Victorian Bulldogs are amazing dogs and have special travel requirements. Our dedicated travel team will work with both you and your puppy's breeder to schedule the best accommodations for your puppy's needs.
The Victorian Bulldog is a modern breed developed by crossbreeding the Bulldog and the Olde English Bulldogge. They were bred to be a healthier and lower maintenance version of the Bulldog. The Victorian Bulldog is medium in size and thick-boned with a muscular body, wide chest, and a large head that is proportionate in size. Their wide nostrils, broad muzzle, rose or button ears, and loose-hanging skin gives them the typical appearance of the Bulldog. Although they might look tough, they tend to have a gentle and friendly personality. With proper socialization, they often do well in a home with children and other pets. Even though the Victorian is a hybrid and has yet to be recognized by AKC, they’re often treated as a purebred and are recognized with ACA, ICA, and DRA registries.
Some say the Victorian Bulldog is the successful result of the efforts of an enthusiastic breeder Ken Mollett in 1980, In the 1980s, Mollett decided to start a line of bulldogs because the modern Bulldogs had become so unhealthy
Actual origin is unknown.