They are half Boxer and half English Bulldog. Here is a website that has a description of them: www.dogbreedinfo.com/valleybulldog.htm
This is my second litter of them and I could not believe how many people want them. They are very hard to find in the US. Years ago people had owned that mix but didn't know what they had. I have Foundation #1 right now, and the offspring should be bred to a Foundation #2 to continue on to #3 to get an officiasl stock. There are so few around that I am going to breed my #1 to another EB, and it will still be Foundation #1, but in order for me to get to Foundation #2 I have to start some where. When I spoke to the IOEBA, Will said you can't go to English more than that in Foundations for Foundation #2. It will take a while to get there but I'll make it. I think in the US, there's maybe 2 breeders of Valleys.
They have characteristics of bothe the boxer and the English. They aren't as big as the boxer, not as short as the English but the breathing problems are NO MORE with the Valley's. They are a very good family pet, but protective. They are atheletic, but can be calm, they can be hard- headed but learn VERY fast. Anyone who has owned one before wants another one. Mine are registered CKC, and IOEBA, International Olde English Bulldogge Association. I will be registering this coming litter with the Hybred Association and WBA also.
I already have a deposit on a male, (not even here yet), and 6 more people on the waiting list.
They are free breeders after the Foundation #1, and free whelpers. They take care of their young all by themselves. Totally different from the EB.
Hope this has helped you. Any more questions feel free to ask.
These are pictures of 2 of my first litter. Thank you