Welcome to Rich River Bullies. Powerful, Intelligent & Healthy; these are just a few words that describe our idea of a quality dog.   Rich River Bullies mission is to create an athletic and healthy representation of the Olde English Bulldogge with focused drive, loyalty, and most of all courage.  We are working diligently to create an athletic, working and protection type Olde English Bulldogge.  The bulldogges we are creating are conformationally correct and healthy dogs that exude confidence.  They are the embodiment of strength.  Our ideal Olde English Bulldogge males should weigh 85 lbs with a height of 20 inches tall and our ideal Olde English Bulldogge females should weigh 70 lbs with a height of 18 inches tall.  Our Olde Bulldogges are show stoppers and head turners.  They are able to distinguish a friend from a threat as well as being loving and loyal dogs to their families.  The Rich River Olde English Bulldogge will be unlike any other dog you have ever seen.

Our passion and dedication is evident in the excellent specimens of the Olde English Bulldogges that we create.  By utilizing excellent and healthy specimens we will fulfill our goals and see through our vision that is so clear.  By sticking to our mission and vision we will be able to share the overwhelming pride that we feel about our dogs with others when they receive their first Olde English Bulldogge.  We are focused on always producing quality dogs that you will be proud to own.  With times changing as they are, some people have lost their own vision within the breeding community, at Rich River Bullies we live within our passion for the breed and hope to share it with those who are driven by the need to have an amazing Olde English Bulldogge.  We will continue to pursue excellence in the breed and Evolve…

Contact Alfredo about becoming a part of our Rich River Olde English Bulldogge family.

Our Oldes are registered with the IOEBA The World’s #1 Registry and Association for Olde English Bulldogges and All Bully Breeds. (ioeba.net)

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