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Bulldog Breeder Homestead devotes our time to increasing the quality of health of puppies that we sell. Bulldog Breeder Homestead maintains strict guidelines pertaining to the procedures in the grooming of our one of a kind dogs. Our puppies will become companion animals for you and your family.  We believe that if the first concern is the puppies’ health, then the quality of life issues will fall into place. Good parents raise good puppies. Breeding females are selected for their qualities that promote the breed standards.   Males have to be near perfect to be allowed to pass his qualities on to offspring. We aim to breed for health, temperament, and conformation (quality) - breeding only the best of the best.

 

English Bulldogs: If you have found yourself on our page; then you are probably looking to buy an English bulldog. These bulldogs aren’t easy maintenance, so if you want to take care of him or her then you’ll need all the best English bulldog information that you can get.

The Standard English bulldog is usually medium sized, wide, solid canine with short legs. The whole body and head are immense with extra skin on the head, thus making the forehead falling in folds. The cheeks of the English bulldog extend to the sides of the eyes. Its mouth is wide and short with a broad jaw. The color of the nose is black like any other dogs, but the English bulldog’s nose have nostrils that are quite large. The eyes of the English bulldogs are usually dark and deep set, while the ears are adorably small, a bit thin, and located high on the head.

One of the apparent appearances of the English bulldog is its enormous, very broad, very square jaws with hanging upper lips that gives an impression of fierceness also a muscular build to them that may intimidate some people, but despite its brawny exterior they are very gentle and fun-loving.

English bulldogs are prone to breathing problems. Some have small windpipes as well as poor eyesight and are very at risk to heat stroke in warm weather or hot rooms and cars. Puppies are often delivered by caesarian section because of their broad heads.

Birth defects are common in some lines. They are also known for flatulence, especially when fed any other type of food other than their regular dog food. Their Height is about 12-16 inches (31-40 cm.) and weight for males is 53-55 pounds (24-25kg and females: 49-51 pounds (22-23kg.)

 

French Bulldogs: The French bulldog is a small sized dog with a muscular compact frame. It has a large head which is square in appearance, medium sized eyes which are round in shape, dark colored bat ears which are extended, a black nose, and teeth which meet in scissors bite. It has medium sized legs which are strong and muscular with medium sized feet. It has a short, smooth and fine coat.

The color of the coat can be white, brindle, fawn or a mixture of brindle and white. The French bulldog is an easy going and slightly comical breed. It is good with dogs as well as other pets. It is largely a companion breed which will keep people amused. The French bulldog loves to stay indoors so is well suited to an apartment life.

They are average shedders so the short and fine coat of the breed needs to be brushed once or twice a week to maintain a healthy looking coat. It should be bathed only when necessary or can also be rubbed occasionally with a damp towel. Its eyes and ears should be cleaned properly and nail needs to be trimmed regularly to avoid any injury.

It is a fairly active breed so a daily walk is enough to take care of the dog’s emotional and developmental needs. It is sensitive to very high or very low temperature so should be adequately protected. This dog has a tendency to gain weight quickly so overfeeding should be avoided.

They are prone to some health issues like Heart diseases, Eye problems, Spinal disorders, Respiratory diseases, Obesity etc. More than 80% French pups are delivered by C Section due to their large heads as well. Because of its snub nose it has difficulty to breathe in extreme temperatures and also tends to wheeze and snore. Due to acute respiratory problem French Bulldogs are banned by some airlines.

Yorkshire Terriers: The Yorkshire terrier has significant features of small size and tan and silky blue coat.  The breed has the nickname of yorkie and is on the Toy Terrier Group by kennel clubs.  It is a winning show dog and a popular dog for companionship.  

The coat of a Yorkie is glossy, fine, silky, and straight.  The coat is traditionally grown out long and is parted in the middle of the back.  The traditional coat color is steel blue to dark gray color from the back of the neck to the base of the tail.  The hair on the tail is a darker blue color.  The head, legs, and high chest have hair that is a bright rich tan with roots that are darker in the middle and shades that are a lighter tan at the tips. 

