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Banter Bulldogge – Dog Breed Guide

Breed summary

Size: Medium
Weight: 50 to 85 pounds or 26 to 37 kilograms
Height: 20 to 24 inches or 51 to 60 centimeters
Longevity: 13
Bark Tendency: Low
Aggression: Low
Compatibility to other pets: Medium

Adopt a Banter Bulldogge, Dog Breed Guide


The Banter Bulldogge is relatively a very young dog breed having bred only in the late 90’s. Credit for pioneering this breed goes to a Mr. Todd Tripp who is a native of Ohio State.

Official Name

Banter Bulldogge


Date – late 1990s
Country – United States
Family / Group

Recognized By

International Olde English Bulldogge Association
American Pet Registry, Inc.
Dog Registry of America, Inc.


The Banter Bulldogge is a very young dog breed with the initial breeding program starting only during the latter part of the 1990’s. These dogs were bred from crossing lineages of Boxes with several bull dog types of breeds. The purpose of doing this is re-create the lines of the ancient and now extinct Brabanter Bullenbeiser dogs which are the ancestors of the modern Boxer dog breed.


The Banter Bulldogge is being bred to display obedience and playfulness. They are dogs that should display gentleness and calmness when around their family and also towards children. They are being developed to be amiable and very affectionate. These dogs have Boxer lines in them and should be excellent as watchdogs. All in all, this is a young breed that is now currently being developed as a multi-purpose dog that can be hunting dogs, watchdogs, guard dogs and companion pets.

Bred For

The Banter Bulldogge breed is being bred to be a recreation of the extinct Brabanter Bullenbeiser dog breed. They are also being developed to be a multi-purpose dog that are talented in agility, hunting, obedience, watchdogs as well as weight pulling competitions.


The Banter Bulldogge will be good apartment pets provided their owners sufficiently satisfy their exercise needs.


The Banter Bulldogges are very easy to groom.


The Banter Bulldogge is a young breed that should be easy to train. They are also very obedient.


The Banter Bulldogge is very young and health problems are not yet documented.


The Banter Bulldogge requires to be taken on walks every day. They also need to have ample amounts of playtime to help satisfy their high energy needs.