International Olde English Bulldogge Association (IOEBA) Registered Kennel.
All of our OEB's carry full registration and rights with the IOEBA.
We are a very small family breeder, located in Walterboro, South Carolina, a town affectionately known as "The Front Porch of the Low Country".
We are about an hour from Charleston, SC.
After breeding and competing Labrador Retrievers and English Setters for 10 years, we desired a more laid-back dog for our family. Being a graduate of The Citadel, the only solution was to get the official mascot of my alma mater for our next pet! After researching and learning about the various bulldogge breeds, we decided the Olde English Bulldogge fit our needs and lifestyle perfectly. We got our first OEB and gradually kept adding exceptional dogs from larger, reputable breeders.
We breed to produce great family pets!
We are committed to breeding healthy, quality Bulldogges with balanced and family-friendly temperaments. Our dogs make loving and loyal companions! All of our dogs have been raised with our five children and are members of our family. Our dogs ride four-wheelers, golf carts, swim in the pond, love boat rides and farm life! However, they really enjoy being lazy and taking great naps, too! Ultimately, this is the beauty of this breed: they are equally suited for both an active or more laid-back lifestyle!
Our Kennel Name
"Long Gray Line" is a phrase used to describe the alumni of The Citadel, the military college of South Carolina. However, our kennel is NOT affiliated with The Citadel or any of its mascots. The kennel name simply pays tribute to my Alma Mater. In addition, all of our Bulldogges are affectionately named with terms that reflect aspects of the military and SC Corps of Cadets..
- Steven Baker,
The Citadel Class of 2000