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Bruiser Bulldog Health and What That Means For You


Bruiser Bulldog Health and What That Means For You There is nothing like tooting your own horn right?  Some days it seems like our health “message” feels exactly like that; self-complimentary and aggressive.  We repost testimonials that tout the extraordinary health and experiences past adopters have had.  Most of the content on our YouTube, Instagram and Facebook is never too many steps away from a nice reminder that we are different in our approach to breeding. Part of this reasoning...

Working towards creating a bloodline that excels in health


Recently we agreed to partner with a trusted breeder within our network to use their stud, Hollywood (pictured below) in a series of 4 breedings. Hollywood is everything that I believe in and want in our bloodlines. From a phenotype standpoint, he breathes better than any bulldog I have been around which means he has a huge trach and no palate issues. His snout is extended slightly by about 1/2 inch which gives more room for his palate and reduces...

A Healthy Show Dog


This photo has been on my mind the last couple days. It’s a photo of one our offspring cleaning house at a ABKC (american bully kennel club) bulldog show. She took on 150 English bulldogs in the ring and won best of breed. What you all need to know is that this would have never happened in an AKC show ring. The ABKC has intentionally developed a bulldog breed standard that requires the dogs to have athletic and healthy features....

What is the most important ingredient for successful bulldog breeding?


What is the most important ingredient for successful bulldog breeding? Occasionally I am asked what the single most important factor in producing healthy, English Bulldog puppies is. My answer is always the same, the stud. Having a line of studs that consistently produces high quality Bulldog puppies is by far the highest priority in our breeding program.   Because the ratio of females to males in a breeding program is typically 3:1 or greater, the impact of each male within...