First time Mama Makita is doing great!
Pictures of Bully will be loaded today! Visit our males page to see his father, Jarvis.
Atlas's price is $1300.
Captain's Price is $1300
Einstein's price is $1300.
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Shockley's price is $3800. Absolutely a firm price. Only available to the perfect approved home/family within a comfortable distance from Athens, GA. If the perfect home and situation doesn't present itself, he will be forever here at Piney Grove Road.
Puppies ready late May - June.
I want to take a space here to apologize that we do not have more professional pictures of Niko. We failed to get pictures of her before her breeding dates. This picture is a candid shot I took while she was nursing her pups on a pallet while I cleaned out her whelping box once the delivery was over. But, alas, I don't have a perfect standing, posed picture of her. She's a gorgeous and well-structured girl, just like her mom! :)
Chubbs is a compact, muscular, and super friendly, very playful male OEB. He's a little fire cracker, but so very polite and well mannered. Loving this boy and the temperaments and looks he produces in his offspring. Speaking of picture quality, the day this picture was taken, the lighting was a little too low. A solid black dog needs to be photographed in high light, so we also need to get better pics of Chubbs. Always feel free to schedule a home visit to come meet the dogs.
Bella's price is $2400.
Mr. Big's price is $1500.
Mr. Black's price is $1800
Max's price is $1500.
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Contact us if you have any questions. (706)988-2988.
My main concern is being able to place all of the pups in loving homes between the ages of 8-12 weeks old, and matching the right pup with the right home. I understand that budget is a consideration when purchasing a new puppy. If my current pups are out of your current budget, please let me know your budget, and I will be sure to contact you if I decide to drop the prices of our pups, or if we have a new puppy become available in your price range.
Feel free to call me any time. Just visit the "Contact Us" page for information.
Also, if you do not receive an answer when you give us a phone call, please leave an email instead of a voicemail. I much prefer to have email messages over voicemail messages.
If you are interested in adding an Olde English Bulldogge to your family, please don't hesitate to call me. My approach is not to be a saleswoman, but rather, an advocate for the breed. Even if you do not purchase a puppy from me, I am still available to give you an introduction to the breed, pros and cons, things to consider before adopting, what to look for in a breeder, and much more guidance. I have years of experience and am willing to share my knowledge. It can be tricky to find a reputable breeder on the internet, and the Olde English Bulldogge breed has many different registries and types that will fit different families. Visit the Contact page to find all the ways you can get in touch with me. If you call and don't get in touch with me, please send me an email, even if you leave a voicemail. I seem to be forever forgetting to check voicemail.
I’d like to mention something about the Olde English Bulldogge as a family pet. We all know Bulldogs are great looking dogs with impressive bone structure, head size, and muscle mass. I know the pups are too adorable, but there is one thing that is actually more important when you are choosing a pet….and that’s temperament. I’ve been raising my dogs for nearly a decade now, and I have to say that these dogs as a breed have been wonderful pets. They pick up on so much and are very in tune with their masters. I find that they can obey hand gesture commands easily, and it does not require a licensed training degree to accomplish this task, only a good basic knowledge about dog behavior and communication. They listen and obey spoken commands as well, again, commands that I have not formally had to try to teach them using treats and such. They just seem to listen well and respect their humans. And a respectful, well behaved dog goes an extremely long way in keeping a peaceful, well run home with pets in the mix. I'm a mother to twin boys, and I also care for 9 adult dogs, the puppies, the cat and the pigs. We have a full house, and if it weren't for the extraordinary temperament of these wonderful dogs things would not be nearly as idyllic or enjoyable as they are around my home. Now these things being said, we all know that puppies (or babies of any species for that matter! :) are a greater challenge than adults. But if you can stick with a routine and be a consistent puppy parent, then you have many wonderful years ahead of you with your new family member. I believe that the Olde English Bulldogges have it in their nature (from good breeding) to be loyal. If you look to the breed standard for the OEB, which is an important tool for good breeders, you will find that it says, “The ideal Olde English Bulldogge is a loyal, courageous dog…The temperament is very stable and trustworthy making them a loyal companion, capable protector and the ultimate family member.” I agree with the breed standard after my years of experience with this breed, and I do everything in my power as a breeder to consistently produce loyal, courageous, good looking and healthy dogs. The OEBs really uphold the title of the “ultimate family member.” J
Your heart will know when you've found the right one.
Mandy C. Matthews
Owner/Manager Piney Grove Kennels
PS - Remember, when you are choosing a puppy, to be sure the parents are to your liking. Extraordinary puppies come from great parents. If you are satisfied with the way the parents look, (and I've learned this from my own puppy purchases), then you most likely won't be disappointed in the way the puppy turns out. These dogs don't reach their full maturity until they are 2 to 2 1/2 years of age.
Here are some videos of my bulldogs and puppies for your enjoyment!
Lil' Brown the Bulldog and Petty the Cat Playing Chase...
This is a video of a pup we called "Big Boy" while he was here at PGK. (He is the one with more brown, less white) He is a son to my Piney Grove's Memphis Girl. He was adopted by Chris in Atlanta. Here, he is shown at 1 year of age, playing with an adult English Bulldog. Our males are not fully mature and finished growing until 2 1/2 to 3 years of age, and you can see here how he already shows superiority of agility and athleticism to the English Bulldog.
The September 2013 litter: Newborn...
Piney Grove Kennels Puppies Playing...
This is a video of my ol' Great-Grandmother dog, Georgia, playing with Tyra and the puppies. Georgia lost her eye years ago due to a stick scratching her cornea. Just so ya know.