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See Why Our Bulldogs Are

"Bullys For You"

  A note to the reader; "Bullys" is intentionally misspelled as our website; www.bullysforyou.com

  Our creed is a famous motto from our late President Theodore Roosevelt and his famous mantra, "Bully for you!"

A motto given up publicly when an individual did something, "Outstanding!"  

Our Pups are in every way, "Outstanding!!"  So,"Bully for you!" & Bullys for us!!!

Our Puppies Colors

    We offer a wide range of rare colors and what is known as the standard or the "typical" piebald coloring of the Old English Bulldog. Our Brindle markings (more an atypical Brindle, not commonly seen) comes with a serious twist.  Colors stemmed from the heritage and pedigrees of my dog's ancestral blood lines and will show instantly with our "Blue Ribbon" Dame, Carmella.  Allowing us a unique blending of color structure and their attached codes within our lines, and it's abstract perfection of the bulldog's breed.
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    The rare color inheritance in patterns of Olde English Bulldogges are determined at the genetic level, by the Geno-Types and Pheno-Types.  The "Geno=Gene", deals with what the dog will actually look like.  While the Pheno, deals with the physical structure of their bloodlines. 
    Consider this,  the "geno-type" is what is in the outside, and the pheno-type is what you see on the inside.  There are several genetic locations that genetically determines the dog's colors genetically.  At each of their genetic code's location, is a pair of genes.
   Bullisimo who is our producing stud, foundation shows Merle.  His DNA make-up from the U. C. Davis testing facility has documented a nexus of colors.  Most dominating by his father's Chocolate Tri-Color gene type and what I like to say is his most "tasty" inherent gene pattern.  These genes would have to be "ky" ( no dominate K)  Fawn points have the "dd" recessive.  Due to all "yj" recessive genes must occur in this combination.  A blue tri is a very rare color combination and much higher price because of the very slim chance they would occur. 
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  The Lilac is the most misunderstood class of Oles.  Lilac are nothing but a diluted chocolate.  A lilac tri must be "ky" ( non-brindle) "bb" (brown causes the black to be a brown or a chocolate color) "dd" (dilution gene to get the light color chocolate) and a dog that would have no black or gray hairs.  His nose would be chocolate and eyes a blue or a hazel.  The recessive genes in this combination are very unlikely, but occurred with success.  Producing a litter with our friend Ary, the proprietor of "One Of A Kind Bulldogs".  Produced an array of rare Tri-colors from his Lilac dame "Bun-Bun" or Bunny.  Where she delivered Chocolate Brindle, Chocolate and Brown Tri-Color, and a White Merle and some really great looking pups.  He actually complained  that he haven't enough pups to sell.  Yet, he kept the pick of our litter for his up and coming Sire and Stud for hire. 
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  Traditionally, colored bulldogs that do not have this genotype to produce these rare colors are considered safe and are typical.  As my girl who joins our family with her "Blue Ribbon" registry from One of a Kind Bulldogs and I call (Karma for short) our Carmella.  The boy below she calls "Big Poppy" is our Bullisimo the "Merle Anomaly".
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    The M locus is the home of the Merle allele.  Merle is dominate, and so denoted by the capital letter "M".  Non-merle is recessive, and denoted by the lower case "m". 

   Merle is an interesting coloring because all normal merles are heterogeneous (Mm).  A homozygous merle is actually a double merle or homozygous dominate.  The merle dilutes gene random sections of their coat to a color (usually grey in a black-pigmented dog) leaving patches of the original color remaining.  As our boy Diesel, and his mind blowing unique markings as a Brindle classification, that can only be classified as "gorgeous".

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   The patches can be any size on the piebald dog which are generally confined to the body and head.  But not our Cali (Calzini, socks in Italian) a proud Dame of our line.

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  Most breeders are scared by the white coat merles.  That are often affected by deafness because they carry the piebald gene, Sp, which is demonstrated by their predominated white coat and often blue eyes.  The piebald gene causes the absence of melanocytes, the cells that carries pigment.

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Grigio

    Dilutes are also not desired and scare of by the conservatively safe and timid Olde English breeders, but not myself.   Knowing the genetic codes I found during my research to breed this line of canines.  That is a common misconception, that dilute (or Lilac & Blues) are in some way sickly.  As is with most recessives genes.  The dilute allee only fault is in its ability to distribute melanin evenly along the hair shaft, or the uneven distribution of her color.  Our hundred pound at 8 month Grigia, (Gi-Gi) will strongly differ that "sickly"  comment and the opinion of those not informed of our proven facts.  Proof within another proud Dame, living the "costa nostra".  "Our thing" in Italian has been nothing but healthy. and nothing but great pets that our customers proudly keep sending me photographs of their pups for the full duration and healthy lives they charish.  That we proudly "showcase" on our Instagram page @gemsbullisimo

Learn more after our pedigrees

 
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COLORS

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SIZE

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DEMEANOR

 
 

"Characteristics of Colors"

Perspective on their Cost Differences :

  Recessive vs Dominate

     Traditionally colors vary and include; Brindle, Sable, and Red.  Brindle is a dominate color and Sable, or any "non-brindle" color is recessive.

    Black, blue, chocolate, and lilac combined with differing amount of whites and/or any brindling are all rare colors and the results of several combinations of recessive gene pairing.  Rare colored bullies are available, starting at $2500 and up with our note worthy "Blue Eyes."

    

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  Breeders who can produce these colors have a good understanding of color inheritance patterns and the application of genetic codes and principles.  That most breeders are only in it for additional income, not for the love of the breed.  JD's Bullys brags with a disdained presence, to breed rare and healthy bulldogs.  Understanding why others wouldn't strive for what I have and wouldn't even attempt such an endeavor without an anomaly of a Sire, and my Bullisimo.  .

 

  Guidelines About Selection of a Pup:

  Pick of the litter is offered as an option to all wanting JD's choice of his most outstanding pack leader pup.  I begin accepting pick of the litter with a deposit once pregnancy is confirmed.  This is my choice, you are more than welcome to pick as soon as the litter drops.  That I allow a 24 hour period to do so, our loose your pick and refunded your pick's deposits, of apply those funds to another pup.  Selected pups are held for the buyer until pick up or arrange shipping, or shipped at 8 weeks.  After 7 days all pups not chosen will go onto an open market, valued or on hold by a buyer's deposit and taken off and displayed as "sold".  The deposit is a non-refundable, unless?  The pup at their "wellness examination" has a fault.  You will be given notice and kept aware of the pick and awarded that pup as an "adoption" cost.  Or can be applied as a deposit on a another pup in the same litter or wait for another litter,  You are also allowed to switch your deposit, with a one time share invested for a pup that has no holds or deposit attached to.

Breeders reserve the right to choose pups for their breeding program before any first pick option, integrity for the true lines are a priority in my program.

 

 Carmella & Knuckles

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