Yorkie puppies are not born with adult coats.  They are born with black and tan points that will transition into their adult coats over months or years.  It may take up to three years or even more to reach the final color of the adult yorkie.  Adult yorkies can be black and tan, blue and gold, blue and tan, or black and gold.

The maintenance of the coat of a yorkie is very easy if it is of the silky texture.  Daily brushing and a bath one time each month is acceptable.  Some owners will trim the hair so that it is shorter and easier to care for. 

One thing you need to know about a Yorkie puppy is its character.  The character of the Yorkie is described as having an important air.  Although the Yorkie is small, it is also active and very intelligent.  It loves attention and is considered bold.  It can be described as very hostile towards other dogs.  It growls and barks at other breeds in order to protect its owner.  They are very brave for their tiny size.  They are very loyal and affectionate pets.  They are known for being particularly cuddly and affectionate with their owners.  

A Teacup Yorkie generally only weighs about four to five pounds in total.  It is only six to eight inches at the shoulder.

The Standard English bulldog is usually medium sized, wide, solid canine with short legs. The whole body and head are immense with extra skin on the head, thus making the forehead falling in folds. The cheeks of the English bulldog extend to the sides of the eyes. Its mouth is wide and short with a broad jaw. The color of the nose is black like any other dogs, but the English bulldog’s nose have nostrils that are quite large. The eyes of the English bulldogs are usually dark and deep set, while the ears are adorably small, a bit thin, and located high on the head.

The French bulldog is a small sized dog with a muscular compact frame. It has a large head which is square in appearance, medium sized eyes which are round in shape, dark colored bat ears which are extended, a black nose, and teeth which meet in scissors bite. It has medium sized legs which are strong and muscular with medium sized feet. It has a short, smooth and fine coat.

The color of the coat can be white, brindle, fawn or a mixture of brindle and white. The French bulldog is an easy going and slightly comical breed. It is good with dogs as well as other pets. It is largely a companion breed which will keep people amused. The French bulldog loves to stay indoors so is well suited to an apartment life.


The Yorkshire terrier has significant features of small size and tan and silky blue coat.  The breed has the nickname of yorkie and is on the Toy Terrier Group by kennel clubs.  It is a winning show dog and a popular dog for companionship.  

The coat of a Yorkie is glossy, fine, silky, and straight.  The coat is traditionally grown out long and is parted in the middle of the back.  The traditional coat color is steel blue to dark gray color from the back of the neck to the base of the tail.  The hair on the tail is a darker blue color.  The head, legs, and high chest have hair that is a bright rich tan with roots that are darker in the middle and shades that are a lighter tan at the tips. 

YorkShire Terriers:

Often called toys with terrier qualities, Yorkshire Terriers are not your typical couch companion. They are clever, bold and independent animals with an energetic feistiness that makes itself known all around the house.

Easily trained, Yorkshire Terriers have a keen ability to remember multiple commands and adopt many obedience skills. They are top-notch competitors when it comes to sports and agility. This breed is also known for its independence. They need a certain amount of privacy to recharge, but also crave activity, involvement and attention.

No matter how many people or animals in the house, Yorkies will assert themselves, involving themselves in lots of hi-jinks that are mostly amusing and fun. This assertiveness usually comes across as self-confidence, not aggressiveness. They get along very well with other dogs and easily adapt to family life. Intensely protective, Yorkshire Terriers have a fearlessness and a relentless bark that make them great watchdogs.


French Bulldogs

The French Bulldog needs to be taken on a daily walk, where the dog is made to heel beside or behind the person holding the lead, as instinct tells a dog the leader leads the way, and that leader needs to be the human. Simply running around a large yard is not going to satisfy their migration instinct. Take care in hot weather. They love to run and play and can play for hours if you let them. Some have higher energy levels than others. 


