How Long Do Old English Bulldogs Live?


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lisa kersey answered
On average 8-12 years.  Usually it isn't old age that takes their lives but respiratory and skin infections or in some cases without proper vet care and proper nutrition, bowel obstructions.  But for the most part its respiratory infections caused byt he way their nose and face is shaped.
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Anonymous answered

8-12 years also depends on their weight, diet etc

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Anonymous answered
8 to 10 years
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Will Martin answered
The Olde English Bulldogge is a modern breed, established since the 1970s, though it has much in common with the original old English bulldog. There is also the Leavitt Bulldog, bred by David Leavitt and associates, which they claim is closer to the original bulldog than the Bulldogge is. The Leavitt Bulldog should have a lifespan of at least 11 years, but of course most pedigree dogs are subject to health problems.

There is an encyclopedia entry giving a brief overview of the history of these breeds. At the bottom of the page you can find links to several bulldog and Bulldogge associations, which could tell you more about the different breeds.

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