Old English Bulldog ... Olde English Bulldogge ... tom-AY-to ... tom-AH-to. What's the difference in the spelling you ask? Well, I'll tell you! :) These are both ways people use to spell the name of this breed, and, although the spelling "Olde English Bulldogge" is the technically correct spelling for the currently alive bull-breed, I use the terms interchangeably on the website simply because the people who are searching for information about the Olde English Bulldogge breed may use either spelling. Technically, the term "Old English Bulldog" references the now-extinct regency period bull-baiter of the 1800s and before. For more information about the history of the breed, visit the Wikipedia article
explaining the history of the Old English Bulldog breed. The term "Olde English Bulldogge" references the breed recreated in the 70s by David Leavitt. The Olde English Bulldogge breed is now registered by several different registries, including the UKC, IOEBA, UCA, ABBA, ARBA, and OEBKC.