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bulldog rescue

Bulldog Recue and Rehoming is a registered charity based in West Sussex who have been taking care and finding new homes for bulldogs since the late 70's. Challands Farm work hand in hand with the care and attention that is needed while a new home is found.

What the Kennel Club say about the breed

One of Britain’s oldest indigenous breeds, the Bulldog is known as the National dog of Great Britain and is associated throughout the world with British determination and the legendary John Bull. The Bulldog was first classified as such in the 1630s, though there is earlier mention of similar types referred to as bandogs, a term reserved today for a type of fighting dog. Used originally for bull-baiting, the Bulldog also fought its way through the dog pits, but after 1835 it began to evolve into the shorter-faced, more squat version we know today. It entered the show ring in 1860 and the ensuing years saw a big personality change.

The pugilistic expression of this delightfully ugly dog belies his loving, affectionate nature to family and friends. He has a reputation for tenacity and is very courageous, strong and powerful. Although he is a little bit stubborn by nature, he is good-tempered with children, of whom he is also very protective. The impression he gives of being slow and sluggish is completely contradicted by the great bursts of speed that he can and does produce when the occasion demands. His mood can be dignified, humorous or comical, and he has many endearing ways.

For more indepth information on the breed please visit the bulldog rescue page by clicking here



Challands Farm Boarding Kennels,
Radley Road,
Halam, near Southwell,
Notts NG22 8AS.

  Tel 01159 652073
Mobile 07890 763319

Open all year round

Open Monday to Saturday 9-5pm, Sunday 9-12 noon.
Please book an appointment to take a look around, to make sure
 we are available to give you our personal attention!

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch for any reason please do not hesitate to contact us on 01159 652073 or you can e-mail at info@challandsfarmboardingkennels.com

At Challands Farm  your pet always comes first.

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