Next litter will be ready for homes Dec 2020 (updated email COEBulldogges@gmail.com)
Our Olde English Bulldogges are registered with the International Olde English Bulldogge Association (IOEBA), American Bully Kennel Club, and the United Canine Association. We are an independent breeder, these puppies are not regisistable and are only pets. We use Embark to test Lucy and Buddy for a number of health issues, gentic inbreeding, and breed identification. All results are viewable on our site, we want to be as transparent as possible. Our goal is to produce the healthiest, genetically diverse, and attractive bulldogges.
We have only two dogs that we breed, that allows us to produce puppies that are more acclimated to live indoors, socialized, and healthy.
We are a reliable and trust worthy canine breeder. All of our puppies leave the home with up to date vaccinations and have a guaranteed health contract. With Colorado Olde English Bulldogge, you can meet our puppies on site and our deposits are protected through PayPal.
We love love love our puppies! They are so adorable and bring so much happiness into our lives. We give them one on one attention to get them used to being away from their litter mates and mother. The transition into your home makes it so much easier.
It makes a world of a difference in a puppies life if they are raised in the home vs outside or without daily human interaction. Dogs are used to daily noise and routine.
6-10 weeks: DHPP
11-14 weeks: DHPP, Leptospirosis, (Canine Influenza, Lyme Disease)
15-16 weeks: DHPP, Leptospirosis (Canine Influenza, Lyme Disease) start heartgard monthly, Rabies and then one year after (3 years), bortatella once a year
Bordetella- optional, if you board it may be necessary
Rabies is required by law, check with your local vet for age requirements. This vaccine is required to be administered by a Veterinarian.
Canine influenza and lyme disease vaccines are given depending on the lifestyle of the dog.
Puppies should be wormed every two weeks from 2 weeks of age until 12 weeks of age, and then every month until the puppy is 6 months of age when they can be treated as adults (wormed every 3 months or start Heartgard at 16 weeks)
These websites will give you more detail for the care of your new puppy. Vaccinations can be bought at your local Tractor and Supply, Murdock's, or Big R Stores. You can vaccinate your own puppy and save hundreds in vet bills.