The Bulldog Club of America’s (“BCA”) BCA Bulldog Breeder Referral is offered to assist potential Bulldog puppy owners find a breeder and making contact with BCA members in good standing who agree to follow BCA’s Breeder Code of Ethics. The BCA Bulldog Breeder Referral program strongly recommends that all representations, promises, statements, warranties and guarantees made by either party be in writing and signed by both parties.
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Q&A at online publication "Breeding Business" with Annette Nobles, BCA Communications Chairperson:
Why English Bulldogs, and why would somebody breed them instead of just owning them?
My first experience with the English Bulldog (actually the correct term for American Kennel Club registered dogs is Bulldog) came after my daughter begged for a “wrinkled” puppy.
Not really wanting a dog that needed to stay in the house, I was opposed to this decision but her father thought differently. It took no longer than five minutes with that puppy to be addicted for life.
I cannot even begin to express the love you have for a Bulldog puppy. As with any breed, Bulldogs are truly an amazing addition to the “right” home. Bulldogs are popular, in part, because of their amiability to humans, to other dogs, and to cats. They love to be with their people and usually have a smile.
Although they need exercise, they only need a moderate amount – an amount that most homes today can easily give. Read More….
Disclaimer: The participants have provided all information produced by the Breeder Referral program about the member. Accordingly, the BCA does not accept any responsibility for the health, temperament or any other aspect of the dogs sold by the participants.