English BullDogs


The English bulldog originated in the British Isles, descended from the ancient Asiatic mastiff. The dog was given the name "bull" because of its use in bull baiting and for their robust look of a little bull. They were aggressive, ferocious and courageous with the power to attack full grown bulls, which they did in arena combat before the practice was banned by law in the 19th century. The bulldogs would attack from the bottom up going underneath the bull and aiming for the neck, making it hard for the bull to fight back. Today's bulldog has a very different temperament from those of his ancestors, but still retains a strong determination.


bULLdOGS:

A Bulldog who understands it's *place* in the human pack, is nice to, and reliable with all people. This breed is good with family pets, but some can be combative with strange dogs if they do not see themselves as followers in their pack.  When Bulldogs are young, they are full of energy, but slow down as they get older. They snore very loudly, most have drool and slobber tendencies and are messy eaters. Bulldogs who display guarding, behaviors, such as guarding furniture, food, toys, or other spots in the house, or who are dog aggressive, do not have humans who are being the dogs pack leader. This behavior only happens when dogs are allowed to take over. These behaviors can be corrected when the owners start displaying the proper leadership. Dogs who feel they need to run the home are not as happy as dogs who know they are human followers, as it is very stressful for a dog to need to keep "his" humans in line.


eNGLISH bULL tERRIER:

The Bull Terrier or English Bull Terrier is a breed of dog in the terrier family. They are known for their large, egg-shaped head, small triangular eyes and their "jaunty gait." Their temperment has been described as generally fun-loving, active and clownish, but also erratic and unpredictable.

The Bull Terrier's most recognizable feature is its head, described as 'egg shaped' when viewed from the front, almost flat at the top, with a Roman muzzle sloping evenly down to the end of the nose with no stop. The unique triangle-shaped eyes are small, dark, and deep-set. The body is full and round, while the shoulders are robust and muscular and the tail is carried horizontally. Bull terriers are known to have more muscle than any other breed of dog pound-for-pound. It walks with a jaunty gait, and is popularly known as the 'gladiator of the canine race'.

There is no designated height or weight for the breed, but the average is, Height: 51-61 cm (20-24 inches), Weight: 20-38 kg (44-85 pounds) The Bull Terrier and the Miniature Bull Terrier are the only recognized breeds that have triangle-shaped eyes.


 


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Bulldog Breeder Homestead devotes our time to increasing the quality of health of puppies that we sell. Bulldog Breeder Homestead maintains strict guidelines pertaining to the procedures in the grooming of our one of a kind dogs. Our puppies will become companion animals for you and your family.  We believe that if the first concern is the puppies’ health, then the quality of life issues will fall into place. Good parents raise good puppies. Breeding females are selected for their qualities that promote the breed standards.   Males have to be near perfect to be allowed to pass his qualities on to offspring. We aim to breed for health, temperament, and conformation (quality) - breeding only the best of the best.

English Bulldogs: If you have found yourself on our page; then you are probably looking to buy an English bulldog. These bulldogs aren’t easy maintenance, so if you want to take care of him or her then you’ll need all the best English bulldog information that you can get.

The Standard English bulldog is usually medium sized, wide, solid canine with short legs. The whole body and head are immense with extra skin on the head, thus making the forehead falling in folds. The cheeks of the English bulldog extend to the sides of the eyes. Its mouth is wide and short with a broad jaw. The color of the nose is black like any other dogs, but the English bulldog’s nose have nostrils that are quite large. The eyes of the English bulldogs are usually dark and deep set, while the ears are adorably small, a bit thin, and located high on the head.

One of the apparent appearances of the English bulldog is its enormous, very broad, very square jaws with hanging upper lips that gives an impression of fierceness also a muscular build to them that may intimidate some people, but despite its brawny exterior they are very gentle and fun-loving.

English bulldogs are prone to breathing problems. Some have small windpipes as well as poor eyesight and are very at risk to heat stroke in warm weather or hot rooms and cars. Puppies are often delivered by caesarian section because of their broad heads.

Birth defects are common in some lines. They are also known for flatulence, especially when fed any other type of food other than their regular dog food. Their Height is about 12-16 inches (31-40 cm.) and weight for males is 53-55 pounds (24-25kg and females: 49-51 pounds (22-23kg.)

