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  The Valley Bulldog is an extremely rare breed.  The Valley Bulldog is thought to have originated in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada thus giving it the name "Valley Bulldog". 

 For the most part the development of the Valley Bulldog  can be traced back to the mid 1900's although it is entirely possible to have existed much longer,
research is still pending. 

Research has discovered that several of today's breeders are said to have produced 10 to 15 generations of pure Valley Bulldogs in their breeding programs.

Over the years type has been set and the Valley Bulldog is now a purebred in both form and type.  

The genetic origin and foundation of the Valley Bulldog was established on and incorporated the Bulldog and the Boxer.  These two breeds were used because of the Boxer's athletic ability and exceptional temperament and the Bulldog's courageous and unwavering spirit. 


The Valley Bulldog was developed as a durable, athletic, working utility dog that was used primarily for farm and ranch work. 

Valley Bulldogs were used to work cattle and other unruly livestock as well as protect and guard the farm or ranch and its occupants from natural predators.

All of these needs and others have lent to the development of this courageous and durable breed.  It should be remembered that the Valley Bulldog of today is truly a working breed.

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