The following is a comprehensive list of breeds the cbba registers.
Bulldog Breed/Terrier List:
- French Bulldog
- English Bulldog
- American Bulldog
- Bull Terrier
- Alapaha blue blood bulldog aka old plantation bulldog or otto bulldog
- American pitbull terrier aka apbt
- American Staffordshire terrier aka staffy or amstaff
- Staffordshire bull terrier aka ” the nanny dog”
- Olde English Bulldogge
- Olde Boston Bulldogge
- American Bully
Designer & Rare Breed List:
- Bugg (Boston X Pug)
- BullPei (Bulldog X Sharpei)
- Frenchton or Froston (French Bulldog X Boston)
- Frugg (French Bulldog X Pug)
- CataBull (Catahoula X American Bulldog)
- Valley Bulldog (English Bulldog X Boxer)
- Mammut Bull (long haired bulldogge)
- Bantam Bulldog
- Exotic Micro Bully
- MiniBull (English Bulldog X boston or frenchy or pug or mix thereof)
Note: as breeds are developed and recognized this list will be added to.
If you have a bull or molosser breed not on this list and would like to register it with the CBBA please contact us to discuss.
- If you are working on a new breed or breed in development and need a record keeping system of your dogs pedigrees, we can help document and preserve your line, contact us to learn more.
The CBBA Offers a foundation stock recording service for designer bull breeds.
The CBBA requires breeders who do “designers” to provide proper documented crosses, state their foundations and the lineages on both the sire and dam.
The CBBA requires photos of the parentage and of the offspring and will only register a breeders stock who have a dedicated providence towards a goal and purpose behind their breedings.
- If a breeder wishes to register a new breed they are creating, the CBBA requests a Written Standard; All foundation breeds must be recorded with the registry and pictures of dogs used.
- New breeds registered will be recorded within the CBBA conservation database and will be classified as the parent registry for the preservation of the breeds’ historical data, genetic development, origins, written standards, and the documentation of breeders & bloodlines involved.
- Purebred status is based on percentages & recorded generational stock.
- The CBBA does not share to outside registries, parties or breeders, it leaves all disclosure to the breeder to share their information of their dogs.
- The CBBA registry is a private database solely for the breeder.