 

French Bulldogs: The French bulldog is a small sized dog with a muscular compact frame. It has a large head which is square in appearance, medium sized eyes which are round in shape, dark colored bat ears which are extended, a black nose, and teeth which meet in scissors bite. It has medium sized legs which are strong and muscular with medium sized feet. It has a short, smooth and fine coat.

The color of the coat can be white, brindle, fawn or a mixture of brindle and white. The French bulldog is an easy going and slightly comical breed. It is good with dogs as well as other pets. It is largely a companion breed which will keep people amused. The French bulldog loves to stay indoors so is well suited to an apartment life.

They are average shedders so the short and fine coat of the breed needs to be brushed once or twice a week to maintain a healthy looking coat. It should be bathed only when necessary or can also be rubbed occasionally with a damp towel. Its eyes and ears should be cleaned properly and nail needs to be trimmed regularly to avoid any injury.

It is a fairly active breed so a daily walk is enough to take care of the dog’s emotional and developmental needs. It is sensitive to very high or very low temperature so should be adequately protected. This dog has a tendency to gain weight quickly so overfeeding should be avoided.

They are prone to some health issues like Heart diseases, Eye problems, Spinal disorders, Respiratory diseases, Obesity etc. More than 80% French pups are delivered by C Section due to their large heads as well. Because of its snub nose it has difficulty to breathe in extreme temperatures and also tends to wheeze and snore. Due to acute respiratory problem French Bulldogs are banned by some airlines.

Yorkshire Terriers: The Yorkshire terrier has significant features of small size and tan and silky blue coat.  The breed has the nickname of yorkie and is on the Toy Terrier Group by kennel clubs.  It is a winning show dog and a popular dog for companionship.  

The coat of a Yorkie is glossy, fine, silky, and straight.  The coat is traditionally grown out long and is parted in the middle of the back.  The traditional coat color is steel blue to dark gray color from the back of the neck to the base of the tail.  The hair on the tail is a darker blue color.  The head, legs, and high chest have hair that is a bright rich tan with roots that are darker in the middle and shades that are a lighter tan at the tips. 

Yorkie puppies are not born with adult coats.  They are born with black and tan points that will transition into their adult coats over months or years.  It may take up to three years or even more to reach the final color of the adult yorkie.  Adult yorkies can be black and tan, blue and gold, blue and tan, or black and gold.

The maintenance of the coat of a yorkie is very easy if it is of the silky texture.  Daily brushing and a bath one time each month is acceptable.  Some owners will trim the hair so that it is shorter and easier to care for. 

One thing you need to know about a Yorkie puppy is its character.  The character of the Yorkie is described as having an important air.  Although the Yorkie is small, it is also active and very intelligent.  It loves attention and is considered bold.  It can be described as very hostile towards other dogs.  It growls and barks at other breeds in order to protect its owner.  They are very brave for their tiny size.  They are very loyal and affectionate pets.  They are known for being particularly cuddly and affectionate with their owners.  

A Teacup Yorkie generally only weighs about four to five pounds in total.  It is only six to eight inches at the shoulder.

The Standard English bulldog is usually medium sized, wide, solid canine with short legs. The whole body and head are immense with extra skin on the head, thus making the forehead falling in folds. The cheeks of the English bulldog extend to the sides of the eyes. Its mouth is wide and short with a broad jaw. The color of the nose is black like any other dogs, but the English bulldog’s nose have nostrils that are quite large. The eyes of the English bulldogs are usually dark and deep set, while the ears are adorably small, a bit thin, and located high on the head.

The French bulldog is a small sized dog with a muscular compact frame. It has a large head which is square in appearance, medium sized eyes which are round in shape, dark colored bat ears which are extended, a black nose, and teeth which meet in scissors bite. It has medium sized legs which are strong and muscular with medium sized feet. It has a short, smooth and fine coat.

The color of the coat can be white, brindle, fawn or a mixture of brindle and white. The French bulldog is an easy going and slightly comical breed. It is good with dogs as well as other pets. It is largely a companion breed which will keep people amused. The French bulldog loves to stay indoors so is well suited to an apartment life.


