Standard - Olde Boston Bulldogge

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The perfect Olde Boston Bulldogge should be of small to medium height and size (not toy sized) with a round compact head and a solid, muscular and athletic body. The disposition should be outgoing, loyal, lively and intelligent.  The temperament is to be very stable and trustworthy.  Olde Boston Bulldogge are a healthy working dog without serious health problems.  Unlike their Boston Terrier cousins males should be free breeders and females should be free whelpers.  The Olde Boston Bulldogge should be devoid of all breathing problems.  Most importantly the Olde Boston Bulldogge is still a working Bulldog and as the Bulldogges of Olde, function should come before form. It is Cross with Boston Terrier and Original Olde English Bulldogs.

HEAD - Medium and high, slightly sunken between the eyes (medial furrow).
The circumference of the head should be equal to or greater than the dog's height at the shoulder. 

MUZZLE - Broad, deep and short.  The bite is even or slight under bite.

EYES - Wide apart and of moderate size.  Any color is acceptable.

NOSE - Wide and broad.  The nose should not be pushed up between the eyes. From the stop to the end of the nose must be at least an inch and a half. 
Fault - Completely pink nose (a small amount is acceptable).

NECK - Medium to short and very muscular.

CHEST - Ribs should be well sprung (rounded) and the chest wide and deep.

BACK - Short with a slight rise from the shoulders to the rump (level back is just as acceptable).

LEGS - Forelegs should be stout and wide apart, neither bowing out or turning in. 

FEET - Round and the pasterns should be strong. 

HEIGHT and WEIGHT - Males - 14 to 19 inches at the shoulder and weight 40 to 65 lbs.  Females - 14 to 18 inches at the shoulder and weight 30 to 60.

COLOR - Black, black and white, red, brindle, blue and fawn.  All colors can posses various amounts of white.  The coat should be short and smooth.

EARS - Short either naturally erect, drop or rose. 

TAIL - Set low, thick at the root, tapering to a point. Tail should not curl over back. No Docking of the tail, it helps the dog balance so he can move while working.

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