Careful selection of a breeder will ensure you will find a Bulldog puppy that will be a healthy well-adjusted member of your family. Buying a puppy on impulse often leads to trouble down the road. Before buying a puppy (or an adult Bulldog), do your research on the breed to decide whether a Bulldog may be a good choice for you. The pages on this site provide valuable information and references to other articles.
Bulldogs cost more to buy than many other breeds. The cost is higher because they have smaller litters, the costs of breeding are higher, and it is harder to raise a litter than in other breeds. By the time the puppies have been weaned and are ready to go to a new home - usually between 8 weeks and 16 weeks old - you can be reasonably sure that the puppy will not have major, undetected health problems.