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    Sometimes breeders won't let you meet the pups if they are still very young and haven't yet had their first round of immunisations. This is fair enough but if they are saying you have to secure one and pay a deposit before you meet the pup or the parents or the breeders themselves for that matter you should skip over them. You need to see where they have been kept, talk to the breeders, view the parents etc...Perhaps the breeder isn't sure whether you are 100% serious? You could also try contacting Barney's breeder. She is in Victoria but knows other breeders around Australia and I'm certain she has mentioned a few in NSW in the past. They are Karazma Bulldogs if you want to Google them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBJunior View Post
    Sometimes breeders won't let you meet the pups if they are still very young and haven't yet had their first round of immunisations. This is fair enough but if they are saying you have to secure one and pay a deposit before you meet the pup or the parents or the breeders themselves for that matter you should skip over them. You need to see where they have been kept, talk to the breeders, view the parents etc...Perhaps the breeder isn't sure whether you are 100% serious? You could also try contacting Barney's breeder. She is in Victoria but knows other breeders around Australia and I'm certain she has mentioned a few in NSW in the past. They are Karazma Bulldogs if you want to Google them.
    Awesome thanks I will do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBJunior View Post
    Sometimes breeders won't let you meet the pups if they are still very young and haven't yet had their first round of immunisations. This is fair enough but if they are saying you have to secure one and pay a deposit before you meet the pup or the parents or the breeders themselves for that matter you should skip over them. You need to see where they have been kept, talk to the breeders, view the parents etc...Perhaps the breeder isn't sure whether you are 100% serious? You could also try contacting Barney's breeder. She is in Victoria but knows other breeders around Australia and I'm certain she has mentioned a few in NSW in the past. They are Karazma Bulldogs if you want to Google them.
    I also have a friend who was given a free labradoodle on the condition the kennels still use her for breeding through the year, have you heard of this being done before with Bulldogs? After four years my friend will keep the dog as hers.

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    NP. Would love to see a pic of the pup once you get one. : )

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    Oh no! I've never heard of this but it wouldn't work with a Bulldog. English Bulldogs cannot breed on their own. They usually need to be artificially inseminated and due to their large heads are born by Caesarean section rather than naturally. This largely accounts for their high cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBJunior View Post
    Oh no! I've never heard of this but it wouldn't work with a Bulldog. English Bulldogs cannot breed on their own. They usually need to be artificially inseminated and due to their large heads are born by Caesarean section rather than naturally. This largely accounts for their high cost.
    Yeah I thought that might be the case, would prefer to own our own anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBJunior View Post
    NP. Would love to see a pic of the pup once you get one. : )
    Will show you a pic for sure, I'm so excited.

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    Of course, it's like getting a new baby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    BAM! Always go here to find any breeders
    https://www.dogzonline.com.au/breeds...sh-bulldog.asp
    This is where we found our breeder. (Not a b bulldog though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    This is where we found our breeder. (Not a b bulldog though)
    Thankyou


 

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