We have a outstanding litter of 10 English bulldogs all lilac and tan
Mom is our girl poppy lilac and tan
Her mom is a blue old tyme English
Her dad is a lilac and tan British rubble
These pups are outstanding and will be ready in 3 weeks. They will be short and compact and be more British bulldog than old tyme
All pups will leave confident and ready to settle in to there forever homes
Will leave dwkc registered
Microchipped ( optional ) as they would be microchipped in my name and you would need to change to your own
Flied and wormed
These are pet priced
vaccinations optional we can get it done or you can see your own preffered vet
We have 8 boys
2 girls GIRLS SOLD
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