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This re-incarnation of the Olde English Bulldogge was developed by Kevin Larson of Larson Lakeview Kennels in Minnesota, U.S.A. from American Pit Bull Terriers and American Bulldogs, crossed with the English Bulldog, Bullterrier, Bullmastiff and the English Mastiff. The Larson Lakeview Bulldogge is larger than most Olde Bulldogge re-creations and is reportedly a very healthy and intelligent breed.

This muscular, wide-chested and agile Molosser makes an excellent working dog. The Larson Bulldogge is protective, territorial and reserved with strange people and dogs.

The coat is short and dense, always white in colour with brindle markings of every shade. Average height is around 23 inches.

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