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We have had a lifelong love of Bullie breeds and have owned many types. With the English Bulldogges came health and structural problems and they broke your heart because they cost a lot in vet bills and had relatively short life spans. Imagine our delight to finally acquire Buster Browne, an English Bulldogge we bought when he was six weeks old. He grew up to have a very unique personality and athletic ability which belied his tank-like bullie appearance. We crossed him with some of our Olde Boston Bulldogges and the results were amazing. They produced pups that were thicker boned and in general heavier than the Olde Boston Bulldogge, and had more of a bullie look and great natural athletic ability and beaufitul termperments. Buster Browne tragically lost his life in a kennel fight while being loaned out to stud at an associate's kennels. But his legacy lives on in his children and the many descendants he now has, who bear his unmistakeable stamp.
These dogs are not registered with the IOEBA like our Olde Boston Bulldogges are....but we have them registered in our private Good Time Kennels registry. We are working on getting the IOEBA registered.
The Bantam Bulldog is what the English Bulldog looked like back in the early 1800's when the bulldog that had been used for bull and bear baiting had been bred down in size to a small bulldog weighing between 20 and 40 pounds.
The perfect Bantam Bulldog should be of medium height with a square-looking head and a strong muscular body.The disposition should be friendly, brave, and loyal.
The temperament is to be steady and dependable.
Of prime importance is a healthy dog not having many of the health problems that plaque the modern English Bulldog.
Males should be free breeders and females should be free whelpers.
The Bantam Bulldog should not have the same breathing or activity limitations of the modern English Bulldog
SABER is 4 years old, intact male, IOEBA registered. He is not our breeding, we bought him through a friend who got him from a family who was going through a bitter divorce and they couldn't keep him. He is too large for our breeding program as he is about 70 lbs., but we will keep him until the right people come along. he would be good with someone who has no other dog, as he has a strong personality and whoever gets him should be familiar with bullie breeds and personality, and who will be strong as well as loving, with him. He loves car rides, walks, treats, dog biscuits, food, pizza, back scratches, etc.
He came with a folder of his records and photos of his parents, puppyhood pictures, etc. also a touching little love letter written by the little girl who obviously loved him. when he first came to us in May 2011 he was a bit lost and confused looking but he has adjusted. We feel badly for him and that is why we want him to go to someone who will love and understand him and give him lots of time. He is a sweetheart, He is not quarrelsome with other dogs but if he is challenged he will sometimes strike back. That is why we would like him to be the only dog in his new family. If you think you might be the right human(s) for Saber, contact us and tell us about yourself.
BENNIE was born June 1, 2011
Parents are PATRICK and EMMA
He has a lot of character and is bold and affectionate
BENNIE NOW SOLD
Bennie - photo taken in October
BOBBIE was born June 5, 2011
Parents are MAX x SHEBA
He is a thoughtful dog, a bit quieter than his pal Bennie, but he also knows how to have fun , but he also listens well.
Emma Dec. 2011
PHOTOS TAKEN MARCH 14 - The two females left available are not for sale but feel free to contact us for any current or future available pups.
Pups with their mom SHEBA -
FEMALE 1 - ("Patches") Not Available
FEMALE 2 "Miss Lixalot"- NOT AVAILABLE . We will be keeping her.
PUPPIES HAVING FUN!
Patrick & Marco May 2011
FEMALE 1 ("Lara") -- SOLD
FEMALE 2 ("Amelia" - SOLD
FEMALE 3 ("Bella") - SOLD
MALE 1 ("Boris")- SOLD
Patrick napping in his favourite chair.
IN THIS VIDEO AS YOU CAN SEE, EVEN THOUGH HE WAS BUILT LIKE A TANK, HE COULD REALLY MOVE! WE ONLY WISH THAT WE HAD ALSO TAKEN CLIPS OF HIM JUMPING HIGH IN THE AIR!
This video was taken in 2005 in the early spring which explains the lack of greenery.
Below - A video clip taken June 2010 with Shelley Browne and her pup Hector. Also her daughter Charlotte born in 2009
Rosie with her mother Shirley - April 2010