Bulldog Breeders

Written by Courtney Salinas
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It’s not really clear when the regal Bulldog became an unofficial mascot of England, but the land and the breed have been come inextricably linked to one another. The breed’s jovial nature and engaging personality makes it a highly sought after companion pet. Because of their popularity, Bulldogs are often one of the more expensive breeds of dog.

Bulldogs are very playful throughout their lives and always keep their puppy mentality. They will often chew throughout their entire lives. They are very social animals that really just want to be with people and may become destructive when left alone. You should never leave your Bulldog outside alone, even if you have a fenced yard. The dog could not only be a danger to itself, but Bulldogs are often theft targets. The best place for a Bulldog when you’re away from home is in a crate, where it can be protected from itself and others.

Important Information About Bulldogs

Before anyone decides to adopt a Bulldog, there are a few things they need to know. Bulldogs can suffer many health setbacks. Like many other breeds, Bulldogs are at risk for hip dysplasia, but are also at risk for heart problems, allergies, dermatitis and demodetic mange. This can be a deterrent for many people looking for a Bulldog.

These setbacks shouldn’t necessarily be a deterrent, but a warning to carefully chose your breeder and your Bulldog. Lifetime health guarantees are standard for most responsible breeders, so don’t be afraid to ask about them. You should also have access to all medical records of the puppies as well as the mother and father. You should also ask if the parents have been tested and cleared of genetic diseases.

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