Mighty Michigan Bulldogges is centrally located in Mid-Michigan. Our Olde English Bulldogge breeding program is set on 3+ acres in a peaceful country setting giving the dogges ample room to run, play, and exercise.
Our Property was Chosen with Our Dogges in Mind.
Three+ Acres for Our Dogges to Stomp & Tromp On.
Shady Paradise...Right Off Our Bedroom.
Looking for the Pot of Gold.
Over an Acre in the Side Yard.
A Place of Peace!
Supermoon & Lunar Eclipse 2015
Mature Trees for the perfect amount of shade.
Beautiful Fall Right in Our Own Backyard!
Missed Seeing the Deer on this Particular, Fall Morning.
Stunning Sunsets from Our Front Door.
Early Winter Sunrise.
Ice Storm 2013 Provided Incredible Beauty!
What Makes Us Want to do This?
We are a husband and wife team who fell in love with this breed after owning two Olde English Bulldogges ourselves. We were extremely impressed with the look, health, temperament, and athletic agility of this breed. As a result, this is what we used as the foundation for our breeding program. We were dedicated to building a program using reputable Olde English Bulldogge kennels with outstanding pedigrees. The foundation of our program is built on our love for this breed and the structure and physique of the dogge. What sets us apart from other breeders is the unique look of our dogges!
What’s Important to Us…
First, and foremost, the health and structure of each produced dogge is our number one priority. Our dogges are raised in our home and are very well socialized and loved. None of our dogges live in a kennel; they live within the household. This allows us the opportunity to begin potty training and crate training each puppy before it is delivered to their forever home. Another aspect we are proud of is the fact that we have never used a puppy transporter. We prefer to deliver the puppies ourselves. That way we know definitively that each puppy made it to their destination safely and we always look forward to meeting the puppy’s new “parents”.
All of our dogs and litters are registered through the IOEBA.