Here we have 3 stunning New English Bulldog males looking for their forever homes. £300 non refundable deposit to secure. Ready to leave 13th June. No expense spared raised within a family home around children and other dogs. Very well socialised. Mum Lucky is an Olde Tyme English Bulldog daughter of Beau and Geneticbullz Bruce. Father Koda (aka badhabits) is a Chocolate Tri Merle English Bulldog. With the best of bloodlines which includes Rarebullies, Chinabullz and Shrinkabullz. Both mother and father are our family pets. pups will come with DWKC papers, puppy pack, first vaccination, flea, wormed, microchipped and health checked. 1 choc tri £2300 1 black tri £2300 1 lilac merle £2300 (per priced) due to having an unbilical hernia which may/not need a small operation at around 6 months old. Hernia does not affect pup in anyway and will live a full life. Outstanding quality chunky pups with rope and plenty of role. Both mother and father have amazing temperaments and are fantastic examples of there breeds. Call or WhatsApp
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One of the most popular breeds, the English Bulldogs, also called British Bulldogs, are appealing canine companions to own. Their menacing looks are a direct opposite of their winsome personality, which adds more to their charm.