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Age
10 Weeks
Birth Date
09-17-2022
Color
Black / White
Reference ID
8306

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The Victorian Bulldog is a stout dog weighing 55 to 75 pounds, it stands at a height of about 19 inches. An attempt to bring back the way the bulldog looked like in the Victorian era with a little incentive results in the development of this breed. This breed was also targeted towards getting a healthier breed of bulldogs since many bulldogs around are susceptible to complex health issues. Discover more about our Victorian Bulldog puppies for sale below!

The dog can be easily confused for the Olde Victorian Bulldog. However, the Victorian bulldog is different from the Old breed developed by Carlos wood. It is commonly bred in the United Kingdom. It is sometimes called the Mollett Victorian Bulldog.

The Victorian Bulldog began to spread far and wide after Ken Mollet who loved the bulldogs greatly, decided to create a healthier breed of the dogs. In 1980, his brother Derek Mollet along with Graham Woods joined him in his quest for the Victorian Bulldog. It took awhile for him to achieve the result he wanted and much later he was working on his breed alone. Ken Mollet used breeds recognized by the Kennel Clubs and Healthy dogs developed by prominent dog breeders.

He used Bullmastiffs, Staffords and Dogue de Bordeaux in his bid to accomplish this mission and used any source he could obtain the perfect idea of how the bulldogs looked like in Victorian times. In 1988, Ken formed the Victorian Bulldog society. Today, many dog breeds are similar to it. However, its distinct attributes still make it distinguishable.

The Victorian Bulldog is a lovable dog. It is very social and doesn’t pose any problem relating to other people and animals. However, improper upbringing can mar the dog’s good traits. It is important to bring up the dog appropriately through good training. The Victorian Bulldog is a protective dog. It is good to have around children. This breed is quite easy to train, it requires simple and straightforward instructions to build on. Given its high intelligence, the dog is sure to take on more advanced instructions with quality and engaging training sessions.

The Victorian Bulldog adapts easily into a moderate climate. It is unable to cope well in extreme regions of either hot or cold weather. It requires a small yard for movement, a large apartment will also suffice. It is not an energetic dog. However, it needs moderate exercise and mental stimulation every day.

On average, the dog requires about 3hrs of activities ranging from medium intensity to low-intensity activities and mentally tasking activities. This enables it to grow into a responsible dog. Exercise helps keep your dog balanced a d contributes immensely to a healthy appearance.

The Victorian Bulldog shed hair to a reasonable extent and will require brushing its coat a few times every week. Washing often can damage its coat and rinse off the natural oils that make it glow and look healthy. Don’t take away its shine!

Our Victorian Bulldog puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.

The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Victorian Bulldog puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.

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