Smiths Unparalleled Bullies LLC breeder of Beabulls & Olde English Bulldogges
Smiths Unparalleled Bullies LLC breeder of Beabulls & Olde English Bulldogges 

Here’s helping you with a beabull and Olde English Bulldogge fact file to make that informed decision about buying yourself one!

What are Beabulls?

The beabull is a hybrid, a cross between a beagle and a bulldog.  So a beabull inherits both the smug assuredness typical of a bulldog, and the independent playfulness of a beagle.

Beabulls are ideal family dog, very loyal and caring!

Beabull Vital Stats:

Here’s helping you with an easy to remember beabull fact file!

  • Breed: Beabull is a cross between beagles and bulldog. It is not a purebred, and the combination can be 50/50, or more complex.
  • Lifespan: Beabulls have an average lifespan of about 10-13 years. Excellent care can prolong their life span.
  • Weight: Beabulls generally weigh about 40-70 pounds.
  • Height: The average height for beabull varies between 12-16 inches. Both the parent breeds are not very tall.
  • Appearance: Beabull puppies retain physical features of both their parent breeds, in varying proportions. Most beabull pups have bulldog wrinkles and under bite. Their ears are more like the beagles long droopy ones.  They have strong jaws and a beagle muzzle, with a strong lean body and a typical bulldog hips. They also retain small bulldog legs and a docked tail. Beabulls come in mixed colors and soft coat on the sides and slightly prickly coat on their backs.
  • Personality trait: Beabull are amazing pets, they are adorable and extremely loyal to their masters. They are not bothered by children and are extremely tolerant of even cranky kids. This makes them an extremely favorable family companion. Especially for a family with growing kids!
  • Temperament: Beabull pups are mild mannered but they retain the proud independence of beagles. They are very playful and can get hyper when in the mood. They love to indulge in sports and fetch games and often play bite. So, warn your kids when playing with beabull pups. But sometimes, their bulldog laziness can also dominate their moods.


Olde English Bulldogges



The Olde English Bulldogge is a muscular, medium sized dog of great strength, stability and athleticism. He is well balanced and proportioned, with no features exaggerated or standing out. He has the appearance of a dog capable of doing his original job, bull baiting. The OEB head is prominent and dramatic. The circumference of the head is at least equal to the dog’s height at the withers. The cheeks are large, well developed and display powerful jaw muscles. A slightly wrinkled forehead is acceptable. The skull is large but well-proportioned to the dog’s muscular body and prominent shoulders. There is a crease from the stop to the occiput. It has a narrow skull and domed forehead. The muzzle is square, wide and deep, with definite layback.



Olde English Bulldogges are docile, but capable and protective, fearless and athletic, fierce-looking, determined and courageous, bold and friendly around their family and friends, but fearless adversaries to anyone who threatens their masters or property. This breed likes to chew and should be supplied with plenty of toys and bones. Nylabones and rubber Kong toys are highly recommended. Rawhides, soft rubber and stuffed toys are unsafe, for they are easily shredded or swallowed whole. Olde English Bulldogges are so eager to please that they may overexert themselves in an effort to do whatever is asked of them. An owner who displays a natural authority toward the dog, socialization and obedience training  are important. It is best to channel high energy individuals to some type of work and exercise. The objective in training this dog is to achieve pack leader status. It is a natural instinct for a dog to have an order in its pack. When we humans live with dogs, we become their pack. The entire pack cooperates under a single leader. Lines are clearly defined and rules are set. Because a dog communicates his displeasure with growling and eventually biting, all other humans MUST be higher up in the order than the dog. The humans must be the ones making the decisions, not the dogs. That is the only way your relationship with your dog can be a complete success. This breed tends to drool and slobber.


Height and Weight

eight: Males 17 - 20 inches (43 - 51 cm) Females 16 - 19 inches (40 - 48 kg)
Weight: Males 60 - 80 pounds (27 - 36 kg) Females 50 - 70 pounds (22 - 31 kg)


Living Conditions
Olde English Bulldogges will adapt to almost any lifestyle. They should be protected from the extreme cold and heat, although they are not as susceptible as the AKC Bulldog.



This breed needs to be taken on a daily pack walk to satisfy its migration instinct. When properly conditioned they can be active dogs, however, they are equally happy with moderate exercise. They can stay in relatively good shape with good muscle tone with only light exercise. These dogs are naturally slow, and because of their unique structure, they should not be encouraged to jump or engage in strenuous exercise as young pups.


Life Expectancy

About 11 years or more.



Little is needed. This breed is an average shedder.



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