What is the lifespan of an old English Bulldog?
Is an old English Bulldog a good dog? Good Temperament: They are trustworthy, loyal, protective, and loving. Friendly: They do well with other animals and small kids (when socialized and trained early).
Are Old English bulldogs aggressive? Olde English Bulldogges are less aggressive than their now extinct namesakes – The Old English Bulldog – but this doesn’t mean they are a pushover! They are protective of their family and property and although they are not human or animal aggressive, they are often described as “Non-Aggressive But Prepared”.
Are Olde English Bulldogge healthier than English bulldogs? So What’s the Difference? Olde English Bulldogges are taller and less stocky than regular British Bulldogs, with more normal-sized heads and fewer wrinkles. They also tend to have longer noses, and so they’re less likely to suffer from brachycephaly or other respiratory ailments.