Things to Consider

When training a Bulldog, take into account that they are intelligent and usually eager to please, they are also free thinkers. That means they can be stubborn.

Understanding The Cost of Breeding
  • Hips and Pattella x Ray for OFA $300-$350
  • Cardiac Echo $300
  • Eye Testing $300
  • Genetic Testing $200-$300
  • Progesterone test $360-$600
  • Shipment of seamen $75
  • Artificial Insemination $120
  • Stud fee $1000-$2000
  • Ultra sound $150
  • C section $1000-$3000
  • Supplements and vitamins $100
  • Whelping supplies $500
  • Food cost after 5 weeks $200
  • Litter registration $50
  • Vaccinations $50 per pup
  • Worming $20 per pup
  • Vet check $50 per pup
  • Microchip $45 per pup
  • Miscellaneous $500 and up
  • Total cost can be $6000-$7000 or more
  • These are the costs whether she has only ONE pup or 6.
  • They have to be fed every 2 hours for the first 2 weeks

Bulldogs are expensive to raise and requires constant monitoring of the mother when she feeds the puppys. Bulldogs are lazy mothers and can potentially sit on their litter without realizing it.

To ensure the health of your puppy I do not allow visitors until after the puppys have had their shots, which is around 6-7 weeks of age. There has been a large number of reported cases of PARVO virus in Canada. Parvo is a highly contagious disease that can be carried from kennel to kennel or from parks, vet offices, pet stores even on shoes clothes and skin. It can wipe out a whole litter in a matter of days. So please no prior kennels before coming to my house.