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44 Hanna Lane
Bristol, ME 04539

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Welcome to Wicked Good Bulldogges
(Olde English Bulldogges)
About Us
Wicked Good Bulldogges is located in a small coastal town of Bristol, Maine. We are a family owned kennel and take pride in our Olde English Bulldogges. We started breeding in 2008 and are focused on providing healthy, stable, capable and loyal bulldogges that are within the NBA (National Bulldogge Association) standards. My husband, children and I have dedicated much time, hard work,love and passion into the OEB breed. It is as much as a passion for us as it is a business. ​​
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Dog ​Life
Mental and physical exercise along with socialization are top priorities here at Wicked Good Bulldogges. Living on a good chunk of land in Maine definitely helps with exercising and keeping the bullies trim and fit. Mentally they are sound and stable and less likely to cause problems that can lead to bad habits if physically content. We like to challenge our Bullies with daily runs, pack play, obedience training, agility, and like I said a ton of socialization. We are at the horse barn daily and our Bullies take turns in coming along. This establishes healthy relationships with other dogs, children and of course horses. 
We bring our dogges to Canine Connection owned and run by Thom Lambert. Our dogs are trained inside and outside of class for at least the first year and half of their lives. 
All of our puppies are raised in our clean and loving home with us and therefor get the constant attention that they need and are worked with since day one. As the Oldies grow up, basic obedience as reinforced will turn into habit.
Our Olde English Bulldogges are a huge part of our family and a big part of who we are. Our lives revolve around them and the breed itself. 
Happy Bulldogges have Happy Owners!

All of our dogs and puppies are fed a natural high quality food. As of right now I am feeding Earthborn Holistic Meadow Feast. Puppies are sent to their new homes with a bag of food to get them started. Choosing a food for your dog should be a HUGE priority on your list. This can ensure a life time of health and less vet visits.
I also highly recommend Nupro Joint Support and/or The Missing Link Ultimate Hip & Joint. It's a great additive to their meals and helps support healthy immune system and joints. It's also good for, their coats, bones , nerves, muscles digestion allergies etc. We feed natural and organic treats and we do a little Raw too!
This book features the father of our Olde English Bulldogge CH.Anderson's Cool Suzie of Seguin Grandfather to our boy Anderson's Damon and Champion WickedGood Bulldogges Tundra and WickedGood's Dory. His name is NBA, GCH,NACK,Ch. Nunley's Cool Hand Luke CGC and is owned by Brandy Anderson of Anderson Bulldogges. We are very grateful to have these lines of Champions to build our breeding program with!
The Olde English Bulldogge is said to have originated in England between the times of 16th and 17th century. These were in the early ancestors to many of the Bull breeds that exist today including the AKC English Bulldog and American Bulldog. 
The Olde English Bulldogge was originally bred to take part in sports such as bull baiting. However in the 1830's there were laws passed in England prohibiting the blood sport of bull baiting, which in turn terminated the purpose of the Olde English Bulldogge. As a result of the prohibition, the population of the breed declined almost to the point of extinction within a decade. 

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It was at that time fanciers of the breed decided to recreate the breed,focusing on diminishing the aggressive temperament of the original Olde English Bulldogge. They crossed the remnants of the existing stock with other breeds over the years that followed, and developed the modern English Bulldog. Unfortunately though this modern recreated breed is plagued with many genetic health problems. 
The Olde English Bulldogge of today is a reconstruction of the original17th and 18th century bulldogge. To obtain this goal, carefully and thoughtfully planned breeding programs have used various dog breeds including English Bulldog, American Bulldog, APBT and the Mastiff selectively in various combinations to obtain the desired physical traits of the original Olde English Bulldogge. The result is an attractive, healthy, intelligent, 
and athletic bulldogge. Some of the registries that these dogs are recognized by are listed above.