzaBordetella

  • 10 – 12 weeks DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus)Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Bordetella, Lyme disease

  • 12 – 24 weeks Rabies

  • 14 – 16 weeks DHPPCoronavirus, Lyme disease, Leptospirosis

  • 12 – 16 months Rabies, DHPPCoronavirus, Leptotspirosis, Bordetella, Lyme disease

  • Every 1 – 2 years DHPPCoronavirus, Leptotspirosis, Bordetella, Lyme disease

  • Every 1 – 3 years Rabies (as required by law)

 

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