Rocky Mountain Rawhide Olde English Bulldogges and Olde French Bulldogges

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Welcome Jenny Williams, the new owner of Rocky Mountain Rawhide Bulldogges

After breeding the absolute best bulldogges  —  of many types  —  for many decades, Terry Jester, founder of Rocky Mountain Rawhide Bulldogges has retired from the bulldogge breed. Creating the healthy, easily trained and free-whelping Olde English and Olde French bulldogges that Rocky Mountain Rawhide is so famous for was a labor of love. But Terry found the perfect person to take over that labor of love   —  Rocky Mountain Rawhide’s own, OFB “Gracie’s” guardian and now owner, Jenny Williams.

I want to give Terry a very special “thank you” for entrusting me to continue the Rocky Mountain Rawhide Bulldogges.  Before I found Terry I had been searching for a healthy unique bulldog.  As a dog trainer I was able to work with many puppies.  Then I worked with a client who had one of Terry’s puppies, I  new I would be going to her for my puppy.  After my first Rocky Mountain Rawhide Olde French Bulldogge, I was hooked and soon look to Terry as a wonderful mentor.  I was then able to be a guardian home with “Gracie”.  I vow to continue to provide the best all around Olde French Bulldogges.

Rocky Mountain Rawhide specialize in the healthiest, best-tempered family companions around. Our Olde French Bulldogges are ideal pets – loving and loyal friends for life. They also can be highly functioning Therapy Dogs and Service Dogs, assisting people in need.

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Your puppy from Rocky Mountain Rawhide is from the finest breeding stock and environment possible. Many years of research and four decades of experience have gone into creating the best possible family dog.

Our puppies are going to be more athletic than average. They will be able to move more fluidly, creating less wear and tear on their bodies as they age. This means fewer instances of painful arthritis and debilitating hip, elbow and shoulder problems.

Why is good conformation so important in a “family” dog?

Because good conformation leads to a longer lived, happier, more playful companion. And, that is what a good family dog is all about.

We truly want to offer only the best dogs possible.  We also want only the best homes for our puppies. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

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