Baggy Bulldogs

 

Baggy was the name of my very first English Bulldog. Ever since I was a little girl, I fell in love with the English Bulldog and in 1999 I finally adopted my first Bulldog. Baggy showed me how loving and beautiful Bulldogs really are.

Baggy Bulldogs

Baggy is slang for loose clothing, or as in the case of a bulldog, loose skin. From the moment I had Baggy in my Life, I knew that there would always be a Bulldog by my side for the rest of my Life.

Baggy

So in honour of my first Bulldog ♥ Baggy
I started Baggy Bulldogs

Read the story of Baggy here


To me, Baggy Bulldogs has become a way of Life.
Although I can’t describe the love I feel for this breed, I tried to in this blog:
What makes the Bulldog so Special?

When I was young I had the intention to start a kennel. What could be better than to have bulldog puppies around 24/7? But when I adopted and rescued my 1st Bulldog I saw the downside of breeding and saw how many Bulldogs were dumped at rescues or sold online. So I concluded that my energy and love for this breed was better expressed in rescuing them than breeding them.

So I now focus on rescuing and rehoming English Bulldogs in the Netherlands, organizing Bulldog Beach Walks and trying to educate people about the beautiful English Bulldog breed.

Baggy Bulldogs is now a Bulldog Rescue in the Netherlands and a Worldwide Community of Bulldog Lovers with over 100.000 fans and followers worldwide to come together and share the Bulldog Love ♥

About me, my name is Sabrina, I’m 36 and I live in the Hague, the Netherlands, with my four year old Bulldog Sugar

Sugar

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Me and Misses Bean

Baggy Bulldogs

Baggy Bulldogs is here
to share the Loves and Laughs
of the English Bulldog Breed

 

 

Related Blogs:
My Dogs
What makes the Bulldog so Special?

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4 thoughts on “Baggy Bulldogs

  1. I am so happy to find a bulldog blog! My husband and I are raising our second rescue bulldog and it’ll be nice to read up on tips from a pro like you. Thanks!

  2. Glad to find baggy bully’s, we are looking to either buy or rehome one or maybe two bully’s please could you give any advice? Thanks

  3. I lost my bully, Gino, over a year ago. He was the sweetest, goofiest, and most loving dog I’ve ever known. I miss him terribly. Eventually, I intend to get another bully, but via rescue this time. In the meantime, I will enjoy following your blog. Thanks so much for all the awesome pics and posts.

  4. BULLDOGS ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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