Actually we have been finding more and more from people who have been contacting us, that they have been researching the Olde Boston Bulldogge and checked a lot of sites and don't seem to be confused about the breed, and they admire the breed and recognize that it is a dog that they would love to have. Most people really are not that inquisitive about the breed history but they just really love the looks, actions and personality of the breed.
Also from the tracker on our website, it does appear that a fairly decent number of people have come to our site through the IOEBA site and this OBB board.
Because of the nature of the bullie breeds and history, there will always be some unknowns as to history, etc. Just like everything else over time. We do the best we can. people see a dog that they admire and that is what they aspire to have.
There will always be people in various dog breeds who have a vision and a plan and if it is not within the parameters of a certain club or registry, then it certainly is a free country to join with other like minded people.
Mr. McCaughin despised what the AKC was doing to the Bostons and so he never belonged to it, but rather he had his own registry and marched to the beat of his own drum. I feel that he would have liked the IOEBA as its standards would have allowed him the flexibility he required with his dogs.
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