ALL ABOUT US
Nestled in the heart of the Canadian prairies, we are a small family kennel breeding the Olde English Bulldog. Our goal is to create lovable, well-adjusted family dogs that look gorgeous.
We believe your dog should be your best friend, your protector, and should also stop traffic with its colorful good looks!
We take breeding seriously. We plan months (and sometimes years) in advance. We raise our pups in our home and work with a high quality veterinary team to ensure the best outcomes possible.
Our vision of the perfect bully is always evolving. Take a look around and see what we’ve been up to!
When we got our first Bulldog, it seemed more like adding a person to the family than getting a pet dog. Never before had we encountered an animal so quirky, so affectionate, so absolutely stubborn, and so chock full of personality! In no time, the breed had made a permanent impression on our hearts.
We made the decision to share this amazing breed with more families by breeding a few litters in our home each year. Time has flown by.
It’s hard work raising bullies, but there is nothing more rewarding than watching our produced babies light up the lives of their families locally, across Canada, and even in the US.
WHAT DOG BREEDING MEANS TO US
Experience, Best Practices and Lifelong Learning
Breeding quality pets is about more than putting two nice-looking dogs together.
Temperament, health, conformation, function, and genetics are just a few of the considerations behind each and every planned breeding. We work closely with a reproductive specialist veterinarian who is herself an experienced breeder.
We never breed animals with chronic health problems. We take our dogs' security, cleanliness, and quality of life very seriously. They are family pets first, and breeding dogs second.
More "couch" than "kennel"!
We tend to stay in touch with our puppy families! Not only do we love to watch our babies grow up, it provides useful data on health and temperament outcomes for the dogs we've created.
We take pride in what we do, but we know we aren't perfect. That's why we are always improving our process and staying on top of developments in science, health, and rearing practices.