Welcome to the
AUSSIE BULLDOG CLUB OF AUSTRALIA
Where a group of breeders and enthusiasts are dedicated to the
The A.B.C.A (Aussie Bulldog Club of Australia) was formed in October 2007 by a group of breeders who have a solid direction in mind for the Aussie Bulldogs future and to ensure that all owners and breeders of the Aussie Bulldog be able to share and have their opinions heard at some level in regards to the future direction and development of this breed, and also to supply members with a democratly elected committee to run a registering data base to keep all records of breeding and memberships within our club.
The A.B.C.A will be here in years to come and will continue to grow in numbers to ensure the breed continues to improve in a unified direction, so that one day we will hopefully see the Aussie Bulldog as a recognized breed with the A.N.K.C.
The A.B.C.A welcomes all new Aussie Bulldog enthusiasts to our club so long as they are in agreeance with the A.B.C.A's constitution.
ABCA Breed Standard
Characteristics & Temperament:
A proud looking dog when viewed with expression. Great family companion enjoying affection from its owners. Should not show aggression towards people. Lay back easy going nature, while having good watch dog abilities. Very stable in nature with a predictable character. Enjoys playing in the water. Best to start obedience training and socialization at an early age. Aussie Bulldog lifespan if on a good diet and exercised regularly should live to 10 or more years.
Head, Skull & Eyes:
Head to be broad and square when viewed from all angles.1 to 3 folds of wrinkle across the nose. Skull measurements should equal height of dog. The Stop between the eyes should be deep and defined and the distance from the stop to the Occiput should be 2/3 to 1/3 of the muzzle. The occiput is the back of the head. Eyes to be set wide apart with a good width of Muzzle. Any shade of eye colour acceptable except light blue (white)
Nostrils to be open not small.
Top and bottom jaws to be broad. Canines set wide apart. Preferably no greater then 1/4 inch undershot.
Teeth should not be seen protruding from the mouth, rye mouths are a serious fault.