Frequently Asked Questions

Do You Offer Delivery & Shipping Options?

Yes! We offer a variety of shipping and delivery options based on individual location and needs, with safety as our #1 priority. This can include:

  • direct pick up or drop off

  • airline delivery

  • meeting “half-way”

 

When necessary we work with a trusted and experienced flight nanny who flies with your puppy in cabin and meets you at the airport for hand to hand pick up.

 

*NOTE: Delivery costs are determined after the individual method is agreed upon.

What Form of Payment Do You Accept?

We accept cash, credit cards, Paypal, and financing through Community Finance.

Do You Offer Financing Options?

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Yes! We understand that the addition of an English Bulldog is a significant financial investment. For adopters looking to reduce the initial cost of taking their bulldog home, we work with Community Finance LLC.  The process is simple, fast and risk free. Qualification takes only a few minutes.

  1. Simply click the financing button to apply.

  2. Contact us once you have secured financing.

  3. We can now begin the process of helping you find the perfect Bulldog Addition for you and your family.

Why Are English Bulldogs So Expensive?

Great Question! Here’s a brief sneak peek behind the scenes.

 

It would be great to think we pick the perfect male to match to our females and sit back and wait to wake up to fat little bundles of joy. But... that couldn’t be further from reality!

 

From start to finish, there are hours upon hours of work and lost sleep put into breeding your perfect puppy. Once the female has gone into her heat cycle, the Progesterone Testing with multiple veterinarian trips begins to determine the precise time to breed. Once she’s ready, she will be artificially inseminated, either surgically or vaginally, as traditional methods are not a safe, healthy, or responsible option for English Bulldogs. 30 days after the breeding, back to vet for a confirmation ultrasound.

Before the Big Day, an X-Ray is performed to help the veterinarian determine how many puppies to anticipate as he plans for a safe delivery for mom and puppies.  Around 63 days in the gestational period, the pups are usually ready to make their debut! C-Section time!

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Simply put, a traditional, vaginal birth is much too dangerous primarily because the puppies’ heads are too big to make it through the birth canal.  After the veterinarian gives the green light to head home with mom and babies, the real endeavor begins!

 

Puppies need to be fed every two hours around the clock. If their initial strength is lacking, puppies are bottle or tube fed to give them the needed boost. Mom is unable to be left to feed the puppies without supervision because it’s very possible for her to step on their fragile bodies or fall asleep on them causing suffocation.

 

About 3 weeks in, things get a bit easier as puppies are stronger and larger making mom more spatially aware of them and more confident in their care. At 6 weeks, the puppies are ready for their health checks, first round of vaccinations, and deworming by the veterinarian.

 

Finally at 8 weeks old, healthy puppies are ready to launch from our home and family to yours. Responsibly breeding English Bulldogs is not for the faint of heart but is a relentlessly passionate labor of love for us!