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     Jim Young received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1968.  He served two years at MacDill AFB, Florida.  He moved his family to San Antonio in 1970 to practice small animal medicine and surgery and in 1973 established Marbach Road Animal Hospital. 
     The Youngs purchased their first bulldog, Manya, from Aubry and Ruby Foster.  Manya was from a litter Dr.Young delivered for the Fosters on Christmas Day, 1973. 
     With his wife, Diana, Jim has bred bulldogs under the kennel name Chaparra Bulldogs and bred French Bull Dogs under the kennel name Billet Doux French Bull Dogs.  Diana and Jim's Chaparra Bulldogs Kennel has produced eleven American Kennel Club Champions, one dog with a Companion Dog obedience title, a George M. Beckett Award Winner and a bulldog in the Bulldog Club of America Hall of Fame.  Their Billet Doux French Bull Dog Kennel has produced sixteen American Kennel Club Champions.
     Dr. Young has presented papers relating to the medical problems of bulldogs to dog clubs, including the Bulldog Club of America National Show weekend.  He has served as Vice-president of the Bulldog Club of America and Chairman of the Commitee to Reformat the Bulldog Standard. 
     Jim has done bulldog rescue in South Texas forty years and was the first National Coordinator of Bulldog Rescue for the Bulldog Club of America.