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We are a small kennel located in the foothills of North Carolina. Our goal is to produce top working bulldogs that excel in the hunting field as catch dogs.
Most of our dogs have caught wild hogs in the woods . In our program we only own dogs that we believe have the ability to be top notch woods dogs or have already proven so. As Bulldogs and Catch Dogs we feel it is important that Our Dogs posses a very sound temperament, extreme drive, stamina, intelligence, and the look we feel a catch dog should have to perform its job successfully.
Our dogs have proven to be loyal, protective, courageous, and loving, especially with children. (Most of our dogs and all puppies have been raised by our own) We only own, work, feed, and occasionally breed dogs of such character.
We consider our dogs to be a true representation of what a real bulldog is supposed to be. Not only do we take pride in calling them real Bulldogs, but we also feel our dogs resemble much of the original bulldogs found in literature as early as the 15th century.
We like to think they represent them not only in function, (especially when it comes to catching wild boar) but also in type.
These days its becoming more and more difficult to find what we consider to be the "old type" bulldog. Most American Bulldogs today have been hybridized and as a result have been deviated from their original look and temperament. They are being utilized in ways that historically isn't what they were meant to be. We at Jam Up Bulldogs, still breed the "old type" bulldog and line breed on old "Standard" lines. On a historical level, our opinion is that our dogs still fit the mold that history has shown us on what a bulldog is supposed to be. There are Jam Up Bulldogs all across the country and abroad being utilized as all around working dogs. They serve as farm utility dogs, catch dogs for wild boar, and much more. Please feel free to browse our site and click on individual photos of our dogs to view their pedigree. Also for more up to date information feel free to "Like" our page on Facebook.
Dog Historian, magazine article and book author David Hancock had this to say about our bulldogs.Truly an honor.
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