Australian Bulldog

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Australian Bulldog
Alternative names
Country of origin
Common nicknames
Aussie Bulldog
Classification and breed standards
Not recognized by any major kennel club
This breed of dog is extinct

The Australian Bulldog, also known as the Aussie Bulldog, is a developing dog breed from Australia. Selective breeding was begun in the 1990s by breeders who wished to create a dog with the look of a British Bulldog without that breed's inherent health problems. There were two independent breeding programs, one by Noel and Tina Green (the JAG line) and a separate program by Pip Nobes (the Nobes Australian Bulldog). These breeders have joined with others and are now coordinating their efforts under the auspices of the United Aussie Bulldog Association (formed in 2003).

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