Our journey into the wonderful world of bulldogs began over 25 years
ago when we decided that the bulldog met our needs as a family. We wanted
a medium sized pet, sturdy, short coat, low maintenance and wonderful with
children. Little did we know that the purchase of “Madame” would begin an
adventure that continues to this day.

Let me introduce myself. I am Kay Gray, a speech pathologist by profession
and a true bulldog fanatic. I do most of the showing of our bulldogs and I
have been an AKC judge of bulldogs and junior showmanship for 15 years.

My husband of over 40 years, Bill, is the force behind Graybull. He does all
the driving to shows and all the extra things that are necessary to make us
successful at the sport of dogs. He and Artemis logged thousands of miles
while we campaigned him. Bill is also an AKC bulldog judge. He has the
honor of judging dogs at the upcoming 2014 BCA Nationals in
Denver, Colorado.

Our two children now have families of their own but our daughter Aimee
still tries to find a little time to help mom show the dogs. She had the honor
of winning best junior handler at the BCA Nationals several years ago.
She continues to have an excellent eye for a good bulldog.

We have been and continue to be very active in our local club, The Pacific
Coast Bulldog Club and the Bulldog Club of America, Division III. After
several years as president of PCBC I recently stepped down to let others
take over the leadership role. Bill and I have both been councilors in BCA.

Our philosophy continues to be simple- to breed and exhibit the best
bulldogs we can, incorporating good conformation and stressing good
health and sound temperament.