About Us

Proud U.S. Hose Manufacturer

BullDog Hose Company’s team in Angier, NC

BullDog Hose Company, a division of Puck Enterprises, is proud to be a leading fire and fluid delivery hose manufacturer in the United States and the preferred hose supplier for fire departments and other hose users across the country. The BullDog name stands for bold performance, durability, safety, and quality, with American-made products that are built to last.

American Made Tough

BullDog Hose Company is a legend in firefighting hose technology. With an unparalleled commitment to those that are in the municipal fire, agricultural, industrial, and military sectors, BullDog is at the forefront of fire and fluid delivery hose design and construction. From our earliest hose to Hi-Combat® II, Firepower® II, Hi-Vol®, and Ultima™, our dedication to constant research and development has positioned us as a premier innovator in U.S. hose products. BullDog is a quality manufacturer of firefighting hose and flexible pipeline systems.

History

In 2017, BullDog Hose Company completed an asset purchase from Angus Fire of its U.S. hose manufacturing plant, equipment, and product lines based in Angier, North Carolina. We are excited to continue the tradition of offering premium products, such as Hi-Combat II attack hose, Hi-Vol supply hose, and Armour Guard™ industrial hose to customers across the United States and North America.

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Memberships

BullDog Hose is a proud and active member of the following organizations:

 

JOIFF

Joint Oil Industry Fire Forum
www.joiff.com

JOIFF works to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding of emergency response personal and to improve standards of safety and of the working environment in which industry/ commerce operates. With the aim of ensuring that whether employed or contractual, personnel manage risk safely.

FFFC

Fire Fighting Foam Coalition
www.fffc.org

The Fire Fighting Foam Coalition (FFFC) is a not-for-profit trade association whose members are manufacturers, distributors and users of aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) fire fighting agents and their chemical components. The Coalition was formed to represent the fire fighting foam industry’s interests on all issues related to the environmental acceptability of AFFF agents.

FEMSA

The Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Services Association
www.femsa.org

As the leading trade association for the fire and emergency services industry, the Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Services Association (FEMSA) represents over 140 companies that provide products and services to millions of fire and EMS professionals throughout the world.

NFPA

National Fire Protection Association
www.nfpa.org

The mission of the international nonprofit NFPA, established in 1896, is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other hazards on the quality of life by providing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education.