Frequently Ask Questions

Home raised Purebred English Bulldog Puppies for sale. Quality English Bulldog Puppies

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Are bulldogs good with children?

Yes! Bulldogs are not skittish around children, and are usually extremely patient with them. Due to a bulldogs large bulk, they are not as easily harmed by an inquisitive toddler, unlike smaller and thinner dogs. A bulldog's laid back personality also helps them to be pretty tolerant as well. We have found the British bulldog to be a perfect family pet for our home.

2

How are your dogs different from other breeders ?

I am told over and over again that my dogs are of higher quality than the other dogs that folks have seen. I greatly appreciate the kindness and compliments of others, but it has not been an easy task. After over a decade of establishing our line and type of dogs, the rewards are obvious.
Another of the most important qualities that i select for is the health of the dog. While bulldogs are known to have horrible health issues costing high vet bills, I have chosen to go against the grain of history and breed exclusively healthy bulldogs. The duration of my experience has paid off, and I am proud to practically not even have a slight issue in any of my or my customer’s dogs. I believe that a dog should be a blessing to your home, and not a curse. Having a dog that is overly hyper, out of control, and/or riddled with health issues that cost thousands of dollars at the vet and countless trips to and from is not a blessing! I wouldn’t want that for myself and won’t pass it off onto my customers. 

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Can you tell me more about your customer service ?

In my profession things MUST be done right. There may not be a second chance to do things and lifes could be lost.
Thus there are always two things that are on my mind:
1) Quality
2) Customer Satisfaction
As a result I can confidently say over the years that Bulldogs Nation continues to get better and better. Nothing thrills me more than to see this happening before my very eyes. I enjoy the great feeling of placing a puppy with a new family who’s full of excitement and to hearing the happy stories of families over the years getting back to me with the joys of owning a bulldog. Stories that literally come from all over the world and we continue to be your friend and provide full support for a life time.
It’s what I do and I love every minute of it!

4

Do bulldogs shed?

Bulldogs have a medium hair coat. It should be smooth and lay flat. Bulldogs are not heavy Shedders, but they do shed. Shedding is easily controlled by using a Deshedding tool such as a Furminator.

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Do Bulldogs Need Vitamins?

Bulldogs, like any living thing, will benefit from having vitamin and mineral supplements, especially since with dogs you typically don't change their food frequently. When any living thing intakes the same food on a consistent basis, deficiencies will develop, so a good multi-vitamin helps fill in the gaps in your bulldogs diet and health, just like a vitamin helps you and your children to get all you need. We recommend Nuvet Labs multivitamin. 

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Are Bulldogs supposed to be overweight?

Although bulldogs should be robust in their build, they should not be obese. Most bulldogs really love food and could easily eat you out of house and home. However, bulldogs are not a particularly active breed to counteract the large calorie intake. A responsible bulldog owner will need to monitor their bulldog's food and exercise to ensure they stay at a healthy weight.

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Why Do Bulldogs cost so much?

There are many elements to breeding dogs, from the cost of purchasing the dogs, to veterinarian fees for c-sections and Artificial Insemination, to stud fees and overnight shipping of semen, quality dog food and general cost of upkeep, and on and on... People who breed dogs are not rolling in the bucks, although there is some profit to be made, it is not without a lot of hard work and care giving. On average, if I were to 'pay' myself an hourly wage for the 8 weeks we have new puppies in our home, the pay rate would be $5.50 an hour for a job that demands 24 hours a day on call performance (assuming all goes perfectly). Bulldogs cost a lot to buy because they cost a lot and demand a lot to breed. An honest dog breeder is not in business because it is an easy job, but because they love the breed and the joy it brings the families that adopt the puppies.

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Don’t Bulldogs have skin issues?

A Bulldog meeting the Standard for the breed would have a coat that is “smooth and glossy” with soft skin, and its coat color would be “pure and brilliant.” Just like people, some dogs, purebred and mixed breeds, have allergies. Sometimes food is the culprit; other times, environmental issues play a role. Even with its wrinkled skin, the Bulldog will have a healthy coat if the owner pays attention and properly cares for the dog. Responsible breeding and responsible ownership are the keys to avoiding most of the health issues that are rumored as normal for the breed.

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Are Bulldogs good watchdogs?

Bullies are impressive looking dogs and although they are not known to be “barkers”, they make very good watchdogs, being quick off the mark when it comes to letting their owners know when strangers are about or when something they don’t like is going on in their environment. British Bulldogs do not need any training when it comes to protecting their families and property, because it is something that comes naturally to the breed.

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