The Yorkshire terrier has significant features of small size and tan and silky blue coat.  The breed has the nickname of yorkie and is on the Toy Terrier Group by kennel clubs.  It is a winning show dog and a popular dog for companionship.  

The coat of a Yorkie is glossy, fine, silky, and straight.  The coat is traditionally grown out long and is parted in the middle of the back.  The traditional coat color is steel blue to dark gray color from the back of the neck to the base of the tail.  The hair on the tail is a darker blue color.  The head, legs, and high chest have hair that is a bright rich tan with roots that are darker in the middle and shades that are a lighter tan at the tips. 

YorkShire Terriers:

Often called toys with terrier qualities, Yorkshire Terriers are not your typical couch companion. They are clever, bold and independent animals with an energetic feistiness that makes itself known all around the house.

Easily trained, Yorkshire Terriers have a keen ability to remember multiple commands and adopt many obedience skills. They are top-notch competitors when it comes to sports and agility. This breed is also known for its independence. They need a certain amount of privacy to recharge, but also crave activity, involvement and attention.

No matter how many people or animals in the house, Yorkies will assert themselves, involving themselves in lots of hi-jinks that are mostly amusing and fun. This assertiveness usually comes across as self-confidence, not aggressiveness. They get along very well with other dogs and easily adapt to family life. Intensely protective, Yorkshire Terriers have a fearlessness and a relentless bark that make them great watchdogs.


French Bulldogs

The French Bulldog needs to be taken on a daily walk, where the dog is made to heel beside or behind the person holding the lead, as instinct tells a dog the leader leads the way, and that leader needs to be the human. Simply running around a large yard is not going to satisfy their migration instinct. Take care in hot weather. They love to run and play and can play for hours if you let them. Some have higher energy levels than others. 


English BullDogs


The English bulldog originated in the British Isles, descended from the ancient Asiatic mastiff. The dog was given the name "bull" because of its use in bull baiting and for their robust look of a little bull. They were aggressive, ferocious and courageous with the power to attack full grown bulls, which they did in arena combat before the practice was banned by law in the 19th century. The bulldogs would attack from the bottom up going underneath the bull and aiming for the neck, making it hard for the bull to fight back. Today's bulldog has a very different temperament from those of his ancestors, but still retains a strong determination.


bULLdOGS:

A Bulldog who understands it's *place* in the human pack, is nice to, and reliable with all people. This breed is good with family pets, but some can be combative with strange dogs if they do not see themselves as followers in their pack.  When Bulldogs are young, they are full of energy, but slow down as they get older. They snore very loudly, most have drool and slobber tendencies and are messy eaters. Bulldogs who display guarding, behaviors, such as guarding furniture, food, toys, or other spots in the house, or who are dog aggressive, do not have humans who are being the dogs pack leader. This behavior only happens when dogs are allowed to take over. These behaviors can be corrected when the owners start displaying the proper leadership. Dogs who feel they need to run the home are not as happy as dogs who know they are human followers, as it is very stressful for a dog to need to keep "his" humans in line.


eNGLISH bULL tERRIER:

The Bull Terrier or English Bull Terrier is a breed of dog in the terrier family. They are known for their large, egg-shaped head, small triangular eyes and their "jaunty gait." Their temperment has been described as generally fun-loving, active and clownish, but also erratic and unpredictable.

The Bull Terrier's most recognizable feature is its head, described as 'egg shaped' when viewed from the front, almost flat at the top, with a Roman muzzle sloping evenly down to the end of the nose with no stop. The unique triangle-shaped eyes are small, dark, and deep-set. The body is full and round, while the shoulders are robust and muscular and the tail is carried horizontally. Bull terriers are known to have more muscle than any other breed of dog pound-for-pound. It walks with a jaunty gait, and is popularly known as the 'gladiator of the canine race'.

There is no designated height or weight for the breed, but the average is, Height: 51-61 cm (20-24 inches), Weight: 20-38 kg (44-85 pounds) The Bull Terrier and the Miniature Bull Terrier are the only recognized breeds that have triangle-shaped eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

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