I am Brian Miller, an Olde English Bulldogge Breeder. This is my story.
At a very early age I was introduced to an idea of bulldogs that EXCITED me - the giant bulldog in
the cartoons with a huge head, massive chest, low, wide, thick, and muscular body! At fifteen years old I
had met Mr. Jack, an over-sized English Bulldog stud. I spent hours playing and wrestling around with him.
He was a great bulldog, and while he was very similar to my giant cartoon bulldog dream, he was not quite
the icon of health or vigor I had hoped, but I was completely hooked. At this young age of fifteen years I
made the very clear decision that I would become the greatest bulldog breeder in the world. My parents
however, had other ideas, so my dream as a bulldog breeder was put on hold. Over the next decade and
a half I spent countless hours and days researching genetics, anatomy, physiology, biology and
microscopy, learning how to breed healthy versions of my beloved cartoon image bulldog. In my studies I
realized the English Bulldog is structurally limited in regards to health. I began looking at other bully breeds
in an attempt to find a healthy bulldog, and after several years I stumbled upon The Olde English
Bulldogge. I was sold on the sales pitch that the Olde English Bulldogge was healthy and capable. I
failed to closely read the health guarantees of the dogs I proceeded to purchase, spending many
thousands of dollars on Olde Bulldogge breeding stock full of health issues. It was obvious - the Olde
English Bulldogge breed also suffered from several of the same health issues which plague the English
Bulldog. It was an expensive lesson, but one well learned. I have searched tirelessly for Olde Bulldogges
that would put me within reach of my ultimate goal of a bigger, better bulldog. I quickly realized to get what
I wanted, I was going to have to create it myself.
As I stumbled upon a few exceptional dogs that would lay the foundation for a solid breeding program,
and began linebreeding my productions, Evolution Bulldogges was born!