Piney Grove's Olde Bulldogges

Dedicated breeding program for Olde English Bulldogges:

Family. Loyalty. Strength. Health. Temperament. Tradition. and......Puppies!

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In this blog, I will cover a wide range of topics, from Olde English Bulldogge history to tips for finding the right breed

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Deposit Policy for Piney Grove Kennels

Posted on November 2, 2016 at 8:50 PM

Deposits can be placed in the amount of $500 to reserve a pick on a current or upcoming litter.  Deposits are refundable if we cannot provide the customer with the puppy on which the deposit has been made.  (Refunds are processed once all pups from the litter have been placed and pay-offs received)  If a customer places a deposit, but withdraws from the adoption before the pups are 8 weeks of age, we will give the customer a "credit" at Piney Grove Kennels towards the purc...

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Development of the Breed Over Time

Posted on May 18, 2015 at 3:05 PM

This breed has "English" and "Bulldog" in the name, but is most definitely a different breed.  However, many of the people who contact me looking to adopt an OEB are more familiar with the English Bulldog breed.  They just know that they don't want the health problems that come with an EB and they want a dog that's going to live longer, or don't want to support breeding practice...

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Contract-Health Guarantee-Purchase Agreement

Posted on February 6, 2015 at 11:30 AM

Purchase Agreement & Health Guarantee


Piney Grove Kennels

Bobby and Mandy Matthews

67 Matthews Sims Road.

Comer, GA 30629




Date: _____________                   Payment Amount/Type _______________

Puppy’s Name:_______________________

DOB:__________________     &#...

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Temperament of a Piney Grove production

Posted on February 4, 2015 at 11:10 PM

Description of the ideal temperament of an Olde English Bulldogge copied from various OEB breed standards:

The ideal Olde English Bulldogge is a loyal, courageous dog of medium size with a large powerful head and stout muscular body.


Disposition should be outgoing and happy. While a watchful nature may be expected at home, human aggression without provocation is a disqualifying fault.

They are, ...
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Dear Possible/Current OEB Enthusiast,

Posted on July 26, 2014 at 1:45 AM

I want to help those interested in becoming involved with this breed to become informed breed enthusiasts. There are definitely some confusing aspects to this breed. Some may have questions such as: Why do different OEB's from different parts of the world look so different? Why do some registries claim to have the only true OEB's? Are they really just a "healthy English Bulldog"? What's the best registry for the OEB and what I want from my OEB? The best way to get all this info, quick...

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Piney Grove Kennel's "Mission Statement"

Posted on July 26, 2014 at 1:40 AM

Why adopt from Piney Grove?


We strive to offer an above standard adoption process. 

We offer lifetime rehoming support, so any pup or dog adopted from Piney Grove is insured of always having a home. If any animal we produce needs a home, it has one here at Piney Grove. But I very much try to screen my potential adopters and be completely honest with them about issues so that no one ever has to bring a dog back to me. So far no one has turned a pup back into me...

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Some Thoughts on Responsible Puppy Adoption

Posted on July 26, 2014 at 1:40 AM

This website is not only about "selling" puppies. (Quotations are in place around "selling" because I do not even like to apply this term to the process. It is an adoption. A lifetime commitment to a being that will have the mental acuity of a toddler child, with a lifespan of an average of 15 years. This is not the same as buying a TV on clearance.) I am always trying to add relevant information to this site. There are many issues concerning the Olde English Bulldogge breed and pet own...

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