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When we breed we are looking for our next show puppy but most
we strive to improve the breed, conform to the breed standard
of even temperament, vigorous and free of health problems.
We suggest the following:
- Never buy a bulldog from a "pet store" as you don't know where
they came from and they can have many health problems
- Do your research and buy from a reputable breeder
BCA Breeder Referral
|THE RULES OF SEVENS ...|
TIPS ON PUPPY SOCIALIZATION
By the time a puppy is 7 weeks old it should have:
Been on 7 different surfaces, such as: carpet, concrete, wood, vinyl, grass, dirt, gravel, wood chips, newspaper, etc.
Played with 7 different types of objects, such as: big balls, small balls, soft fabric toys, fuzzy balls, squeaky toys, metal items, wooden items, paper/cardboard items, milk/soda jugs, metal items, sticks, hose pieces, etc.
Been in 7 different locations, including: front yard, backyard, basement, kitchen, car, garage, laundry room, bathroom, crate, kennel, etc.
Been exposed to 7 challenges, such as: climbed a box, climbed off a box, gone through a tunnel, climbed up steps, climbed down steps, climbed over obstacles, played hide and seek, gone in and out of a doorway with a step, etc.
Eaten from 7 different containers: metal, plastic, cardboard, paper, china, pie plate, frying pan, etc.
Eaten in 7 different locations: crate, yard, kitchen, basement, laundry room, bedroom, x-pen, etc.
Met and played with 7 new people, including children and the elderly, people of different races and colors ,someone walking with a cane or stick, someone in a wheelchair or walker.
IS A BULLDOG RIGHT FOR YOU?
THE BREED FOR YOU
Think carefully before purchasing a dog. This is a lifetime decision and dog ownership comes with a lot of responsibilities. Think about your lifestyle...how much time and energy will it take to train, groom and exercise your dog? Puppy buying should never be a spur-of-the-moment decision. A lot of thought, consideration and research should be done before a new puppy is brought into your home.
SELECTING A RESPONSIBLE BREEDER
A responsible breeder is the best source for a well-bred healthy dog. Buy your dog from a well-respected breeder who specializes in the breed you plan to purchase. NEVER purchase a dog from a "pet store". The breeder you choose should be someone with whom you can communicate and trust. They will be your Mentors and be there for you when ever you need help.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR
When visiting a breeder, ask to see their other dogs. This will give you an idea of what this cute little puppy will look like when grown. Look for well fed, happy, playful, outgoing dogs raised in a clean environment. Your puppy should appear healthy, active and alert. Do not select a puppy that seems ill or bad tempered.
HOW MUCH DOES A PUPPY COST?
This is not the time to hunt for a bargain. Your new puppy will be a member of your family for its lifetime. Make a wise investment in the quality and health of your dog and you will almost guarantee fewer veterinary bills in the long run.
A LIFETIME OF FUN AND COMMITMENT
A dog can bring a lifetime of joy and happiness to your home when care and thought are given to its needs. The time, energy and money invested will be returned many times over in the companionship, love and devotion your dog will give you.
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