Our Bulldogs are American Bulldogs.
ARBA BREED STANDARD
The American Bulldog originated as a catchdog (mostly cattle) and property protection dog, in America's
Southeast. He was not bred to put on threat displays or to look a certain way. But, he did need the right equipment to take
care of his real bulldog duties which were confrontational personal and property protection and as a catch dog. He needed
to be strong enough to put unruly bulls on the ground and athletic enough to catch hogs that were allowed to free range in
a semiwild state.
The American Bulldog should generate the impression of great strength, agility,
endurance and exhibit a wellknit, sturdy, compact frame with the absence of excessive bulk. Males are characteristically
larger, heavier boned and more masculine than the bitches. The AS is a white or white and patched (brindle or red) dog. When
patched he can range from the traditional pied markings of a patch over one or both eyes or ears, or a patch on the base of
the tail, to a large saddle patch and various other patches.
Males 23 to 27 inches at the withers and weigh from 75 to 120 Ibs. Females
21 to 25 inches at the withers, 60 to 90 Ibs. The weight should be proportional to size.