West Coast Bulldogs "Patience", our sable fawn female from our "Peppa X Bruce" 2019 pairing, consisting of many generations of Original UK champions of true to type working bulldogs.
Shes been raised in a very busy family environment, under going mental and physical challenges daily, ticking all the boxes as she progresses through each stage of puppy development.
Key points,Exceptional with children and all animals,Environmentally stable & social, Basic obedience trained,Would suit indoor / outdoor living,
Extreme Ball & food drive, Microchipped, vet check due 1/10/20,Health tested parents via embark,4 year health guarantee, ABR Registered.
We are 7 years into our current breeding programme, "Patience" being bred four generations down from our first Alapaha "Pebbles". "Patience" is the result of careful selective breedings over the years, resulting in a well rounded stable, functional, athletic healthy Bulldog.
Our doors are open for visits , viewings of the dogs can also be arranged via video call, we currently have 10 Alapaha on site , so more than enough to feast your eyes on.
We are NOT linked to the UK Registry IABBR, and we also ask that anyone linked to this said registry to NOT make contact regarding ANY of our dogs.
Our licence is currently on hold, but with permission were now able to offer several youngsters for sale so do feel free to enquire.
For anyone new to us, do feel free to check us out on Facebook & Instagram by searching West Coast Bulldogs.
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